The run of Avengers: Infinity War is almost over, and before we even have the chance to breathe and take in all that has happened, more films are set to hit theaters. It's almost beach season in the US, which means the rest of the world gets to enjoy the annual summer run of movies.
From a Marvel anti-hero starrer and a Statham-shark pairing, to the ultimate superhero family bonding and a comedy about a senior citizen baller, the next few months have a wide variety of big-screen offerings. Time to save up for that cinema trip!
Deadpool 2 (May 16)
The Merc with a Mouth is back, and this time he plays nice with other mutants to defend a youngster from the telekinetic commando Cable. Blood, violence, melee, and destruction, not to mention Deadpool's foul mouth? Sign us up.
Solo: A Star Wars Story (May)
No one can truly replace Harrison Ford as the titular character, but Alden Ehrenreich will give his damn best in the latest standalone Star Wars spinoff, which follows the smuggler's adventures before he became a vital cog in toppling the Empire.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (June 6)
Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard reprise their roles in in the latest chapter of the Jurassic Park franchise. But instead of running away from dinosaurs to survive, they return to their stomping ground and try to save the prehistoric creatures. Seems stupid but sure is fun.
Incredibles 2 (June 13)
Move over kids, a good number of grown-ass men have been waiting for this. Elastigirl is now the breadwinner of the superpowered household, while Mr. Incredible and the children adjust to suburban life. Will the sequel live up to the 14-year wait? We were kidding in the first line, of course they can watch.
Ocean's 8 (June 13)
George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and... oh wait, wrong Ocean's film. Sandra Bullock is Debbie Ocean in the spinoff of the hit Steven Soderbergh trilogy, and we follow her attempt to pull off a heist at the famous Met Gala in New York City with her all-female crew. Gender equality, gentlemen.
Uncle Drew (June)
Name a more iconic duo than basketball and comedy, we'll wait. With NBA superstar Kyrie Irving as the ankle-breaking and silky smooth Uncle Drew, this show is sure to be a one-and-a-half-hour highlight reel. Ball up.
Ant-Man and The Wasp (July 4)
In case you were wondering where Paul Rudd was in Infinity War, here's is your answer. Scott Lang now has a partner and he's also striving to live a dual life. Challenges of all shapes and sizes await our dry-humored, size-altering supe.
The First Purge (July)
The prequel to the Purge franchise, the fourth installment of the dystopian action horror reveals the origins of the day when lawbreaking becomes legal for 12 hours, in hopes of curbing the crime rate below one percent.
The Meg (August)
Jason Statham, an enormous shark, and the tagline, "Pleased to eat you." You'd think twice before taking a dip in the cool waters after seeing this American-Chinese science fiction action horro directed by Jon Turteltaub.
Equalizer 2 (September 5)
Denzel Washington takes on the persona of Robert McCall, a CIA operative-turned-vigilante hero, again serving up his own brand of justice. Payback's a bitch—this time, he'll be looking for the murderers of a longtime friend.