Five hot upcoming movies to watch this summer.
Posted 2017-04-20 15:15:18 935
Summer is coming and we will be ready for a cold treat as some of the best movies will be releasing soon. Here is the list of most awaited movies coming out this summer. Enjoy!
“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” (May 5): Against all odds, like an on-the-ropes superhero giving it his all, this collection of once-obscure Marvel comic book characters was a huge hit in its 2014 film debut. Of course, it’s not that surprising given director James Gunn’s history of expert handling of offbeat characters and stories. In this sequel, see two green aliens, a tree, a raccoon and a half-human guy right wrongs across the galaxy while keeping their dysfunctional family together.
“Wonder Woman” (June 2): In contrast to the brighter Marvel movies, the DC cinematic universe is a grim, joyless slog. You know, things you think of when you think of Superman. “Wonder Woman” looks like it might change that by offering an uplifting look at its hero. The trailers have so far shown humor, warmth and plenty of action.
“Baby Driver” (June 28): Look, everyone knows heist films are the best films. And some of the best parts of heist films are the driving parts. Here, a young getaway driver wants out of the game and is pursued by a crime boss played by Kevin Spacey, who’s really good at playing scumbags. There’s also a gang of robbers made up of John Hamm, Jamie Foxx and Flea. Isn’t that enough?
“The Dark Tower” (Aug. 4): It’s not news that a Stephen King story is being made into a movie, but it is news that this one is. A sprawling epic, the series of books involves a lone gunslinger on a multi-dimensional quest to save reality and connects a lot of King’s work in a complicated web. Also, the gunslinger is played by Idris Elba, so, you know, go see it.
“Detroit” (Aug. 4): In 1967, Detroit’s 12th Street Riot exploded onto the streets when police raided an illegal bar. Part of the days of rioting that followed included what’s known as the Algiers Motel Incident, where police violence particularly escalated, and is the focus of the film. It’s a time from Detroit and Michigan history that left scars, and audiences here will likely have a lot of interest.