Sequels Speed into Movie Theaters

With summer weeks away, can we count on those Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: (springing) Out of the Shadows and stepping once again into the brightest, box-office spotlight? What about the well-past-their-teens X-Men: Apocalypse? Will those mutants be the end all be all? Will audiences be uttering Now You See Me 2 to magic and mayhem or will sappy but self-serving Me Before You get to make the all-important movie choice? Speaking of magic, albeit the creepy kind, horror lovers just might wish the Conjuring 2 jump start their summer and speed, in the most horrifying of manners, to the top of the charts.

The musically inclined might choose the tunes springing from that quirky Pop Star: (who shouts) Never Stop Never Stopping to his groupies, promising those cinematic songs will go on and on. Perhaps The Angry Birds Movie will have animated lovers on the go and looking up. Then there’s upbeat Alice Through the Looking Glass, who’s still looking for a better spot at the box office. Those looking for a videogame escape might discover Warcraft is the cure for their peaceful existence and send that movie empire to a successful cinematic locale.

Wherever you choose to spend your weekend, may it be filled with music, magical moments and the most entertaining mutants coasting alongside those ailing romantics and the always-appealing Alice.

Are you ready for a bit of appealing entertainment?

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Author: Meg

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