- Wonder Woman (June 1)
Finally, a woman front and center in a superhero movie. It's been forever since this happened so make sure you show up and support Diana Prince a.k.a. Princess Diana of Themyscira a.k.a. Wonder Woman. Played by the gorgeous Gal Gadot, Diana leaves everything and everyone she has ever known to fight the good fight beside mortals during World War I.
- The Mummy (June 7)
What's a man to do after accomplishing the impossible? Move on to another incredible feat, like Tom Cruise's supernatural mission to defeat an evil ancient princess awakened during present day.
- Despicable Me 3 (June 14)
Just when you thought Gru's family couldn't get any bigger, Gru discovers he has a twin brother. Gru and Dru would've gotten along well if Gru was still a villain, but now that he's a reformed criminal, will he stay good or will he be tempted to go back to the dark side?
- Can We Still Be Friends? (June 14)
Can exes eventually become friends? That is the million-peso question that this local rom-com tries to answer. It's a simple, relatable story brought to life by Always Be My Maybe's Gerald Anderson and Arci Munoz.
- Transformers: The Last Knight (June 21)
It's a whole new world in the Transformers universe: no more Sam Witwicky, no more Optimus Prime (or at least the Optimus Prime you knew and loved). But if you can count on one constant thing, it's that unlikely alliances end up saving the world. This time, Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg) teams up with Bumblebee (yay, he's back!), an English lord, and an Oxford professor. Brains and brawn FTW.
- Everything, Everything (June 21)
Boy moves in next door, girl meets boy through the window, boy has to get a full decontamination before he can visit girl, boy and girl fall head over heels. This is Nicola Yoon's story of a girl (Amandla Stenberg) who has lived all her life in a germ-free bubble and a boy (Nick Robinson) who pokes that bubble and turns her life upside down. Read up on the scenes from the book that we're excited to see onscreen!
- Rough Night (June 28)
It's girls' night out gone incredibly wrong in this comedy about five college best friends back together for what was supposed to be an epic yet harmless bachelorette weekend. But life—or should we say, accidental murder—happens when you least expect it. Scarlett Johansson, Zoe Kravitz, Ilana Glazer, Kate McKinnon, Jillian Bell—if you love any or all of these ladies, then this one’s definitely for you.
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