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Paola Ardizzoni and Emilio Pereda

Carlos Areces as Fajas and Raúl Arévalo as Ulloa in I’m So Excited.

Patti Perret

DEA agents Bobby Trench (Denzel Washington) and Deb Rees (Paula Patton) in 2 Guns.

Nick Walker

Imagine Dragons, an American rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada played in Boston last month.

Fat Possum Records

Album cover art of Anna Von Hausswolff’s new album Ceremony.

Per Arnesen

Mads Mikkelsen and Alexandra Rapaport in The Hunt.

Debbie Douglass

The 12 by 4-foot fabric collage depicting the Charles River, a memorial to the victims of the Boston Marathon tragedy.

Warner Bros. Pictures

Joey King as Christine in the supernatural thriller The Conjuring.

James Fisher

Logan (Hugh Jackman) in The Wolverine.

Michael Tackett

From left: Casey Mathis (Emma Roberts), Rose O’Reilly (Jennifer Aniston) and David Clark (Jason Sudeikis) in We’re the Millers.

Kerry Hayes

Raleigh Beckett (Charlie Hunnam) in Pacific Rim.

Kerry Hayes

Mako Mori (Rinko Kikuchi) in Pacific Rim.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Delftsche Slaolie (Delft Salad Oil) by Johannes Theodorus Toorop (Dutch, 1894), included in the Art Nouveau exhibit.

Tracy Bennett

Roxanne Feder (Salma Hayek), Eric Lamonsoff (Kevin James), Becky Feder (Alexys Nicole Sanchez), Kurt McKenzie (Chris Rock), Sally Lamonsoff (Maria Bello), Lenny Feder (Adam Sandler) and Marcus Higgins (David Spade) at The Ice Cream House in Grown Ups 2.

Jean-Paul Goude

From left: Lola Duenas, Laya Martí, José María Yazpik, Antonio De La Torre, Blanca Suárez, Carlos Areces, Hugo Silva, Cecilia Roth, José Luis Torrijo, Raúl Arévalo, Miguel Ángel Silvestre and director Pedro Almodovar.

Greg Steinbrecher—The Tech

A mother and daughter dance during the Boston Pops concert. The Pops performed with a number of artists; this year, only artists with ties to Boston were selected.

Steven Sullivan—The Tech

Comic book fans and cosplayers stand in a line wrapping around the back of the Seaport World Trade Center, this year’s location for Boston Comic Con.

Steven Sullivan—The Tech

A cosplayer presumably dressed as SuperBatThor exits the Boston Comic Con.

Steven Sullivan—The Tech

Boston Comic Con attendees move about the halls of the Seaport World Trade Center.

Greg Steinbrecher—The Tech

MIT Police Sergeant Cheryl Vossmer cheers as a couple swing dances during the Boston Pops concert. Several other onlookers, including the flag-waver, sport “Collier Strong” shirts.

Steven Sullivan—The Tech

A Bane cosplayer walks the halls of Comic Con with his protege, Baby-Bane.

Steven Sullivan—The Tech

A cosplayer dressed as Master Chief from the Halo video game series poses for fans.

Greg Steinbrecher—The Tech

Dusk falls over the Boston Pops during their annual Fourth of July concert. The Pops perform annually at the Hatch Shell on the Esplanade, playing music ranging from Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture to a Boston-themed version of “Take Me Out to the Ball Game.”

Greg Steinbrecher—The Tech

Thousands of fireworks attendees stream across the footbridge overlooking Storrow Drive, making their way from the Hatch Shell and Esplanade back into Boston.

Steven Sullivan—The Tech

Steve Sullivan ’15 (a Tech cartoonist) poses with a Mr. T cosplayer at Boston Comic Con.

Greg STeinbrecher—The Tech

As seen from the bank of the Esplanade near the Hatch Shell, fireworks explode over the Charles River.

Subramanian Sundaram—The Tech

Independence Day fireworks seen over the Harvard bridge from the top of the Green Building.