Transformers Dark Side of the Moon, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, Horrible Bosses

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Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Hangover Part II and Ex-Men: First Class were some of the biggest and most anticipated summer 2011 releases. With them already in theaters what else can we look forward to?

Plenty! From alien transformers attacking the world to the final installment of an epic series, summer releases are just heating up.

And you know what that means: Movie trailers are hitting the public left and right to get us amped.

But how to cut through all the noise? Never fear, we've got the five best summer movie trailers right here.

Green Lantern
What's better than Ryan Reynolds in a tight green suit saving the world? This trailer provides just enough plot information, confusion, sexiness and comedy to keep us wanting more.  

Release date: June 17th

Transformers: Dark of the Moon
The action-packed trailer introduces a new line of transformers that have been lying dormant on the dark side of the moon and are awakened. Like the last two installments, a fight to save Earth ensues and seems pretty hopeless. Will Shia LaBeouf and the gang be able to save us again? Ya think?

Release Date: July 1st

Horrible Bosses
Everyone's had a boss who's made their life miserable. Well, these three guys have too, but they plan on doing something about it. Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrell, Kevin Spacey and Jamie Foxx team up for a killer summer comedy.

Release Date: July 8th

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2
The worldwide phenomenon ends. And the trailer doesn't disappoint. We see fighting, tears, explosions and more, ending up with Harry and Voldemort battling one-on-one. Only one can live. The trailer leaves fans' emotions swirling as we teeter on the precipice of the final installment.

Release Date: July 15th

Don't Be Afraid of the Dark
Childhood fear proves to be legitimate in this new Katie Holmes vehicle. The trailer's creepy voices are scary enough, but the scares just start there. This definitely reminds us of why were once (and probably are again, thanks to this movie) afraid of the dark.

Release Date: August 26th


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