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9 Movies Releasing This Summer That We Can't Wait to See

Summer is here, and with it comes a sizzling lineup of must-see movies that will light up the big screen. From spine-tingling horror flicks to big-budget Marvel movies, heartwarming indie tales, and fun-filled family adventures, this season's cinematic offerings are hotter than ever.

Check out our list of the hottest movies this summer. 

A Quiet Place Day One

Release Date: June 28 

In Theaters

Before the first movie's events, a woman named Susan (Lupita Nyong’o) is trying to survive an alien invasion of New York City. Discover why the world went silent in the third installment of the Quiet Place franchise starring Nyong’o, Joseph Quinn and Alex Wolff. Directed by Micheal Sarnoski.

Beverly Hills: Cop Axel F

July 3 

Streaming on Netflix

Alex Foley Has returned to Beverly Hills after his daughter, Jane, life is threatened. In this family reunion, Jane and Axel team up with John Taggart and Billy Underwood to turn up the heat and uncover the conspiracy against him. The film stars Eddie Murphy, Joseph Gordon-LevittKevin Bacon and Taylor Paige. Directed by Mark Molloy.

Despicable Me 4 

July 3

In Theaters

After escaping his incarceration, Maxime Le Mal and his girlfriend Valentina seek revenge on Gru and his family, including his newborn son, Gru Jr., putting them into relocation for their protection, where they meet their new neighbors, the Prescotts and their daughter Poppy. In a way to even the odds, Gru and his minions ally with Poppy. The film brings back Steve Carell as Gru and Kirsten Wiig as Lucy Wilde with a star co-cast of Joey King, Will Ferrell, Sofia Vergara and Miranda Cosgrove. 

Sound of Hope: Possum Trot

July 4

In Theaters

Inspired by the true story, the film follows Donna & Reverend Maryin as they ignite a fire in the hearts of their rural church to embrace kids in foster care that no one else would take in. By doing the impossible--adopting 77 children-- this East Texas community proved that with determined love, the battle for America's most vulnerable can be won. The film stars Nina King, Demeturis Groose and Elizabeth Mitchell, and Joshua Wiegel directed. 

Divorce In Black

July 11

Streaming on Prime Video

Ava, a young bank professional, is devastated when her husband abandons their marriage. She's determined to fight until fate intervenes, revealing the wicked deeds that once upon a time sabotaged Ava's destiny to connect with her soulmate. The film is set to star Meagan Good, Cory Hardrict, Joseph Lee Anderson, Taylor Polidore, Shannon Wallace, Richard Lawson, and Debbi Morgan.

Sing Sing 

July 12

In Theaters

Colman Domingo stars in this movie about a few incarcerated men who begin acting in a theater group. This fall festival breakout is based on The Sing Sing Follies by John H. Richardson and Breakin’ the Mummy’s Code by Brent Buell and co-stars Paul Raci as well as several former prisoners.

Deadpool & Wolverine 

July 26

In Theaters

Wade Wilson lives a quiet life, having left his time as the mercenary Deadpool behind him until the Time Variance Authority (TVA)—a bureaucratic organization that exists outside of time and space and monitors the timeline—pulls him into a new mission. With his home universe facing an existential threat, Wilson reluctantly joins with an even more reluctant Wolverine on a mission that will change the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman make their superhero return with Emma Corrin making her superhero debut.


August 9

In Theaters

Cooper, a serial killer dubbed "The Butcher", joins his daughter at a concert for pop star Lady Raven, an event he realizes is a trap set by police to catch him. The original film is directed by M.Night Shyamalan and stars Will Hartnett, Saleka and Ariel Donoghue.

Alien: Romulus 

August 16

In Theaters

Set between the events of Alien (1979) and Aliens (1986), the story concerns a group of young space colonists who, while scavenging a derelict space station, face to face with the most terrifying life form in space. The film stars Cailee Spaeny, Isabela Merced, Archie Renaux, and David Jonnson. The film was directed by Fede Alvarez.


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