17. Wonder Woman
Comic culture’s first-ever mainstream female superhero gets a live screen adaptation, bullet-deflecting bracers and all. We pray that this does not catch by the Warner Bros. Film hubris curse. After all, the only good thing about the Batman v Superman trainwreck was Wonder Woman’s on-screen presence.
18. The Mummy
Release Date: June 8
Tom Cruise replaces Brendan Fraser in this gritty reboot of the 1999 film, where a bunch of archaeologists find a mummy tomb, accidentally open it, and all hell breaks loose. The title character’s replacement for Arnold Vosloo? A svelte mummy princess played by Sofia Boutella, whom you remember as the assassin Gazelle in Kingsman: The Secret Service.
19. Transformers: The Last Knight
Release Date: June 22
What’s the latest addition to this long-running film adaptation about talking semis-slash-robots and explosions? Anthony Hopkins, of course. If it’s anything like the other four films, they’ll be a mix of bots fighting each other, humans outwitting bots, and car chases in giant cities. Why are we all paying money for a repeat?