Prometheus: "In space, no one can hear you scream." We loved the very first Alien movie, if not all of the sequels and prequels that came after, and this shrouded-in-secrecy follow-up involves some of our favorite names in the industry: Michael Fassbender (we would argue that he's been the best Mr. Rochester to date), Damon Lindelof (of Lost fame), and of course, the original director, Ridley Scott.
The Woman In The Fifth: This story (mysterious deaths and dark forces factor in) seems a little weird. However, Kristin Scott Thomas and Ethan Hawke feature prominently — and yes, the movie is set in Paris — so we're still intrigued.
Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World: Answer honestly: What would you do if you knew the world were coming to an end? For Steve Carell in this movie, that answer would apparently be to leave his wife and head out in search of his high school sweetheart. That's all good and well, but we'll be watching because
Take This Waltz: Our first viewing of this trailer made us feel like we were watching a more whimsical version of the (so deceptive) Blue Valentine trailer. But after a second (and third) viewing, we've changed our minds. Michelle Williams and Seth Rogen play a happy couple who are actually in love, but the movie tackles the question of what you do when you're faced with another alternative — the potential for greater happiness. Watching Williams handle the temptation to cheat (as well as the head-scratching conclusion) feels surprisingly thought-provoking, but never soul-crushing.
Magic Mike: In case you haven't had enough chances to see Matthew McConaughey shirtless in this lifetime, he and Channing Tatum play strippers in the art-imitates-life version of Channing Tatum's real-life story. The whole thing promises to be ridiculous and cheesy — and exactly what you need in the middle of a very hot summer.
Trishna: We saw this one at Tribeca and were thoroughly moved. It's Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles, but set in India, and starring a captivating Freida Pinto in the title role.
Red Lights: This one's for the paranomal thrill-seeker. There is no Paranormal Activity follow-up coming out this summer, so fill the void with Sigourney Weaver and Cillian Murphy (those eyes, so captivating and terrifying, all at once).
Step Up Revolution: Yes, they made another one. And yes, it's bound to be terrible. But you kinda want to go and see the dance battle scene anyway, don't you?