18 Summer Movies to Watch in a Theater This Year (2023)

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This summer might feel a lot like the summers pre-Covid, if only because from June to August there are several massive movies you’ll want to see in a theater. Starting June 2 with the arrival of “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse,” the summer looks bright and chock-a-block with bombastic features directed by some of the biggest directors out there.

If there’s any trend worth noting about this summer, it’s how franchise-heavy everything is. From a new continuation of “The Meg” to the (final?) installment of “Indiana Jones,” everything has franchise potential, even something like “Barbie” which could start a whole trend of live-action Barbie films.

On top of that, there’s a great combination of IP titles, like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and the “Mission: Impossible” series, as well as those with tangential connections to established franchises, like how “Last Voyage of the Demeter” is kind of a new Dracula movie.

Regardless, will audiences go out to a movie theater to see all of these? The hope is yes because there’s certainly a lot of entertainment to be found. With the studios reiterating that theatrical is a priority, there’s plenty here to entice someone to put on regular clothes and plunk down money for a ticket.

Here we have 18 movies you should make sure to see, in a theater, this summer.

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“Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” — June 2

2018’s “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” did many things – it established a bold animation style outside of the usual confines of western animation, drawing inspiration not only from Japanese anime but also the comic books origins of the movie’s narrative; gave the world a new Spider-Man in Miles Morales (Shameik Moore); became one of the few non-Disney-or-Pixar animated movies to win the Best Animated Feature Oscar; and introduced the concept of a multiverse, years before Marvel Studios made it the bedrock of their overarching storytelling. (The fact that the $1 billion-earning “Spider-Man: No Way Home” was just a live-action version of the first movie says everything.) For the sequel, writer/producers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller have assembled a new directing team (made up of “Soul” co-director Kemp Powers, killer animation director Joaquim Dos Santos and former production designer Justin K. Thompson) and gave Miles Morales even more Spider-folk to interact with (including Oscar Isaac’s Spider-Man 2099, Issa Rae’s Spider-Woman and Daniel Kaluuya’s Spider-Punk), not to mention a villainous, portal-powered foe named The Spot (Jason Schwartzman). That’s a lot for Miles to deal with! Good thing there’s another movie (“Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse”), due out next spring. – Drew Taylor

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“Transformers: Rise of the Beast” — June 9

After six years, the former king franchise of the box office is back on the summer slate, this time without longtime director Michael Bay. "Creed II" director Steven Caple Jr. takes over in this film that sees the arrival of the Maximals -- stars of the '90s "Transformers" spinoff "Beast Wars" -- to team up with the Autobots for a battle against the planet-devouring Unicron. - Jeremy Fuster

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“The Flash” — June 16

31 years after last donning the cape and cowl in 1992’s “Batman Returns,” Michael Keaton triumphantly returns to the role of Tim Burton’s Batman in Warner Bros. epic multiverse saga "The Flash.” Gen X’ers who grew up with Keaton’s Batman are in for a treat as he over delivers and chews up the scenery along with having a versatile batsuit that allows the actor to really shine. The film also sees Ben Affleck return to his role as the Snyderverse Batman, making for a unique multiverse crossover. Ezra Miller also gives an amazing performance in the dual role of Barry Allen in two timelines. The highly entertaining movie directed by Andy Muschietti is everything that is great about superhero cinema and my most anticipated film of not only the summer but the year! An absolute must watch! – Umberto Gonzalez

“Elemental” — June 16

Pixar’s Peter Sohn is such a legendary figure at Pixar – he was the inspiration for Russell in “Up;” has voiced characters in “Ratatouille,” “Monsters University,” “Luca” and “Lightyear;” and oversaw the Pixar-led Americanization of Hayao Miyazaki’s masterpiece “Ponyo” – that it’s easy forget he’s one of the studio’s most talented filmmakers too, serving on the so-called Brain Trust and directing 2015’s charming “The Good Dinosaur.” “Elemental,” Sohn’s first movie since “The Good Dinosaur,” is as ambitious and dynamic as Pixar movies get – set in a world where the four elements (air, fire, water and earth) are anthropomorphic beings. Inspired by his own upbringing as the child of two immigrants, the movie focuses on Ember (Leah Lewis), a bristly young fire woman, who falls in love with Wade (Mamoudou Athie), a weepy water man. Most romantic comedies feature an element of opposites attracting but this is really opposites attract. As only the second Pixar movie to get a theatrical release since 2020’s “Onward” (which opened mere days before the global pandemic), all eyes are on “Elemental” and its dizzy, whirligig world. It’s time Pixar movies were once again treated like the communal events that they were before lockdown. – DT

