Summer, as we all know, is the season for movie blockbusters. The summer of 2007 promises to be one of the biggest yet, with several second and third installments of feature film franchises that already have a large following hitting the theaters. From Pirates and Superheroes to animated characters and real life characters who are overly animated, expect a record-breaking season that may go down as the highest grossing ever.
Starting things off with a bang is "Spider Man 3", the Sam Raimi directed prequel to the sixth highest grossing movie of all time, Spiderman. We rejoin the friendly webslinger as he battles a new cache of villains while fighting off the effects of a symbiotic lifeforce that has attached itself to him in the form a new spider-suit.
If superheroes aren’t to your liking, maybe the comedy of Mike Myers and Eddie Murphy in the highly anticipated "Shrek 3" will do the trick. The third film in the series finds Shrek faced with the arduous task of finding someone to fill the recently deceased King of Far, Far Away land’s shoes lest he should have to do it himself. All the main characters from "Shrek 2" return to handle the voicework.
Last years blockbuster, "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Black Pearl", has set sail for new waters. The third and likely last in the series, tagged "Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End", is scheduled for release on May 25th and features the reunion of Captain Jack Sparrow and his long lost pirate father, played by none other than Keith Richards.
Steven Soderbergh has once again dragged out the A and B-list for another round of Danny Ocean and company hijinks in "Ocean’s 13". The latest version finds the crew teaming up with casino boss and enemy Andy Garcia for their biggest job yet.
Whether sequel or prequel, nothing this summer has quite the draw (both literally and figuratively) of "The Simpson’s Movie". "The Simpsons" are the second longest running television show in history, behind only "The Adventures of Ozzy and Harriet". Creator Matt Groening promises more of what we know and love, but in the context of a well thought out story.
Last, but certainly not least, is the reunion of east meets west for "Rush Hour 3". Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan are at it again with a new crime to solve, one which will take them to Paris, among other locations.
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