Movies You Need to Watch This Summer Of 2015!
(7 0f 12) Magic Mike (July 1)
Before it was released, most people were ready to declare 'Magic Mike' the biggest joke of 2012. Three years, amazing reviews, and over $100 million later, Channing Tatum and gang are having the last laugh as they bring sexy back one more time. 'Magic Mike XXL' is apparently more of a road trip comedy this time around. But the shirts still come off, so we doubt the ladies will care
(8 Of 12) Minions (July 10)
The Minions from the 'Despicable Me' franchise were inevitably going to get their own spin-off movie; and with names like Sandra Bullock and Jon Hamm lending their voices to the project, we may be in for something good.
(9 of 12) Ant-Man (July 17)
Paul Rudd: Superhero? People had similar concerns last year when Chris Pratt was cast to lead 'Guardians of the Galaxy' and, well, we all know how that one turned out. Whether 'Ant-Man' can achieve similar success is unclear (and probably unlikely), but hey, we're still kinda intrigued.
(10 of 12) Trainwreck (July 17)
Everyone is head-over-heels in love with Amy Schumer right now. That love will officially be put to the test when Schumer stars in Judd Apatow's hotly anticipated 'Trainwreck,' about a commitment-phobic magazine writer who falls for her subject (Bill Hader). The set up has so much potential, we doubt anyone will be calling the movie a trainwreck.
(11 of 12) Mission: Impossible-Rogue Nation (July 31)
Say what you will about Tom Cruise, but the man can still open a movie! Seriously, the last 20 seconds of the trailer, in which Cruise hangs onto a plane during take-off, was enough to get us to pre-order our tickets.
(12 Of 12) Fantastic Four (Aug 7)
Anyone who saw 2005's 'Fantastic Four' (or worse, 'Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer') is probably wondering why anyone in Hollywood decided to reboot this franchise. But with big names like Miles Teller and Michael B. Jordan attached, maybe they know something we don't?