The June box office will likely cash in on Wonder Woman, Transformers: The Last Knight and Despicable Me 3 but it is Baby Driver that has MHT excited. There’s a total of 32 movies due to come out in some capacity in June and here are the trailers for all of them as well as what MHT is most (and least) excited for:
1. Baby Driver (June 28)
Ansel Elgort plays Baby, a getaway driver for a crew of rotating bank robbers meets a girl who makes him re-think his career choice but getting out is harder than he thought. Lily James is the love interest. The cast also features Kevin Spacey, Jamie Foxx, Jon Hamm, Jon Bernthal and Flea.
2. Wonder Woman (June 2)
DC gets one right? Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman might have been the best thing about Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice so hopes are high!
3. All Eyez On Me (June 16)
Will this have the same pull as Straight Outta Compton?
4. Rough Night (June 16)
A bachelorette party gone wrong seemingly follows in the footsteps of 1998’s Very Bad Things with a gender bending twist.
5. The Mummy (June 9)
Anyone want to bet we get some footage of Tom Cruise doing his own stunts at some point?
6. Despicable Me 3 (June 30)
There’s Minions. This will inexplicably make bank.
7. The House (June 30)
Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler look to give us the biggest laugh of the summer. The trailer indicates they might deliver.
8. Megan Leavey (June 9)
Based on a true story, Kate Mara plays Megan Leavey, a young Marine corporal who forms a relationship with Rex, a K9 unit dog and the dog saves her life. The film explores her attempts to get the dog released from duty.
9. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (June 2)
Animated feature based on a children’s novel of the same name. The film includes voice work from Kevin Hart, Ed Helms, Thomas Middleditch and Jordan Peele.
10. 47 Meters Down (June 16)
Mandy Moore and Claire Holt play two sisters vacationing in Mexico who decide to experience what it’s like to be in a shark cage. The story picks up when the two get trapped at the bottom of the ocean with only an hour of oxygen left in shark infested waters.
11. The Beguiled (June 23)
Sofia Coppola won the Best Director award for this film at Cannes. This one has guilty pleasure written all over it.
12. My Cousin Rachel (June 9)
The Daphne du Maurier novel gets another movie. The first came out in 1952, one year after the novel’s release. The 2017 film features Rachel Weisz as Rachel.
13. The Book of Henry (June 16)
Two of the best young actors going right now are Jaeden Lieberher and Jacob Tremblay who both are in this film. Lieberher plays the titular character and comes off of memorable roles in St. Vincent and Midnight Special. Naomi Watts also stars.
14. The Big Sick (June 23)
Kumail Nanjiani stars in a film based on his own real-life courtship of his now wife Emily Gordon. The role of Emily is played by Zoë Kazan. Holly Hunter and Ray Romano play her parents.
15. It Comes At Night (June 9)
This might be the scare of the summer and has the cache of A24 behind it.
16. Transformers: The Last Knight (June 21)
There’s a rumor that Transformers: The Last Knight is 3 hours and 2 minutes long. Though unconfirmed, the thought of being trapped in a theater for 3+ hours with this franchise is enough to make you run the other direction.
17. Band Aid (June 2)
Troubled married couple turns their arguments into songs and forms a band.
18. The Little Hours (June 30)
I really don’t know how to describe The Little Hours but it features nuns with foul mouths and a knack for sinning.
19. The Hero (June 9)
When an old Western icon gets cancer, he befriends a stand-up comic and tries to make amends with his estranged daughter. Sam Elliott plays the Western icon, Laura Prepon is the stand-up comic and Krysten Ritter is the estranged daughter.
20. Beatriz at Dinner (June 9)
An immigrant health practitioner (Salma Hayek) attends a dinner party thrown by some wealthy clients. There she trades ideological differences with her circle of rich, racist friends including a billionaire real estate mogul named Don Strutt. I wonder if he tweets?
21. Cars 3 (June 16)
Disney puts another cash cow out to pasture.
22. Dean (June 2)
A father and son try to deal with the loss of their wife/mother.
23. Vincent N Roxxy (June 2)
A loner and a punk rocker find love and a trail of violence follows them wherever they go.
24. Maudie (June 16)
Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke star in a film that’s already 14/15 positive reviews on Rotten Tomatoes.
25. The Journey (June 16)
A fictionalized account of the true story of two political enemies from Northern Ireland forced to work through their differences when put in a position to take a trip together. Colm Meaney and Timothy Spall play the enemies.
26. The Bad Batch (June 23)
A dystopian Texan wasteland, a community of cannibals and Keanu Reeves… what more do you need? (Hint: A lot.)
27. Ripped (June 23)
After smoking some top secret pot in 1986, two stoners wake up in 2016 starring Russell Peters and Faizon Love as the stoners.
28. Pray for Rain (June 16)
This looks way too serious to be a summer film. This action-drama features Jane Seymour and Annabelle Stephenson as the two biggest stars in the movie. We’re not expecting a wide release on this one.
29. The Recall (June 2)
Five friends vacation in a remote cabin and cross paths with a seemingly crazy hunter (Wesley Snipes) who becomes their only hope when they find themselves at the center of an alien invasion and abduction. And this isn’t the worst looking film about aliens coming this month.
30. Alien Arrival (June 23)
THIS is the worst looking film about aliens coming this month.
31. A Beginner’s Guide to Snuff (June 23)
Two brothers stage a kidnapping to make a realistic snuff film. Things go south when the tables are turned. Things actually went south when the script was green lighted.
32. Amityville: The Awakening (June 30)
This horror flick was made in 2014 and even had origins that began in 2012. At one point it even had a January 2017 release date backed with TV advertising… it’s now found its way on the calendar at the end of June. Sometimes people go see horror films just because they’re there. Maybe that’s what happens with Amityville: The Awakening.