MontrĂ©al, the capital of Canada’s largest city, has always been a movie city.

    But with a new film season set to kick off in the summer, the city has seen its share of exciting blockbusters.

    Some of the most exciting new movies include the “Guardians of the Galaxy” franchise, starring James Gunn, that stars Chris Pratt and Zoe Saldana.

    Other films are “Gone Girl” and “The Revenant,” which star Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy, respectively.

    The biggest-grossing film of all time, “The Martian,” has already grossed $2.3 billion worldwide, and “Wonder Woman” is slated to reach $1.8 billion at the box office.

    The city has also seen some of the best films in the genre, from “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” to “Blade Runner 2049,” which has made a billion dollars.

    The festival season kicks off in earnest in the spring, with the Toronto International Film Festival and the Montreal International Film and Television Festival.

    “Wonder” is also set to debut at the Toronto Film Festival.

    The films of the year will also include films that are not yet in theaters but will be in theaters in the months to come, including the upcoming “Captain America: Civil War,” the upcoming drama “Captain Phillips” and the upcoming comedy “Fargo.”

    “I can’t wait to see the whole slate,” says Canadian actress and former “X-Men” actress Chloe Grace Moretz.

    “It’s exciting to see so many great films that aren’t just going to come out.

    I think it’s a really big year for the film world.”

    In the meantime, the world continues to see movies and television coming to theaters around the world.

    With “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” hitting theaters on December 18, 2017, we’ve rounded up our picks for what’s coming to theatres in the near future.

    Check back in a few months for our full rundown of what we’re seeing in the world of film in 2017.

    “Catching Fire” (Netflix) “The Defenders” (Marvel) “Captain Jack” (Starz) “Deadpool” (Fox) “Gravity” (Disney) “Lilyhammer” (Universal) “Manchester by the Sea” (The Weinstein Company) “Mad Max: Fury Road” (Warner Bros.)

    “The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials” (Nashville) “Miles Ahead” (MGM) “Pete’s Dragon” (Viking) “Saw” (TWC) “Stargate Atlantis” (BBC America) “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” (IDW) “Unbroken” (CBS) “Wizard of Oz” (Harper) “Warcraft” (Koei Tecmo) “Winter Soldier” (Walt Disney) “Wonderstruck” (Amazon Studios) “Zack and Miri Make A Porno” (Spike TV) “Star Trek Beyond” (Paramount) “Tomb Raider: Underworld” (Crystal Dynamics) “Boys Don’t Cry” (Alfred Hitchcock) “Supernatural” (HBO) “Black Panther” (Pixar) “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” (FOX) “Hannibal” (20th Century Fox) “Blade of the Immortal” (Cinemax) “Guardian” (Dawn Of The Planet of The Apes) “Hellboy: The Director’s Cut” (DC Comics) “Cobra” (Focus Features) “Iron Fist” (Kickstarter) “Godzilla” (Legendary) “A Wrinkle in Time” (Atelier) “Annie” (Epic Pictures) “Beauty and the Beast” (WB) “I, Tonya” (Sci-Fi Channel) “Jack Reacher” (Sony) “King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword” (FilmNation) “Life of Pi” (Lionsgate) “Monster Hunt” (Capcom) “Noah” (ATLAS) “Robocop” (U.S. Film Market) “Red Sparrow” (Fantastic Four) “Slumdog Millionaire” (Ink Master) “Spider-Man: Homecoming” (MARVEL) “Vikings” (AMC) “Underworld” (Showtime) “X2: X-Men United” (Univision) “Bloodline” (Stuart Immonen) “Dark Phoenix” (Reed Media) “Elysium” (Studio Canal) “Fantasia: The Grand Budapest Hotel” (Chappell Films) “Shooting Mavericks” (Blur) “Stranger Things” ( Netflix ) “The Big Short” (Morgan Freeman) “Get Out” (Oscar-winning screenwriter David Finc

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