Best Movies Releasing In June 2022 – DualShockers

June is coming with great movies including Lightyear, The Black Phone, and more.

What else could be better than a remarkable film and a bucket full of popcorn? Get ready to enjoy your summer with these movies releasing in June.

Wasn’t May 2022 the best with releases like Top Gun: Maverick, Doctor Strange, Firestarter, The Bob’s Burgers, and other great movies? Well, June is promising to bring even greater movies with its arrival, not to mention some of the most hotly anticipated TV shows. With Hollywood favorites like Kristen Stewart, Adam Sandler, Chris Pratt, Chris Hemsworth, and many others dotting the cast lists, it’s shaping up to be a busy month for the cinephiles.

Interceptor is an action and drama movie directed by Matthew Reilly. Although the movie was planned to be released in Australia in 2021, it ended up being delayed. Interceptor stars Elsa Pataky as JJ Collins and Luke Bracy as Alexander Kessel. After US military intelligence officer Alexander Kessel plans to carry out a deadly plan, Collins decides to stop him by using her military training.

Release date and where to watch – June 3rd, 2022, on Netflix

This movie will undoubtedly be the best release for the people who cherish biographies and war films. In the UK, Benediction was released on May 20th, 2022, but it is yet to be released in the US. It’s a story about the British poet Siegfried Sassoon, who became a voice against the government for their continuation of World War I. Everything he saw in the war inspired Siegfried Sassoon to relate his experiences in the form of poetry.

Release date and where to watch – June 3rd, 2022, in cinemas

If you can’t stand extreme bloodshed and mutilation of the body, we suggest you skip this one. Crimes of the Future is an upcoming body torture film directed by David Cronenberg. David is famous for his horror work, especially in the vein of body horror. The movie is about a man named Saul, who starts to grow new organs as humans adapt to the synthetic environment. Saul, along with Caprice, starts to showcase his body changes in a gruesome theatrical performance.

Release date and where to watch – June 3rd, 2022, in cinemas

Tons of horror, action, comedy, and adventure movies are released every month, but what about the people with an interest in sports movies? Well, here’s one for you this month. Starring Adam Sandler, Queen Latifah, and Ben Foster, Hustle is an upcoming sports drama film. The actual release date of the movie was set for June 8th, 2022, but then it was planned to release two days earlier. The movie is about a former Basketball player who wants to get back in the game and play in the NBA, for which he recruits a coach.

Release date and where to watch – June 8th, 2022, on Netflix

All kinds of scary dinosaurs are coming back with another Jurassic Park franchise movie, Jurassic World Dominion. It will be the sixth movie of the franchise and the final one in the Jurassic World trilogy. The movie will take place four years after the destruction of Isla Lumber, after which the dinosaurs live and hunt all over the earth. The movie will finally determine if humans will remain the superior beings of the planet or succumb to the deadly dinosaurs.

Release date and where to watch – June 10th, 2022, in cinemas

Don’t expect us to leave animated movie aficionados behind, as we have Lightyear releasing in June 2022. Pixar Animation Studio has taken the project, so it’s apparent that the movie is going to be a great one. Lightyear will take you into the intergalactic adventures of Buzz Lightyear, including his other teammates and robot companion Sox. Chris Evans has voiced the character of Buzz, while Keke Palmer has voiced Izzy Hawthorne.

Release date and where to watch – June 17th, 2022, in cinemas

With Chris Hemsworth and Miles Teller in the lead roles, Spiderhead is a science fiction thriller based on a short story by Joseph Kosinski, Escape from Spiderhead. The movie is about two convicts trapped in prison, run by Steve Abnesti (played by Chris Hemsworth), a visionary who in exchange for the reduction in sentence, offers the opportunity to the prisoners to have a mind-altering drug tested out on them. Jeff (Miles Teller) will try to do everything in his power to save Rachel (Jurnee Smollett) from the tests.

Release date and where to watch – June 17th, 2022, on Netflix

If you are an Elvis Presley fan, then there’s something exciting coming out for you. This musical film by Baz Luhrmann is a biopic of the legendary singer and actor Elvis Presley. Elvis will give you a complete tour of Presley’s life, from his wanna-be pop star and actor childhood to his pinnacle of success and bonding with his manager, Colonel Tom Parker. Where Austin Butler plays Elvis Presley, Tom Hanks will star as Tom Parker.

Release date and where to watch – June 24th, 2022, in cinemas

The Black Phone got postponed a few times, but now the movie is finally getting released in June. It’s a supernatural horror film starring Ethan Hawke as The Grabber, the movie’s main antagonist. We recently saw Ethan’s stunning performance in Moon Knight, which makes this movie even more special. The Grabber abducts a child and locks him in a soundproof room with a disconnected phone. But the child soon realizes that the phone transmits the voices of Grabber’s previous victims, which he uses to get out of his grasp.

Release date and where to watch – June 24th, 2022, in cinemas

Here’s another sports drama movie we are getting in June. Just like Hustle, Rise is also based on a Basketball game, but this one is based on a true story. It’s about the life of the Antetokounmpo family, who move to Greece from Nigeria for a better life. But their struggles don’t seem to end until the three brothers realize their natural talent in Basketball. Soon they make their successful career in the game.

Release date and where to watch – June 24th, 2022, on Disney+
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