Summer/Fall Movie Guide for 2013
So I love movies! And I love lists! So what do I REALLY love?!!? Making lists of movies!!
This year proves to be an amazing year for movies. A lot of great Indie stuff coming off of the festival circuits and tons of Summer Blockbusters – lots of sequels, third installments and sixth parts?!? Can you believe that they are still making money on The Fast & Furious?
The three movies I’m most excited about this year are ‘The Great Gatsby’, ‘Catching Fire’ which is the second installment of ‘The Hunger Games’ Series. Also, ‘Now You See Me’ a movie about four Robin Hood type magicians that redistribute money from large banks to their audiences and the FBI agents that are trying to catch them.
Take a look at my list below – Let me know if I’ve missed any you are looking forward to.
Here is my full movie list of 2013: (At least for now)
May 17th – Star Trek
May 24th – Fast & Furious 6
May 31st – Now You See Me
The King’s of Summer
June 7th – Much Ado About Nothing
June 14th – Man of Steel
The Bling Ring
Stuck in Love
June 21st – Monsters University
July 5th – Lone Ranger
Despicable Me 2
The Way, Way Back
July 12th – Grown Ups 2
July 19th – RED 2
July 26th – The Wolverine
August 2nd – The Spectacular Now – Check out this clip of the cast and director talking about the film –
August 23rd – Mortal Instruments – I’m going to try to read the book first.
The World’s End (I LOVE Martin Freeman so much) His expression at 1:36 kills me!
October 18th – The Butler – This looks like a very powerful movie! A star studded cast!
November 1st – Ender’s Game – I’m going to try to read the book first.
November 8th – Thor: The Dark World
November 22nd – Catching Fire
No Trailers Yet:
Prisoners (September 20th)
Runner, Runner (Sept 27th)
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (December 13th)
Anchorman 2 (December 20th)
Monuments Men (December 20th)
Jack Ryan (December 27th)
In theaters now or have left:
Incredible Burt Wonderstone
The Company You Keep
Oz, The Great & Powerful
At Any Price – Limited Run
Pain & Gain (Red Band Trailer)
Iron Man 3
The Great Gatsby
Greetings from Tim Buckley – Playing at The Tribeca Film Festival –
I Give It A Year – No US release date – Acquired by Magnolia Pictures for release in US later this year
Hit up the comments with what movie you are most excited about this year! What do you think is going to be a box office hit and what is going to be a box office slump?