Fandango Summer Preview Week

Welcome to Fandango's Summer Preview Week! All week long we'll be debuting new interviews, new clips, new images and new offers for many of this summer's biggest and most anticipated movies. We know it's a new season when blockbusters begin arriving at our favorite movie palaces. This summer is filled with exciting adventures featuring old friends, as well as all-new comedies, dramas and thrillers, plus frightening new horror films featuring both familiar and unfamiliar characters. Whether it's your favorite franchise returning to theaters or a unique original film your friends are buzzing about, check out our full preview below. Click on the movie titles to find tickets in your area.

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The Little Mermaid

May 26

Under the sea, young Ariel (Halle Bailey) yearns to discover a new world, and maybe experience true love for the first time. To do that, though, she'll need legs. Director Rob Marshall's romantic musical fantasy also stars Javier Bardem, Jonah Hauer-King and Melissa McCarthy.


About My Father

May 26

As much as he loves his father Salvo (Robert De Niro), Sebastian (Sebastian Maniscalco) loves Ellie (Leslie Bibb) even more, planning to propose to her in front of her parents (Kim Cattrall, David Rasche). When Salvo comes along, it leads to a hilarious clash of cultures.


The Machine

May 26

Once upon a time in Russia, Bert Kriescher befriended a mobster and enjoyed harmless fun. In the rowdy comedy, he gets dragged back to Russia, with his hapless father (Mark Hamill) in tow, and must resolve unfinished business with people he didn't know he offended in the first place.



May 26

Gerard Butler stars as a CIA operative who must flee Afghanistan with his loyal translator (Navid Negahban) after their cover is blown. Their survival becomes increasingly perilous as Afghan special forces pursue them relentlessly in the suspenseful thriller, directed by Ric Roman Waugh ('Greenland').


You Hurt My Feelings

May 26

A long, supportive, loving marriage is threatened when a writer discovers what her husband privately thinks of her work. If he’s been fibbing about loving Beth’s (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) writing, is Don (Tobias Menzies) just telling a little white lie, or is their whole relationship based on deception?


The Boogeyman

June 2

Devastated by the loss of their beloved mother, Sadie (Sophie Thatcher) and her younger sister Sawyer (Vivien Lyra Blair) begin seeing things in the dark that are truly terrifying. Can their beleaguered father (Chris Messina) help? Can anyone? The horror thriller is based on an unforgettable story by Stephen King.


Past Lives

June 2

Two childhood friends from South Korea reunite as adults in New York. Over the course of an extraordinary week, they wrestle with notions of decisions, destiny and love.


Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

June 2

Brooklyn's own Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) does whatever he can as a friendly neighborhood Spider-Man until he is invited by Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld) into the Multiverse, where he learns about the Spider-People and realizes he must decide for himself how to be a true hero to those he loves.


Transformers: Rise of the Beasts

June 9

Mighty robots take many shapes, including those who have hidden for many centuries. The Autobots and the Maximals must all join together, along with a few humans, in order to battle a powerful force that threatens the survival of mankind. Anthony Ramos and Dominique Fishback star in the action adventure.


The Flash

June 16

Barry Allen (Ezra Miller) broke the universe, all by himself, to save his parents. He'll need a little help from his superhero friends to fix it. Sasha Calle, Michael Shannon, Ron Livingston, Maribel Verdú and Michael Keaton also star in an adventure in which worlds collide and new heroes emerge.



June 16

Elements don't mix, according to everyone. Or do they? In Pixar's spectacular new adventure, earth, air, water and fire have peacefully co-existed because the elements kept to themselves. When sparks fly between fiery Ember (Leah Lewis) and watery Wade (Mamoudou Athie), they explore an extraordinary environment from a fresh perspective.


The Blackening

June 16

Tired horror tropes are turned upside down when a group of Black friends venture to a cabin in the woods for a relaxing weekend, only to be stalked by a vicious killer. Who dies first? The comedy stars Grace Byers, Jermaine Fowler, Jay Pharoah and Yvonne Orji.


Asteroid City

Limited release June 16; wide release June 23

Set in 1955, Wes Anderson's newest wry comedy unfolds in a quiet American desert town, where a convention of young stargazers from across the country is interrupted by an event that may change the course of history. Tom Hanks, Jason Schartzman and Scarlett Johansson lead the all-star cast.


No Hard Feelings

June 23

Jennifer Lawrence stars as Maddie, who needs money. Desperately. She's a delivery driver whose car has been repossessed. Even worse, she's about to lose her childhood home. Reluctantly, she accepts a generous offer from concerned parents to "date" a young man badly in need of confidence. Raucous hijinks ensue.


Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny

June 30

Harrison Ford returns as the iconic hero archeologist on an all-new adventure, directed by James Mangold ('Logan'). Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Antonio Banderas, John Rhy-Davis and Mads Mikkelsen also star. Plot details are being kept under wraps, but, really, do you need to know more?


Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken

June 30

Ruby (Lana Condor) lives as a normal human in a normal high school with her protective mother (Toni Collette) until she discovers her true destiny under the sea. She must reclaim her royal heritage and learn from her Warrior Queen grandmother (Jane Fonda) how to battle the evil mermaids. 


