In June 2022, Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, and HBO Max will boost their original film offerings.
HBO Max is presenting a fresh version of the iconic “Father of the Bride” film, which is one of the month’s most anticipated films. In the new version, which is centered on a Cuban American family, Andy Garcia, Gloria Estefan, Diego Boneta, and others feature in the new version.
This month, Hulu is also increasing its comedy options with “Fire Island,” a film about a group of homosexual friends on their final yearly trip to Fire Island Pines; and “Good Luck to You, Leo Grande,” about a retired widow who embarks on a sexual awakening journey with the aid of a sex worker.
In addition, two basketball-themed films will be released this month: Netflix’s “Hustle,” starring Adam Sandler as a basketball scout who finds a standout player abroad and brings him over to try out for the NBA; and “Rise,” based on the true story of basketball stars and brothers Giannis and Thanasis Antetokounmpo.
“Interceptor” will be available on Netflix on June 3rd.
“Interceptor,” starring Elsa Pataky and Luke Bracey, is about an army captain who uses her years of training and experience to stop an attack on the remote missile interceptor she is stationed on.
“Fire Island” will be available on Hulu on June 3rd.
The film “Fire Island” follows a group of gay best friends on their penultimate yearly trip to Fire Island Pines. The likes of Bowen Yang, Joel Kim Booster, Margaret Cho, and others feature in the film.
“Hollywood Stargirl” will be available on Disney+ on June 3rd.
“Hollywood Stargirl” is the sequel to Disney+’s first movie. It’s about a little girl named Stargirl Caraway, who leaves her home in Mica, Arizona, to go to Los Angeles when her mother gets a job as a costume designer on a movie.
“Hustle” will be available on Netflix on June 8th.
In “Hustle,” Sandler plays a basketball scout who identifies an outstanding player abroad and brings him to the United States to try his luck in the NBA.
“Father of the Bride” will be available on HBO Max on June 16th.
HBO Max is putting out a new version of the well-known movie “Father of the Bride.” Garcia, Estefan, Boneta, Chloe Fineman, and others are in the cast.
“Spiderhead” will be available on Netflix on June 17th.
“Spiderhead,” based on the New Yorker article “Escape From Spiderhead,” follows two convicts who build a bond while in a state-of-the-art prison and take mind-altering medications in return for a commuted sentence. Chris Hemsworth, Miles Teller, and Jurnee Smollett feature in the picture.
“Best wishes, “Leo Grande” on Hulu on June 17th.
Emma Thompson is a retired widow who hires Daryl McCormack, a young sex worker, to help her find her sexuality again after her marriage ended.
On June 17, “Jerry & Marge Go Large” will be available on Paramount+.
The new movie is based on the true tale of Jerry Selbee, who uncovered a mathematical flaw in the Massachusetts lottery and won millions of dollars to help revitalize his little Michigan town. Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening feature in the picture.
“Rise” will be available on Disney+ on June 24.
“Rise” follows the tale of NBA basketball players and brothers Giannis and Thanasis Antetokounmpo, who found their athletic abilities while growing up in Athens on a local youth team and entered the NBA Draft as long-shot candidates in 2013.
“Trevor: The Musical” will be available on Disney+ on June 24.
“Trevor: The Musical,” a cinematic adaptation of the off-Broadway musical, follows a 13-year-old kid on his quest for self-discovery. The musical is based on the 1995 Oscar-winning short film, which also served as the inspiration for The Trevor Project, the world’s biggest LGBTQ suicide prevention and mental health organization for young people.