Once again the annual summer movie season has arrived, giving Hollywood a fresh new opportunity to drain the money out of our wallets as we wander aimlessly searching for something to do during the long summer days. Looking towards the summer of 2017, there seems to be an upcoming movie that suits just about everyone, no matter what you’re into.

Want to see Zac Efron shirtless for his fifth straight movie? You got it. Want to see Tom Cruise scream a lot? Well you’ve got that too. Some, inevitably, will be disappointed with the enormously large number of franchise reboots and sequels that hit theaters in the upcoming months.

Only time will tell if any will end up as hits or just sink into the forgettable scrap pit of Hollywood failures.

‘Wonder Woman’ (June 2)

The fierce Amazonian princess Diana (played by Gal Gadot) finally gets her long-awaited solo film in the first female-led superhero movie in over a decade. Directed by Patty Jenkins, this DC-comics adaptation carries a huge responsibly on its shoulders to not only turn the failing DC Extended Universe around after flops like ‘Batman v Superman’ and ‘Suicide Squad,’ but also to prove that superhero films with female leads can be successful in the box office.

‘The Mummy’ (June 7)

Tom Cruise returns in a franchise reboot of the classic 1999 version, where he stumbles upon an ancient princess deep the desert who subsequently awakens to find herself in the modern era.

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‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ (July 7)

Making his debut into the Marvel world in ‘Captain America: Civil War,’ this new version of Peter Parker (Tom Holland) swings into his first solo movie attempting to solidify his role onto the Avengers crew. Michael Keaton stars as Spider-man’s nemesis, Vulture, and will act as the main villain throughout the runtime.

‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ (July 12)

The conclusion to the critically praised ‘Planet of the Apes’ reboot series should have audiences excited and pumped to witness the final showdown between apes, led by genetically enhanced Caesar (Andy Serkis), and the humans. If all goes well, this film should act as a worthy end to an extremely well-crafted and epic trilogy.

‘Dunkirk’ (July 21)

Christopher Nolan, the legendary mind behind the Dark Knight Trilogy and ‘Interstellar,’ is returning to direct a World War II story concerning the Battle of Dunkirk, a strife which took place on the shores of France. Starring Harry Styles and Tom Hardy, the film will hopefully drag audiences on an emotional thrill ride back to a time of brutal loss and war.