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Released Fri 12 July
With the voices of Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, Joey King, Will Ferrell, Sofia Vergara, Miranda Cosgrove
Directed by Chris Renaud and Patrick Delage

Given that the Despicable Me franchise is a gold-star money-making movie machine, it’s hardly surprising that its producers are releasing yet another installment in the series, albeit a full seven years after the last. 
This one sees lead character and supervillain-turned-Anti-Villain League-agent Gru (voiced by The Office’s Steve Carell) going on the run from new nemesis and French-accented supervillain Maxime Le Mal (Will Ferrell). 

Maxime’s femme fatale girlfriend, Valentina, is voiced by Sofia Vergara - best known for playing the character of Gloria Delgado-Pritchett in long-running US sitcom Modern Family.

MAXXINE CERT 18 (103 mins)
Released Fri 5 July
Starring Mia Goth, Elizabeth Debicki, Moses Sumnet, Lily Collins, Halsey, Kevin Bacon    
Directed by Ti West

In 1980s Hollywood, adult-film star and aspiring actress Maxine Minx finally gets her big break. But as a mysterious killer stalks the starlets of Hollywood, a trail of blood threatens to reveal Minx’s sinister past...
MaXXXine is the eagerly awaited final film in writer/director Ti West’s blood-spattered X trilogy, the first movie of which saw a group of 1970s pornographers meet grisly ends at the hands of the elderly owners of a remote Texas farm. 

FLY ME TO THE MOON CERT tbc (132 mins)
Released Fri 12 July
Starring Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum, Woody Harrelson, Christian Clemenson, Jim Rash
Directed by Greg Berlanti 

Described by its publicity as a sharp and stylish comedy-drama, Fly Me To The Moon is set against the high-stakes backdrop of NASA’s historic Apollo 11 moon landing. Brought in to fix the organisation’s public image, marketing genius Kelly Jones causes sparks to fly in all directions as she wreaks havoc on launch director Cole Davis’ already difficult task. 

Things then get even trickier when, deeming the mission too important to fail, the White House demands that Jones stages a fake moon landing as a back-up option…

Released Thurs 25 July
Starring Ryan Reynolds, Hugh Jackman, Emma Corrin, Morena Baccarin, Rob Delaney, Karan Soni 
Directed by Shawn Levy

Relatively poor box-office returns for recent superhero movies have left Hollywood filmmakers wondering whether cinemagoers have finally tired of the genre. But if ever there was a movie likely to get things back on track, it’s surely this latest terrific team-up.  

The 34th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the movie brings together two of Marvel’s best-loved film stars: wisecracking mercenary Deadpool (played by Wrexham Football Club c0-owner Ryan Reynolds) and the X-Men mutant with retractable claws, Wolverine (Hugh Jackman).

“I’ll tell you that the guiding thought in crafting the movie was audience joy,” the film’s director, Shawn Levy, told ScreenRant. “That was always the North Star. Yeah, it’s going to be gnarly. Yeah, it’s gonna be funny. That’s a given. But we wanted to build a great time at the theatre for audiences, and that’s our goal.” 

TWISTERS CERT tbc (122 mins)
Released Wed 17 July
Starring Daisy Edgar-Jones, Glen Powell, Anthony Ramos, Maura Tierney, Katy O’Brian, Kiernan Shipka
Directed by Lee Isaac Chung

When former storm chaser Katy Carter is lured back to the open plains to test a groundbreaking new tracking system, she crosses paths with Tyler Owens, a charming and reckless social-media superstar who thrives on posting his storm-chasing adventures online.

With storm season intensifying, and with terrifying and never-before-seen phenomena unleashed, Kate, Tyler and their competing teams find themselves fighting for their lives as multiple storm systems converge...

Although this long-awaited sequel to cult 1996 disaster movie Twister was actually filmed in Oklahoma during its tornado season, the movie’s storms were created using jet engines and giant fans. 
“This is an elemental story,” Director Lee Isaac Chung told Empire, “so I wanted us to go as practical as possible. We had jet engines blowing. We had fans so massive you’d lose your hearing without earplugs. We were pelting our cast with everything - dirt, wind, ice.

“It was tough. The unpredictability of the weather caused a lot of issues and delays. It was my choice to do this in tornado season, but honestly, I still can’t believe we actually did it.”

BLUR: TO THE END CERT tbc (81 mins)
Released Fri 19 July
Starring Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, Alex James, Dave Rowntree
Directed by Toby L

This new feature-length documentary follows the emotional return of 1990s Britpop superstars blur as they make a surprise return with The Ballad Of Darren, their first record in eight years. 

The film follows the unique relationship of band members Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, Alex James and Dave Rowntree as they come together to record 10 new songs ahead of their sold-out and first-ever shows at Wembley Stadium.

“To The End is an intimate glimpse into relationships, motivation and mortality,” explains the film’s director, Toby L... “On the subject of capturing a band that has been so well documented, we sat down at the start of the project and agreed that the film had to tell a new story, be shot entirely on location, and, crucially, be honest. In To The End, that’s what I hope people can see and, most importantly, feel.