New movie theaters are opening across the country, and some of the stars returning are still on the roster.
The most popular movies are still the same: the latest blockbuster, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”
But there are a few that have been moved up or down to give the season a bit more time to open.
Here are the biggest hits of 2017:For a complete list of the big movies, go hereThe biggest hit of 2017 is a re-release of “Ghostbusters,” a comedy about a young girl with powers.
The film, which stars Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Melissa McCarthy, opened in three theaters in New York City on Wednesday.
But there were some early issues, with one theater closing early, according to The Associated Press.
“We are thrilled that the world will be able to see this new movie as soon as it is released,” said Judd Apatow, the producer of the film.
“It’s a really good movie and it is very timely, and it’s a fun, funny, and very exciting movie to be a part of.”
The biggest surprise of the year is “Moby Dick,” a film from the original director of “The Lord of the Rings.”
It opened in Los Angeles and then closed at four theaters in Florida.
There were some delays with the film, including an hour-long delay at the Austin Film Festival, according the Hollywood Reporter.
The big winners are a number of films from the “Twilight” franchise, including “Bridget Jones’s Diary,” “Masters of Sex,” “Twelve Monkeys” and “The Mummy.”
All three opened at the multiplex.
The last “Twine” movie, “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” had its U.S. theatrical release on Sept. 22, and was also released on the DVD.
The biggest movie of the fall is a reboot of “X-Men: Apocalypse.”
It opens Sept. 18 in Los Angelas, with a projected opening of $75 million to $80 million.
The studio has estimated that it will open in a wide range of countries, including the U.K., France, Germany, Brazil, Mexico, India and Turkey.
The top grossing movie of 2017 was “The Last King of Scotland,” from director James Ponsoldt.
The movie, which is directed by Peter Weir, is the third time the actor has directed a movie, following “The Lost Boys” and the acclaimed “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials.”
“I had the privilege of working with James on ‘The Lost Kings,’ and it was a privilege to work with him on ‘Last King of Scots,’ ” said Bonnie Huntley, who co-wrote and co-stars in the movie.
“He has a very unique style, and I think it was fun to get to play the part.”