• SENSEX
    NIFTY 50
Unwind

The most awaited Hollywood movies this summer

Updated : May 04, 2019 08:58 AM IST

Summer starts in May at the movies and we have you covered with a month-by-month guide of what’s playing at the theatres, and on Netflix, from the biggest blockbusters to the smallest indies. Sit back and enjoy!

The Lion King (July 19) —Jon Favreau's hyper-realistic CG update of the animated classic featuring the voices of Donald Glover, Beyoncé, Seth Rogen and James Earl Jones, returning as Mufasa. (Disney via AP)
The Lion King (July 19) —Jon Favreau's hyper-realistic CG update of the animated classic featuring the voices of Donald Glover, Beyoncé, Seth Rogen and James Earl Jones, returning as Mufasa. (Disney via AP)
The Farewell (July 12) — This Sundance phenomenon stars Awkwafina in a rare dramatic role as one part of a Chinese American family that decides to lie to their grandmother about her terminal diagnosis. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
The Farewell (July 12) — This Sundance phenomenon stars Awkwafina in a rare dramatic role as one part of a Chinese American family that decides to lie to their grandmother about her terminal diagnosis. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Blinded by the Light (Aug 14) —A teenager in the UK in 1987 finds solace in the music of Bruce Springsteen in this film based on journalist Sarfraz Manzoor's memoir.. (Warner Bros. Pictures via AP)
Blinded by the Light (Aug 14) —A teenager in the UK in 1987 finds solace in the music of Bruce Springsteen in this film based on journalist Sarfraz Manzoor's memoir.. (Warner Bros. Pictures via AP)
The Hustle (May 10) — Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson put a female spin on
The Hustle (May 10) — Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson put a female spin on "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels." (Christian Black/Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures via AP)
Late Night (June 7) — Mindy Kaling wrote and stars in this comedy about an aspiring comedy writer who gets the dream job on the writing staff of Emma Thompson's late night show.  (Emily Aragones/Amazon Studios via AP)
Late Night (June 7) — Mindy Kaling wrote and stars in this comedy about an aspiring comedy writer who gets the dream job on the writing staff of Emma Thompson's late night show.  (Emily Aragones/Amazon Studios via AP)
Men in Black: International (June 14) — Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth take up the mantle of this franchise with
Men in Black: International (June 14) — Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth take up the mantle of this franchise with "Straight Outta Compton" director F Gary Gray at the helm. (Giles Keyte/Sony/Columbia Pictures via AP)
Yesterday (June 28) — A freak accident ends up erasing The Beatles and their music from the world's memory except for the one struggling musician who uses it to his advantage in this charmer from director Danny Boyle. (Jonathan Prime/Universal Pictures via AP)
Yesterday (June 28) — A freak accident ends up erasing The Beatles and their music from the world's memory except for the one struggling musician who uses it to his advantage in this charmer from director Danny Boyle. (Jonathan Prime/Universal Pictures via AP)
Rocketman (May 31) — Taron Egerton uses his own voice to play Elton John in this fantasy musical biopic, with Jamie Bell and Richard Madden.  (David Appleby/ Paramount Pictures via AP)
Rocketman (May 31) — Taron Egerton uses his own voice to play Elton John in this fantasy musical biopic, with Jamie Bell and Richard Madden.  (David Appleby/ Paramount Pictures via AP)
The Souvenir (May 17) — Tilda Swinton co-stars in this Sundance breakout about a young film student who gets wrapped up in a fraught relationship. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
The Souvenir (May 17) — Tilda Swinton co-stars in this Sundance breakout about a young film student who gets wrapped up in a fraught relationship. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Angel Has Fallen (Aug 23) — Gerard Butler is back for a third time as unlucky secret service agent Mike Banning. Now there's a problem on Air Force One, but Harrison Ford is not involved. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Angel Has Fallen (Aug 23) — Gerard Butler is back for a third time as unlucky secret service agent Mike Banning. Now there's a problem on Air Force One, but Harrison Ford is not involved. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Brahms: The Boy II (July 26) — An unsuspecting young family moves into the Heelshire Mansion and gets to meet Brahms in this sequel to the 2016 film, with Katie Holmes. (Caption: AP/Image: Twitter/Horror Returns)
Brahms: The Boy II (July 26) — An unsuspecting young family moves into the Heelshire Mansion and gets to meet Brahms in this sequel to the 2016 film, with Katie Holmes. (Caption: AP/Image: Twitter/Horror Returns)
