Two best friends hit puberty and try to survive their changing bodies and school life in the new Netflix adult animated comedy from Nick Kroll and John Mulaney, Big Mouth.
After her husband has a heart attack while they are trying to spice up their love life with some handcuffs in a remote cabin, Jessie Burlingame (Carla Gugino) is left with both arms trapped and no one around to help in Netflix’s adaptation of the Stephen King story Gerald’s Game.
The Magic School Bus is back for another round of educational adventures with Kate McKinnon behind the wheel as the new Ms. Frizzle, the sister of the OG Ms. Frizzle, voiced by Lily Tomlin.
Summer is over for 2017 but September still has some potentially big and hopefully fun blockbusters like Kingsman: The Golden Circle, IT, Lego Ninjago and more.
Adam Scott plays a man who starts to realize his new stepson might be the Antichrist in the upcoming Netflix horror/comedy Little Evil, directed by Tucker and Dale vs Evil director Eli Craig.
SyFy’s disturbing and creepy Creepypasta series Channel Zero is back in September for it’s next season, adapting No-End House by Brian Russell.
Neil Gamby (Danny McBride) returns to North Jackson High and sets out to find and get revenge on the mysterious assassin who shot him in the second, and final, season of HBO’s incredible comedy series Vice Principals.
Jennifer Lawrence’s peaceful life married to Javier Bardem is interrupted by mysterious guests who show up without warning at their home in the country in Darren Aronofsky’s upcoming horror/drama, Mother!
Dominic Cooper is a special ops operative working for the UK’s SBS who has to track down a terrorist looking to attack London in the upcoming action thriller Stratton, based on a series of thriller novels by Duncan Falconer.
James Franco is a bank manager who’s branch is hit by a crew of robbers and he tells them the real money is in the old vault in the basement but something else besides money is unleashed in the heist/horror mashup, The Vault.