Hollywood Reporter—a site dedicated to the world of cinema and pop culture—has released its list of 25 best films of 2017.
The list features the likes of Warner Bros.’
The Dark Tower, Sony’s The Walk, Paramount’s The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, and DreamWorks Animation’s Coco.
The list also includes two new entries, including Disney’s Coco, which is also the first film to feature two female leads, with actress Jessica Chastain and John Legend as lead roles.
Chastain stars in the film as Coco, an American who moves to Los Angeles after graduating from the elite New York University film program.
She returns to her native New York to begin her life as a single mother.
As Coco begins to feel the impact of the recession and struggles to make ends meet, her new partner and love interest, Josh Brolin (Legend), appears to offer her a way out.
Champaigne and her co-stars also return to the film, as well as other cast members, including James Gandolfini as Jack, Josh Gad as The Great, Michael Keaton as Jack’s son, and Robert De Niro as Jack.
The film will be released in theaters on December 9.
Other notable entries include Warner Bros./Village Roadshow’s Wonder Woman, which has received positive reviews and Oscar buzz and is the second-highest grossing film of the year to date.
The Patty Jenkins-directed film stars Gal Gadot as Diana Prince, the princess of Themyscira, and her husband Steve Trevor, who plays The Amazon.
The superhero film is based on DC Comics character Wonder Woman and is produced by Patty Jenkins.
Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow will release the film on December 8.
The movie will also be released on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, Hulu, and iTunes.
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