Discover the fascinating twists and turns behind one of the greatest inventions in human history – the story of electricity.

In The Current War Alfonso Gomez-Rejon presents the epic story of the cutthroat competition between the greatest inventors of the industrial age as Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse engage in a battle of technology and ideas that will determine whose electrical system will power the new century.

Wielding a plethora of the industry’s finest actors and a supercharged natural plotline, Gomez-Rejon is set to power a film that will undoubtedly illuminate the box office.

Continuing this week is the final instalment in Disney Pixar’s most well-known animated franchise: Toy Story 4.

First released in 1995, Toy Story has become the fourth highest grossing animated franchise world-wide. Much was expected from the fourth instalment and it delivered more than just heartfelt nostalgia, crafting a story that evokes laughter as well as tears and appeals to the hearts of both adults and children.

In a recent interview Tom Hanks professed that Toy Story 4 would be the last outing for Buzz & Woody, making this film the closing chapter of a series many adults remember as children. It may tug on the old heartstrings, but the feel-good factor is certainly just as strong in a film set to become an instant Disney classic.

Fresh on the heels of the successes of Aladdin, this summer brings the most anticipated live action remake so far.

Avengers Endgame and Jungle Book director Jon Favreau leads the pride, pulling together an all-star cast including Donald Glover, Seth Rogan and Beyoncé along with music from legendary maestro Hans Zimmer.

This year’s Lion King is a remake of the 1994 film and, although there is a new cast to voice the Serengeti animals, the unmistakable rich tones of James Earl Jones return to bring to life Mufasa, the Lion King.

A piercingly nostalgic story with beautifully composed music supported by awe-inspiring animated animals, this looks to be the spectacle of the summer.

Through his journey of becoming a household name and bringing worldwide exposure to the art of opera, Ron Howard brings us the life and work of Pavarotti.

One of the most influential figures in the operatic sphere, Pavarotti lived a life of highs and lows akin to ones audiences adored onstage.

This new documentary journeys through the gruelling work of his career, challenges in his family life and his role in changing the landscape of the music we know today.

It also features many of the artists and celebrities that the opera legend met and worked with during his life - including Spike Lee, Princess Diana, Bono, Stevie Wonder, Nelson Mandela and, of course, the other two members of The Three Tenors - Plácido Domingo and José Carreras.