Music and Movie Release Dates



Tentative…because as you know, things change.

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June 30th: Miguel’s Wildheart, Joy Williams Venus, Neil Young’s The Monsanto Years, The Internet and Tina Turner’s Private Dancer: 30th Anniversary Edition.

July 10th: Van Halen’s first 4 studio albums, Owl City’s Mobile Orchestra, Lucy Rose’s Work It Out and Chicago’s Studio Albums (box set collection).

July 17th: Tame Impala Currents, Ms Mr’s How Does It Feel and Ben Bridwell (Band of Horses) & Iron & Wine’s Sing Into My Mouth and Styx The A&M Albums (box set collection).

July 24th:  All 4 One’s Twenty+ and Lynyrd Skynyrd’s One More For The Fans.

July 31st: Natalie Imbruglia’s Male and Finger Eleven’s Five Crooked Lines.

August 1st: Disturbed’s Immortalized.

August 7th: Mac DeMarco’s Another One and Luna Aura’s Supernova.

August 14th: Bullet For My Valentine’s Venom and Grace Potter’s Midnight.

August 21st: Buckcherry’s Rock & Roll and Briana Marela’s All Around Us.

August 28th: Andra Day’s Cheers To The Fall.

September 4th: The Arcs Yours, Dreamily, Craig Finn’s Faith In The Future and Public Image Ltd.’s What The World Needs Now.

September 11th: Don Henley’s Cass County and Scorpions Return To Forever.

September 18th:  Duran Duran’s Paper Gods, ZZ Ward’s This Means War, Chris Cornell’s Higher Truth and Metric’s Pagans In Vegas.

September 25th: Rob Thomas The Great Unknown, New Order’s Music Complete, Disclosure’s Caracal, Living Colour’s Shade, David Bowie box set collection and Culture Club’s Tribes.

September: Rumored fresh (more stuff) from Madonna, Bruce Springsteen, Prince, Janet Jackson, David Bowie, Leona Lewis, Meatloaf, Lana Del Rey’s Honeymoon, Faith Hill, Metallica, Megadeth, Britney Spears, Sia, Rihanna, Diana Ross, No Doubt and Tool.

October 23rd: Rod Stewart’s Another Country.


July 1st: Terminator: Genisys starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Magic Mike XXL with Channing Tatum.

July 10th: Selfless starring Ryan Reynolds, the animated Minions with Sandra Bullock and The Gallows.

July 17th: Ant-Man starring Paul Rudd, Trainwreck starring Bill Hader & Amy Schumer and Mr. Holmes starring Ian McKellan.

July 24th: Pixels starring Adam Sandler, Southpaw starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Paper Towns starring Nat Wolff and Cara Delevigne.

July 29th: Vacation starring Ed Helms, Chris Hemsworth & Leslie Mann.

July 31st: Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation starring Tom Cruise and Selfless starring Ryan Reynolds.

August 7th: The Fantastic Four starring Jamie Bell and Rickie & The Flash starring Meryl Streep.

August 14th: The Man From U.N.C.L.E. starring Henry Cavill and Straight Outta Compton (the story of rap legends, N.W.A.) starring O’Shea Jackson Jr.

August 19th: Pirates of the Carribean: Dead Men Tell No Tales starring Johnny Depp and Masterminds starring Zach Galiafinakis.

August 21st: American Ultra starring Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg.

August 28th: Regression starring Ethan Hawke & Emma Watson.

September 4th: Jane Got A Gun starring Natalie Portman and The Transporter Refueled starring Ed Skerin.

September 11th: Triple 9 starring Aaron Paul & Kate Winslet and The Visit starring Kathryn Hahn.

September 18th: Black Mass starring Johnny Depp, Sicario starring Benecio Del Toro and Everest starring Jake Gyllenhaal.

September 25th: The Intern starring Robert DeNiro & Anne Hathaway and Sicario starring Benecio Del Toro.

October 2nd: The Martian starring Matt Damon, Adam Jones starring Bradley Cooper and The Walk starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

October 9th: The Jungle Book starring Scarlett Johansson & Bill Murray and Pan starring Hugh Jackman.

October 16th: Bridge of Spies starring Tom Hanks and Crimson Peak starring Charlie Hunnam.

October 23rd: The Secret In Their Eyes starring Julia Roberts and The Last Witch Hunter starring Vin Diesel.

October 30th: Autobahn starring Anthony Hopkins.

November 6th: The animated Peanuts and Spectre (James Bond) starring Daniel Craig.

November 13th: Rock The Kasbah starring Bruce Willis and Bill Murray and By The Sea starring Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt.

November 20th:  The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 starring Jennifer Lawrence.

November 25th: Creed starring Sly Stallone & Michael B. Jordan, Midnight Special starring Michael Shannon and Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur starring Neil Patrick Harris.

December 11th: In The Heart Of The Sea starring Chris Hemsworth.

December 18th: Star Wars: The Force Awakens starring Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher etc, and Sisters starring Amy Poehler & Tina Fey.

December 25th: The Revenant starring Leo DiCaprio, Joy starring Jennifer Lawrence & Bradley Cooper, Concussion starring Will Smith, The Hateful Eight (from Quentin Tarantino) starring Kurt Russell & Samuel L. Jackson (Limited Release…EVERYWHERE in January), Snowden (Edward Snowden biopic from Oliver Stone) starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Dirty Grandpa starring Robert DeNiro.


Ariana Grande, Rob Thomas, Adele, Beck, Jewel, Seal, Phil Collins, Duran Duran, Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars, Miley Cyrus, No Doubt, Alanis Morissette, John Mayer, Sheryl Crow, Goo Goo Dolls, The Strokes, Don Henley, Janet Jackson, Jon Bon Jovi, Steven Tyler, David Bowie, Meatloaf, George Michael, Justin Bieber, Green Day, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Austin Mahone, Tears For Fears, Def Leppard, Michael Stipe, Metallica, GNR, Megadeth, The Replacements.

Scarpa starring Sly Stallone, Extraction starring Bruce Willis, Bridge of Spies and Ithaca both starring Tom Hanks, The American Can starring Will Smith, Secret In Their Eyes starring Julia Roberts.


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