Summer Movie List:

Entourage — Movie actor Vincent Chase is joined by his boys, Turtle, Eric and Johnny, for a new project that could be risky in this new comdey that stars Adrian Grenier, Kevin Dillon, Kevin Connolly and Jerry Ferrara. The group gets back to business with a former agent who now is a powerful studio executive, who could make Vincent’s directorial debut a memorable occasion. (R)

Spy — A CIA analyst grows tired of her desk-based job and works to uncover the plans of a dangerous arms dealer in this humorous film with Melissa McCarthy, Jason Statham, Rose Byrne and Jude Law. The agent tries to stay alive while performing her risk-taking duties, hoping to save the world from the threat of global destruction. (R)

The Age of Adaline — Born at the turn of the 20th century, a woman named Adaline Bowman finds herself ageless after an accident in this new drama that stars Blake Lively, Harrison Ford and Michiel Huisman. After years of secluding herself from everyone else, Adaline encounters a man, a person she thinks might be worth giving up her immortality. Also stars Ellen Burstyn, Amanda Crew, Kathy Baker and Anthony Ingruber. (PG-13)

Aloha — Director-writer Cameron Crowe’s newest film balances comedy with romance, as a well-known military contractor revisits the place of his biggest accomplishments. The man also seems to reconnect with a long-lost love, but the female Air Force officer who accompanies him might cause even greater tension. Stars Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Rachel McAdams and Alec Baldwin. (PG-13)

American Sniper — This true story follows a sniper and his rocky return to society. (R)

The Avengers: Age of Ultron in 3D — Iron Man, Captain America, the Hulk, Black Widow, Hawkeye and Thor return to battle Ultron, a mechanical, evil adversary bent on wiping out the Avengers and harming all of mankind. Stars Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner, Chris Hemsworth and Samuel L. Jackson. (PG-13

Far From the Madding Crowd — Set in Victorian England, this story focuses on steel-willed Bathsheba Everdene, who attracts three strikingly different suitors. These three individuals with differing viewpoints and tendencies are a sheep farmer named Gabriel, a reckless sergeant Frank Troy and a mature bachelor named William Boldwood. Stars Carey Mulligan, Matthias Schoenaerts, Sam Phillips, Tom Sturridge and Juno Temple. (PG-13)

Furious 7 — Deckard Shaw is an individual bent on getting revenge against Dominic Toretto and his family for the death of his brother in the latest in the "Fast and the Furious" film series from director James Wan. Stars Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez and the late Paul Walker. (PG-13)

Get Hard — Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart star in director Ethan Cohen’s new comedy about a millionaire named James King, who is accused of fraud and sent to San Quentin. Feeling desperate, James looks for help from Darnell Lewis, who tries to prepare James for life in prison. (R)

Home — The voices of Jim Parsons, Rihanna, Steve Martin, Jennifer Lopez, April Lawrence and Matt Jones are heard in this animated story that focuses on the alien Oh. Running from his own people, Oh makes friends with the adventure-seeking Tip, who herself is on an important mission. (PG)

Hot Pursuit — Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara star in this comedy about an up-tight cop trying to protect the widow of a drug boss from crooked cops and murderous gunmen. (PG-13)

Mad Max: Fury Road in 3D — Tom Hardy ("The Dark Knight Rises") assumes the title role in this fourth entry in the director-writer George Miller’s "Mad Max/Road Warrior" film series. Max is pitted against several blood-thirsty opponents in a desert landscape, where he also interacts with Furiosa, a strong woman has made it her mission to return to her homeland. Also stars Charlize Theron and Hugh Keays-Byrne. (R)

McFarland, USA — Kevin Costner plays a teacher who uproots his family so he can teach in a poor, dangerous town. Based on a true story. (PG)

Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 — Kevin James returns as the title character, who embarks on a vacation following six long years of keeping malls safe in this new comedy from director Andy Fickman. Paul and his daughter head to Las Vegas before she goes to college, but Paul soon is forced to choose between family time and work. (PG)

Pitch Perfect 2 — The Bella group is back and singing with more confidence and attitude in this sequel that stars Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson and Hailee Steinfeld. After they are embarrassed in front of the U.S. president, the singers set about to clear their name and reclaim the respect and love they think they deserve. (PG-13)

Poltergeist in 3D — Filmmaker Sam Raimi joins director Gil Kenan and co-writer Steven Spielberg for a reimagining of the popular, supernatural tale about the sinister events occurring inside a family’s home. The spirits are angry, with the horrifying apparitions targeting the family’s young daughter. Stars Sam Rockwell, Jared Harris, Rosemarie DeWitt and Susan Heyward. (PG-13)

San Andreas in 3D — Following a large earthquake in California, the pilot of a rescue helicopter embarks on a perilous journey in this new thriller from director Brad Petyon. The pilot braves numerous obstacles while trying to rescue his estranged daughter, among other individuals. Stars Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Colton Haynes, Carla Gugino and Alexandra Daddario. (PG-13)

Tomorrowland — An ambitious, science-loving teenager and a former boy genius are thrown together on a dangerous journey, where they attempt to learn the secrets of a strange place that exists in their collective memories. Stars George Clooney, Hugh Laurie, Britt Robertson, Kathryn Hahn, Chris Bauer, Raffey Cassidy and Keegan-Michael Key. (PG)

Where Hope Grows — A baseball player whose professional career was stopped due to personal issues is inspired by a young grocery store worker with Down syndrome. Stars David DeSanctis, Kristoffer Polaha, Danica McKellar, Kerr Smith and Michael Grant. (PG-13)