5 Must Watch Movies That Will Be Released Later In The Year

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We are already in the second quarter of the year and it’s been one blockbuster movies after the other. And more movies are about to be released that will surely get you stuck to the edges of the seat all through the remaining part of the year. Whether you’re into action, epic or love dramas, check out these five movies when they are released and have that amazing movie experience.

The Purge 3 – July 1


If you’ve been privileged to watch parts 1 and 2 of The Purge then you’d know it’s a movie to look forward to. The Purge franchise storyline is based on an imaginary future in which the American government legalised everything including stealing and murder for a period of 12 hours every single year. The movie is based on a novel and it basically questions human nature and what we’d do if given unlimited freedom. Producer of The Purge 3, Jason Blum says the movie will focus on Part 1 of the movie while also focusing on self-styled “Revolutionaries” who intend to end the tradition.

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Ghostbusters – July 15

The truth is movie franchises can be boring as time goes by but we doubt Ghostbusters will fall into that category. The previously released parts were based on funny people fighting ghosts and this one won’t be much different from the ones released in the past. With creative writer-director Paul Feig in charge of the project and a star cast which includes Leslie Jones, Kristen Wiig and Kate McKinnon, there’s a lot of action and fun to look forward to.

Star Trek Beyond – July 22

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This science fiction film will likely be back to its glory days with Star Trek Beyond scheduled to be released on July 22. Movie director J.J. Abrams-directed the reboot way back in 2009 and this year has Fast & Furious director Justin Lin stepping into the director’s chair. The story follows the destruction of the USS Enterprise which leaves it’s crew stranded on a strange and unknown planet. The crew also have to battle Krall- a crazy villain played by Idris Elba who is out to destroy them all. If the movie trailer is anything to go by, fans and moviegoers are in for the time of their lives when this movie hits the cinemas.

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Suicide Squad – August 5



Suicide Squad follows the story of Intelligence officer Amanda Waller (Viola Davis) who assembles a team of dangerous, incarcerated supervillains for a covert mission. Warner Bros productions is finally out to take their own share of money made from superhero movies from Marvel with this comic inspired film. With some of the best actors from Hollywood taking up roles in the movie, Director- David Ayer will be bringing out the best from DC Comics rogues including the Assassin Deadshot played by Will Smith, Joker reprised by Jared Leto and Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn. The movie is scheduled to be released in august and will likely be the last comic inspired movie of the year. With over seven comic inspired film already released this year, suicide Squad should hopefully live up to the whole comic hype.

Underworld 5 – October 14


Underworld: Blood Wars is an upcoming 2016 American action horror film directed by Anna Foerster and written by Cory Goodman. It is the fifth installment in the Underworld film series and the sequel to 2012 film Underworld: Awakening, with Kate Beckinsale reprising her role as Selene. The story revolves around vampires, werewolves, and Kate Beckinsale in skintight leather. The good thing about the franchise is that it has raked in $450 million in total from the box office and the fifth part scheduled to be released in October will most definitely increase that amount. The vampire Selene is expected to go up against a new villain played by Merlin vet Bradley James. The fifth part is expected to lead on to a sixth chapter and a television series.




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