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Find what you’re looking for from this year’s summer movies

“Avengers: Endgame” and “Pokemon: Detective Pikachu” kicked off summer movie season with a bang, but there are plenty more films to look forward to in the coming months. From action-packed spectacles, remade classics, and terrifying horror to questionably-necessary sequels, here’s a run down of the 2019 summer cinema options.

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“Spiderman: Far From Home” (July 2) is the best looking superhero movie this summer, a big feat considering it’s the eighth time Peter Parker hits the big screen. This film is the final entry in the current phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. “Brightburn” (May 24) explores what would happen if a Superman-like being came to Earth, but is evil. The previews look intense and terrifying. Finally, “X-Men: Dark Phoenix” (June 7) is the last entry in the X-Men franchise before Marvel takes over the franchise. Dark Phoenix is a famous storyline, which will hopefully lead to better results than the disappointing “X-Men: Apocalypse.”

If you just want to keep your kids entertained:

“The Lion King” (July 19) looks like one of the best bets this summer. With a full animal cast, it doesn’t have to make the same type of casting decisions that led to Will Smith’s weird genie in “Aladdin” (May 24). Director Jon Favreau also adapted “The Jungle Book” and “Iron Man,” so this blockbuster is in good hands. Woody and Buzz return in “Toy Story 4” (June 21), which seems to follow a spork with googly eyes contemplating it’s existence. I trust Pixar to make it work. If you’re desperate, try “Dora and the Lost City of Gold” (August 9) or

“The Angry Birds Movie 2” (August 14).

If you want more classic rock stories:

“Rocketman” (May 31) gives Elton John the biopic treatment he definitely deserves from the director who finished last year’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.” “Yesterday” (June

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