As the weather warms, the films seem to be getting hotter. This summer’s most anticipated movies list includes superheroes, cartoons, disturbing horror films, family comedies, inspiring documentaries, biographies, and The Return of Tom Cruise.
Whether you’re heading to a large, air-conditioned movie theater on your summer vacation or relaxing in the comfort of your own home, these are the 15 movies you shouldn’t miss this summer, according to Time.
Top Gun: The Maverick – May 27
Take another ride into the danger zone with Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, played by Tom Cruise. Thirty years after the events of the first film, Maverick is training the best pilots the Navy has to offer to take on some of the most dangerous missions in the world. Among these new recruits is the son of his late partner Gus, played by Miles Teller.
Future Crimes – June 3
Director David Cronenberg returns to his horror film roots with his new film nearly a decade ago. The futuristic and masochistic film follows a man (played by Kronberg’s favorite Viggo Mortensen) who transforms organ harvesting into performance art. This makes him an interesting role model for a National Member Registry investigator (Kristen Stewart) and a fringe group that wants to use his fame to promote the next stage of humanity.
Phantom of the Open – June 3
Mark Rylance plays “The Worst Golfer in the World” in this heartfelt comedy inspired by the true story of Maurice Flitcroft, a middle-aged English shipyard crane operator who decided in the late 1970s to become a professional golfer — and badly so. till then.
Hustle – June 8
Basketball scout Stanley Sugerman (Adam Sandler) thinks he’s found the next NBA player in this Netflix drama. Now all he has to do is convince everyone that his elite from Spain has what it takes to reach the first class.
Jurassic World Dominion – June 10
Wait there, the OG Jurassic Park gang of Sam Neill, Laura Dern, and Jeff Goldblum are back to help Owen (Chris Pratt) and Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) save the dinosaurs in the final episode of Jurassic.
Half Time – June 14
This Netflix documentary takes a look at how Jennifer Lopez turned “Jenny From the Block” into the lead of the 2020 Super Bowl halftime show, featuring the multi-phenomenal pop star in action. She also features the appearances of those who know her well, including fiancé Ben Affleck.
Father of the Bride – June 16
HBO Max adaptation of the 1991 comedy of the same name starring Steve Martin and Diane Keaton, which in turn was inspired by the original 1950’s Spencer Tracy and Joan Bennett, starring Andy Garcia as a father not yet ready to lead his daughter. to the altar. Or he tells his children that he and their mother (Gloria Estefan) are divorced.
Light year – June 17
Go to infinity and beyond with the Pixar movie that tells the true story of Buzz Lightyear: the man, the legend, the legend that inspired these Space Guardians dolls. And he happens to look a lot like Captain America himself, Chris Evans.
Official Contest – June 17
Penelope Cruz and Antonio Banderas star in this satirical Spanish-language thriller about a team of aspiring directors looking to make an Academy Award-winning film.
Spiderhead – Jun 17
Chris Hemsworth plays a narcissistic pharmaceutical genius in this Netflix sci-fi thriller based on the George Saunders story where prisoners in the not-too-distant future are given emotion-altering drugs in exchange for softening sentences.
Elvis – June 24
There’s a lot of buzz going on in Elvis Presley’s Baz Luhrmann biopic, which stars Austin Butler as King of Rock and Roll and Tom Hanks as his arrogant boss, Colonel Tom Parker. Elvis’ daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, has already said, calling the film “nothing short of amazing.”
Minions: Rise of Gru – July 1
The highly anticipated sequel to 2015’s Minions takes a look at how Despicable Me’s Gru (Steve Carell) turned into the supervillain he is today. It’s no surprise that these little yellow guys have a lot to do with it.
Thor: Love and Thunder – July 8
Thor, played by Chris Hemsworth, faces an existential crisis in the wake of the events of Avengers: Endgame and is now on a mission to find his rightful place in this crazy world where his ex-girlfriend Jane (Natalie Portman) suddenly gets the ability to – he uses the hammer.
Bullet Train – August 5
In this action comedy based on the 2021 novel of the same name, Brad Pitt plays a reluctant killer tasked with recovering a suitcase from a Japanese train. Seems like a simple task, until he realizes he’s not the only one on the ship who wants to steal that special link. The cast was concluded by Bad Bunny, Joe King, Brian Terry Henry, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Zazzie Beetz and Sandra Bullock.
Three thousand years of longing – August 31
Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller returns with this magical story of a lone scientist (Tilda Swinton) who, while on vacation in Istanbul, meets a genius (Idris Elba) who wishes to fulfill her three wishes in exchange for his freedom. The only problem is that she can’t think of anything she wants.
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