“Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” – June 4
Can the wee wizard triumph over the mightiest of foes: puberty?

“The Chronicles of Riddick” – June 11
A sequel to a movie nobody saw – but something tempted classy-pants actress Judi Dench to co-star in it.

“Garfield” – June 11
Big, fat cat gets big, fat movie – and Jennifer Love Hewitt, apparently.

“The Stepford Wives” – June 11
Attack of the clones – on the suburban scale.

“Zatoichi” – June 11
Cult actor and “Battle Royale” veteran Takeshi Kitano writes, directs and stars in this blind swordsman epic.

“Around the World in 80 Days” – June 16
Don’t remember a martial arts expect in this Jules Verne classic? Neither did Jackie Chan, but that didn’t stop him from starring in this remake.

“Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story” – June 18
Vince Vaughn and Ben Stiller do silly things for the camera. Oh, and Ben Stiller’s wife is there.

“The Terminal” – June 18
Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg re-team for the story of an immigrant stranded in an airport.

“The Door in the Floor” – June 23
Jeff Bridges, Kim Basinger and Mimi Rogers star in this film partly based on a John Irving novel.

“White Chicks” – June 23
Out of the “Scary Movie” business, the Wayans brothers take on rich heiress sisters.

“De-Lovely” – June 23
A quasi-musical biopic about Cole Porter.

“The Notebook” – June 25
A Nicholas Sparks novel flung onto the silver screen like so much feces.

“Spider-Man 2” – June 30
Two – count ’em – two lunatics in supersuits mimicking eight-legged animals.

“Before Sunset” – July 2
Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy reprise their roles as lovers in this sequel to Art Linklater’s 1995 film “Before Sunrise.”

“King Arthur” – July 7
The story of Camelot, minus the sorcery but plus Keira Knightley.

“Anchorman” – July 9
If for no other reason, watch it so you’ll understand what everybody’s quoting in the fall.

“A Cinderella Story” – July 16
Take that, Lindsay Lohan. Hilary Duff stars as the underappreciated princess-to-be.

“I, Robot” – July 16
No, no. You, Will Smith. Will this remake be a major malfunction?

“The Bourne Supremacy” – July 23
Matt Damon plays superspy Jason Bourne once again.

“Catwoman” – July 23
The summer’s other cat movie. Thanks for nothing, Julie Newmar. Bonus points: “MADtv” alum Alex Boorstein co-stars.

“The Manchurian Candidate” – July 30
Jonathan Demme’s take on John Frankenheimer’s taut political thriller.

“Metallica: Some Kind of Monster” – July 30
Documentary about Metallica members bickering.

“Thunderbirds” – July 30
Live-action update of the ’60s puppet show.

“The Village” – July 30
Creepy and Amish-looking. Two of the same thing, really.

“Donnie Darko: The Director’s Cut” – Sometime in July
With 20 extra minutes of footage, what hijinks could Frank the Rabbit get himself into?

“Collateral” – Aug. 6
Tom Cruise, assassin. Jamie Foxx, cabdriver. You, blown away.

“Ju-on: The Grudge” – Aug. 6
Like “The Ring”? Then catch this Japanese ghost flick starring Chiaki Kurayama (a.k.a. Miss Gogo Yubari of “Kill Bill” fame).

“Shall We Dance?” – Aug 6.
Richard Gere and J-Lo fox-trot through this remake of a Japanese romantic comedy.

“She Hate Me” – Aug. 6
Spike Lee’s latest has a fired exec impregnating wealthy lesbians. Bai Ling and Monica Bellucci star.

“Princess Diaries 2: The Royal Engagement” – Aug. 11
Girliest. Movie. Ever.

“Alien vs. Predator” – Aug. 20
Manliest. Movie. Ever.

“Exorcist: The Beginning” – Aug. 20
Because masturbation with a crucifix isn’t in enough movies nowadays.

“Hero” – Aug. 20
Jet Li stars in this punch-and-slash flick about the unification of China.

“I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead” – Aug. 20
And you’ll watch this movie when you’re bored.

“Without a Paddle” – Aug. 20
Burt Reynolds stalks Matthew Lillard and Seth Green in the woods.

“Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence” – Sometime in August
Follow-up to the 1995 film that was so “Matrix” before there even was “The Matrix.”