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“Asteroid City” — June 16

I do not know if I will enjoy “Asteroid City” more than “The French Dispatch,” a film that didn’t quite engross me in its first two segments but utterly enraptured me in its third and final story. However, 25 years after “Rushmore,” Wes Anderson remains a definitively American filmmaker whose eccentricities and signatures are so outwardly visible that they are almost too easy to satirize. He remains the last recognizable auteur from the late 1990s who is still doing exactly what he wants to do on a studio-sized budget without relying on brands, IP or Blumhouse-sized budgets. Be they good or bad, a Wes Anderson film stands out as entirely unique unto itself, a film stacked with top-flight actors relishing a chance to play in the sandbox, that is impossible to be mistake for anything else, and that alone makes “Asteroid City” one to watch. – Scott Mendelson

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“Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” — June 30

Harrison Ford returns in his signature role as iconic adventurer Indiana Jones in the latest, and perhaps final, installment of the Indiana Jones franchise, “Dial of Destiny.” The film, directed by James Mangold, is the fifth installment in the Indiana Jones franchise (and the first not directed by Steven Spielberg) and promises to be full of action, adventure, and suspense. The plot of the film is still mostly under wraps, but it has been confirmed that the story will take place in the late 1960s and early 1970s, with Ford's Indiana Jones embarking on a new adventure that will take him to various locations around the world. Joining Ford in the cast are Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Mads Mikkelsen, and Thomas Kretschmann, among others. Fans of the franchise are eagerly anticipating the return of Ford as Indiana Jones, and with Mangold at the helm, the film is sure to be a thrilling ride, especially for us Gen X kids who grew up watching Indy in the theater. – UG

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“Joy Ride” — July 7

The red-band trailer for this put the widest smile on my face and half the lines I loved I can’t quote here in good conscience. Adele Lim wrote the fantastic “Crazy Rich Asians” and gave us the underappreciated Disney feature “Raya and the Last Dragon” so anytime her name is attached to something, I’m in. Add to that an utterly fantastic cast, from “Emily in Paris” star Ashley Park to Oscar-nominee (and winner in my heart) Stephane Hsu, and you have the makings of comedy gold. I can’t wait to be in a packed theaters hearing people laugh their asses off. It’s been too long since we’ve gotten a raunchy and heartwarming story of friendship involving women, so I’m ready to pack my bag and go on a “Joy Ride” with these gals. - Kristen Lopez

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“Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part 1” — July 14

In a skewed way, “Mission: Impossible” invented the modern franchise, in that it paired a top-tier movie star with a comparatively big action-centric IP and watched the money roll in. The series has evolved from “Tom Cruise as Generic Action Man in Action Hero Man Mode” to an almost autobiographical saga of a longtime public servant spending his life sacrificing for institutions that don’t love him back and often question his loyalty. Whether that’s a metaphor for Cruise’s time in Scientology or Cruise’s attempts to remain culturally relevant in a YouTube/Netflix world by being “just” an action star is an open question, but it has made the last few entries fascinating beyond top-shelf action thrillers. Moreover, in a world dominated by nostalgic IP adaptations where the primary motivation seems to be “don’t piss off the fans,” “Mission: Impossible” has become a critically-acclaimed, star-driven action franchise where the IP is almost beside the point and its popularity is mostly driven by its sheer quality. - SM