Brian Banks (Aug 9) — The true story of a high school football star (Aldis Hodge) with a promising future at USC who is wrongly convicted for a crime and spends years in jail. Greg Kinnear co-stars as one of the people who tries to help. (Caption: AP/Image: YouTube)
Brian Banks (Aug 9) — The true story of a high school football star (Aldis Hodge) with a promising future at USC who is wrongly convicted for a crime and spends years in jail. Greg Kinnear co-stars as one of the people who tries to help. (Caption: AP/Image: YouTube)
Dora and the Lost City of Gold (July 31) — A live-action family adventure based on the animated series with Eva Longoria, Eugenio Derbez and Isabel Moner as Dora. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Dora and the Lost City of Gold (July 31) — A live-action family adventure based on the animated series with Eva Longoria, Eugenio Derbez and Isabel Moner as Dora. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (Aug 2) — The first
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (Aug 2) — The first "Fast & Furious" spinoff focuses on Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham's characters as they try to combat Idris Elba and help Shaw's sister (Vanessa Kirby). Expect equal amounts quips and muscles. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Good Boys (Aug 16) —From producer Seth Rogen, this raunchy comedy follows three sixth grade boys who ditch school one day. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Good Boys (Aug 16) —From producer Seth Rogen, this raunchy comedy follows three sixth grade boys who ditch school one day. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Official Secrets (Aug 23) — Keira Knightley plays a whistleblower in this political thriller from Gavin Hood. (Image: Teaser-Trailer/Caption: AP)
Official Secrets (Aug 23) — Keira Knightley plays a whistleblower in this political thriller from Gavin Hood. (Image: Teaser-Trailer/Caption: AP)
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (July 26) —Quentin Tarantino takes audiences back to Charles Manson-era Hollywood in this film about an actor (Leonardo DiCaprio), his stuntman (Brad Pitt) and neighbor Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie). (Image: Twitter/Caption: AP)
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (July 26) —Quentin Tarantino takes audiences back to Charles Manson-era Hollywood in this film about an actor (Leonardo DiCaprio), his stuntman (Brad Pitt) and neighbor Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie). (Image: Twitter/Caption: AP)
In The Shadow of the Moon (Aug 9) — Set in Chicago, a detective is searching for a serial killer who murders based on the lunar cycle. With Boyd Holbrook and Michael C Hall. (Image: Reuters/Caption: AP)
In The Shadow of the Moon (Aug 9) — Set in Chicago, a detective is searching for a serial killer who murders based on the lunar cycle. With Boyd Holbrook and Michael C Hall. (Image: Reuters/Caption: AP)
Brittany Runs a Marathon (Aug 23) —Jillian Bell plays a woman who attempts to change her messy, party-girl life around by starting to run in this charming Sundance acquisition. (Image: Reuters/Caption: AP)
Brittany Runs a Marathon (Aug 23) —Jillian Bell plays a woman who attempts to change her messy, party-girl life around by starting to run in this charming Sundance acquisition. (Image: Reuters/Caption: AP)
Luce (Aug 2) — The parents of an adopted teenager and model student start to question everything after reading a disturbing essay he wrote. With Naomi Watts and Octavia Spencer. (Image: Reuters/Caption: AP)
Luce (Aug 2) — The parents of an adopted teenager and model student start to question everything after reading a disturbing essay he wrote. With Naomi Watts and Octavia Spencer. (Image: Reuters/Caption: AP)
The Kitchen (Aug 9) —When their husbands are arrested by the FBI, Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish and Elisabeth Moss have to run the Hell's Kitchen organized crime scenes in the 1970s in this film loosely based on a comic. (Image: Reuters/Caption: AP)
The Kitchen (Aug 9) —When their husbands are arrested by the FBI, Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish and Elisabeth Moss have to run the Hell's Kitchen organized crime scenes in the 1970s in this film loosely based on a comic. (Image: Reuters/Caption: AP)
The Informer (Aug 16) —A former criminal played by Joel Kinnaman is working undercover for the FBI when a dicey job takes him back to his old prison in this adaptation of the novel
The Informer (Aug 16) —A former criminal played by Joel Kinnaman is working undercover for the FBI when a dicey job takes him back to his old prison in this adaptation of the novel "Three Seconds." (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Where'd You Go, Bernadette (Aug 16) —Filmmaker Richard Linklater adapts Marla Semple's bestseller about a woman (Cate Blanchett) who perplexes her family when she suddenly disappears. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Where'd You Go, Bernadette (Aug 16) —Filmmaker Richard Linklater adapts Marla Semple's bestseller about a woman (Cate Blanchett) who perplexes her family when she suddenly disappears. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
