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From fairytales to superheroes, get the low down on the best new films to see with the kids this summer.
Join best friends Tuck, Munch and Alex on an amazing adventure that leads them to Echo, a mysterious alien from another planet who desperately needs their help to return home. Released: 25th July
It's been five years, but Hiccup and Toothless are back! This time round, Hiccup moves towards becoming the leader of his Viking clan. Hits cinemas July 4. Picture: Picselect
When Mac Radner moved his family into a quiet area, he wasn't expecting frat brothers to move next door. But that's what happened. Seth Rogen and Zac Efron star in this comedy caper. Out May 9. Picture: Universal
Oscar nominee Jonah Hill reprises his role as Schmidt alongside Channing Tatum's Jenko in the sequel to 2012 hit '21 Jump Street'. The original subverted the buddy cop genre, challenged stereotypes - and, crucially, it was hilarious. Can they do it again? Out June 9.
Marvel take a gamble with their latest movie; it features none of their flagship superheroes. No Spider-Man, no Iron Man, no Hulk, no... You get the idea. Nonetheless, the likes of Zoe Saldana, Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel could provide the star pull that 'Guardians Of The Galaxy''s lead characters lack. Out August 1. Picture: Image.net
Mila Kunis is Jupiter, a janitor who finds out she is potentially destined to become Queen of the Universe when Channing Tatum's Caine comes to save her from an assassination. A normal day at the office, then. The Wachowski brothers' new film hits cinemas nationwide on July 25. Picture: Warners Bros
Bryan Cranston makes his first high-profile appearance since the global TV phenomenon of 'Breaking Bad' in the latest remake of that most classic monster of movies: 'Godzilla'. We expect this to look spectacular, so it might be worth forking out for the 3D experience. Out 16 May.
Angelina Jolie takes on the titular role in an origin story for the villain from 'Sleeping Beauty'. Expect a film darker in tone than your average Disney classic - think Kristen Stewart in 'Snow White And The Huntsman'. Out May 28. Picture: Disney
Andrew Garfield returns as your friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man. This time out, Oscorp are sending a slew of villains out to get him - including Electro (Jamie Foxx). Emma Stone also reprises her role as Gwen Stacy. Out April 18. Picture: Sony
Michael Bay's 'Transformers' films have been some of the biggest summer blockbusters in recent years. This time out, a mechanic and his daughter make a discovery that alerts Autobots and the Deceptacons and whips them into action. Out July 10. Picture: Facebook
The likes of Jennifer Lawrence, Sir Ian McKellen, James McAvoy and Hugh Jackman reunite for the latest instalment in one of the most loved film franchises around. Out May 22. Picture: PA Picselect