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“Theater Camp” — July 14

Storytime, everybody. Deep down, I dream of being a theater kid. I desperately wanted to be in theater in middle and high schools but, unfortunately, my school theaters weren’t exactly wheelchair friendly. But, thankfully, co-directors Molly Gordon and Nick Lieberman have me covered with “Theater Camp,” a film I’ve seen twice now and continue to love. The film follows a group of employees working at a theater camp in the Catskills. When their leader (Amy Sedaris) has a stroke during a school-age performance of “Bye Bye Birdie,” the employees scramble to craft a fantastic summer without her. Every scene in this film is hilarious, especially if you’re a Broadway fan and/or a theater kid yourself. Whether it’s Gordon and co-star Ben Platt doing a performance of all the plays being put on at the camp or Noah Galvan’s stage tech doing everything from hiding in curtains to pushing a wagon wheel the laughs aren’t far behind. More importantly, it showcases theater kids are a group of loveable weirdos who just want someone to let them sing. Seriously, I feel seen. - KL

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“Oppenheimer” — July 21

When Christopher Nolan decided to make a historical biopic, we all should have probably understood that said biopic would have involved perhaps the most crucial figure of World War II, feature extensive visual effects and the first-ever black-and-white IMAX photography, and have a budget of more than $100 million. Because, really, is there any other way? Based on the award-winning biography “American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer” by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin, Nolan’s film charts Oppenheimer’s involvement in the Manhattan Project and the first atomic bombs. Even though we all know how it ends, Nolan will undoubtedly create a white-knuckle thriller. The all-star cast includes Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr, Florence Pugh, Kenneth Branagh and Rami Malek. Considering how crowded with giant movies playing in large-format theaters this summer will be, it’s probably worth making “Oppenheimer” a priority. It’ll be explosive. – DT

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“Cobweb” — July 21

We haven't even seen a trailer for "Cobweb" yet, but the mysterious project earns a spot on this list through the potential of its creative pedigree alone. Starring Lizzy Caplan ("Fatal Attraction") and Antony Starr ("The Boys"), two of the most dynamic screen actors in the business right now, "Cobweb" is the English-language film debut of Samuel Botin; the French filmmaker who created the 2019 horror series "Marianne" -- easily one of the most bone-chilling, scream-stuck-in-your-throat scary TV shows of the decade. "Cobweb" centers on a young boy (Woody Norman) who is plagued by sounds and voices that his parents (Caplan and Starr) insist are all in his head. But when he investigates, he discovers his parents have a dark secret -- and as anyone who's seen "Marianne" can testify, Bodin has a masterful touch at turning dark secrets and childhood nightmares into on-screen terrors. -- Haleigh Foutch

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“Barbie” — July 21

From the minute Barbie (Margot Robbie) steps out of her fluffy pink heels and her feet remain arched, I knew “Barbie” would be my most anticipated film of the year. To be honest, this movie was always going to be made for me, considering it’s directed and co-written by Greta Gerwig, whose adaptation of “Little Women” from 2019 is a favorite, as is her tribute to our mutual hometown, Sacramento, with 2017’s “Lady Bird.” But to look at probably the most iconic doll of all time, a character whose entire existence is built off of fantasies crafted by young girls, the bar was set high. But that first trailer was a mélange of things I loved: from Ryan Gosling’s dim-witted Ken to the rather risqué “beach off” duel. I have zero idea what the plot is but I just need Robbie indulging in a Barbie fashion show and it’ll probably be my favorite thing of all time. - KL

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“Haunted Mansion” — July 28

The last movie based on the Disney Parks attraction The Haunted Mansion was, somehow, released 20 years ago. But while the earlier version (which starred Eddie Murphy and was directed by “Lion King” filmmaker Rob Minkoff) went for broader comedy beats, this “Haunted Mansion” looks to capture the true, um, spirit of the attraction – in particular the devilish mixture of laughs and screams. In this new story, Rosario Dawson plays a single mother who is looking to rid her new real estate investment of the 999 happy haunts (there’s always room for one more) and to that end hires a paranormal investigator (LaKeith Stanfield), a priest (Owen Wilson), a psychic (Tiffany Haddish) and a historian (Danny DeVito). Jamie Lee Curtis and Jared Leto play two of the mansion’s most famous ghost inhabitants – Madame Leota (whose head resides in a floating crystal ball) and the Hatbox Ghost (a character who resided in the mansion initially, and appeared in much of the merchandise, but whose effect never quite worked until a new version was installed in 2015). Judging by the two terrific trailers, this might be the “Haunted Mansion” we’ve been waiting for. Look alive. – DT