The Great Hack (July 24) —This documentary takes a close look at the Cambridge Analytica scandal. (AP)
The Great Hack (July 24) —This documentary takes a close look at the Cambridge Analytica scandal. (AP)
David Crosby: Remember My Name (July 19) — A documentary about the singer-songwriter. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
David Crosby: Remember My Name (July 19) — A documentary about the singer-songwriter. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Stuber (July 12) — A ride-share driver played by Kumail Nanjiani gets in over his head when he takes a cop (Dave Bautista) on pursuit as a passenger in this comedy. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Stuber (July 12) — A ride-share driver played by Kumail Nanjiani gets in over his head when he takes a cop (Dave Bautista) on pursuit as a passenger in this comedy. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
21 Bridges (July 12) — Chadwick Boseman puts down his
21 Bridges (July 12) — Chadwick Boseman puts down his "Black Panther" suit to play a disgraced NY detective pursuing a cop killer in this gritty thriller with Taylor Kitsch and Stephan James. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Ophelia (July 5) —The women of
Ophelia (July 5) —The women of "Hamlet" take center stage in this film with Daisy Ridley and Naomi Watts. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Midsommar (July 3) —
Midsommar (July 3) —"Hereditary" director Ari Aster is back to scare audiences again with this film about a couple vacationing in a Swedish village with possible cult tendencies. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Spider-Man: Far From Home (July 2) — There is life after
Spider-Man: Far From Home (July 2) — There is life after "Avengers: Endgame" for Peter Parker (Tom Holland) on a school trip to Europe, where Jake Gyllenhaal's Mysterio complicates things.
Annabelle Comes Home (June 28) — In this third
Annabelle Comes Home (June 28) — In this third "Annabelle" film Ed and Lorraine Warren's daughter (Mckenna Grace) and her babysitters are the targets of the murderous doll. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Toy Story 4 (June 21) — Woody, Buzz and Bo Peep are back with old and new pals, like Forky, in this sure-to-be emotional sequel about everyone's favorite sentient toys. (Image: Twitter/Caption: AP)
Toy Story 4 (June 21) — Woody, Buzz and Bo Peep are back with old and new pals, like Forky, in this sure-to-be emotional sequel about everyone's favorite sentient toys. (Image: Twitter/Caption: AP)
Child's Play (June 21) — Mark Hamill lends his vocal talents to the voice of the demonic doll Chucky in this reboot of the 1988 horror film, with Aubrey Plaza and Brian Tyree Henry. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Child's Play (June 21) — Mark Hamill lends his vocal talents to the voice of the demonic doll Chucky in this reboot of the 1988 horror film, with Aubrey Plaza and Brian Tyree Henry. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Murder Mystery (June 14) — Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler re-team for this film about a cop and his wife who become suspects in the murder of a billionaire. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Murder Mystery (June 14) — Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler re-team for this film about a cop and his wife who become suspects in the murder of a billionaire. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
The Dead Don't Die (June 14) — Jim Jarmusch brought together a starry cast, including Adam Driver, Bill Murray, Selena Gomez and Tilda Swinton, for this zombie comedy. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
The Dead Don't Die (June 14) — Jim Jarmusch brought together a starry cast, including Adam Driver, Bill Murray, Selena Gomez and Tilda Swinton, for this zombie comedy. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Shaft (June 14) — Samuel L Jackson returns to the role of John Shaft II in this Tim Story-directed film about his FBI agent son, John
Shaft (June 14) — Samuel L Jackson returns to the role of John Shaft II in this Tim Story-directed film about his FBI agent son, John "JJ" Shaft Jr., played by Jessie Usher. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
The Last Black Man in San Francisco (June 7) — A gem of a film about legacy, gentrification and the meaning of
The Last Black Man in San Francisco (June 7) — A gem of a film about legacy, gentrification and the meaning of "home." (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Dark Phoenix (June 7) — Sophie Turner's Jean Grey gets the spotlight in this X-Men sequel set a decade after the events of
