It’s the first weekend in May, so you know what that means: it’s summer at the movies, actual calendar be damned. As with every May since 2007, this season begins this weekend with a big, bright, shiny, expensive new Marvel movie (this year’s model: Captain America: Civil War); over the next four months, we’ll see […]
In the spirit of many film festivals going on during this blockbuster season, RogerEbert.com is proud to pretend that the oppressively large summer slate is actually a four-month film fest, again. This is a sequel about sequels, adaptations,...Show More Summary
Marvel superheroes abound on this week’s episode of the podcast. Film critics Tim Grierson and Will Leitch take on Captain America: Civil War, starring Chris Evans as the eponymous captain, alongside a host of other superhero frenemies, from Black Widow to the Black Panther. Show More Summary
This week officially kicks off blockbuster summer with the release of Captain America: Civil War. And the Marvel Studios sequel is just one of a bunch of movies you should be excited to see this season. Later this week we’ll highlight...Show More Summary
Maybe you never heard of Conner4Real, the hip-hop phenom played by Andy Samberg in Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping. Yeah, well, maybe you should kiss his ass. Connor4Real, created by Samberg and the Lonely Island gents, is one of the rare originals in this summer's nonstop attack of the clones....
These movies, be they good or bad, offer a rebuttal to the idea that the multiplexes offer nothing but franchise-friendly blockbusters from May to August.
The L.A. Times as part of its summer movie preview released a brand new photo from David Ayer's SUICIDE SQUAD, which features Will Smith's Deadshot and Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn. Check out the photo below. The film also co-stars Jay...Show More Summary
The 2016 Summer Movie Preview is a snapshot of the films opening through early September. Release dates and other details, as compiled by Kevin Crust, are subject to change. April 29 A Beautiful Planet The view of Earth from space and the information it reveals about humanity's effect on the planet...
Warner Bros. kicks off the summer movie season with Keanu and closes it out with heavy hitters Suicide Squad and War Dogs.
Summer movie season is upon us! That means four straight months of Hollywood’s splashiest films, released in rapid succession like a battle royale for box-office domination. But which of these movies is worth your time? Here’s our guide to the 35 genre movies coming this summer. Read more...
While the summer movie preview cover of this week’s Entertainment Weekly features the cast of Captain America: Civil War, the main focus of the double issue is highlighting 92 of the coming movies coming to theaters this summer. Which ones are the editors excited to see? The answers might surprise you. Show More Summary
This time, I’m dabbling in the would-be “question marks” or “risky bets.”
These seven are the most sure-fire options among the would-be summer titans.
She stars in post apocalyptic thriller Pandemic, now playing in select theaters and available on VOD The post Missi Pyle Joins Most Craved’s Summer Movie Preview appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
A new image has surfaced for the upcoming film. More after the jump. The still, part of USA Today‘s Summer Movie Preview, features Simon Pegg as Scotty and Sofia Boutella as Jaylah, and is the first official release we’ve seen since the teaser trailer dropped in December. In the blurb accompanying the image, director Justin Lin […]
USA Today just released its annual Summer Movie Preview and it includes several new images from the hottest upcoming films. I. Matt Damon Returns For JASON BOURNE II. Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe team up as a fumbling P.I. and a hired gun in THE NICE GUYS. III. Show More Summary
"Another alien from outer space is featured in..." Ready for an awesome trip back in time? This video has been on YouTube for years, but it's surfacing again this week thanks to a post on The A.V. Club about just how awesome the movies from the summer of 1982 were. Show More Summary
The A.V. Club has unearthed this summer movie preview piece from Entertainment Tonight. In addition to containing some fairly absurd descriptions of classics, it also makes a pretty strong case for 1982 being the best year for science fiction film. Read more...
Our summer movie preview assessed the season’s cinematic offerings and, disappointingly, only found one movie that starred Vincent Chase. Luckily for us, that one movie is Entourage, bringing Vinny and the boys together for “one last ride,” or something like that. Show More Summary