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“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem” — August 4

"TMNT" has been reimagined again and again since they were first created 40 years ago, and now its Seth Rogen's turn to present his spin on them. His pitch: emphasize the "Teenage" in "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" by having teen voice actors play Leo, Raph, Don and Mikey and let them ad-lib in the recording studio together. The goofy results from those recording sessions influenced this animated film in which the Turtles hope to be accepted by the people of New York, only to draw the ire of an army of mutants. - JF

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“Meg 2: The Trench” — August 4

What’s better than one murderous megalodon? Multiple malevolent megalodons! Considering the tongue-in-cheek nature of the marketing, echoing a strategy that helped turn the first “The Meg” into a surprise smash in the summer of 2018, it’s almost surprising that Warner Bros. Discovery and China Media Company didn’t title this sequel “The Meg$.” If you liked the big-budget, big-scale, over-the-top shark attacks delivered with a load of quirky characters, a serious but not somber Jason Statham and exactly enough PG-13 carnage to make kids think they were getting away with something, well, welcome to “The Meg 2: The Trench.” Because, sometimes you don’t need to deepen the mythology, expand the universe or deconstruct the gee-whiz fantasy of your blockbuster predecessor. Sometimes, your sequel to a shark movie can just be “But… what if many sharks?” – SM

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“Gran Turismo” — August 11

“If you miss the line in the game, you reset; if you miss it on the track, you could die." So says David Harbour as a surly racing instructor charged with finding a racetrack-ready driver among a group of the top "Gran Turismo" gamers in the world. He finds one in this sports drama based on the true story of Jann Mardenborough, who went from playing the long-lasting Playstation racing series to becoming an actual endurance race driver for Nissan. - JF

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“The Last Voyage of the Demeter” — August 11

Some movies have a prolonged, difficult development period, but “The Last Voyage of the Demeter” has a history so long and complicated it borders on the downright mythological. Originally sold in 2002, Bragi F. Schut’s spec script, based on a single chapter from Bram Stoker’s “Dracula,” was met with enthusiasm. Robert Schwentke was meant to direct and when that version stalled, a number of writers and directors were attached and then fell away (among them: Marcus Nispel, David Slade and Neil Marshall). Nearly a decade passed before Norwegian director André Øvredal (“Trollhunter,” “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark”) became attached, securing a cast that includes Corey Hawkins, Liam Cunningham and David Dastmalchian, with creature performer Javier Botet as Dracula (Doug Jones must have been busy). Given the lengthy history of the production, plus the trailer that feels both scary and – crucially – fun, this could be another breakout Universal horror movie that feels respectful of the original material while also providing some much-needed reinvention (think “The Invisible Man” or this year's “Renfield”). This looks scary good. – DT

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“Blue Beetle” — August 18

DC Comics fans, especially this one, are eagerly anticipating the upcoming “Blue Beetle” movie, which will introduce the first-ever Latino superhero to the big screen. I still can’t believe it is actually happening. The film will focus on Jaime Reyes, a teenager from El Paso, Texas, who discovers a powerful alien scarab that fuses to his spine and gives him incredible powers. Directed by Angel Manuel Soto and written by Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer, the “Blue Beetle” movie promises to be a thrilling superhero adventure with a fresh and diverse perspective. The film will star newcomer Xolo Maridueña as Jaime Reyes, who in a superhero movie first, undergoes his first superhero transformation in front of his very opinionated Latino family! Hilarity should ensue. – UG

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What movies are scheduled to come out this summer? ›

  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. In theaters May 5. Image: Marvel Studios. ...
  • Hypnotic. In theaters May 12. ...
  • Fool's Paradise. In theaters May 12. ...
  • Book Club: The Next Chapter. In theaters May 12. ...
  • Fast X. In theaters May 19. ...
  • Master Gardener. In theaters May 19. ...
  • The Little Mermaid. In theaters May 26. ...
  • Kandahar. In theaters May 26.
May 1, 2023

What will Spider-Man Across the Spider-Verse be on? ›

Spider-Man Across the Spider-Verse will be available to watch online on Netflix's very soon!

