Chicago released its movie lineup Wednesday for this years' annual Millennium Park Summer Film Series.
The series, which will kick off with the musical classic Hairspray displayed on a 40-foot LED screen, will run on Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. from June 5 to August 21 at the Pritzker Pavilion.
Visitors and locals will be able to enjoy family blockbusters as well as award-winning films for free, under a floating canopy of steel with Pavilion’s concert-hall quality sound system, according to the city's official site.
A total of 14 local film festivals are to program a movie each.
Here's a look at the full lineup:
June 5: Hairspray
Programed by Chicago Underground Film Festival
June 12: Mad Max: Fury Road
Programed by Chicago Critics Film Festival
June 19: Kinky Boots
Programed by Reeling LGBTQ International Film Festival
June 26: Groundhog Day
Programed by Chicago Comedy Film Festival and Second City
July 3: High Fidelity
Programed by Midwest Independent Film Festival
Monday, July 9 at 11 a.m.: Iron Giant
Programed by Chicago International Children’s Film Festival
July 10: Man on Wire
Programed by DOC10 Film Festival
July 17: International Media Mixer
Programed by Chicago Film Archive
July 24: Get Out
Programed by Gene Siskel Film Center’s Black Harvest Film Festival
July 31: WALL-E and Crash
Programed by One Earth Film Festival and Peace on Earth Film Festival respectively
August 7: School of Rock
Programed by Chicago International Movies and Music Festival
August 14: Coco
Programed by Chicago Latino Film Festival
August 21: Slumdog Millionaire
Programed by Chicago International Film Festival