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The hottest film releases to look forward to this summer


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Whilst we appear to have emerged from the worst of the British heatwave (finally!), there are no guarantees with a British summer, and if you would rather be inside than out in the British weather, whatever it may be next, then we at TNS have you covered with a roundup of the most exciting film releases over the next few months:

1. Incredibles 2 - releases today

US fans have already had the chance to see what this superhero family's next adventure was, but Mr Incredible, Elastigirl, Dash and Violet are finally making their way over this side of the pond, so that UK fans can see the long awaited sequel to the hit 2004 film.

2. Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again - July 20th

Speaking of long awaited sequels, fans of the 2008 musical movie have been waiting for ten years to see if the rumoured sequel would ever emerge, and this summer it finally is! Guaranteed to be the feel good movie of the summer, next week, fans can finally return to Kalokairi and see what Sophie and her extended family have been up to for the past ten years, whilst enjoying a myriad of ABBA hits.

3. Mission Impossible: Fallout - July 24th

Tom Cruise returns for another film in the Mission Impossible franchise, as Ethan Hunt attempts to track down escaped convict Soloman Lane and bring him back into IMF custody. 

4. Hotel Translyvania 3: A Monster Vacation - July 27th 

After the success of the first and second movies, Hotel Transylvania returns for a third outing, as the monster gang take a summer holiday aboard a monster cruise ship.

5. Ant Man And The Wasp - August 3rd

Marvel has already had a banner year, with Black Panther, Infinity War and Deadpool 2 making huge waves already, but it seems they're not done yet, as this summer sees the return of Paul Rudd's Ant Man in the sequel to 2015's Ant Man.

6. The Darkest Minds - August 10th 

A very timely release given what has been happening over in America at the moment, The Darkest Minds is a film adaptation of Alexandra Bracken's 2012 novel of the same name, which follows teens who suddenly develop supernatural abilities and are seen as a threat to the government, so are locked away in detainment camps.

7. Christopher Robin - August 17th 

Winnie The Pooh was a part of childhood for many British children, so perhaps if you are in the mood for a bit of nostalgia this summer, this film following the now grown up Christopher Robin, as he struggles to rediscover his sense of imagination, might be worth a watch.

8. Crazy Rich Asians - August 17th 

Based on the 2013 novel of the same name by Kevin Kwan, Crazy Rich Asians follows Nick Young and Rachel Chu as they return to Singapore for Nick's best friend's wedding. There, Rachel discovers that her boyfriend comes from a wealthy family with a dark past. In a year where we are pushing for diversity in film more than ever, a film with an all Asian cast based on a book by an Asian man is great to see. 

9. The Miseducation of Cameron Post - August 31st

Following on from the success of Love, Simon back in the spring, Cameron Post is another LGBTQ+ film, this time exploring the experiences of a lesbian girl in the 1990s as she is sent to a gay conversion camp, after being found making out in a car with the Prom Queen. This film received the highest honour at the Sundance Film Festival, so definitely worth a watch. 

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