Are movie theaters cold in the summer? ›

So what is the optimal movie theater temperature? According to a 2013 article in the Hollywood Reporter, the AMC chain sets its thermostats for 74 degrees in the summer, and 70 degrees in the winter.

What movie is airing now? ›

Now Playing
  • The Little Mermaid (2023)
  • Fast X (2023)
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023)
  • The Super Mario Bros. Movie (2023)
  • About My Father (2023)
  • The Machine (2023)
  • Kandahar (2023)
  • You Hurt My Feelings (2023)

Is Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse going to be on Netflix? ›

Yes, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will eventually be on Netflix as a result of a deal inked between the streaming platform and the movie's distributor, Sony Pictures. The deal gives the streamer U.S. rights to all the company's theatrical films starting in 2022.

Is Spider-Man Spider-verse confirmed? ›

Originally, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse was set for release on April 8, 2022, but was eventually shifted to October 7, 2022 due to pandemic-related box office performance fears. And, as we all know, it didn't make that date either. The final release date for the movie is June 2, 2023.

What time will Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse come out? ›

When will Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse be on Netflix? Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse hit the big screen on June 2, so 120 days after that takes us to September 30, 2023.

What are the hottest movies in the theaters right now? ›

The 10 Best Movies in Theaters Right Now
  • The Little Mermaid. Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. ...
  • Fast X. Universal Pictures. ...
  • The Machine. Screen Gems. ...
  • You Hurt My Feelings. A24. ...
  • About My Father. Lionsgate.
7 days ago

What is hot at the cinema? ›

30 Most Popular Movies Right Now: What to Watch In Theaters and Streaming
  • #1. The Little Mermaid (2023) 68% ...
  • #2. The Machine (2023) 22% ...
  • #3. Fast X (2023) 54% ...
  • #4. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023) ...
  • #5. You Hurt My Feelings (2023) 96% ...
  • #6. The Super Mario Bros. Movie (2023) ...
  • #7. Sisu (2022) 94% ...
  • #8. John Wick: Chapter 4 (2023) 94%

How do you stay warm in the cinema? ›

Layer, layer, layer up
  1. Two blankets – one to sit on and one to cuddle up under.
  2. At least two heavy duty jumpers, or maybe even a coat.
  3. Pillows to lie on.
  4. A pair of ugg boots, or warm socks.

What are the top 10 movies in theaters right now? ›

Check out the 10 best movies in theaters right now:
  • Master GardenerRelease Date: May 19, 2023. ...
  • The Wrath of BeckyRelease Date: May 26, 2023. ...
  • Are You There God? ...
  • SanctuaryRelease Date: May 19, 2023. ...
  • The Cow Who Sang a Song Into the FutureRelease Date: May 19, 2023. ...
  • John Wick: Chapter 4Release Date: March 24, 2023.
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What's the top 10 movies out right now? ›

  • Don't Look Up (2021) R | 138 min | Comedy, Drama, Sci-Fi. ...
  • The Lost Daughter (2021) R | 121 min | Drama. ...
  • The 355 (2022) ...
  • Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) ...
  • The Matrix Resurrections (I) (2021) ...
  • The Power of the Dog (2021) ...
  • The Tender Bar (2021) ...
  • The King's Man (2021)

What are R rated movies mean? ›

An R-rated motion picture, in the view of the board, contains some adult material. The film may include adult themes, adult activity, hard language, intense or persistent violence, sexually oriented nudity, drug abuse or other elements, so that parents are counseled to take this rating very seriously.

Is Spider-verse Marvel? ›

"Spider-Verse" is a 2014–15 comic book storyline published by Marvel Comics.

How does Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse end? ›

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse ends with a huge twist: Miles ends up stuck on Earth-42 with an alternate version of himself… who also happens to be The Prowler. There's a lot to get through before we get to that, so bear with us.

Is Spider-Verse 2 out? ›

Across the Spider-Verse ended up swinging into cinemas on June 2, 2023, so you can head to your favourite cinema to watch the sequel now.

