1- Aladdin – (May 24)
Do not dare to close your eyes. Disney will take us back to Agrabah in the live-action adaptation of the animated classic and will be a must-see for those who loved the original. Of course, the first advances of Will Smith’s genius made people want to close their eyes, but let’s hold our breath and hope it gets better.
Lee: ‘Aladdin’ flies high with an estimated collection of $ 105 million at the box office
2- Booksmart – (May 24)
Olivia Wilde makes her debut as a film director with a youth comedy about two friends (Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever) who have spent the entire high school studying to enter a good university and suddenly They realize they have lost all the fun. So they decide to try to complete what they missed in one night, a premise that has a thematic debt to American Graffiti.
3- Godzilla: King of the Monsters (May 31)
Returning to an earlier title, while Warner Bros. builds his ‘Monsterverse’, this latest film introduces not only Godzilla but several other big names (literally), including Mothra, Rodan, and King Ghidorah. Human actors include Vera Farmiga, Kyle Chandler, and Stranger Things, Millie Bobby Brown. Brought to life with special effects instead of men in rubber suits. This is the preview of what the main event should be: Godzilla vs. Kong, which is scheduled for 2020.
4- Rocketman – (May 31)
Elton John receives a slightly different type of biographical treatment from Bohemian Rhapsody. This rock ola uses the rock star’s songs to tell the story of her life, including her sexuality and excessive drug use. Taron Egerton appears in the role of John with Jamie Bell as his lyricist partner, Bernie Taupin and Richard Madden (GOT) as John’s manager and (for a time) his love interest, John Reid.
5- Dark Phoenix – (June 7)
In this latest installment of the X-Men franchise, Sophie Turner and director Simon Kinberg tell the story of the beloved character Jean Gray being struck by a cosmic force that transforms her into an of the most powerful mutants, disagreeing with their class. Fortunately, the Game of Thrones student has some familiarity with playing a powerful woman who tries to kill enemies.
6- Late Night – (June 7)
Mindy Kaling wrote, produced and co-starred in this comedy set on a nightly television show and its host, played by Emma Thompson. Kaling’s character becomes the first woman in the team of writers, a “hired by diversity” as the long-running show fights.
The moving picture finally hits theaters when a fairly well-received debut at the Sundance festival in January.
7- The Dead Don’t Die – (June 14)
Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Selena Gomez and Chloë Sevigny star in a movie in which a peaceful city is invaded by a horde of dead people who begin to rise from their graves, Zombies. It has a cast from list A for the horror series B.
8- Men in Black: International – (June 14)
Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson resurrect the Men in the Black franchise with F. Gary Gray in the director’s chair. Hemsworth and Thompson were seen together in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which leads us to believe that this is going to be a super couple.
9- Toy Story 4 – (June 21)
Your favorite toy gang returns for another adventure. The film follows Sheriff Woody while heading for a search to locate his new friend, Forky, the fork. He will also meet another new character, Duke Kaboom, with the voice of Keanu Reeves. This ends the franchise of almost 25 years.
10- Yesterday – (June 28)
Can you imagine a world wherever the rock group ne’er existed?
We can’t either, but director Danny Boyle and writer Richard Curtis do that in their last movie. This movie tells the story of Jack Malik (Himesh Patel), who wakes up after a bus accident to discover that he is the only one who has heard of the English rock band. Malik, a singer, and songwriter knows all the words of his greatest hits and is about to be very famous.
The film additionally stars Lily James, Kate McKinnon, and Ed Sheeran.
11- Spider-Man: Far From Home – (July 2)
It’s summer, so obviously another superhero movie is coming. The sequel to Marvel Studios, Spider-Man: Homecoming begins where Avengers: Endgame ends, with Peter Parker (Tom Holland) mourning the death of his mentor, Tony Stark. But during a trip to Europe with his friends, he receives an offer to join Quentin Beck (Mysterio), played by Jake Gyllenhaal. The film also stars Samuel L. Jackson, Zendaya, Cobie Smulders, Jon Favreau, and Marisa Tomei.
12- The Farewell – (July 12)
If you loved Awkwafina in Crazy Rich Asians, you’re about to fall in love with her again in this drama written and directed by Lulu Wang. Awkwafina plays Billi, a Chinese-born American who goes to China to visit his dying grandmother. The family knows that her matriarch has been diagnosed with lung cancer, but she has not. Keeping this news begins to tear the family apart, and Awkwafina’s character feels he is betraying her.
13.-Stuber – (July 12)
In this promising summer comedy, Stu (Kumail Nanjiani) is an Uber driver with a star who meets a policeman named Vic (Dave Baptist) and he checks his car to find some drug. In addition to the strangeness, Vic has just undergone surgery and takes Stu for a walk. Stuber also stars Iko Uwais, Natalie Morales, and Mira Sorvino.
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14- The Lion King – (July 19)
Do I need to say more than Beyoncé? She is a star voice in this long-awaited new version of the beloved 1994 animated Disney movie, along with the notable cast that includes Donald Glover, Seth Rogen, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Billy Eichner, and John Oliver. They lend their voices to what is reportedly a take-by-take remake, using computer-generated animation. I don’t care how they did it, with all that talent and James Earl Jones taking up the original script. Audiences are waiting to see if it compares with the original. My prediction? Hakuna Matata
15- Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
The moviemaker in me gets a little crazy every time a new Quentin Tarantino movie comes out. Thanks to Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, who play a television actor and his double, respectively, Once Upon a Time looks promising. The film is set in Hollywood in 1969, which lends itself to all kinds of plot delights.
16- Good Boys – (August 16)
This movie would be like Superbad for sixth graders, with a penchant and intrigue for sex, drugs, and alcohol. The trio embarks on some adventures that will surely make parents of high school students check their phones to see what their children are doing. We suspect that this could also be a sweet and funny movie.
17- Where’d You Go, Bernadette – (August 16)
I read Maria Semple’s comic novel on which this movie is based. If the movie is half as good, it should be a success. Cate Blanchette, Kristen Wiig and Judy Greer star in this story of Bernadette, a wife, and mother whose teenage daughter try to reconstruct her story after her mother disappears. A stellar cast and Boyhood director Richard Linklater in the lead? Yes, please!