New Movies

Watching movies is an obvious way to spend your time, but soon you will start burning through all the current movies available to stream. That’s why movie studios and streaming services are releasing content for streaming earlier than planned. This article has been updated with the news that the Tom Hanks World War II drama will now be shown on Apple TV.
We’ve put together a list of some great options for those who want to see something new while exercising social detachment and behaving accordingly.
Note: In total, over 50 movies and series will be shown on Netflix in the US on June 1, and we will update every other day with new titles to be announced. Netflix has released the full list, which we’ve added below, but if you’re on Netflix, you’ll also find regional lists here, where we’re currently reporting on what’s coming for the UK in June.
Anime fantasy series that will appeal to millions of nostalgic viewers with their nostalgic take on the classic manga series and a new spin-off of the same name.
Fuller House comes to an end in June for 13 Reasons Why, but it also features a new spin-off of the popular comedy series from David Duchovny, the show’s creator. Whether you want to see the final season of House of Cards or the first episode of Stranger Things, the streaming service offers plenty of fresh content for subscribers. The final installment of the Netflix original series Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be released on June 2.
This means this is the last time you can watch Stephanie, DJ, Kimmy and the rest of the gang come through a crazy situation with hugs and understanding, and it’s worth it. Nevertheless, there is no time like the present to catch up with all the films on this list.
To help you separate the wheat from the chaff, we’ve rounded up the four most prominent streaming platforms, including Netflix and Amazon Prime.
If you’re looking for a new Netflix movie to be released in June 2020, or for new or recurring Netflix series to arrive this month, look no further than the list below. We’ve also taken a look at the most popular Netflix movies of all time, as well as some of the best movies on Amazon Prime. So if you want to watch movies, TV series and other content on Netflix, we have something for you.
If you don’t believe us, you can check out our list of the most popular Netflix movies of all time as well as the best movies on Amazon Prime Video. It’s May, and June is going to be a busy month with 46 different original films and series debuting on Netflix, along with great content licensed from other studios. Now all movies that have been released in the US since the outbreak of the disease can be streamed via AmazonPrime Video.
The latest feature film featuring the characters Hanna – Barbara and Scooby – Doo is set to hit theaters on May 15.
The film will be available on Blu-ray and DVD on May 15, with limited release in cinemas in the US and Canada.
It is hard to believe that this is the time of year when blockbuster films usually occupy the entire space and smaller genre films struggle to find an audience. While we’re missing out on big screen launches, the upside is that there’s another month in which horror fans can focus on movies and TV shows that will stay out of the spotlight longer than they ever had to. But don’t worry, as alongside independent horror films there are plenty of high-profile debuts that will delight you, including the long-awaited release of one of our most anticipated video games of all time, Resident Evil 7.
After Disney debuted the high-flying, big, deafening elephant, Tim Burton is directing a live-action remake starring John Travolta, Robert De Niro and a host of other iconic Disney characters as Disney launches its first ever live-action movie. Originally derided as a “queer horror classic,” the sequel later gained cult followers for its star Mark Patton and has since earned another cult star in Mark Patton.
Lionsgate briefly released the film in theaters, but now says it will be released on demand on March 27. The Marvel Cinematic Universe, which features a truly breathtaking array of superheroes, effectively ends the current Marvel story. Judging by the record – breaking the first 24 hours of pre-orders – it’s no exaggeration to predict that Infinity War could be the greatest movie of all time.
If you’re looking for a sci-fi action thriller, Bloodshot stars Vin Diesel and Sam Hueghan. The film, which is based on the comic book, was released in cinemas on March 13 but will now be available on demand on March 24. Warner Bros. will release it on home video on March 24 and on Blu-ray and DVD on April 1.