New in theaters: 'X-Men: Dark Phoenix', 'The Secret Life of Pets 2,' 'Late Night'

'X-Men: Dark Phoenix,' directed by Simon Kinberg, tops the global box office, grossing some $140 million worldwide.

The X-Men saga reaches a conclusion in "Dark Phoenix," domesticated animals live on the wild side in "The Secret Life of Pets 2," and an experienced talk show host looks for new ideas in "Late Night."

X-Men: Dark Phoenix (PG-13)
Select release dates: France, Ireland, India, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, UK - June 5; Australia, Hong Kong, Netherlands - June 6; Canada, USA - June 7


[Final Trailer: youtu.be/azvR__GRQic]
Story: X-Men team member Jean Grey begins turning into a Dark Phoenix, a being of such destructive power that ends up threatening the earth's population as a whole.
Starring "X-Men: Apocalypse" returnees Sophie Turner, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender and Jennifer Lawrence, with Jessica Chastain ("It Chapter Two") and directed by Simon Kinberg (episode of 2019's "The Twilight Zone").

The Secret Life of Pets 2 (PG)
Select release dates: Netherlands, the Philippines - June 5; Canada, USA - June 7; Australia, Hong Kong - June 20; China - July 5; Japan - July 26; France - July 31. In Ireland, the UK, Singapore since late May


[Final trailer: youtu.be/EUZpVWepAQw]
Story: Adventurous dog Max shows us what it's like when owners leave for the day and he and his pet pals are left to their own devices.
Starring Patton Oswalt ("Ratatouille"), Kevin Hart ("The Secret Life of Pets") and Harrison Ford ("Indiana Jones", "Star Wars" franchises) and directed by Chris Renaud ("Despicable Me," "Minions") and Jonathan del Val (animator on "Despicable Me," "Minions").

Late Night (R)
Select release dates: Canada, Ireland, UK, USA - June 7; Australia - July 25


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Story: A formidable, influential talk show host needs to come up with a plan to stop herself from being replaced and receives help from an unlikely source.
Starring Emma Thompson ("Sense & Sensibility," "Men in Black: International"), Mindy Kaling ("Inside Out," "The Office") and directed by Nisha Ganatra (TV's "Transparent," "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," "The Last Man on Earth").