Finding Dory - June 17 (USA)
If you haven't heard of Finding Dory, then it's very probable that you live under a rock. The hype surrounding this sequel to the beloved Finding Nemo has been unreal, since it was one that defined my generation's childhood. It was a pivotal film that made us so emotional and worried for these adorable sea creatures, and the highly anticipated sequel has been begged for for ten years now. I cannot wait to see this - either in the US or Spain - because it doesn't come until July 29th in the UK!
The Legend of Tarzan - July 1
When I was little, Tarzan and The Jungle Book were two of my favorite movies. I saw the new Jungle Book earlier this Spring/Summer, and it was so great, so now I'm excited to see the newest adaptation of Tarzan! The trailers are so dramatic and the CGI looks truly incredible. I have high hopes for this film, so hopefully I'm not let down! Either way, it's definitely going to be very different from the Disney classic.
The Secret Life of Pets - July 8
I absolutely love a cute, feel-good movie, and this one seems like just that. This film is exactly about what the title says - the lives that our beloved pets have while we are away. The main character is Max, a terrier, who enjoys his single-pet life with his owner, until she gets another dog, who is huge and slobbery. They take a walk together and end up on a huge misadventure, and later try to make it back home. It looks absolutely adorable, and since I love animals and cute movies, this seems right up my alley.
Ghostbusters - July 15
I can't say how excited I am to see this film! My family and I absolutely love the original, and still quote it to this day. Each woman is basically just trying to rid New York of ghosts who can possess people, like the original, like the original, and I can't wait to see how they each change up the movie. I'm so excited to see an all-female cast filled with such funny women! I'm a huge Melissa McCarthy fan, so I can't wait to see this.
Pete's Dragon - August 12
It seems like this is the summer of sequels and re-adaptations, because this film is the newest version of its older classic from 1977. This movie is about an orphan who allegedly lives in the forest with his pet dragon, and meets a young girl and tries to convince her so. The original was so cute, so I'm super excited to see if this new version is good as well!
Alright, well those are just five of the films I'm excited to see this summer, and five that you need to go see as well! Going to the movies is such a great way to go and escape from the summer heat, although, here in London, that is definitely not a problem!
What are you excited to see this summer?
Thank you so much for reading, and have a wonderful day! :)