Summer 2017 is in full swing in June with action blockbusters like Wonder Woman, Transformers: The Last Knight and The Mummy, animated blockbusters Captain Underpants and Cars 3 and comedy blockbusters like Rough Night and The House.
Snowpiercer’s Bong Joon Ho comes to Netflix next month with Okja, a charmingly weird looking monster movie where a girl teams up with a team of animal rights activists to rescue her best friend, the title character and a genetically engineered pig creature, from the evil corporation that created him.
Mandy Moore and Claire Holt are sisters experiencing a dive in a shark cage off in the ocean off Mexico but their cage’s line gets snapped from the boat and they end up trapped on the ocean floor with a massive great white shark between them and the boat.
Alison Brie stars in the upcoming Netflix original series GLOW as one of the initial 12 wrestlers of the 80’s promotion “Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling”, with Marc Maron co-starring as the mastermind behind the scenes.
Dan Stevens stars as a pilot trying to rescue his family after an experiment to try and unlock unlimited energy for the planet leads to an army of drones attacking and a sky portal energy beam threatens to destroy the entire planet.
JCVD plays a man slowly working his way up the ranks of the criminal organization responsible for killing his wife but, after his cover is blown, he ends up trapped in a hospital after a shootout with the group closing in.
Taking inspiration from Grindhouse and Death Race/Roger Corman, SyFy is unleashing Blood Drive this summer, where a cop and a “violent vixen” are part of a cross country race in cars fueled by human blood.
Seemingly losing his step, Lightning McQueen has one last shot to prove he’s the best racer in the world against a grid of high tech new opponents in this summer’s Cars 3.
Bruce Willis stars as LA private eye Steve Ford, who is out to rescue his kidnapped dog Buddy from a local drug dealer in the upcoming action/comedy, Once Upon a Time in Venice.
Either through reprogramming or his own decision, Optimus Prime returns to Earth to ready it for destruction so Cybertron can live again in this summer’s fifth Transformers movie, The Last Knight.