JULY 2023

Insidious: The Red Door

July 7

Josh Lambert (Patrick Wilson) accompanies his beloved son Dalton (Ty Simpkins) to college, where demons from the past come roaring back to haunt him. Josh and Dalton must confront terrifying family secrets to vanquish the evil forever. Rose Byrne and Lin Shaye also star. Patrick Wilson directed. 
Joy Ride
July 7
Searching for her birth mother, Audrey (Ashley Park) is joined by her lifelong bestie Lolo (Sherry Cola), as well as her celebrity friend Kat (Stephanie Hsu) and Lolo's cousin Deadeye (Sabrina Wu). They journey across Asia on a madcap comic adventure that bonds them together, even as things get wild. 
Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning (Part One)
You will believe a man can fly. Tom Cruise returns as Ethan Hunt on a breathtaking action adventure. Hayley Atwell also stars as Grace, a mysterious character allied with Ethan as they are hunted by villains (Esai Morales, Pom Klementieff). Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg and Rebecca Ferguson reprise their roles.  
July 21
Driven by an urgent desire to save the world, even if he risked destroying it first, scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer (Cillian Murphy) helped develop the atomic bomb. Director Christopher Nolan tells an epic thriller about a pivotal moment in history. Emily Blunt, Matt Damon and Robert Downey Jr. also star.
July 21
Never underestimate the power of a doll. As colorfully imagined by director Greta Gerwig, life is but a dream for Barbie (Margot Robbie) and Ken (Ryan Gosling) in the magical world that is Barbie Land. Until, that is, Barbie is expelled and must enter the real world to find true happiness.
Haunted Mansion
Moving into a spacious old house, Gabbie (Rosario Dawson) resolves to make it into a welcoming home for her son Travis (Chase Dillon). To do that, she'll have to do something about all the ghosts. LaKeith Stanfield, Tiffany Haddish, Jamie Lee Curtis and Jared Leto join the creepy fun.  
Talk To Me
July 28
A group of friends enjoy a party game that Mia (Sophie Wilde) is only too happy to join, revolving around an embalmed hand. You really shouldn't play with dead things, as Mia discovers to her horror when supernatural forces are unleashed. Can she stop the terror before it kills her? 


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem
August 2
The Turtles are back in the Big Apple in a new animated tale from writer-producer Seth Rogen. Rogen lends his voice, too, along with the likes of Rose Byrne, Jackie Chan and Giancarlo Esposito. And the teenaged terrapins? Voiced by actual teenagers!

The Meg 2: The Trench

August 4

Just when you thought it was safe to go in the water, a familiar danger emerges from the Marianas Trench: More megalodons. Jason Statham is back on hand to defend humans against the prehistoric giant sharks.
August 4
With the time on his work visa running out, a toy designer connects with an outcast artist. Julio Torres and Tilda Swinton are hilarious as two people scrambling to maintain a foothold in New York City.
The Last Voyage of the Demeter
August 11
In Bram Stoker’s classic Dracula, the vampire travels from Carpathia to wreak havoc on London. The ship arrives without its crew. In The Last Voyage of the Demeter, we learn why. The tale of mounting vampiric terror on the high seas is directed by Andre Ovredal.
Gran Turismo
August 11
We’ve all seen movies where a video game player suddenly finds themselves using their gaming skills on the real thing. In Neill Blomkamp’s Gran Turismo, it’s not just a trope – it’s the story of real-life race car driver Jann Mardenborough. 
Blue Beetle
August 18
Jaime Reyes (Xolo Maridueña) is living his life when a blue beetle bonds with him, giving him superpowers and bringing the attention of the sort of people on whose radar you don’t to be. Fortunately, Jaime’s family is there to help him navigate his new life.
August 18

In this rude comedy adventure, loyal and lovable Border Terrier Reggie (Will Ferrell) falls hard when the crass Doug (Will Forte) abandons him on the streets. His new friends, led by Jamie Foxx, help him to accept his new reality and exact biting revenge upon Doug. 
White Bird
Limited release August 18; wide release August 25
A young man learns a thing or two about the power of kindness when his visiting grandmother tells him about her life as a Jewish girl in Nazi-occupied France. Stars include Helen Mirren, Gillian Anderson and Bryce Gheslar, reprising the role of Julian from Wonder.
Landscape with Invisible Hand
August 18
Life’s been pretty bleak since aliens landed and destroyed the world’s economic system. Realizing the invaders are fascinated by human courtship, two artistic teenagers launch a relationship reality show to support their families. What will the consequences be when they can’t maintain the fiction?
August 25
Sure, we’ve seen movies in which a couple of unpopular high school students set out to hook up with cheerleaders before graduation, but we’ve never seen one that puts queer teenage girls front and center – or that involves the teens starting a fight club to teach other girls how to defend themselves. Emma Seligman directs and Rachel Sennott and Ayo Edebiri star in one of the buzziest films of SXSW 2023.
The Equalizer
September 1
Seeking a change of scenery, former assassin Robert McCall turns to serving justice in Italy. Just when he thinks he’s made peace with his past, McCall learns that his new friends are beholden to organized crime bosses. Denzel Washington returns as McCall to wrestle with the existential dilemma.