10 must-see movies coming out this summer, from 'Top Gun: Maverick' to 'Thor: Love and Thunder'

Here are the 10 movies you absolutely, positively must see this summer:

Three decades after the original 1986 classic, test pilot Maverick (Cruise) trains a new crop of Top Gun graduates (including Powell and Monica Barbaro) for a dangerous mission. However, Maverick also revisits a past tragedy when one of the aviators is Rooster (Teller), the son of Maverick’s late best friend and wingman Goose.

1: Top Gun: Maverick' (May 27)

Jurassic Park characters past and present, from Pratt's recent hero Owen Grady to Neill's scientist Alan Grant, converge in a new adventure set four years after the destructive last film in 2018, in which humans try to keep their spot on the food chain co-existing in the same world with dinosaurs, including the deadly new Atrociraptor.

2: Jurassic World Dominion' (June 10)

The heartfelt coming-of-age drama took the same Sundance Film Festival audience award this year as Oscar best-picture winner "CODA" did last year. "Cha Cha" centers on a 22-year-old bar mitzvah party-starter (Raiff) who forms a strong connection to an older woman (Johnson) with a teenage daughter on the autism spectrum.

3: Cha Cha Real Smooth'  (June 17)

The Pixar animated sci-fi adventure acts as an origin story for Buzz Lightyear (voiced by Evans), the hero who inspired the plastic "Toy Story" icon. The square-jawed space ranger tries to get back to Earth after being stranded on an alien planet with his commander (Uzo Aduba) and leads a motley crew of wannabe heroes against the evil Zurg.

4: Lightyear' (June 17)

The stylish music drama digs into the influential life and hip-shaking music of Elvis Presley (Butler), including his rise to superstardom under the management of the enigmatic Colonel Tom Parker (Hanks) as well as the important relationship between the King of Rock 'n' Roll and his wife Priscilla.

5: Elvis' (June 24)

The 1-inch-tall, sneaker-wearing shell star of Slate and Fleischer-Camp's animated short film and children's book now hits the big screen in an adorable comedy. The soft-spoken Marcel decides he wants to find his family and, with the help of a documentary filmmaker, becomes a social-media sensation.

6: Marcel the Shell With Shoes On' (June 24)

After saving the universe, Marvel's resident thunder god just wants to find inner peace, man. But when vengeful villain Gorr the God Butcher (Christian Bale) appears on the cosmic scene, Thor enlists the help of King Valkyrie  and ex-girlfriend Jane Foster (Portman), who now wields the magical hammer Mjolnir.

7: Thor: Love and Thunder' (July 8)

Based on the 2009 Mark Greaney novel, the "Avengers" filmmakers' international action thriller stars Gosling as a CIA operative with a bounty on his head after accidentally uncovering dark agency secrets. Evans plays his psychopathic ex-colleague leading the global manhunt.

8: The Gray Man' (July 15)

Following "Get Out" and "Us," Peele's back to scare us all again with a new film starring Kaluuya and Palmer as horse trainers living in a California gulch who make a strange and unsettling discovery, plus witness some seriously bad news coming out of the sky.

9: Nope' (July 22)

Pitt headlines the ensemble action comedy as an assassin hired to retrieve a mysterious briefcase from a high-speed train going from Tokyo to Kyoto but becomes embroiled in violent high jinks with a bunch of other colorful killers onboard.

10: Bullet Train' (July 29)

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