SyFy’s Superman prequel series Krypton is back this June for its second season, as Seg-El, grandfather to Kal-El, tries to save the future timeline while dealing with the villainous likes of Zod, Doomsday, Lobo, and Brainiac.
A technologically advanced Buddi doll named Chucky goes haywire and goes on a murderous rampage in this summer’s reboot of the Child’s Play franchise.
Based on the novel by Joe Hill, NOS4A2 stars Zachary Quinto as the evil Charlie Manx, who drains children of their souls and deposits them in an alternate universe called Christmasland. A young artist named Vic McQueen (Ashleigh Cummings) discovers she can track Manx and sets out to stop him.
A Russian model is secretly one of the world’s most deadly assassins in the latest from director Luc Besson, Anna.
Director Jim Jarmusch unleashes a comedic zombie apocalypse on a small town this summer with The Dead Don’t Die, starring Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Chloe Sevigny and Tilda Swinton.
The Toy Story gang returns for a road trip with Bonnie but Woody becomes separated from the gang trying to get back Forky, a “toy” Bonnie created at school during arts & crafts who is suffering from an existential breakdown.
Jean Grey’s latent powers are unleashed in what is most likely the final chapter of the Fox X-Men saga, Dark Phoenix, arriving in June this summer.
Three generations of Shafts come together this summer as cybersecurity expert John Shaft Jr (Jessie Usher) recruits his bad-ass father John Shaft (Samuel L. Jackson) and the OG Shaft (Richard Roundtree) to help solve a murder.
Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson take over the alien hunting duties of the Men in Black franchise as the series heads overseas to London for next summer’s Men in Black: International.