Expected release date: January 20
What it’s about: Based on real-life accounts, a powerful cast consisting of Nicole Kidman, Charlize Theron and Margot Robbie play a trio of Fox News employees, who work to take down Roger Ailes – the powerful media empire’s former chairman and a key figure for sexual harassment within the company.
Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn
Expected release date: February 6
What it’s about: It’s safe to say that DC Comics’ Suicide Squad was widely panned – save for Margot Robbie’s semi-villainness Harley Quinn. This time, she heads up her own squad – the all-women Birds of Prey – as they try to rescue fellow member Cassandra Cain from Batman villains Black Mask (Ewan McGregor) and Mr. Zsasz (Chris Messina).
Expected release date: February 27
What it’s about: Yet another Jane Austen adaptation, this time of Emma, which focuses on the titular Emma Woodhouse, a well-meaning socialite who spends most of her time match-making acquaintances and friends, sometimes to disastrous ends. Rising star Anya Taylor-Joy (you’ll remember her from Split) plays Emma, while the script was written by Man Booker Prize winner Eleanor Catton, so it ought to be a pretty good production.