Our basketball player Juancho Hernangómez debuts as an actor in Garra alongside Adam Sandler, Elsa Pataky and Chris Hemsworth have separate premieres, a new version of La Casa de Papel arrives and much more content between the June premieres.
Movies and documentaries to premiere in June
It will be released on Friday, June 3 Interceptor, the story about Captain JJ Collins (Elsa Pataky), in command of a remote nuclear missile interception base in the middle of the Pacific. Collins will have to face the corrupt Alexander Kessel (Luke Bracey), a former US Army intelligence agent willing to carry out an inconceivable plan.
June 8 arrives Clawa new film starring Adam Sandler as a basketball scout who finds an extraordinary player abroad with a troubled past, who will be played by our current Utah Jazz player, Juancho Hernangómez,
On June 14, fans of Jennifer Lopez will be in luck, because that’s when it premieres Jennifer Lopez: Halftimea documentary in which the global music superstar reflects on his multifaceted career and the pressure of living in the spotlight.
The next day comes The God’s anger, a film about the mystery that surrounds the death of Luciana’s relatives one after another in a mysterious way and how she does the impossible to save her sister Valentina, the only relative she has left alive. Luciana finds herself at a crossroads between reason and death. In the race against time to bring her truth to light, she will seal a blood pact to consummate her revenge.
On the 16th we have a new documentary, Toma Ikuta canta, baila e interpreta kabukiabout Japanese actor Toma Ikuta, preparing to act in a new ‘kabuki’ play, and his 20-year friendship with ‘kabuki’ star Matsuya Onoe.
It will be released on June 17 Spiderhead, based on the story ‘Escape From Spiderhead’ by George Saunders for The New Yorker. Starring Chris Hemsworth, Miles Teller and Jurnee Smollett, it tells the story of two inmates who begin a relationship and confront their respective pasts in a state-of-the-art prison run by a visionary who experiments on inmates using mind-altering drugs.
June 19 arrives Ben Crump: The Advocate for African Americansa documentary film about the revolutionary civil rights lawyer Ben Crump, known for demanding that the United States assume what is owed to his clients, including the family of George Floyd and that of Breonna Taylor.
By last, The Man from Toronto comes June 24, the story of a disastrous sales consultant and the world’s deadliest murderer, who are victims of a mistaken identity after meeting in a rental cabin.
Netflix series for the month of June
On June 2 a new season of Borgen: Kingdom, power and glorydealing with some of the most prominent political issues of our time, the relevance of the Kingdom of Denmark in today’s world.
Eirik Jensen: Police or criminal? it arrives the next day, June 3. It tells of the unprecedented criminal trial against Eirik Jensen, Norway’s most famous police officer, who is considered the best police officer in Norwegian history and also the biggest drug trafficker ever seen in Scandinavia.
wings of ambition opens in Spain that same day. It is about the clash between generation X, which continues to occupy positions of responsibility in the business sector, and generation Z, which is emerging strongly.
The second season of The Floor is Lava! also arrives on the same day June 3. This time, with more challenging obstacles, more risk and even hotter lava. And as a novelty this season, the contestants will see them with a huge and very slippery volcano.
On Friday, June 3, it will have even more premieres with summer’s challengea teen series about a wildly rebellious American teenager finds family, friends and the perfect wave in an Australian surf town.
To close the month we will have a new version of La Casa de Papel. The Paper House: Korea arrives on June 24, 2022 with a new way of telling the story about the biggest robbery in our national fiction. This time, the coup will be related to the unification of the two Koreas.