With Disney and Marvel Doctor Strange in a multiverse of madness Launching the summer box office season with great fanfare as a movie with one of the widest releases since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, cinemas are once again waiting for good times.
A selection of big-budget hits await in the suites this season, from anticipated sequels (Top Gun: MaverickAnd Jurassic World Dominion) to star-studded movies like gray man And Elvis. There is also another Marvel release in the form of Thor: Love and Thunder.
Here are 17 summer movies that are a must-see in cinemas as well as on streaming platforms:
1. “All the way”
spit: Emma Passaro, Belmont Camille, Kate Bosworth, Andy McDowell, Dermot Mulroney
plot: Adapted from the novel of the same name by writer Sarah Dyson, this drama tells the story of Auden who meets the mysterious Ellie, his insomniac classmate. While the seaside town of Colby sleeps, the two embark on a nighttime mission to help Auden experience the life of a fun, carefree teen she never knew she wanted.
Release date:May 6, on Netflix.
spit: Zac Efron, Ryan Keira Armstrong, Sydney Lemon
plot: Stephen King’s sci-fi horror story was first adapted in 1984. In this version, Efron plays a father who must protect his daughter after she has been stricken with heat – the ability to create fire and control it with the mind – and is haunted by a secret government agency intent on arresting and controlling her.
Release date: May 13 (US)
spit: Raquel Lenora Flotum, Alpha Prinsmo Ramstad, Sam Ashraf, Mina Yasmine Brimseth Achim
plot: After causing quite a stir at last year’s Cannes Film Festival, this Norwegian supernatural movie is set to go on a world tour. The film follows a group of children who acquire mysterious powers during one northern summer. But what starts the innocent fun soon takes a dark and violent turn as kids begin to use their power freely.
Release date: May 13 (US)
spit: Jesse Buckley, Rory Kinnear
plot: From Alex Garland, the famous director behind films like ex machine And extermination This thriller about a woman goes to the countryside after a personal tragedy. Instead of peace you find a waking nightmare. Buckley, who this year was nominated for an Academy Award for her role in the missing daughterplays a starring role.
Release date: May 20 (US)
5- Top Gun: Maverick
spit: Tom Cruise, Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm, Ed Harris, Val Kilmer
plot: One of the most awaited films, Cruise returns to one of his most beloved roles in this movie The best A sequel is more than three decades in the making. After years of solo work as a test pilot, Maverick was called upon again to train a new group of fighter pilots, including Son Goose, performed by Teller.
Release date: May 26 (United Arab Emirates); May 27 (US)
spit: Jack Lowden, Peter Capaldi
plot: Best known for his autobiography, British screenwriter and director Terrence Davis leads the biographical drama of British poet Siegfried Sassoon, who was imprisoned for being anti-war during World War II. He later converted to Catholicism but soon developed a crisis in the faith. Both Louden and Capaldi play Sasson of different ages.
Release date: May 20 (UK)
7. “Jurassic World Sovereignty”
spit: Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum
plot: The so-called “conclusion” of the Jurassic World franchise blends the films Pratt and Dallas Howard with the stars of the original Jurassic Park – Dern, Neill and Goldblum. The events of the film take place about four years after the events of Jurassic World: Fallen KingdomReleased in 2018, the film put director Colin Trevorrow back in command. Trevorrow dealt a blow jurassic world in 2015, helping to revive the franchise after 14 years.
Release date: June 9 (United Arab Emirates and the United States)
spit: Chris Evans, Kiki Palmer, James Brolin, Taika Waititi, Uzo Aduba
plot: A spin-off from the Toy Story franchise, this one focuses on space keeper Buzz Lightyear. Long before landing in Andy’s room, Buzz was a young astronaut trying to get home from a hostile planet, as told in the movie’s origin story within a movie. And this time, Lightyear was voiced by Captain America himself, Chris Evans.
Release date: June 17 (US)
spit: Chris Hemsworth, Miles Teller, Journey Smollett
plot: Hemsworth plays a scientist who conducts experiments on his colleagues, played by Tyler and Smollett, using psychedelic drugs in this adaptation of George Saunders’ dystopian short story. Escape from spiderhead.
Release date: June 17, on Netflix
spit: Austin Butler, Tom Hanks
plot: Baz Luhrmann looks at Elvis Presley, performed by Butler, and his complex relationship with his manager, Colonel Tom Parker (Hanks) over the course of 20 years on this music-packed journey. Luhrmann, who also co-wrote the film, is known for his musical masterpieces. Australian director, writer and producer behind romeo + julietAnd Moulin Rouge! And The great Gatsby.
Release date: June 23 (United Arab Emirates); June 24 (US)
11. “Minions: The Rise of a Puppy”
spit: Steve Carell, Taraji P. Henson, Michelle Yeoh, RZA, Jean-Claude Van Damme
plot: The minions are back in this spin-off that explores what Gru was like before he became the evil mastermind. Apparently, just a little boy in the suburbs dreams of world domination.
Release date: June 30 (United Arab Emirates); July 1 (US)
12. “Mr. Malcolm’s List”
spit: Frida Pinto, Theo James, Oliver Jackson Cohen, Ashley Park
plot: if Bridgeton Leaving you wishing for more Regency-era drama, this one, inspired by Susan Allen’s novel of the same name, could be your answer. Set in 19th century England, the film follows a young woman who enlists the help of her friend to avenge her disapproving suitor for failing one of the requirements on his list of qualifications.
Release date: July 1 (US)
13. “Thor: Love and Thunder”
spit: Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson, Natalie Portman, Christian Bale, Chris Pratt, Dave Bautista
plot: Retirement won’t last long for Hemsworth’s god of thunder in directed splendor of Taika Waititi, featuring the return of Jane Foster from Portman who is now able to use the magic hammer on her own, and the introduction of the villain played by Bill.
Release date: July 16 (US)
spit: Daniel Kaluuya, Kiki Palmer, Stephen Yun
plot: Horror master Jordan Peele returns to terrorize audiences with a “new pop music nightmare” in his latest film about some locals in the Inland Empire, performed by Kaluuya, Palmer and Yoon, who witness a frightening event.
Release date: July 22 (US)
15. “The Gray Man”
spit: Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Reggie Jane, Big Dhanush, Billy Bob Thornton
plot: One of the most expensive Netflix movies to date, this spy thriller comes from former Marvel directors Anthony and Joe Russo. It follows Court Gentry, the most skilled mercenary in the CIA, who accidentally reveals the agency’s dark secrets. Then a former fellow psychopath places a bounty on the nobles’ head, which leads to a global hunt by international assassins. South Indian superstar Dhanush makes his Hollywood debut.
Release date: July 15, on Neflix
16. “DC League of Super-Pets”
spit: Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Kate McKinnon, John Krasinski, Vanessa Bayer, Natasha Lyonna
plot: It’s the Justice League that needs to be rescued in this animated movie, which features Johnson’s voice as Superman’s dog. He assembles a team of shelter pets with special powers who have embarked on the adventure of a lifetime.
Release date: July 28 (United Arab Emirates); July 29 (US)
17. Bullet Train
spit: Brad Pitt, Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Terry Henry, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, Bad Bunny, Zazie Beetz, Logan Lerman
plot: In David Leach’s star-studded adaptation of Kotaro Izaka’s novel, Pete plays an assassin named Lady Bug who has one last job collecting a suitcase on a fast train from Tokyo to Kyoto. Unfortunately, he’s not the only killer on board.
Release date: July 29 (US)
– Release dates are subject to change. Additional reporting from the AP.
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