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April 9, 2014

Summer films

TAHLEQUAH — Studios may no longer confine the releases of “blockbuster” films to summer, but there are still dozens of big-budget films set to open during the summer. Some of the films opening between May and August include:

May 2 - The Amazing Spider-Man 2

May 9 - Chef, Neighbors

May 16 - Godzilla, Million Dollar Arm

May 23 - Blended, X-Men: Day of Future Past

May 30 - Maleficent, A Million Ways to Die In the West

June 6 - Edge of Tomorrow, The Fault in Our Stars

June 13 - 22 Jump Street, How to Train Your Dragon 2

June 20 - Jersey Boys, Think Like a Man Too

June 27 - Transformers: Age of Extinction, Deliver Us From Evil

July 2 - Tammy

July 11 - Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

July 18 - Jupiter Ascending, The Purge: Anarchy

July 25 - Hercules, Sex Tape, Step Up: All In

Aug. 1 - Get On Up, Guardians of the Galaxy

Aug. 8 - The Hundred-Foot Journey, Into the Storm, Lucy, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Aug. 13 - Let’s Be Cops

Aug. 15 - The Expendables 3, The Giver

Aug. 22 - Sin City: A Dame To Kill For

Some scheduled releases for DVDs include:

May 6 - Veronica Mars, Still Minde

May 13 - Her, I, Frankenstein

May 20 - About Last Night, 3 Days to Kill, Pompeii

June 3 - Lone Survivor, Blood Ties

June 10 - 300: Rise of an Empire, Non-Stop, Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, Adult World, Devil’s Knot

June 17 - Against the Wild, 13 Sins

June 24 - Rob the Mob

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