Top Summer 2024 Movies Inside Out 2 to Twisters

Top Summer 2024 Movies Inside Out 2 to Twisters

This summer is shaping up to be a blockbuster season for moviegoers, with a diverse lineup of films that promise to cater to all tastes. From the highly anticipated Pixar sequel “Inside Out 2” to the thrilling return of “Twisters,” there’s something for everyone. Here’s a look at the top summer 2024 movies that you won’t want to miss.

“Inside Out 2” is set to hit theaters on June 14, and fans of the original Pixar film are eagerly awaiting its release. This time, Riley is a teenager, and her emotions, including new ones like Anxiety, voiced by Maya Hawke, face the challenges of adolescence. Directed by Kelsey Mann, the film features returning voices like Amy Poehler as Joy and Lewis Black as Anger, and tracks Riley’s journey through puberty.

Another highly anticipated sequel is “Twisters,” which is slated for release on July 19. Directed by Lee Isaac Chung, this follow-up to the 1996 classic “Twister” boasts a star-studded cast including Daisy Edgar-Jones, Glen Powell, Anthony Ramos, and Maura Tierney. With an estimated budget of $200 million, this film promises to deliver the same heart-pounding action and suspense as its predecessor.

For those who love superhero movies, “Deadpool & Wolverine” is a must-see. This film, which marks Marvel Studio’s first-ever R-rated superhero movie, is set to hit theaters on July 26. Directed by Shawn Levy, it stars Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool and Hugh Jackman as Wolverine. The plot involves a timeline-bending adventure with the Time Variance Authority, and the film has already set ticket pre-sale records.

Kevin Costner’s epic western, “Horizon: An American Saga,” will release its first two chapters this summer, with Chapter 1 debuting on June 28, and Chapter 2 following on August 16. This ambitious project spans 15 years during the American Civil War and features an ensemble cast including Costner, Sienna Miller, and Sam Worthington. Despite mixed reviews at the Cannes Film Festival, its epic scale warrants some hype.

Zoë Kravitz makes her directorial debut with the suspense thriller “Blink Twice,” hitting theaters globally on August 23. The film stars Kravitz’ fiancé Channing Tatum as tech billionaire Slater King, and Naomi Ackie as a cocktail waitress named Frida. When Slater invites Frida to his private island for a dream vacation, the idyllic setting soon takes a dark turn as strange occurrences make Frida question her reality.

“Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga,” which opened recently, is a prequel that dives into the origins of Charlize Theron’s “Mad Max: Fury Road” character, now played by Anya Taylor-Joy. Directed by George Miller, “Furiosa” showcases the same aesthetic and crazy action as “Fury Road,” detailing how the heroine came to work for the tyrannical Immortan Joe.

“Fly Me to the Moon,” set during the height of NASA’s Apollo 11 mission, offers a comedic and dramatic glimpse into the 1960s space race. Directed by Greg Berlanti, the film stars Scarlett Johansson as Kelly Jones, a savvy marketing expert, and Channing Tatum as Cole Davis, the mission’s launch director. The Apple Original Film premieres in theaters on July 12.

“Despicable Me 4,” the fourth installment of the beloved animated franchise, is coming on July 3. The film follows Gru, still voiced by Steve Carell, Lucy, voiced by Kristen Wiig, and their daughters as they welcome a new family member, Gru Jr., who is fixed on causing problems for his father. Directed by Chris Renaud, with a screenplay from “White Lotus” creator Mike White and Ken Daurio, and music from Pharrell Williams, “Despicable Me 4” aims to deliver its signature humor and charm.

“Alien: Romulus,” directed by Fede Álvarez, is set to release on August 16. This latest twist on the iconic sci-fi horror franchise is positioned between the events of “Alien” (1979) and “Aliens” (1986). The plot follows a group of young space travelers who encounter creatures called ‘Xenomorphs’ while scavenging an old space station.

M. Night Shyamalan and his daughter, Ishana Night Shyamalan, both have spooky films slated for release this summer. “The Watchers,” Ishana’s feature directorial debut, will be released on June 7, and follows a young artist who becomes lost in a forest and finds herself trapped with three strangers, who are stalked by mysterious creatures. Then “Trap,” M.’s latest project, is set to premiere on August 9. This psychological thriller focuses on a father who takes his teenage daughter to a pop concert, only to find themselves entangled in some kind of sinister plot.

“A Quiet Place: Day One” is a prequel to the original “A Quiet Place” films. The story takes place on the very first day of the alien invasion, offering a look at the chaos that ensued when the creatures first arrived on Earth. Lupita Nyong’o stars as the lead character, stuck in a crumbling New York City. Joining her are Joseph Quinn, Alex Wolff, and Djimon Hounsou, who reprises his role from “A Quiet Place Part II.” The film is set to release on June 28.

With such a diverse lineup, summer 2024 is sure to be an exciting season for movie lovers. Whether you’re into animated family films, thrilling action movies, or dark psychological thrillers, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

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