Dark Phoenix (June 7) — Sophie Turner's Jean Grey gets the spotlight in this X-Men sequel set a decade after the events of "X-Men: Apocalypse." (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Ma (May 31) — Octavia Spencer terrorizes some young kids in this thriller from
Ma (May 31) — Octavia Spencer terrorizes some young kids in this thriller from "The Help" director Tate Taylor. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Godzilla: King of the Monsters (May 31) —
Godzilla: King of the Monsters (May 31) — "Stranger Things" breakout Millie Bobby Brown makes her big screen debut alongside Kyle Chandler, Vera Farmiga and O'Shea Jackson." (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Brightburn (May 24) — This James Gunn-produced thriller with Elizabeth Banks puts a sinister spin on a classic superhero tale. What if the alien child who crash lands on earth isn't actually good? (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Brightburn (May 24) — This James Gunn-produced thriller with Elizabeth Banks puts a sinister spin on a classic superhero tale. What if the alien child who crash lands on earth isn't actually good? (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Booksmart (May 24) — Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein star as overachieving high school students who decide to break the rules for once one epic night in this SXSW breakout comedy. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Booksmart (May 24) — Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein star as overachieving high school students who decide to break the rules for once one epic night in this SXSW breakout comedy. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Aladdin (May 24) — This live-action reboot of the animated classic from director Guy Ritchie finds Will Smith in the role of the Genie. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Aladdin (May 24) — This live-action reboot of the animated classic from director Guy Ritchie finds Will Smith in the role of the Genie. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum (May 17) — Everyone's favorite assassin is back and this time the Keanu Reeves character has a $14 million price on his head. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum (May 17) — Everyone's favorite assassin is back and this time the Keanu Reeves character has a $14 million price on his head. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Wine Country (May 8 theaters, May 10 Netflix) — Amy Poehler has assembled the Avengers of comedy, Maya Rudolph, Tina Fey, Paula Pell, Rachel Dratch and Ana Gasteyer, in this Netflix film about a heightened 50th birthday trip to Napa. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Wine Country (May 8 theaters, May 10 Netflix) — Amy Poehler has assembled the Avengers of comedy, Maya Rudolph, Tina Fey, Paula Pell, Rachel Dratch and Ana Gasteyer, in this Netflix film about a heightened 50th birthday trip to Napa. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Detective Pikachu (May 10) — Ryan Reynolds lends his voice to the cuddly yellow Pokemon in this live-action mystery. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Detective Pikachu (May 10) — Ryan Reynolds lends his voice to the cuddly yellow Pokemon in this live-action mystery. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile (May 3) — Zac Efron plays Ted Bundy in this unconventional look at the serial killer through the eyes of an ex-girlfriend (Lily Collins) witnessing his downfall in this Netflix drama. Also in select theaters. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile (May 3) — Zac Efron plays Ted Bundy in this unconventional look at the serial killer through the eyes of an ex-girlfriend (Lily Collins) witnessing his downfall in this Netflix drama. Also in select theaters. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Uglydolls (May 3) —The popular toys are voiced by some of music's biggest stars, including Kelly Clarkson and Pitbull, in this animated family film. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Uglydolls (May 3) —The popular toys are voiced by some of music's biggest stars, including Kelly Clarkson and Pitbull, in this animated family film. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Long Shot (May 3) —A childhood crush gets a second chance when a presidential hopeful (Charlize Theron) hires a speechwriter (Seth Rogen) who she used to babysit in this raucous comedy. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Long Shot (May 3) —A childhood crush gets a second chance when a presidential hopeful (Charlize Theron) hires a speechwriter (Seth Rogen) who she used to babysit in this raucous comedy. (Image: YouTube/Caption: AP)
Live TV

Ask Our Experts CNBC TV18

Send your queries on investments and have them answered by our experts

Enter your details

Post