If you’re like me, you miss going out to the movies right now. Summer blockbusters are a highlight to the year! It’s one of those things we all took for granted. Thankfully, there are still a ton of fun movies that are set to be released this summer and most of them are already completed or in post-production. Moreover, there are still ways to stream the movies, even if theaters continue to be closed.
Some of the movies that have been out in theaters are now available to stream on Fandangonow as well as available to rent on Amazon Prime. Since we are still social distancing and taking extra precautions due to COVID-19, those sites and applications will be your best bet to see all new summer films.
Here is your list of summer blockbusters to add to your watchlist.
1. Wonder Woman 1984
This is the second movie for Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman. You can watch the film when it becomes available on Amazon Prime.
2. No Time to Die
No Time to Die is the latest James Bond installment. Catch it on the Fandangonow app.
3. A Quiet Place Part II
The first movie in this series had everyone on the edge of their seats. So, be sure to watch the sequel, starring John Krasinski and Emily Blunt, on Amazon Prime.
4. Black Widow
This is the Black Widow character’s first stand-alone movie from Marvel. Find it this summer on the Fandangonow app.
If you love classic Disney, this is the film for you. It’s the latest live adaptation of a cartoon classic, which you can watch on the Fandangonow app.
This film provides a look into the life of the legendary Aretha Franklin. Find it on the Fandangonow app.
7. Tom and Jerry
This movie follows the origin story of the classic cartoon pair. Anyone who watched the original show is sure to love it! Find the film on Amazon Prime.
8. Minions: The Rise of Gru
For everyone who loves Despicable Me, it’s essential to watch this summer’s new film about Gru’s origin story. Catch it on Amazon Prime.
Hopefully, these movies will give you a sense of comfort as we learn to live in our new normal due to COVID-19. And who knows, perhaps our movie-watching habits will be forever changed – you may get more used to streaming than before.
Which film are you most looking forward to? Tell us in the comments!
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