There are a number of big-budget movies which are going to be released this year and I am excited as hell. We are only naming the commercial movies and not from the niche cinema groups because the list will go on and on. That list with be uploaded some other time. So, here’s the list of all the Upcoming movies in June and July I am excited about this year.
Upcoming movies in June and July: F9
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This will be the 9th installment in the Fast and Furious Franchise and I am excited as hell. Now I know, they are gonna break some rules of Physics nut who cares, I like to see some cars flying. It’s going to be released on the 25th of June.
Upcoming movies in June and July: BOSS BABY 2
This is the second part of the movie Boss Baby which was released in 2017. It is about a baby which is part of an organization that controls the production and advertisement of the babies. Mostly the ‘delivery’ part.
Upcoming movies in June and July: BLACK WIDOW
On the 9th of July, finally Marvel is releasing the Black Widow. We have been waiting for this movie for a long time now and finally, it’s coming to the big screen. It’s going to be a story about Natasha and her family.
Upcoming movies in June and July: SNAKE EYES, G.I. JOE ORIGINS
This is a spin-off of G.I.JOE. This movie will focus on one of the characters, as the name suggests, Snake Eye. We are finally getting his origin story which the fans wanted for a long time. It is going to be released on the 23rd of July.
Upcoming movies in June and July: SUICIDE SQUAD
This is another installment in DCEU. The first part of the movie was quite a disappointment but this part has been directed by James Gunn who directed The Guardians of The Galaxy and the trailer of the new suicide squad is really interesting.
SHANG-CHI AND THE LEGEND OF THE TEN RINGS:
This is another movie by Marvel. By the trailer of it, the movie looks quite interesting and engaging. At this point, we needed a representation of the Asain people because it’s high time we recognize their efforts like the Black Panther.
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