15 american movies for summer

After two years of uncertainty, Hollywood studios and movie theaters are showing ostensible optimism as no fewer blockbuster movies hit the big screen each week this summer. After Doctor Strange and Tom Cruise rolled the ball, here’s the much-anticipated schedule of releases…sometimes even for a few years.

June 10

“Jurassic World Domination”

The events take place four years after the events of the 2018 movie “Jurassic World – The Fallen Kingdom” when humans and dinosaurs coexisted with difficulty and a baby Blue was captured by poachers. Co-writer and director Colin Trevorrow, responsible for the new trilogy, resumes service here and brings together two generations of scholars including Sam Neill, Laura Dern, and Jeff Goldblum in this sixth opus.

June 17

“Light year”

With the Toy Story series grossing at least $3 billion at the international box office, it was only natural to consider a spin-off. This is the animated story of Buzz Lightyear, now voiced by Chris Evans, as he seeks to reach Earth after his ship crashes on a hostile planet.

June 24

“Elvis”

Easily remember “Romeo and Juliet” and “Moulin Rouge!” The incomparable Baz Luhrmann. The 59-year-old Australian is back in power with his interpretation of the King’s life. Played by Austin Butler, Elvis Presley is examined here from the angle of his relationship with Colonel Tom Parker, played by the nearly unrecognizable Tom Hanks.

July 1

“Minions 2: Once Upon a Time a Puppy”

Delayed by a couple of years due to the pandemic, here’s a wonderful return for the adorable yellow creatures and their puppy “master.” The animated film takes us to the 1970s when Machiavellian Gro wanted to become the leader of Vicious 6, a group of villains. Fun guaranteed for young and old…

July 8

Thor: Love and Thunder

The sexiest Norse goddess was last seen on the big screen, he’s put his weight on some pounds. Elena is back muscular and ready to fight in this feature film written and directed by Taika Waititi who also thought of including Jane Foster who became Mighty Thor (Natalie Portman) and a villain named Gore, whose features Christian Bale loaned him.

July 15

“Legged Fury: The Legend of Hank”

Moviegoers remember “The Sheriff is in Jail,” a Mel Brooks comedy released in 1974. Well, know that the script for this animated movie is vaguely inspired by him. With her impressive voice – Michael Cera, Ricky Gervais, Michelle Yeoh, George Takei and Samuel L. Jackson – Fury on Legs features a samurai dog trained by a cat.

July 22

“of course not”

Jordan Peele returns with this horrible drama that, as usual, we don’t know much about and that’s fine. The trailer shown in the cinema refers to disturbing phenomena on a California farm. And in the credits we find Daniel Kaluuya, Kiki Palmer, and Stephen Yeon.

July 29

“DC Krypto Super-Dog”

Of course, we suspected that superheroes didn’t act alone. Here are their best friends – dogs, pigs, turtles and squirrels – who just listen to their bravery in order to help the masked rangers who have been kidnapped by a group of bad guys. You had to think about it, the whole thing was dubbed, in the original, by Dwayne Johnson, Kate McKinnon, Natasha Lyonne, and Kevin Hart.

August 5

“Express train”

We’ve been waiting for Brad Pitt’s comeback for a while – his ‘Lost City’ appearance barely counts. So here’s the actor and producer once again in the role of a killer who is forced to retrieve a suitcase from a high-speed train connecting Tokyo and Kyoto. We also meet Joey King, Michael Shannon, Sandra Bullock and Aaron Taylor-Johnson.

August 12

“The guy from Toronto”

Comedy summertime stars Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson as Airbnb guests are mistaken for each other. And when you know that one of them was, in fact, a murderer, you can imagine the possible delusions …

August 19

“Monster”

Directed by Baltasar Cormacor (maker of “Everest” with Jake Gyllenhaal), this thriller sparks interest in a widow (Idris Elba) on vacation in South Africa with his two daughters. But the latter falls prey to a lion while visiting an animal sanctuary. And Sharlto Copley is also part of the cast.

August 26

“Samaritan”

Sylvester Stallone is the superhero and producer of this feature film based on the eponymous comic strip. Australian Julius Avery is to head up the movie “Samaritan”, whose shooting and release have been postponed due to the pandemic.

August 31

“Three thousand years of longing”

Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton star in this George Miller-directed film, his first since Mad Max – The Road to Chaos. Idris Elba embodies the jinn, who offers him three wishes in exchange for his freedom.

“Future Crimes” – June 3

Even if David Cronenberg takes the same title as his 1970 movie, it is by no means a remake, this international production with Viggo Mortensen, Léa Seydoux and Kristen Stewart with interest in the member boom. The Canadian director’s brilliant return to science fiction and horror, the genres that cemented his fame, “Future Crimes” screened at the recent Cannes Film Festival and garnered a standing ovation for six minutes.

“The Gray Man” – July 15

With a production budget of $200 million, it is the most expensive film the platform has ever produced, which is currently undergoing a budget restructuring. Ryan Gosling is the title of this feature film signed by the Russo brothers—yes, the tandem who took over the lead on “The Avengers” after Joss Whedon. The actor plays a mercenary, a former CIA employee and special operations specialist, who is forced to flee after discovering a shocking secret about the organization. Chris Evans, another Marvel defector, plays Gosling’s former classmate who leads the search.

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