The Gray Man Director: Anthony and Joe Russo CIA agent known as Court Gentry (played by Ryan Gosling) going on the run after he uncovers a dark agency secret. He’s pursued by a psychopathic former colleague (played by Christ Evans.) Host other characters includs Gentry’s handler Donald Fitzroy (Billy Bob Thornton), top assassin Avik San (Dhanush) and Denny Carmichael (Rege Jean Page.) The only person that he can trust, though, is agent Dani Miranda, played by Ana de Armas. The film is being released by Netflix, and will be available in cinemas from 15th and on 22nd July to stream.
Minions Rise of Gru Director: Kyle Balda The sequel to Minions and spun off from the Despicable Me franchise, Minions: Rise of Gru sees the return of the popular yellow mascots in a film that tells the origins of the franchise’s main protagonist Gru (voice of Steve Carrell). The Gru here is a 12 year old boy in the 1970s with a dream to become the greatest criminal mastermind of all time. Along with the titular Minions, Gru ends up in a battle with the supervillain team The Vicious Six (voiced by a cast of action heroes like Dolph Lundgren, Lucy Lawless and Jean-Claude Van Damme). Fun for the whole family?
Where The Crawdads Sing Director: Olivia Newman Rising star Daisy Edgar-Jones features in this highly anticipated thriller based on the 2018 book of the same name. It tells the story of Kya, an abandoned girl who’s forced to fend for and raise herself in the marsh of North Carolina. Given the nickname “The Marsh Girl” and shunned by her community, the grown Kya finds herself embroiled in a murder investigation, where she is considered the prime suspect. With Taylor John Smith as Tate Walker, Harris Dickinson as Chase Andrews, David Strathairn as Tom Milton, and Jojo Regina as a young Kya.