The best way to beat the heat is to retreat to a cool movie theater. It looks like plenty of new movies will be released this summer to keep audiences entertained. Whether you want a superhero story, sci-fi epic, historical drama or a family-friendly comedy, these movies, which will be released in theaters in July, have it all.

“A Ghost Story” — July 7 — Despite the title, this isn’t exactly a horror movie. A white sheet ghost (Casey Affleck) if forced to watch his wife (Rooney Mara) try to handle her grief after his death. He stays in the house for decades to come, observing human existence. The Sundance favorite is filmed in a 1.33:1 aspect ratio with rounded edges to look like a Polaroid. The drama is rated R.

“Spider-Man: Homecoming” — July 7 — After being introduced to the Avengers in “Captain America: Civil War,” Peter Parker (Tom Holland) will return to high school, but he can’t just be a normal kid. He wants to prove himself to Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) and save New York. The action flick is rated PG-13.

Spider-Man Homecoming
“Spider-Man: Homecoming” is the first of several action movies being released in theaters in July. Marvel

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“Do You Take This Man?” — July 7 — Two men run into some serious drama on their wedding weekend. Anthony Rapp, Jonathan Bennett, Alyson Hannigan and Thomas Dekker star. The drama is not yet rated.

“Undercover Grandpa” — July 7 — A war veteran rounds up his old troop to help his grandson save a girl from kidnappers. James Caan and Dylan Everett star. The comedy is rated PG-13.

“War for the Planet of the Apes” — July 14 — Caesar (Andy Serkis) and the apes go to war with the humans, who are led by a ruthless colonel (Woody Harrelson). Caesar wants revenge for the apes who are killed. The sci-fi movie is rated PG-13.

War for Planet of the Apes
“War for the Planet of the Apes” will be the third film since the franchise was rebooted in 2011. 20th Century Fox

“Swallows and Amazons” — July 14 — Based on Arthur Ransome’s children’s book, the movie follows the Walker children in 1929. They are allowed to camp on an island in the middle of a lake, but they have to battle the local kids for it. The film is not rated.

“Wish Upon” — July 14 — If you’re looking for summer thrills, this horror movie should do the trick. Jonathan (Ryan Phillippe) gives his daughter Clare (Joey King) a music box that grants the owner seven wishes. She doesn’t realize that each wish comes with a cost. One of her loved ones violently dies every time she makes a demand. The thriller is rated PG-13.

“Lady Macbeth” — July 14 — No, this isn’t Shakespeare’s play. This movie follows a woman in 1865 who is stuck in a loveless marriage with an older man. Her passionate affair with a man her own age makes her realize that she must kill her husband. The drama is not yet rated.

“Girls Trip” — July 21 — Regina Hall, Jada Pinkett Smith, Tiffany Haddish and Queen Latifah play friends who go on a wild road trip to New Orleans. The comedy is rated R.

“Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets” — July 21 — Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne star as special operatives trying to maintain order among human territories in the sci-fi epic. The duo ends up fighting a force that threatens the entire universe. The CGI-heavy movie is rated PG-13.

“The Gracefield Incident” — July 21 — A man puts a camera in his prosthetic eye to document a fun weekend, but he doesn’t expect to witness the terrible aftermath of a meteorite crash. This horror movie is rated PG-13.

“Dunkirk” — July 21 — Director Christopher Nolan’s World War II epic will follow a group of soldiers from the Allies who are trapped on Dunkirk beach when Germany advances into France. The all-star cast includes Tom Hardy, Kenneth Branagh, Cillian Murphy and Mark Rylance. Singer Harry Styles also makes his film debut. The drama is rated PG-13.

“Dunkirk” will follow young soldiers trapped during a World War II battle. Warner Bros.

“An Inconvenient Sequel” — July 28 — Al Gore returns with another warning about climate change. This documentary is not rated.

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“The Emoji Movie” — July 28 — Inside of a phone is Textopolois, a city full of emojis. All emojis have one expression — except Gene (T.J. Miller). He goes on a search to get rid of his various expressions so he can be like everyone else. On his journey, he discovers a threat to the whole world inside the phone. This animated comedy is rated PG.

“Atomic Blonde” — July 28 — Secret agent Lorraine Broughton (Charlize Theron) is sent to Berlin to retrieve a valuable dossier, and she teams up with station chief David Percival (James McAvoy) when she realizes tons of other deadly spies are going to get in her way. The action movie is rated R.

Which July movie releases are you most excited for? Sound off in the comments section below!