We may still be months away from Summer, but the Summer blockbuster season kicks off a little earlier than that. Studios are readying their tentpole titles for release, and it's not just huge movies that will be coming out - indies, comedies, and horror films are all slated to hit the big screen over the next few months. Show More Summary
Lots of this Summer's blockbusters have come out already, but there are still a ton of exciting titles that have yet to enter the theater. Since it's just as much fun to think about movies you're going to see as it is to plan beach days and barbecues, we have your guide to the rest of the big movies of the season. Show More Summary
(This essay originally ran in our Summer Movie Preview on April 30, 2014.) Two years ago, I sat with a roomful of critics as we laughed our asses off through a screening of the new Adam Sandler comedy That’s My Boy. The film seemed to be a return to the... More »
Michael Bay's Transformers movies — the fourth of which, Age of Extinction, comes out June 27 — can be boiled down to a few key elements: fart jokes, leering shots of young actresses, and blurry hunks of talking metal crashing into each other. But the franchise also excels in architectural devastation.... More »
Though the summer season is better known for epic blockbusters, there’s actually a lot to look forward to in terms of indie film. A number of Sundance favorites are hitting theaters in the coming months, including the abortion comedy Obvious Child, Richard Linklater‘s Boyhood, and Frank, starring Michael Fassbender. There’s also the Roger Ebert documentary [...]
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Skinny, sensitive actors don't cut it in Hollywood anymore: You've got to be as muscular as possible at all times, because the highly coveted, star-making superhero roles all require big, buff bodies. Of course, it's a lot easier to attain all that muscle when you've got a personal trainer paid... More »
We may not officially be in Summer yet, but if you take a look at the upcoming releases, it's clear that Summer blockbuster season is about to be here. With The Amazing Spider-Man 2 coming out this weekend and other superhero movies like the next X-Men on its tail, the biggest movies of the year are about to be unleashed. Show More Summary
Kids love superheroes, it’s true. But not all of this summer’s superhero flicks are appropriate for the young ones in the family. Even some of the Disney movies–here’s looking at you Maleficent– might be a little too scary for the little ones. And sure, what your kid sees is up to you to decide, but [...]
A lot can change in one summer movie season: Around this time last year, Benedict Cumberbatch had yet to begin his 2013 big-screen victory tour, and Henry Cavill’s hairy chest was still for diehards only. Those two were just a few of last summer’s big breakouts — in Star Trek... More »
Besides superheroes in skin-tight clothes and talking trees, this summer also includes an interesting pool of sci-fi and fantasy flicks. And there’s just about something for everyone. If you’re into blockbuster remakes, there’s Gareth Edwards‘ Godzilla. For those you who enjoy post-apocalyptic worlds, there’s The Rover. And if you’re looking for something truly unique, there’s [...]
Besides the fact that it stars Shailene Woodley, The Fault in Our Stars is one of the most anticipated films of the summer — anyone wondering why needs only crack open the John Green book it's based on. Told from the point of view of a terminally ill teenage girl... More »
Is Chicago having a big year at the movies or what? One of the spring's biggest films ("Divergent") was set here, filmed here and based on a book by a local author. Now two of summer's biggest movies, "Transformers: Age of Extinction...Show More Summary
Summer wouldn’t be complete without superheroes, comic book adaptations and sequels. All three go hand-in-hand, especially because many of this summer’s superhero films are sequels like The Amazing Spider-Man 2, X-Men: Days of Future Past and Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. Then there are other sequels that aren’t necessarily based on comic books [...]
If you paid full-price to see each of the films included in Vulture’s mammoth 2014 Summer Movie Preview, you’d be out nearly a grand — and we’re not even including 3-D surcharges! How can you determine which of these many, many movies are worth seeing in theaters, and which are... More »
Summer’s just about here, and that means superheroes and famous monsters. Thankfully, for those of you who prefer laughs to thrills, this summer also offers a fair share of comedies, and good ones at that. The season will be filled with funny men and women, including Seth Rogen, Jon Favreau, Seth McFalarlane, Melissa McCarthy, Jonah [...]
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Are you ready for one wild summer? This year brings legendary superheroes, famous monsters, and fantasy icons. There are two Michael Bay films, but also the ultra-weird Guardians of the Galaxy. Plus the post-apocalyptic Snowpiercer... and a Stanislaw Lem movie? Here are 33 movies you need to know about this summer. Read more...
'Godzilla', 'Blended', 'Edge of Tomorrow' and 'Jupiter Ascending' headline the studios upcoming season. [...]
With the action-packed flick "X-Men: Days of Future Past" slated to hit theaters next month, Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender and Hugh Jackman front the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly magazine. Inside the publication, producer...Show More Summary