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Summer Movie Preview

  1. summer movie preview 2016
    Vulture’s Guide to the Summer Indie Movies You Really Want to SeeFeaturing Tilda, Colin, and the young Obamas.
  2. summer movie preview 2014
    14 Ways to Destroy a Building in the Transformers MoviesOr a pyramid.
  3. summer movie preview 2014
    Why Adam Sandler Might Be the Most Important Comedian of His GenerationThere’s a profound sense of self-loathing at the core of his performances.
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    Here Are Your Summer Movie Sequels in Infographic FormThe Amazing Spider-Man 2, Think Like a Man Too, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and more.
  5. first look
    What Everyone Who Sees Godzilla Will Be Talking AboutVulture was at the film’s first screening.
  6. summer movie preview 2014
    Before/After Pics: Actors Who Got Superhero BuffSee Chris Pratt, Andrew Garfield, and more crazy transformations.
  7. summer movie preview
    Summer Movie Preview 2014: 8 Up-and-Coming Stars The May-to-August period is ideal for minting new stars.
  8. movies
    Talking to John Green About Fault in Our Stars“I certainly like yerba mate tea more now that I’ve met Shai!”
  9. summer movie preview 2014
    Why Melissa McCarthy Is Hollywood’s Top StarThere is no other star delivering as consistently, and in such great numbers, and with so little assistance, as McCarthy.
  10. consumer guide
    Summer Movie Preview 2014: Which Movies Should You Watch, Stream, or Skip?This year’s version of Eff, Marry, Kill.
  11. summer movie preview
    2013’s Hottest Fashion Trends, As Predicted by This Summer’s MoviesStart shopping!
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    An Infographic Guide to This Summer’s MoviesIron Man 3, The Hangover IIIThe Bling RingSmurfs 2 (?), and more in graph form.
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    15 Ways to Destroy Your Car in the Fast and Furious MoviesAs part of our Summer Movie Preview, we’ve compiled a retrospective of gnarly and memorable crashes from the franchise.
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    Should We Be Excited or Nervous About The Great Gatsby?Kyle Buchanan and Amanda Dobbins work through their feelings.
  15. summer movie preview
    Every Clue So Far About the Star Trek Into Darkness VillainJ.J. Abrams and Co.’s endless game of Khan and mouse.
  16. summer movie preview
    F, Marry, Kill: The 2013 Summer Movie EditionKicking off Vulture’s Summer Movie Preview week in our annual crass but helpful way!
  17. Summer Comedy Preview: MoviesWe’re only a week into summer movie season, and it’s already overloaded with superheroes. More excitement is coming too, as Hollywood rolls out […]
  18. the future
    Vulture’s 2009 Pre-Depression Summer-Movie PreviewHow much money will this summer’s blockbusters make? And how will they fare against last year’s record-breaking hits?
  19. NewsFeed
    Which Restaurants Are the Most Fashionable This Week? We’re not ones to let models decide where we eat — okay, we have asked Missy Rayder and Agyness Deyn for recommendations — but if you believe that the fashion industry knows a little bit about what’s tasteful and hip, you might wonder where designers are having their showings and parties this week. Starting with Vera Wang at Bobo, we’ve come up with a list of other restaurants and nightspots that are under Fashion Week occupation.
  20. intel
    John King Wary of ‘Superdelegates,’ Anderson Cooper’s GunsEarlier this afternoon we cornered CNN anchor John King, who’d just finished with a CNN/Time live-panel discussion in the Time Warner Center, and discussed the irony of the Democratic-nomination system, in which delegates in each state primary and caucus are awarded proportionally, instead of a winner-take-all system. “Look, it’s a political party; they have the right to write their own rules,” said King, who used to sit in on DNC meetings as an AP reporter back in the day. “But one of the interesting things about it, if it keeps going on like it is, you could have a group of roughly 800 people — superdelegates — who decide who the nominee is, which you could argue is going [back] to the old smoke-filled back rooms, which is the least democratic way to do it.” This idea confused and saddened us, so we changed the subject to Anderson Cooper’s ostentatious biceps. “I give Anderson an enormous amount of credit, knowing what this business does to you, especially in a crazy year like this,” King said, possibly relieved someone had given him the chance to speak on the subject. “I’m giving myself a C-plus, at best, in getting to the gym and being more healthy, and the fact that Anderson can get an A throughout all this is a tribute to dedication and time-schedule discipline,” he said — quickly adding, “and I curse him for it.” —Dan Amira
  21. reviews
    Rodarte: Light and Dreamy and UnattainableIn our mass-marketed and manufactured era, Laura and Kate Mulleavy, the designers of Rodarte, know the value of a little handworked originality. Their crafty collections bring a bit of the personal into an industry increasingly defined by the mass production of pricey key fobs, four-figure handbags, and heavy bottles of perfume.
  22. reviews
    Critics Herald DVF, Send a Chill to DKNYBig Names are showing daily, and the critics are quick to praise or pick apart. Diane Von Furstenberg’s femme-fatale look was lauded, but Max Azria’s resurrection of the Hervé Léger label was mixed. Jonathan Saunders charmed most reviewers, but not Cathy Horyn. And Donna Karan’s time-traveling collection was confusing to all but WWD.
  23. neighborhood watch
    Beware Midtown Fortune-Tellers! (As If You Weren’t Wary Before)Chelsea: All the fabulous old Chelsea freaks and bohos partied at Cindy Gallop’s wacky loft in the old YMCA building, but this time, sadly, the waiters kept their pants on. [Living with Legends] Midtown: It’s funny/sad that a fortune-teller here duped an entrepreneur out of nearly half a million by telling him he was cursed, but it’s just plain funny that the Post said the guy was from “tony Wilson, Wyoming.” Bitchy! [NYP] Red Hook Guess which “degentrifying” hood had the distinct honor of producing confetti for today’s Super Bowl–victory parade? Local hearts were “aflutter” with pride…get it? [The Real Deal]