10. Dope

Fans of high energy crime capers and ’90s nostalgia are going to flip for Dope, a super fun, exciting film that’s going to win a lot of fans coming off its Sundance premiere. Release date: June 19.

Ant-Man Paul Rudd

9. Ant-Man

After a slew of pre-production controversy, we’re finally getting to see Ant-Man on the big screen. We’re excited, but this odd between phases release date is slightly worrisome. Release date: July 17

Ex Machina

8. Ex Machina

Alex Garland’s gorgeous sci-fi (which, in fairness, has already seen release in many countries outside the US) boasts a small but stunning cast, an intriguing premise and a ton of pre-release buzz. I’ve seen the movie. It’s fantastic. Release date: April 10

Trainwreck - Amy Schumer and Bill Hader

7. Trainwreck

The power duo of director Judd Apatow and writer/star Amy Schumer have expectations for this comedy incredibly high. Add in a great trailer and solid reviews out of SXSW and there you go. Release date: July 17


6. Inside Out

Pixar took a year off in 2014 but they look to be back and better than ever with this incredible clever premise. There’s a knock-out voice cast and the trailers make it feel like we haven’t scratched the surface. Release date: June 19

Jurassic World kids

5. Jurassic World

The Jurassic Park franchise has been dormant for long enough. Director Colin Trevorrow is bringing it back and while anticipation is incredibly high, many people are skeptical if it can deliver. We’re holding out hope. Release date: June 12

Mission Impossible 5 trailer

4. Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation

Half a year cut off of pre-production? No problem. Tom Cruise’s latest entry into this huge action series has fans salivating, especially after that first trailer. Release date: July 31

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3. Tomorrowland

The combination of Brad Bird, Disney, George Clooney, Damon Lindelof and this mysterious original story have Tomorrowland coming in incredibly close to the number one spot. Wanna go? Release date: May 22

Avengers trailer analysis

2. Avengers: Age of Ultron

Avengers: Age of Ultron misses the top spot on a tie breaker. Both it and the #1 film were each on every single list. Each was #1 on multiple lists. But Ultron was the most anticipated film of the summer for only three of us (myself, Angie, Jeff) while the #1 film was in the top spot on four lists. If you’re reading this site, you know all about this one. Release date: May 1

Mad Max Fury Road cars

1. Mad Max: Fury Road

Coming in as the most anticipated movies of summer 2015 by Peter, Devindra, Russ and Chris, and thereby the entire /Film site, is George Miller’s return to the desolate wastelands of Mad Max. Two years ago, this film was all but a blip on most people’s radars, but at Comic-Con 2014, that first trailer wowed audiences in a way trailers rarely do. Each subsequent look at the film has impressed us even more, and that’s why Mad Max: Fury Road is /Film’s most anticipated film of Summer 2015. Release date: May 15

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