Summer 2017 Family Movie Planner


Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2(PG-13): Get ready, Marvel fans! Peter Quill and company (including too-cute Baby Groot) search for his Dad in this sequel that has another cool soundtrack. In theaters May 5.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul(PG): Jason (the Wimpy Kid) is back and this time he gets his grandma caught up in his crazy schemes. In theaters May 19.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales(PG-13): He’s back! In this newest blockbuster, Captain Jack searches for the Poseidon’s trident. In theaters May 26.


Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie(PG): Finally, Dav Pilkey’s book hits the big screen! For those not in the know, two students transform their nasty principal into the superhero Captain Underpants. In theaters June 2.

Wonder Woman(PG-13): Wonder Woman packs her gold whip and sets out to save the world during World War I. In theaters June 2.

Cars 3(Not Yet Rated): Lightning McQueen returns to prove he’s still the best on the track. In theaters June 16.

Transformers: The Last Knight(Not Yet Rated): In the fifth Transformers movie, Cade Yeager attempts to figure out why the Transformers keep returning to Earth as a battle for survival wages on. In theaters June 23

Despicable Me 3(Not Yet Rated): A child star from the ‘80s – Balthazar Bratt – comes up with a plot to rule the world, in this third installment of the series. Of course, mischief (and Minions) ensue. In theaters June 30.


Spider-Man: Homecoming(Not Yet Rated): Peter Parker struggles with finding balance between being a high school student and a superhero with help from his mentor in Tony Stark (Iron Man). Enter Vulture, a new big bad to battle. In theaters July 7.


The Emoji Movie(Not Yet Rated): It’s not easy living in Textopolis, home to everyone’s favorite emojis. But when their world is threatened, it’s time for all the feels to save their city. In theaters August 4.

The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature(Not Yet Rated): In this Nut Job follow-up, the furry crew works together to save their beloved Liberty Park from becoming an amusement park. In theaters August 18.