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The 18 most anticipated movies coming out this summer

Summary List Placement"The Mitchells vs. The Machines" (OUT NOW, Netflix) If you haven't watched this fantastic animated movie you are missing out. It follows a family taking a road trip cross country to drop off their oldest daughter at college but things change when a robot apocalypse interferes. It's hilarious as much as it is good-natured. "Spiral" (May 14, in theaters) This spin-off of the successful "Saw" horror franchise finds Samuel L. Jackson and Chris Rock investigating a series of gruesome murders. "Army of the Dead" (May 14, in theaters. May 21, Netflix) Zack Snyder comes off the completion of his "Justice League" Snyder cut with an...

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“The Mitchells vs. The Machines” (OUT NOW, Netflix)

If you haven’t watched this fantastic animated movie you are missing out.

It follows a family taking a road trip cross country to drop off their oldest daughter at college but things change when a robot apocalypse interferes.

It’s hilarious as much as it is good-natured.

“Spiral” (May 14, in theaters)

This spin-off of the successful “Saw” horror franchise finds Samuel L. Jackson and Chris Rock investigating a series of gruesome murders.

“Army of the Dead” (May 14, in theaters. May 21, Netflix)

Zack Snyder comes off the completion of his “Justice League” Snyder cut with an journey into the zombie genre.

Dave Bautista leads a rag-tag group of mercenaries as they travel to Las Vegas to pull off a heist at a casino — in the middle of a zombie apocalypse.

“Cruella” (May 28, in theaters and Disney Plus)

From the director of “I, Tonya,” we get the origin story of Cruella da Vil with Emma Stone in the villainous role.

“A Quiet Place Part II” (May 28, in theaters)

After several delays due to the pandemic, the sequel to John Krasinski’s hit 2018 movie is finally upon us.

“The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” (June 4, in theaters)

Once more Ed Warren (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) embark on a chilling paranormal investigation in the latest instalment of this successful franchise.

“In the Heights” (June 11, in theaters and HBO Max)

This anticipated musical from the director of “Crazy Rich Asians” adapts the acclaimed stage musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda.

“Luca” (June 18, Disney Plus)

Despite frustration behind the scenes at Pixar over its movies going straight to Disney Plus, we’re excited to see what they have cooked up next.

Here we follow two friends as they travel through a small town in Italy. However, they have a secret: they are sea monsters.

“F9” (June 25, in theaters)

The family returns. Vin Diesel and the rest of the “Fast and Furious” gang are back for another adventure and have John Cena on for the ride playing Dom’s (Diesel) evil little brother.

“Zola” (June 30, in theaters)

The latest A24 release takes on the infamous 148-tweet Twitter thread in which Zola (Taylour Paige) meets sex worker Stefani (Reily Keough) and the two embark on a pole dancing adventure.

“The Tomorrow War” (July 2, Amazon Prime Video)

Chris Pratt stars in this futuristic adventure in which humanity is losing the war over an alien force.

“Black Widow” (July 9, in theaters and Disney Plus)

We will finally see a Marvel movie in theaters this summer.

The long-awaited standalone Black Widow movie stars Scarlett Johansson in the Avengers role in an adventure that takes place in the events following “Captain America: Civil War.”

“Space Jam: A New Legacy” (July 16, in theaters and HBO Max)

25 years after Michael Jordan teamed with the Looney Tunes characters to defeat the “Monstars,” now LeBron James has been tapped for another game that’s filled with dazzling CGI and callouts to villains from the Warner Bros. archives.

“Old” (July 23, in theaters)

In this latest M. Night Shyamalan tale, a family hanging out at a beautiful beach realized their lives are being reduced into a single day.

“Jungle Cruise” (July 30, in theaters)

Emily Blunt and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson team up for this family fun adventure based on the classic Disney ride.

“The Suicide Squad” (August 6, in theaters at HBO Max)

James Gunn (“The Guardians of the Galaxy” franchise) takes on the twisted DC Comics villains in a new movie that brings back some of the characters from the 2016 movie — like Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) and Captain Boomerang (Jai Courtney) — but a whole lot of new ones also.

“Free Guy” (August 13, in theaters)

Ryan Reynolds plays a bank teller who realizes he’s a background character in a popular open-world video game.

“Candyman” (August 27, in theaters)

This direct sequel from the beloved 1992 horror classic finds the spooky happenings that take place in the now gentrified Chicago neighborhood where the first movie took place.

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