Summer Blockbusters

The Hangover Part III:

Starring: Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis

Director: Todd Phillips

 The wolf pack heads back to Vegas in the conclusion of the Hangover trilogy. Sure, the Hangover gimmick may be up, but there’s no doubt  fans will continue to laugh at the crew’s stupidity and crazy acts.

 

Iron Man 3

Starring: Robert Downey, Jr., Guy Pearce

Director: Shane Black

 In the third film in the Iron Man series, Tony Stark is up against a terrorist called the Mandarin. The trailer looks incredible visually and should be another great addition to an already fantastic series.

 

The Wolverine

Starring: Hugh Jackman, Will Yun Lee

Director: James Mangold

 This movie is the next in the series of X-men spinoffs. Wolverine heads to Japan to face an old enemy that will impact his future. Maybe it will be better than the previous Wolverine movie.

 

The Great Gatsby

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan

Director: Baz Luhrmann

 After the release date was pushed back from December to May, the anticipation has been even more intense. This is one of America’s greatest novels, and anything DiCaprio touches is gold. In this film, he plays a war veteran who begins to live a lifestyle similar to his millionaire neighbor.

 

Now You See Me

 

Starring: Jesse Eisenberg, Michael Caine

Director: Louis Leterrier

 A team of illusionists begin to perform bank heists during the middle of their performances, which puts the FBI on their trail. The trailer showed some crazy cinematic visuals and looks pretty thrilling.

 

The Internship

Starring: Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn

Director: Shawn Levy

 Two old-school salesmen acquire internships with Google. In the internship, they have to compete with more tech-savvy students to survive. Wilson and Vaughn together always provide a hilarious film.

 

Star Trek Into Darkness

Starring: Chris Pine, Zoe Saldana

Director: J.J. Abrams

 Apparently, the Enterprise has a double agent within, and Captain Kirk has to lead a manhunt. The first movie in this series was phenomenal; maybe J.J. Abrams and team continues to one-up themselves and wow us with this film.

 

After Earth

Starring: Will Smith, Jaden Smith

Director: M. Night Shayamalan

 Father and son crash land on Earth 1,000 years after humans were forced to leave the planet. The son is forced to signal for help after his father is injured. Based on the trailer, this is looking to be Will Smith’s best flick since “I Am Legend.”

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