The cinema is back! these are the premieres that you can see this summer

Movie theaters will return this summer, after more than a year of delaying the biggest Hollywood releases.

“F9” (“Fast and Furious 9”), “In the Heights” (“In the neighborhood”), “The Suicide Squad” (“The suicide squad”) and “Black Widow” (“Black Widow”), are just some of the premieres that will hit theaters. It was in March 2020 when cinemas were closed due to the pandemic and new films stopped showing.

The public seems to be tired of streaming and ready to walk into a movie theater and eat some popcorn and a soda. They want to see their stars on 60-foot (18-meter) screens and accompany them with state-of-the-art sound.

The summer movie season, which runs from May through Labor Day in September, regularly accounts for more than $ 4 billion in revenue and about 40% of gross revenue for the year.

In 2020, summer earnings were $ 176 million, 96% less than the previous year.

These are the most anticipated releases of the summer

Emma Stone as Cruella in Disney’s live-action CRUELLA. Photo courtesy of Disney. © 2021 Disney Enterprises Inc. All Rights Reserved.

May 28- “A Quiet Place Part II” (“A place in silence: Part II”) by John Krasinski and “Cruella”

June 11 – The adaptation of the Tony-winning musical “In the Heights” by Lin-Manuel Miranda

June 16- “The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard” (“Hard to Care 2”) with Ryan Reynolds

June 18- “Peter Rabbit 2” (“Peter Rabbit: Rabbit on the run”)

(from left) Ramsey (Nathalie Emmanuel) and Dom (Vin Diesel) in F9, directed by Justin Lin.

June 25- The ninth installment of “Fast & Furious” (“Fast and furious”) and “F9”

July 9- Marvel’s “Black Widow” with Scarlett Johansson

July 30- Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson’s action adventure “Jungle Cruise”

July 23- “Hotel Transylvania”

July 30- “The Green Knight”, an epic version directed by Dev Patel of a classic legend.

August 13 – “Free Guy” (“Free Guy: Taking Control”) with Ryan Reynolds

Jodie Comer as Molotov Girl and Ryan Reynolds as Guy in 20th Century Studios’ FREE GUY. Photo by Alan Markfield. © 2020 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

August 27 – new version of “Candyman”

In some ways, the schedule will be a repeat of what was originally planned for last summer.

With information from The Associated Press

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