The summer movie season is upon us with highly-anticipated films like "Avengers: Age of Ultron," which unofficially kicks off the season on May 1 (though "Ultron" has already opened overseas).
"This summer, there's something for everyone, and we couldn't say that last year," says Kyle Buchanan, senior editor at Vulture. This year, there are films aimed at women and children — "Pitch Perfect 2," "Inside Out" and "Trainwreck" on that list.
"[They're] movies people expect to be some of the biggest grossers of the summer," Buchanan says. Other films to look out for are "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl" and "Dope," which premiered at Sundance.
And, of course, there are the ones that might flop at the box office, with wobbly word on the street. "Terminator Genisys," "Fantastic Four" and "Ant-Man" didn't look good to Buchanan, with those first two reboots looking particularly questionable.