11 Theatrical Release Dates And Trailers

It’s still summer, which means the blockbusters are not done making their seasonal debuts just yet. In August 2017, moviegoers can expect to see dozens of titles hit theaters. From creepy thrillers to family-friendly animated films, here are the release dates and trailers for all the movies coming out this month.

Aug. 4

“Detroit”- R

Will Poulter as Krauss in a scene from “Detroit.” Photo: 20th Century Fox

Directed by Academy Award-winner Kathryn Bigelow, “Detroit” follows a group of young African American men as they fight for their lives against the Michigan National Guard during the Detroit Rebellion. John Boyega of “Star Wars” fame, Will Poulter and John Krasinski are in the cast. Check out the trailer above.

“The Dark Tower”- PG-13

The film based off Stephen King’s hit novel is finally coming to life. The action-adventure title follows Idris Elba as the Last Gunslinger as he fights against the evil that is the Man in Black, played by Matthew McConaughey, to keep the Dark Tower, which holds the universe in place, from falling.

“Wind River”- R

When a hunter (Jeremy Renner) discovers a murder on a Native American reservation he brings in an FBI agent (Elizabeth Olsen) to investigate. When they two start to dig, however, things get messy, especially when the tracker suspects more than one murderer is on the loose.

READ: The Best Horror Movies In Theaters This Summer

Aug. 11

“Annabelle: Creation” – R

After the death of their daughter, a couple welcomes orphaned children to live with them. Their guests soon find out they’re welcomed by a third residentt: the couple’s doll Annabelle, who is inhabited by an evil spirit. The film is a prequel to 2014’s “Annabelle.”

“The Glass Castle”- PG-13

This title will sound familiar to book fans. Jeannette Walls’s best-selling memoir of the same name comes to life in this film. Brie Larson plays the lead as a girl who finds herself at odds after being raised by a dysfunctional, poor, non-conforming parents. Naomi Watts and Woody Harrelson also star.

“The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature”- PG

When the Mayor announces their home at the park will be destroyed to make way for an Amusement Park, Surly (Will Arnett) and his animal friends work together to stop the build.

“Ingrid Goes West”- R

A social media obsessed woman, played by Aubrey Plaza, takes her love for internet influencers too far and flees to Los Angeles to try to infiltrate the life of a Instagram-famous woman,…

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