After 10 years and 18 movies, the Marvel Cinematic Universe comes to a climactic peak with an epic crossover of superheroes. Will any of the Avengers or Guardians of the Galaxy meet their end at the bedazzled-gloved hand of Thanos? Find out with this year’s most anticipated movie.
When a burglar finds a captive woman in the house he’s robbing, he becomes part of a cat-and-mouse game with the homeowner. Independence Day co-creator Dean Devlin follows his directorial debut, Geostorm, with this intense thriller starring a maniacal David Tennant (Jessica Jones).
Anna Faris (Scary Movie) leads a gender-swapped remake of the 1987 Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn comedy. This time revenge turns to romance when a cleaning woman takes in a spoiled former client with amnesia (Mexican superstar Eugenio Derbez) and makes him believe they’re married.
The award-winning duo behind Juno -- director Jason Reitman and screenwriter Diablo Cody -- reunite with their Young Adult star, Charlize Theron, for another kind of maternal comedy. Mackenzie Davis (Blade Runner 2049) co-stars as the titular night nanny, who changes the life of an overwhelmed mother of three.
Gabrielle Union goes full mama bear on a group of home invaders (including Twilight’s Billy Burke) who hold her kids hostage while robbing the fortress-like house she’s inherited. Former Wachowskis protege James McTeigue (V for Vendetta) directs from a script by Ryan Engle, who usually writes Liam Neeson movies.
Recalling the old Rodney Dangerfield comedy Back to School, this movie stars Melissa McCarthy as a newly divorced housewife who returns to college, enrolling in classes alongside her daughter (Molly Gordon) and even joining a sorority. McCarthy is once again directed by her husband, Ben Falcone (The Boss, Tammy).
Fifty Shades of Grey fans have another movie to look forward to with this comedy starring screen icons Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen and Mary Steenburgen as four friends whose lives are changed after reading and becoming inspired by the erotic novel.
The Merc with a Mouth is back, and now he’s got a bunch of new friends in the form of X-Force, including Zazie Beetz as the luck-powered Domino. Josh Brolin also joins Ryan Reynolds’ wisecracking antihero as comic book favorite Cable, a mysterious adversary from the future.
Think Miss Congeniality for the canine set with this family film about Max, a police dog who goes undercover as a dog show contestant when the event comes under threat. The comedy features the voices of Ludacris and Jordin Sparks and co-stars Will Arnett as Max’s human partner.
Need some scoundrels in your life? The latest entry in the Star Wars franchise is a standalone prequel sharing the early adventures of Han Solo, back when he still stuck his neck out for nobody, as well as Chewbacca, Lando Calrissian and the once-shiny Millennium Falcon.
Inspired by a real, notoriously dangerous amusement park, this comedy brings the shenanigans of Jackass star Johnny Knoxville to the world of waterslides and rollercoasters. The actor performed a number of crazy stunts for the movie, many of them resulting in visits to the emergency room.
Shailene Woodley and Sam Claflin star as a young couple stranded in the middle of the ocean after sailing into one of the worst hurricanes on record. Director Baltasar Kormakur is no stranger to movies involving true stories of disaster, having helmed Everest and The Deep.
A family is haunted by its late matriarch in this horror film that earned rave reviews out of Sundance. Collaborating with one of the producers of The Witch, writer-director Ari Aster makes his feature debut with the movie, which stars Toni Collette (The Sixth Sense).
Jodie Foster stars as a woman known simply as The Nurse. She runs a secret, members-only hospital for criminals and the clientale guarantees a high-octane action-thriller. Sterling K. Brown, Sofia Boutella, Jeff Goldblum and Dave Bautista also star.
Not just a gender-swapped version of Ocean’s Eleven, this star-studded caper is actually a spin-off, with Sandra Bullock playing the sister of George Clooney’s heist mastermind. Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Rihanna and Mindy Kaling are also among the ensemble who team up to rob the annual Met Gala.
One of the most demanded sequels of all time, Pixar’s latest feature revisits the super-powered Parr family, which includes the heroes Elastigirl and Mr. Incredible and their kids Dash, Violet and baby Jack. This time, they have to deal with a supervillain known as The Underminer.
Blaxploitation is back, as this movie leads a wave of remakes of classic ‘70s crime films headed by African-American actors. The music video vet known as Director X is helming this version with Trevor Jackson starring as a drug dealer trying to get out of the business.
Jon Hamm, Ed Helms, Jake Johnson, Hannibal Buress and Jeremy Renner play childhood friends who still get together for games of tag in this action-packed comedy that’s actually based on a true story. The heavily improvised movie also stars Isla Fisher and Rashida Jones as the women in their lives.
Three years ago, Jurassic World rebooted the Jurassic Park series and became one of the highest-grossing movies of all time. Now comes a sequel with more dinosaurs, more of Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard bickering and the long-awaited return of Jeff Goldblum as Ian Malcolm.
Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro reprise their roles as special forces operative Matt Graver and former drug cartel hitman Alejandro Gillick in this sequel to the award-winning 2015 thriller Sicario. This time, the two team up as the drug war escalates into a battle over homeland security.
NBA star Kyrie Irving reprises his titular character, which originated in a series of Pepsi Max commercials, starring alongside Get Out scene stealer Lil Rel Howery and Girls Trip breakout Tiffany Haddish in this sports comedy. The plot involves Uncle Drew getting his old team back together for a street ball tournament.
Celebrate America’s birthday with this movie showing how the country falls to dark times with the inception of “The Purge.” The prequel to the popular horror series details the decision by the New Founding Fathers party to allow one night a year where anything goes, including murder.
If Avengers: Infinity War wasn’t too much Marvel for your summer, welcome back miniature superhero Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) in this sequel that elevates the role of Evangeline Lilly as his winged partner, The Wasp. Michael Douglas is also back, while Michelle Pfeiffer joins them as the original Wasp.
Adam Sandler and company return in what promises to be another delightful adventure with Dracula and his extended family. This time, Dracula thinks he's found true love on a cruise ship as he enjoys a long-awaited vacation, but shadowy surprises await.
Dwayne Johnson leaping out a helicopter in a single bound, hundreds of feet in the air? Yes, please! In this heroic adventure, he must save his family after a very tall building in China catches fire, all while battling bad guys, too.
Once again, former agent Denzel Washington must interrupt his retirement in behalf of an innocent party. We expect he will deliver swift justice as well. Antoine Fuqua also returns in the director's chair, assuring an action-packed adventure.
The singing sequel will sway back and forth in time, as Amanda Seyfried learns more about her mother (Meryl Streep) in her younger years (as embodied by Lily James). There will be tears and joy, no doubt, accompanied by cover versions of classic songs by Abba.
Tom Cruise risks life and limb after a mission goes wrong. He'll be joined by past and present members of his IMF team, including Rebecca Ferguson, Simon Pegg and Michelle Monaghan. Oh, and Henry Cavill, disguised with a mustache.
The sly, silly humor of the teenage heroes will be put to the test when they must put their dreams of Hollywood stardom on hold and stop a maniacal villain from taking over the world. The voice cast includes Nicolas Cage and Kristen Bell.
Mandy Moore, Amandla Stenberg and Gwendoline Christie star in a sci-fi thriller that imagines a world where people under 18 inspire genuine fear and mistrust among the adult population. To fight back, a small group of teens aim to reclaim control of their own future.
Things are not looking good for Christopher Robin (Ewan McGregor), all grown up and struggling to provide for his family. Then he reunites with his childhood friend Winnie-the-Pooh and everything changes.
Director Peter Berg's latest collaboration with Mark Wahlberg sounds like it will be another action-packed affair. Wahlberg stars as an intelligence officer who is tasked with smuggling a mysterious policeman with valuable information out of harm's way. Danger awaits at every turn.
A hyper-modern thriller told via the technology devices we use every day to communicate. A father (John Cho) desperately searches for clues on his teenage daughter's laptop after she goes missing. Debra Messing costars as a police detective conducting the investigation.
Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon star as best friends who spring into action after an ex-boyfriend is revealed to be a spy. They must evade deadly assassins, a suspicious British agent and other comic perils as they go on the run in Europe.
Unquestioning in their loyalty and steadfast in their devotion, dogs have long proven to be beloved companions, but in this romantic tale, they also show themselves to be great matchmakers for humans. Nina Dobrev, Vanessa Hudgens and Finn Wolfhard star.
Jason Statham vs. a 70-foot shark is great bait, but, as if that weren't enough, he also must confront his fears in order to save a group of scientists who are trapped in a submersible vehicle from the legendary prehistoric creature.
Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson star as con artists who compete to scam an unsuspecting rich man (Tim Blake Nelson). This gender-swapped remake of story most recently told in 'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels' opens up all kinds of modern comic possibilities.
We've often seen movies about extraterrestrials landing on Earth, but what happens to the survivors in the years that follow? John Goodman, Vera Farmiga and Madeline Brewer star in a sci-fi thriller that examines the lives of collaborators and dissidents after a shocking invasion.
Kevin Kwan's popular novel serves as the basis for a comedy about three wealthy Chinese families as they make elaborate preparations for a wedding. The cast is led by Constance Wu, Michelle Yeoh and Henry Golding.
Melissa McCarthy and Elizabeth Banks star in an unusual mystery that develops after the cast of an 80s TV show begin to be murdered, one by one. What's most unusual? They're all puppets. The comedy also stars Joel McHale and Maya Rudolph.
An ex-con (Joel Kinnaman) who has gone straight decides to infiltrate an organized crime gang as an undercover cop at a maximum security prison. Ana de Armas, Rosamund Pike, Common and Clive Owen costar.
James Franco, Zoe Kravitz, Dennis Quaid, Carrie Coon and Jack Reynor star in a thriller about an ex-con and his brother who go on the run, chased by a vengeful criminal, federal officers, and a host of bad guys.