50 Most Anticipated Movies of 2017: 'Blade Runner,' 'Star Wars' and More

From superhero blockbusters and high-profile sequels to docs, director passion-projects and some downright weird stuff

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'Get Out' (Feb. 24)

After five seasons of merciless racial satire via sketch comedy, Key & Peele's Jordan Peele brings the tensions between black and white America to the big screen via a hard left turn into surreal horror. For his directorial debut, he's crafted a darkly humorous nightmare about a young man of color going to meet his WASP-y white girlfriend's family; soon enough, he discovers a Stepford Wives-ish secret beneath the polite facade. Hypnosis, abduction, violent hallucinations and awkward white mimicry of ebonics all add up to creepy and socially incisive genre moviemaking! CB

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