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The Man Who Knew In­fin­ity See re­view, above.

(UK)

In­de­pen­dence Day: Resur­gence

The se­quel to 1996’s “In­de­pen­dence Day” brings for­mer Pres­i­dent Whit­more (Bill Pull­man) and sci­en­tist David Levin­son (Jeff Gold­blum) back to­gether, along with a new gen­er­a­tion of un­rea­son­ably beau­ti­ful sci­en­tists and pi­lots to de­feat an even greater threat of alien in­va­sion. Hey, where’s Will Smith, you ask? Well, he was too ex­pen­sive, so they killed off his char­ac­ter. That’s show­biz loy­alty for you. Thanks for noth­ing, Will Smith. Opens Jun 23.

(USA)

Fifty Shades of Black

Not an of­fi­cial se­quel to “Fifty Shades of Grey”—you’ll have to wait un­til 2017 be­fore Mr. Grey will see you again—but a spoof star­ring Mar­lon Wayans (“White Chicks”),

Kali Hawk (“Brides­maids”) and Fred Wil­lard (“An­chor­man”). The best re­view so far?

“It’s just not funny.” Ouch. Opens Jun 23.

(USA)

In this se­quel to Tim Burton’s 2010 hit “Alice in Won­der­land,” Johnny Depp, Mia Wasikowska, Anne Hath­away and He­lena Bon­ham Carter ful­fil their con­trac­tual agree­ments and Pink is fi­nally al­lowed to per­form an orig­i­nal song for a film. Opened Jun 16.

(Germany/Switzer­land)

Based on the in­ter­na­tion­ally beloved book, this Swiss– Ger­man live-ac­tion film tells the story of a young or­phan girl who goes to live with her reclu­sive grand­fa­ther in the Swiss Alps— but then be­friends and bright­ens the lives of goatherds and in­valids alike. Opened Jun 16.

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