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As summer heats up, movie theaters offer a great place to cool down. Here are five movie releases to look out for over the summer.
Top Gun: Maverick
Released on May 27 as a sequel to the 1986 film, “Top Gun,” this movie brings back familiar characters along with new faces as Tom Cruise’s character, Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, trains new pilots for a special assignment.
Jennifer Connelly and Miles Teller also star in this feature film.
The Bob’s Burgers Movie
Also released on May 27, this animated film follows the Belchers family in a new adventure that is perfect for newcomers as well as fans of the original animated television series.
Viewers can travel along with the Belchers family as they deal with a sinkhole that has opened up in front of their restaurant in this musical comedy.
Jurassic World Dominion
The finale of the “Jurassic World” trilogy, this is the sixth film overall in the “Jurassic Park” franchise. This movie follows Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard as characters Owen and Claire as they deal with new situations now that dinosaurs and humans are coexisting across the world.
The film was released on June 10 and features all three original “Jurassic Park” cast members, Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern and Sam Neill.
Thor: Love and Thunder
A direct sequel to “Thor: Ragnarok,” and the 29th movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Thor, played by Chris Hemsworth, must gather his crew to defeat Gorr the God Butcher, played by Christian Bale.
Natalie Portman returns to the “Thor” franchise in this film, as her character Jane Foster becomes the Mighty Thor, who can wield Thor’s hammer as well.
The movie releases in theaters on July 8.
Where the Crawdads Sing
Adapted from the book by the same name, this movie follows the story of a resourceful young woman, played by Daisy Edgar-Jones, who came of age in the swamps of the south. The plot thickens when she becomes the prime murder suspect in this thrilling mystery set in the 1950s.
The film is set to release in theaters on July 15.
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