June 9

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts

The latest film in the long running live action Transformers franchise, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts follows the Autobots and the maximals as they fight the Terrorcons and the planet eating Unicron in order to save Earth. With notable actors such as Peter Dinklage and Michelle Yeoh playing important roles alongside longtime Transformers actors like Peter Cullen, this new entry in the franchise promises to deliver an enjoyable experience of watching robots fight each other and turn into cool things. -Connor Pugh ‘24

June 23

Asteroid City

By the award winning director Wes Anderson comes another quirky comedy with unique atmosphere about a small town somewhere in the desert of the U.S. in which a junior space cadet discovers aliens, sending things into disarray. With stars such as Tom Hanks and Scarlet Johansson, as well as plenty of other well known names tied to the movie, Asteroid City is setting out to be another movie that adds to Anderson’s great collection of films. -Jordan Costolo ‘25

July 12
Misson: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1
Featuring Tom Cruise in his iconic role as Ethan Hunt, Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1 is a movie worth looking out for. The Mission: Impossible franchise is a long-lasting series of movies that are persistently of high quality. Despite growing in age, Cruise has seemingly not stopped upping the ante of dangerous stunts he personally is willing to do for the movies. It will be a fun and action-packed blockbuster to see this summer. -Dasun Panapitiya ‘24
July 21


Directed by Greta Gerwig, of Little Women and Lady Bird fame, Barbie will star Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling as the iconic Barbie and Ken in an adventure that will follow Barbie leaving Barbieland. The movie has already garnered pre-film hype online due to the film’s star studded cast that includes actors such as Simu Liu and Michael Cera and the fun, bright visuals and costumes shown in the trailer. As a result Barbie is building up to be one of the most anticipated films of the year. -Ben Schoenberg ‘24

July 21


Starring Cillian Murphy as J. Robert Oppenheimer, acclaimed director Christopher Nolan’s upcoming film will follow Oppenheimer’s role in the Manhattan Project, developing the atomic bomb that ended World War II. This will be Nolan’s first biopic and the story of Oppenheimer’s life will hopefully mesh well with his filmmaking style. With Nolan’s key eye for strong, dynamic visuals, as well as his preference for practical effects over CGI, Oppenheimer is looking to be a strong entry in his filmography. -Liam Trump ‘24

August 2

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem

In June of 2020 it was revealed that Nickelodeon would be making a new TMNT movie entirely with CGI, a first for the studio. The movie will have an Into The Spider-Verse like art style with an almost stop-motion animation feel that will revitalize the franchise. Plus, with an acclaimed roster of voice actors such as Jackie Chan, Nicholas Cantu, and Giancarlo Esposito (just to name a few), the film’s release is guaranteed to be a sellout in theaters. -Justin Lakso ‘25