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Aren’t they just adorable?

22 Jump Street stars Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum cuddle up to talk about the summer’s most bromantic comedy for this week’s cover. 

Photo Credit: Robert Trachtenberg for EW

Wolverine! Mystique! Magneto! Talk about epic.

Get the latest on ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ and more in our SUMMER MOVIE PREVIEW.

BONUS: It’s a double issue, guys!

Which movie this summer had the highest HIT score?

Hint: It’s on the chart above as well as here.

We want your nominations for EW’s Summer Movie Awards!

Ever wanted to know what Jamie Campbell Bower’s go-to karaoke song is? Well you’re in luck!

The cast of Mortal Instruments: City of Bones answers this question and more as part of our Pop Culture Personality Test.

This week in EW: We go inside the making of Elysium, this summer’s most provocative (and political) action film. Here’s a synopsis:

The year is 2154 and Earth has become a Third World slum. The wealthy have long since departed, inhabiting an exclusive satellite paradise where advanced medical technology heals any ailment, from a hangnail to terminal cancer, in seconds. Damon plays Max, an orphan who dreams of the Eden in the sky, but is stuck slaving at a Los Angeles factory that manufactures droids. When he is accidentally irradiated, Silkwood-style, and told he has five days to live, Max hatches a plan to save himself. To do that, though, he’ll have to team up with a band of revolutionaries determined to make Elysium accessible to all. Standing in his way are Secretary Delacourt (Jodie Foster), head of Elysium’s Civil Cooperation Bureau, who guns down any illegal spaceship attempting to enter the satellite’s orbit, and her psychotic henchman (District 9‘s Sharlto Copley), dispatched to take Max and his crew out.

This week in EW: It’s our summer movie preview issue, featuring an all-new Superman movie that shuns kryptonite in favor of character development.

But when Snow White lands in the Dark Woods, Snow White and the Huntsman becomes a very different sort of movie. It turns into a clangy medieval epic, full of random woodland monsters and battles, and it begins to lose the pulse of its fairy-tale mystique. It’s like watching Clash of the Titans IV: Revenge of the Blood Apple.

Owen Gleiberman was into the first part of Snow White and the Huntsman. The second part? Not so much.

Exclusive Amazing Spider-Man photos — featuring Emma Stone, Andrew Garfield, and this cuddly little spider-guy — await you at EW.com.

This week in EW: It’s Avengin’ time! We did an exclusive Q&A with Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Samuel L. Jackson, Jeremy Renner, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Evans and Mark Ruffalo; see video from our roundtable at PopWatch, and get the whole scoop in the magazine.

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