Catastrophes, superheroes, sequels — the months ahead have it all. Critic Stephanie Merry highlights some of the buzziest movies of the summer, including “The Great Gatsby,” “Star Trek Into Darkness” and “Man of Steel.” For showtimes, trailers and reviews, click the bold text in each item.
'The Kings of Summer,' June 7 Two best friends (Gabriel Basso, left, and Nick Robinson, right) and one oddball interloper (Moises Arias, center) decide to escape their stifling parents and live in the woods for the summer in director Jordan Vogt-Roberts’s feel-good feature debut. Chris Galletta’s hilarious, heartfelt script could turn this little dramedy into the breakout indie hit of the summer. A cast filled with established comedians, such as Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally, plus fresh talent, including Arias (looking like the next Zach Galifianakis), provides plenty of laughs. CBS Films Buy Photo