What to see in the cinema in the summer

Soon will come the summer, so it's time to hide from the heat in a cool, dark rooms of cinemas. We bring you the premiere, which will be released on cinema screens this summer.

Kung Fu Panda 2 (on the screens May 27)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

Panda Po, the world's greatest kung-fu fan, continues its journey as reads an ancient prophecy, mastering the art of kung fu. Raise your hands - who did not like the first film? If the creators of this time will be on top, kids really want to learn martial arts.

Roles sounded: Jack Black, Angelina Jolie, Garry Oldman.

Bachelor 2. From Vegas to Bangkok (The screens on May 27)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

In the continuation of the cult comedy "The Hangover" four friends - Phil, Stu, Alan and Doug - go to exotic Thailand for Stu's wedding. After a crazy bachelor party in Las Vegas, they decide not to tempt fate a second time, so plan in Bangkok is very quiet and safe celebration. But as usual, everything is going quite according to plan ... What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. But what is happening in Bangkok - it's just a real madness! Rely on Galifianakis - he again you laugh!

Starring: Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms.

X-Men: First Class (on the screens from June 3)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

The action takes place in the 1960s. Characters try to resolve the Cuban crisis. And you did not know that they were involved in this? There was no sleeping in history class! The film tells about the process of founding the school of Xavier for mutant children. Previous film was not very successful, so it needed a reboot - travel back in time to the past, to the origins of the story.

Starring: James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, January Jones.

Super 8 (on June 10 screens)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

In the summer of 1979 a couple of friends from a small town in Ohio, shooting amateur film camera "Super 8", witnessed a train crash. Soon they begin to suspect that the case involved aliens. A very good film for the middle of the summer season. Producer Steven Spielberg fully endorsed this film. We hope it will meet the expectations.

Starring: Elle Fanning, Joel Courtney, Riley Griffiths.

Green Lantern (on June 17 screens)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

During many centuries the universe existed a detachment of soldiers under the name Green Lantern Corps. Brotherhood of warriors sworn to defend the intergalactic law, each of them wearing a ring, bestowing him superpowers. The main character played by Ryan Reynolds. This is a film for those who like "Thor" and "Captain America". Fans look forward to it.

Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lovely, Peter Sarsgaard.

Mr. Popper's Penguins (on June 17 screens)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

The film is based on the popular children's book. Successful cruel businessman (Jim Carrey) suddenly inherits six penguins and forced to find a common language with them. The atmosphere is a bit like "Christmas story". The book was published in 1938. And who does not like penguins? The film is suitable for the whole family.

Starring: Jim Carrey, Carla Gugino, Angela Lansbury.

Bad Teacher (on 24 June screens)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

The teacher of the middle classes Cameron Diaz live the glamorous life socialite, smoking weed, drinking, and hates his students. Just a nightmare, not a teacher. But beauty can also be funny and absurd, which proves this comedy.

Starring: Cameron Diaz, Justin Timberlake, Jason Segel.

Cars 2 (on 24 June screens)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

Now these cute cars in the heart of the spy plot. Children in this cartoon to conduct mandatory. Pixar studio never replace the normal walk-through animation. And in an amicable way, studios would have to make the entrance to the theater for a session free - they are already earning a lot of money on souvenirs associated with these cartoons.

Starring: Owen Wilson, Larry the Cable Guy, Michael Caine.

Transformers 3 (on the screens on July 1)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

machines continue their endless struggle, only this time on the moon and in 3-D format. Those who do not like it - go to watch movies by Woody Allen. Get ready, visually impressive film!

Starring: Shia LaBeouf, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Josh Duhamel.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part Two (on the screens on July 15)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

Simple and artless - the main movie of the summer. When other sequels are positioned as "the last film in the series," you're probably lying. This film - really the last in the series. Good luck, Harry. You've already seen the trailer? You already scared?

Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint.

Winnie the Pooh (on screens on July 15)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

Eeyore lost his tail again, and Winnie friends went in search. Remarkably - no 3-D. No digital technology. All the characters - such as cute and naive, as in your childhood. Need more reasons to watch this cartoon?

Roles sounded: Jim Cummings, John Cleese, Craig Ferguson.

Captain America: The First Avenger (on screens on July 22)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

The protagonist agrees to take part in a research project that turns him into the Super Soldier known as Captain America. Rogers enters the US armed forces to fight the enemy organization of the Nazis during the Second World War. In recent years, movies about superheroes again began to appear on the screens. If you do not like - really sympathize, but we can not do anything. Starring: Chris Evans, Hugo Weaving, Tommy Lee Jones.

Cowboys and Aliens (on screens on July 29)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

Cowboys and Aliens in the Wild West. On the "Star Wars" it does not seem very much, so I'm sorry, Han Solo.

Starring: Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford, Olivia Wilde.

The Smurfs (on screens on July 29)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

Nostalgia! Like the characters you see in the morning children's show on Saturday - a couple of decades ago. According to the plot to escape from the evil wizard Gargamel, tiny Smurfs find themselves outside their native villages. From his magical world they get straight into our world, namely in Central Park in New York City. Be prepared for the fact that, coming out of the theater, your offspring will require immediate purchase them here this blue obayashka.

Starring: Neil Patrick Harris, Jayma Mays, Hank Azaria.

The Rise of the Apes (on the screens on August 5)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

In fact, this is a remake of an old movie, 1972, which is a continuation of the "Planet of the Apes," which a few years ago, photographed by Tim Burton. Confused? Take a banana shelf and take it easy.

Cast: James Franco, Freida Pinto, Andy Serkis.

The Help (on 12 August screens)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

The book on which the film was made, is held to display all the book clubs. Belle-southerners and their maid-Negro in the midst of the struggle for civil rights in the 1960s. No robots and the technical bells and whistles, but a lot of hats, gloves and talking about justice.

Starring: Emma Stone, Viola Davis, Sissy Spacek.

Fright Night (The screens on August 19)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

A remake of the 1985 horror film, a remake of someone, no one demanded it. Very strange, in fact - in this horror somehow starring Toni Collette and Colin Farrell, a popular actor. And directed by nominee for "Oscar" Craig Gillespie. Us that waiting for art-house cinema? Starring: Colin Farrell, Anton Yelchin, David Tennant, Toni Collette.

Spy Kids 4. Armageddon (on 19 August screens)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

The children grew up and went to play at the University of spies. But the movie is not about that. The film is about Jessica Alba as a mom-spy. And there is Danny Trejo!

Starring: Jessica Alba, Jeremy Piven, Joel McHale.

Conan the Barbarian (on 19 August screens)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

Yes, the same Conan the Barbarian. That is the fantasy. Fighting with swords, horse riding and playing with death. Fans not happy because directed by a man who shot a remake of "Friday the 13th" and "Texas Chainsaw Massacre".

Starring: Jason Momoa, Ron Perlman, Rose McGowan.

Final Destination 5 (on 26 August screens)

What to see in the cinema in the summer

At the main hero of a terrible vision: a suspension bridge, where he is with his friends - is collapsing, and many people, including himself, are killed. He persuades his friends and a few "lucky" to get away from the bridge. And just in time: the bridge collapses in front of them and a lot of people killed. Death is not so easy to fool! But just think, because we seriously have decided that the previous series will be the last!

Starring: Nicholas D'Agosto, Emma Bell, David Koechner.