delve | Superhero-free summer blockbusters

No release tickled the fancy of our critics this week, so we’re looking ahead to the season of the blockbuster. You probably know about the superhero flicks on the horizon — Wonder Woman and Spiderman lead this charge — so our selections are free from capes and spandex. That being said, they still pack a punch...

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War for the Planet of the Apes

Woody Harrelson’s ruthless Colonel squares up against Andy Serkis’ conflicted primate, Caesar, in a war between species that will determine the future of the Earth. Matt Reeves directs the third installment in the surprisingly cerebral Planet of the Apes prequel series.

Released: 14th July | Watch trailer


Christopher Nolan’s WW2 drama tells the story of the Dunkirk invasion from three unique perspectives: land, sea, and air. With an all star cast that includes the likes of Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy and Mark Rylance (and a surprise appearance by Harry Styles) Nolan’s film looks set to be the cinematic event of the summer.

Released: 21st July | Watch trailer

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The Dark Tower

Adapted from Stephen King’s epic series of eight novels collectively known as The Dark Tower, this blending of western, science fantasy and horror genres sees Gunslinger Idris Elba battle against callous sorcerer Matthew McConaughey for the fate of the multiverse.

Released: 18th August | Watch trailer

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Award-winning director Kathryn Bigelow is at the helm of this American period drama, telling the tale of the Algiers Motel Incident and the 1967 12th Street riot in Detroit: one of the largest citizen uprisings in the history of the United States.

Released: 20th August | Watch trailer

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