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We saw encouraging signs in early 2022 that people were ready to return to the cinema for the ultimate movie-watching experience, but the coronavirus has certainly taken its toll on the industry. As a result, this year’s summer lineup may not be as dense as we were used to before the pandemic, but we still have plenty of exciting titles to look forward to. Of course, superhero fans have something to cheer about, with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Thor: Love and Thunderand fans of the blockbuster action will be delighted with the return of Tom Cruise as the eponymous fighter pilot in Top Gun: Maverick. Those with families in particular have plenty of choice, whether it’s the latest Minions film, Marcel the shod shellor Pixar Light yearand movie buffs looking for thrills can turn to Men, The black phoneor the last of Jordan Peele, Nope. But this is just a small taste of what summer has in store for you, so read on and start marking your calendars!

The highly anticipated final chapter of the MCU finds Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) trying to prevent the destruction of the multiverse with the help of friends new and old.More

Zac Efron stars in this adaptation of Stephen King’s novel about a young girl with extraordinary gifts whose parents try to hide her from the secret agency that wants to use those gifts for nefarious purposes.Read More

The original stars of jurassic park come back together in this corky trilogy that finds dinos roaming the Earth freely and humans trying to maintain a delicate balance.Read More

Julian Fellowes’ top-down drama hits the big screen for a second outing, following the Crawleys as they travel through the south of France.Read More

Jessie Buckley stars in Alex Garland’s latest thriller about a traumatized woman who retreats to the countryside to heal, only to find an insidious new threat tormenting her.More

Tom Cruise returns as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell in this follow-up to Tony Scott’s 1986 film about an intense training school for naval fighter pilots.More

The hit Fox animated series jumps to the big screen for its feature debut, as the Belchers try to keep business going after a giant sinkhole opens right outside their restaurant.Read More

Maika Monroe stars in this psychological thriller about a young actress who moves to Bucharest and suspects she’s being stalked by a local serial killer.Read More

Chris Evans goes to infinity and beyond in this kind of Pixar prequel that traces the journey of “real life” Buzz Lightyear whose adventures inspired the action figure in the toy story movies.More

Baz Luhrmann sets his singular take on Elvis Presley, played by Austin Butler, chronicling the complicated relationship between Presley and his manager, Colonel Tom Parker (Tom Hanks).More

This live-action/stop-motion hybrid mockumentary follows an anthropomorphic shell named Marcel (voiced by Jenny Slate) as he sets off in search of his family.Read More

Scott Derrickson finds his Claim star Ethan Hawke in a new thriller about a kidnapped boy trapped in a basement who realizes he can communicate with his captor’s previous victims.Read More

The second film devoted to Despicable Me’The goofy, pill-shaped henchmen see them first working for a young Gru (Steve Carell) in an effort to help him join a notorious group of supervillains.Read More

Thor (Chris Hemsworth) just wants to retire in peace, but a new threat in the form of Gorr the Butcher God (Christian Bale) forces him to rely on old allies, with some surprising twists.More

This drama based on the bestselling novel of the same name stars Daisy Edgar-Jones as Kya, a self-raised North Carolina swamp girl who becomes the prime suspect in a murky murder case.Read More

Details on Jordan Peele’s latest stunner are scarce, but we do know that it centers on a California ranch where mysterious forces begin to terrorize human and animal populations.Read More

This animated adventure tells the story of an unlucky dog ​​who trains to become a fearsome samurai to protect his village of cats – who all hate dogs, by the way – from a ruthless villain.Read More

Did you know that Superman, Batman and other DC heroes all have equally powerful pets? You’ll meet them all in this animated movie, as they work together to rescue their kidnapped owners.Read More

Based on a Japanese novel, this action-comedy stars Brad Pitt as an assassin seeking retirement who is tasked with one last job aboard a speeding bullet train. turns out to be more complicated than expected.More

Jay Chandrasekhar of Broken Lizard directs this comedy starring comedian Jo Koy, who plays a fictionalized version of himself as he attends a family Easter party.More

This satirical slasher follows a group of friends who get together for a house party and play a murder mystery game, only to find that a real murder has taken place and they must now play the game for more. true.More

This crime comedy stars Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson as a “crap” and a dangerous assassin, respectively, who must team up to stay alive when mistaken for each other. More

A group of friends gather on a secluded getaway in the mountains, but soon discover the dark story behind it, forcing them to fight for their survival.Read More

Sylvester Stallone stars in this superhero movie based on a graphic novel series about a young boy who discovers that a famous hero thought to be dead is actually still alive and looking for him.Read More
In the heights Melissa Barrera stars in this thriller about a pregnant woman put on compulsory rest who begins to witness supernatural events in her home.Read More

BJ Novak makes his directorial debut with this comedy thriller about a New York reporter who travels south to investigate the mysterious death of his girlfriend.Read More

In this sci-fi action adventure, a young boy suspects his father of being a superhero after he discovers what appears to be a hideout in his basement, but must defend it with his friends when villains attack. .More

Idris Elba and Sharlto Copley star in this thriller about a man visiting a game reserve in South Africa with his daughters who fall prey to a dangerous lion who begins stalking them.Read More

George Miller’s first film since Mad Max: Fury Road is this epic romantic fantasy about a woman who meets a jinn who offers her three wishes in exchange for her freedom.Read More

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