Top 21 films to look out for


“Black Widow,” starring Scarlett Johansson as the Avengers’ secret-agent superhero, will finally hit theaters and the Disney+ streaming service in July.

May normally marks the start of a stream of blockbusters making their way to multiplexes, but nothing has quite been normal during the pandemic, and 2020 was the first year in decades cinemas went without a summer movie season, save for a few scattered titles such as Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet.”

Now as vaccinations are underway and movie theaters have largely reopened across the country, with Regal’s Sarasota and Bradenton locations respectively set to reopen this and next weekend, studios are feeling confident enough again to send a steady flow of big-name films to the big screen. Yet the pandemic shook up the film industry drastically, and this summer movie season is still shaping up to be like no other.

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