With so many major movies in development, it's almost impossible to keep track of them all. Here we have a list of top three movies to look for in the first week of April. Previously, “The Lego Batman Movie,” “Kong: Skull Island,” and “Beauty and the Beast” entertained the audience. Now we are waiting for “The Transfiguration,” “Your Name,” and “Win It All.” Hopefully, these movies will come up our expectations.

‘Win It All’

Netflix confirms the release of this film on April 7, 2017. “Win It All” is one of the most anticipated films. Director Joe Swanberg says Jake Johnson co-wrote the screenplay.

It features Aislinn Derbez, Joe Lo Truglio, and Keegan-Michael Key. Aislinn is already famous for "Compadres," "Served Cold," and "Little Baby Jesús." Her fans have high expectations with "Win It All."

‘The Transfiguration’

Music from Margaret Chardiet and sound mixing from Gillian Arthur offer helpful assists throughout. So, we have high expectations from “The Transfiguration.” The film belongs to the lineage of fanged villains that were kicked off in 1970. Production designer Danica Pantic says "The Transfiguration" will be released on April 7, 2017. This horror film features Eric Ruffin as Milo, Chloe Levine as Sophie, and Aaron Clifton Moten as Lewis.

‘Your Name’

Director Luca Guadagnino says the film has an amazing story and can be enjoyed with family.

We feel it will break the records of previous Hollywood blockbusters. “Your Name” is based on a novel by Makoto Shinkai. It is a love story of a high school girl and her boyfriend. CoMix Waves Films will distribute the movie worldwide. It is scheduled to be released on April 6, 2017. "Your Name" stars Elena Bucci, Vanda Capriolo, and Amira Casar.

The film premiered at the Anime Expo 2016 convention in Los Angeles. It would not be wrong to say that Hollywood filmmakers release some fantastic movies in summer. Several late-winter box office hits are bolstering hopes that his industry is on its way to break the records. Last year, Hollywood films grossed over $11.4 billion. We feel that 2017’s films will gross higher than $11.4 billion.