May 2, 2019 GMT

“Dark Phoenix” (June 7) — Sophie Turner’s Jean Grey gets the spotlight in this X-Men sequel set a decade after the events of “X-Men: Apocalypse.”

“Late Night” (June 7) — Mindy Kaling wrote and stars in this comedy about an aspiring comedy writer who gets the dream job on the writing staff of Emma Thompson’s late night show.

“The Last Black Man in San Francisco” (June 7) — A gem of a film about legacy, gentrification and the meaning of “home.”

“The Secret Life of Pets 2” (June 7) — Harrison Ford makes his animation debut alongside Kevin Hart, Tiffany Haddish, Patton Oswalt and Dana Carvey in this sequel to the immensely popular first film.

“Men in Black: International” (June 14) — Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth take up the mantle of this franchise with “Straight Outta Compton” director F. Gary Gray at the helm.

“Shaft” (June 14) — Samuel L. Jackson returns to the role of John Shaft II in this Tim Story-directed film about his FBI agent son, John “JJ” Shaft Jr., played by Jessie Usher.


“The Dead Don’t Die” (June 14) — Jim Jarmusch brought together a starry cast, including Adam Driver, Bill Murray, Selena Gomez and Tilda Swinton, for this zombie comedy.

“Murder Mystery” (June 14) — Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler re-team for this film about a cop and his wife who become suspects in the murder of a billionaire.

“Child’s Play” (June 21) — Mark Hamill lends his vocal talents to the voice of the demonic doll Chucky in this reboot of the 1988 horror film, with Aubrey Plaza and Brian Tyree Henry.

“Toy Story 4” (June 21) — Woody, Buzz and Bo Peep are back with old and new pals, like Forky, in this sure-to-be emotional sequel about everyone’s favorite sentient toys.

“Annabelle Comes Home” (June 28) — In this third “Annabelle” film Ed and Lorraine Warren’s daughter (Mckenna Grace) and her baby-sitters are the targets of the murderous doll.

“Yesterday” (June 28) — A freak accident ends up erasing The Beatles and their music from the world’s memory except for the one struggling musician who uses it to his advantage in this charmer from director Danny Boyle.

ALSO PLAYING: “I Am Mother” (June 7 on Netflix); “The Black Godfather” (June 7 on Netflix and in theaters); “This One’s For the Ladies” (June 7); “Burn Your Maps” (June 7); “Katie Says Goodbye” (June 7); “Papi Chulo” (June 7); “Pavarotti” (June 7); “Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese” (June 12 in theaters and on Netflix); “American Woman” (June 14); “Being Frank” (June 14); “Daughter of the Wolf” (June 14); “Deep Murder” (June 14); “Hampstead (June 14); Wild Rose” (June 14); “Beats” (June 19 on Netflix); “The Edge of Democracy” (June 19 in theaters and on Netflix); “Anna” (June 21); “Nightmare Cinema” (June 21); “Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am” (June 21); “Killers Anonymous” (June 28); “Maiden” (June 28)