Is Earth-616 or 19999? ›

Earth 616. According to the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe from 2008, the MCU takes place in Earth-199999, but the creative team at Marvel Studios still wants to keep the Earth-616 moniker for themselves.

Will there be a Spider-Man 4? ›

Yes! According to a February 2023 Entertainment Weekly interview with Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, the Spider-Man 4 script is in the works. “All I will say is that we have the story,” he revealed. “We have big ideas for that, and our writers are just putting pen to paper now.”

Who is Cyborg Spider Woman? ›

Cyborg Spider-Woman is part Spider-Woman, part machine. She doesn't have regular powers like everyone else but with years of experience and a cannon for an arm, she's seen it all and can fight with the best of them!

Will nicolas cage be in spider-verse 2? ›

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse may be mining the width and breadth of the Marvel multiverse for its superhero cameos, but one familiar face apparently won't be returning in this animated sequel. Nicolas Cage revealed he won't be back to voice Spider-Man Noir.

Is there a Spider-Man Miles Morales movie 2? ›

Will Peter Parker be in Spider-Verse 2? ›

Is Spider-Ham in Across the Spider-Verse? Sadly, no, Spider-Ham, AKA Peter Porker, will not be featured in the Spider-Verse sequel.

What movies are coming out 2023 and 2024? ›

  • Madame Web (2023)
  • The Fall Guy (2024)
  • Kung Fu Panda 4 (2024)
  • A Quiet Place: Day One (2024)
  • Snow White (2024)
  • Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse (2024)
  • Mickey 17 (2024)
  • Captain America: New World Order (2024)
Apr 4, 2023

What movies come out in the summer of 2023? ›

The 23 Most-Anticipated Summer Movies Of 2023
  • "Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol 3" — In Theaters May 5. ...
  • "What's Love Got To Do With It?" — In Theaters May 5. ...
  • "Love Again" — In Theaters May 5. ...
  • "The Mother" — On Netflix May 12. ...
  • "Book Club: The Next Chapter" — In Theaters May 12. ...
  • "The Starling Girl" — In Theaters May 12.
May 11, 2023

Which movies are going to release? ›

Jun 01, 2023
  • Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (2023) Animation. Action. Adventure. Shameik Moore. Hailee Steinfeld. Oscar Isaac. Jake Johnson.
  • Fouja (2023) Action. Drama. Pawan Malhotra. Jogi Mallang. Hariom Kaushik. Aishwarya Singh.

What movie comes out june 2023? ›

Read on for the most anticipated movies opening in June 2023!
  • Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (2023) Rotten Tomatoes Trailers. ...
  • The Flash (2023) Rotten Tomatoes Trailers. ...
  • Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (2023) Rotten Tomatoes Trailers. ...
  • Transformers: Rise of the Beasts (2023) ...
  • Elemental (2023)
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Are there any new movies coming out in 2023? ›

The top June 2023 movie releases are Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken, Harold and the Purple Crayon, Nimona and Prisoner's Daughter.

What is the #1 movie right now 2023? ›

Domestic Box Office For 2023
1The Super Mario Bros. MovieUniversal Pictures
2Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
3Avatar: The Way of Water20th Century Studios
4Ant-Man and the Wasp: QuantumaniaWalt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
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What old movies are in theaters 2023? ›

Fathom's Big Screen Classics 2023 Lineup
  • Roman Holiday (1953)
  • Casablanca (1942)
  • Grease (1978)
  • Hairspray (1988)
  • National Lampoon's Vacation (1983)
  • Rain Man (1988)
  • The Birds (1963)
  • Scarface (1983)
Jan 17, 2023

What movie is coming out June 23 2023? ›

June 2023 Movie Releases
Movie TitleRelease DatePlatform
World's BestJune 23, 2023Disney+
RiseJune 24, 2023Rise
Run Rabbit RunJune 28, 2023Netflix
Indiana Jones and the Dial of DestinyJune 30, 2023Theaters
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What movie comes out August 18 2023? ›

Blue Beetle is scheduled for theatrical release in the United States on August 18, 2023.

What movie comes out july 21st 2023? ›

Oppenheimer is scheduled to be released in the United Kingdom and United States on July 21, 2023, by Universal Pictures.


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