Silver Petticoat’s Spring 2017 Box Office Preview

#11 Paris Can Wait

Opens May 12, limited | Rated PG

‘Paris’ tells the story of a middle-aged woman who finds herself at a crossroads until she meets her husband’s business associate. The pair finds themselves on an unexpected road trip with surprising results.

#12 Everything, Everything

Opens May 19 | Rated PG-13

Based on the best-selling novel by YA author Nicola Yoon, this story tells of a teenage girl who lives inside the safety of her bedroom. She believes she suffers a chronic condition that makes her allergic to everything.

#13 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

Opens May 26 | Rated PG-13

One of the early summer’s most anticipated blockbusters, this fifth installment in the series gives Jack a new enemy out for personal revenge! Johnny Depp and Geoffrey Rush reprise their roles, and Orlando Bloom also returns as Will Turner.

#14 Churchill

Opens June 2 | Rated PG

A biopic drama that follows Winston Churchill in the 24 hours leading up to D-Day.

#15 Wonder Woman

Opens June 2 | Rated PG-13

DC Comics anticipated adaptation of the Wonder Woman comic book icon hits theaters in June. Gal Gadot’s debut as Diana Prince from Batman v Superman is about to get her origin film (plus I love that this gives us another period film set in the superhero universe). Chris Pine co-stars.

#16 My Cousin Rachel

Opens June 9  | Rated PG-13

Based on a Daphne Du Maurier novel, this gothic romance looks like a winner!

#17 The Mummy

Opens June 9 | Rated PG-13

The summer blockbusters continue with this reboot starring Tom Cruise. Its synopsis promises an ancient princess and some folklore.

#18 The Book of Henry

Opens June 16, limited | Rated PG

Lee Pace (Pushing Daisies) and Naomi Watts headline this drama about a single mother raising a genius.

#19 Maudie

Opens June 16 | Rated PG-13

This quiet drama is set in Nova Scotia and chronicles the story of an unassuming housekeeper who becomes an artist and respected member of the community. Sally Hawkins (Persuasion) plays the titular role.  Ethan Hawke co-stars. (Road to Avonlea fans may also recognize Zachary Bennett.)

Also Coming to Theaters (A Few Highlights):

Your Name, April 7 (PG)

Colossal, April 14 (R for language); stars Anne Hathaway and Dan Stevens

The Outcasts, April 14 (PG-13)

Tommy’s Honour, April 14, limited (PG)

Aida’s Secrets, May 2, Limited (Rating & Content Unclear)

The Wedding Plan, May 12 (PG)

Megan Leavey, June 9 (PG-13)

The Big Sick, June 23 (NR; Content Unclear)

The Beguiled, June 30 limited (Rating unclear, likely an R-rating); Sofia Coppola directs

Still looking for more to see in theaters? There are plenty other films releasing between now and the end of June! Let us know what you’re most looking forward to.

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By on April 6th, 2017

About Rissi JC

Rissi is a self-diagnosed Bookaholic and TV fandom addict. She’s currently an avid blogger and reader who enjoys interacting with readers, and often dreams about finishing her first novel. When not writing or reading, she can be found working as an INSPYs advisory board member or contributing to e-zines. Her scribbles are housed on her blog Finding Wonderland (

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