Must see Summer Movies
It's the fourth go-round for Depp's iconic scalawag Captain Jack Sparrow, who's off to find the fountain of youth (this time without original co-star Keira Knightley and Orlando Bloom). Along the way. Sparrow encounters the King of England, zombles, and shape-shifting mermaids. But the biggest plot twist happened offscreen, when a surprise stowaway was discovered about a week before filming began. Cruz, who co-starred with Depp in 2001's Blow had signed on the play scheming, lusty pirate Angelica, the con'artist daughter of evildoer Blackbeard (McShanel) and a mysterious figure from Sparrow's past.
Staring Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, Peter Sarsgaard.
A buffed-up Reynolds plays cocky test pilot Hal Jordan, who is transported by a aliens to the planet Oa, where he's drafted into a sort of interstellar police force. He's more like a Han Solo, Reynolds says of Jordan. "Sarcastic, kind of witty and definitely not the dark, brooding character you see in a lot of comic-book films."
Starring Chris Evans, Hugo Weaving, Hayley Atwell, Tommy Lee Jones.
Meet Steve Rogers (Evans), a scrawny, wannable WW11 soldier rejected by the U.S. Army, then turned into a Nazi-clobbering powerhouse by a military experiment. "He doesn't have to work for it doesn't have to pump iron," says director Joe Johnston. "it every man's dream." To make Evans look underweight at first, his head was digitally grafted onto another actor's body, but he had to train two hours daily and eat constantly to become Captain America. "Some days I couldn't move from the couch", Evans says. "I felt like my stomach was going to burst."
Starring Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts
Hanks directed, cowrote, and stars in this gently comic look at life after a layoff. "The future has become the X factor for many folks, he says. "Not just making the house payments, but a deeper wonder of. What will people do with each day? Who will they be? "The star plays Larry a downsized big-box-store employee who enrolls in community college and romances his unhappily married speech teacher (Roberts). "What can he do but have faith in himself?" Hanks adds.
Starring Neil Patrick Harris, Jayma Mays: with voices of Katy Perry, George Lopez.
Harris didn't grow up a Smurfs fan. (They freaked me out," he say, laughing), but he liked them as co-stars. "They never forget their lines, he dead-pans. In the franchise's first animation and live-action hybrid, the Smurfs find themselves in Manhattan, bunking with Patrick (Harris) and Grace(Mays)as they try to return to Smurf Village. There will be new faces in the blue mix, but director Raja Gosnell vows, "All the characters people know and love will be there."
Kung Fu Panda Part 2 (May 26)
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (July 15)
Transformers:Dark of the Moon (July 1)
The Hangover Part 11 (May 26)
Super 8 (June 10)
Zookeeper (July 8)
Cowboys & Aliens (July 29)
Oneday (Aug 19)
Crazy, Stupid Love (July 29)
The Help (Aug 12)
X-Men: First Class (June 3)
Mr. Popper's Penguins (June 17)
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