Summer Movies 2022: Here’s What’s Coming to Theaters and Streaming
A Marvel god, a few new dinosaurs and a Jordan Peele enigma lead our list of the 101 most interesting movies headed your way this season.
Here is a select list of noteworthy films scheduled this summer.
Release dates and platforms are subject to change and reflect the latest information as of deadline.
AFTER BLUE (DIRTY PARADISE) The director Bertrand Mandico’s “The Wild Boys” found a small cult of fans.
BENEDICTION The British director Terence Davies (“The House of Mirth”) applies his poetic, prismatic touch to a biography of a poet: Siegfried Sassoon, played by Jack Lowden as a young man and Peter Capaldi at a later age.
CRIMES OF THE FUTURE Dipping back into the bio-ickiness that made his reputation (and recycling the title of an unrelated feature from 1970), David Cronenberg, directing from his own screenplay
EIFFEL Ever wonder what led Gustave Eiffel (Romain Duris) to engineer the tower that bears his name?
FIRE ISLAND Andrew Ahn (“Driveways”) directed this story of a group of gay friends assembling for a getaway.
HOLLYWOOD STARGIRL After bringing magic and sunshine to a high school in “Stargirl” (2020)
INTERCEPTOR The model Elsa Pataky, a member of the Hemsworth dynasty by marriage
MIRACLE This Romanian mystery centers on a novice (Ioana Bugarin) who leaves a convent for enigmatic reasons.
NEPTUNE FROST Saul Williams, the artist and poet perhaps most familiar to moviegoers from the Sundance prizewinning “Slam” (1998)
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPEN Mark Rylance plays the real-life figure Maurice Flitcroft
WATCHER An American (Maika Monroe) moves to Romania when her half-Romanian husband (Karl Glusman) takes a job there
HUSTLE Adam Sandler, in inspirational-drama mode, stars as a scout for the Philadelphia 76ers.