3. The Lighthouse
Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe are sent to mind a remote New England lighthouse in this bizarre psychological thriller.
Tormented by the elements, their isolation and a particularly irksome seagull, it’s not long before they find themselves at odds.
Director Robert Eggers won a host of fans with his 2015 horror film The Witch and will likely earn a lot more with this atmospheric, black-and-white follow-up.
Pattinson’s deranged performance, meanwhile, suggests he’ll bring more than matinee idol good looks to his upcoming role as The Batman.
4. Birds of Prey
The Caped Crusader won’t be returning until 2021. In his absence, one of DC Comics’ villains is making a comeback.
That would be Harley Quinn, last seen in 2016’s Suicide Squad alongside Jared Leto, aka the Joker before last.
Harley – Margot Robbie again – has moved on since that film and is now enjoying a “fantabulous emancipation” with the help of some other fantasy women.
Ewan McGregor plays the villain in Cathy Yan’s comedy thriller, the first American superhero film to be directed by an Asian woman.