(WJLA) - Fans of the novel “The Fault in our Stars” will get their wish on June 6, when Shailene Woodley and Answel Alfort play star-crossed soul mates fighting for time.
Meanwhile, Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, who drew raves as mismatched cops in “21 Jump Street,” will promise more of the same in “22 Jump Street.” This time, they post as college students, opening June 13.
“Jersey Boys” transfers Broadway’s tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons to the big screen, as Clint Eastwood directs.
On June 27, a fourth installment of “Transformers” begins, the start of a new trilogy starring Mark Walberg.
Finally, “A Million Ways to Die in the West” arrives this week, as Seth McFarlane’s outrageous comedy hopes to top the classic “Blazing Saddles.”
“X Men: Days of Future Past” dominated the weekend box office, bringing in $11 million.