Our handpicked showcase of the biggest blockbuster summer films you need to see!
Leonardo DiCaprio reteams with Baz Luhrmann to interpret F. Scott Fitzgerald's second-best novel, in theaters May 10.
J.J. Abrams comes back to the Star Trek world once more before tackling Star Wars. If there's one reason to see this movie, it's to figure out once and for all if Benedict Cumberbatch's scary villian is in fact friggin' Khan. In theaters May 17.
The never-aging Paul Walker, The Rock, and Vin Diesel are back for a legitmately surprising sixth time. What are they up to this time? And does it really matter? You're not paying to see the character development, so just keep looking at the shiny, shiny cars. In theaters May 24. http://gamehackerz.com
If anyone is going to make you a Shakespeare fan, it's gonna be Joss Whedon. Whedon takes a break from directing superheroes this summer for this classic retelling. In theaters June 7. A series of comic and tragic events continue to keep the two couples from truly finding happiness, but then again perhaps love may prevail.
Liked Pineapple Express? Well, replace weed with the end of the world and you've got the latest Seth Rogen/James Franco quote-a-thon. In theaters June 12.
Zach Synder attempt directorial redemption (read: The Watchman) in this long-awaited Superman reboot. In theaters June 14.
Enjoyed Spring Breakers? Then Bling Ring is like its more mature, plot-driven sister. Sofia Coppola takes on this real-life crime drama about a group of teens who break into celebrities homes and rob 'em blind. In theaters June 14. http://gamehackerz.com
Roland Emmerich blows up the White House (again) in his newest action blockbuster starring Channing Tatum, Jamie Foxx, and Maggie Gyllenhaal. In theaters June 28. While on a tour of the White House with his young daughter, a Capitol policeman springs into action to save his child and protect the president from a heavily armed group of paramilitary invaders.
Wanna laugh like you did the first time you saw Bridesmaids? Paul Feig grabs Melissa McCartney for what looks like the funniest buddy cop movie since Beverly Hills Cop. In theaters June 28.
What better way to come of age over this Summer than with Steve Carrell as a jerky boyfriend and Sam Rockwell has a water park worker/mentor. Co-directed by Dean Pelton (Jim Rash, Community) The Way Way Back is in theaters July 5.