Movies You Need To Watch This Summer Of 2015!
(1 0f 12) Avengers: Age Of Ultron (May 1)
This movie is out now and it re-teams Iron Man, Thor, and the rest of the crew as they try to save mankind from an evil James Spader (or Ultron). No matter what the critics say, 'Age of Ultron' is the most talked about, debated, and widely seen movie of the year. Go See it!
(2 Of 12) Mad Max: Fury Road (May 15)
Filming on 'Mad Max: Fury Road' began way back in 2012, which normally wouldn't be a great sign for any movie. But one look at the film's two-and-a-half minute trailer -- which is equal parts explosive, nail-biting, and insane! it's impossible not to be at least a little curious about how it all plays out.
(3 of 12) Pitch Perfect 2 (May 15)
The 'Pitch' is back! This time around, Anna Kendrick and her gang of merry a capella singers are headed to the World Championships, where their main rival appears to be Germany. It's hard to imagine anyone recapturing the magic of the original.
(4 of 12) Tomorrowland (May 22)
Clooney's already proven himself to handle sci-fi, and the stunts he pulls off in the film's latest teaser-trailer are are crazy good for a 53 year old. From the looks of it, 'Tomorrowland' definitely isn't your average trip to Disney World.
(5 of 12) Jurassic World (June 12)
Chris Pratt is going to overcome some pretty big hurdles -- mainly, the legacy of Steven Spielberg's 1993 classic, but if a 3-D re-release of the original could make almost $50 million at the box office, 'Jurassic World' should do just fine.
(6 Of 12) Inside Out (June 19)
Pixar movies have been universally praised by both critics and audiences alike. Which is why we have such high hopes for the studio's latest release, 'Inside Out,' which focuses on the five emotions (Fear, Anger, Joy, Disgust, and Sadness) inside one young girl's head. The fact that it revolves around a kid's emotions leads us to believe that 'Inside Out' will pack the same emotional punch seen in previous Pixar classics.