Top 10 upcoming Netflix movies in June 2022

The month of June promises to be an eventful one as Netflix continues to release movies around the world to keep audiences satiated for content.

There is a good collection of movies coming out in June showcasing a plethora of styles and stories. Here is a list of the Top 10 upcoming Netflix movies in June 2022.

1. Interceptor

Cast: Elsa Pataky, Luke Bracey, Aaron Glenane, Mayen Mehta, Paul Caesar, Belinda Jombwe

Captain JJ Collins (Pataky) finds herself in charge of a lone nuclear missile interceptor base in the middle of the Pacific Ocean after she is wrongfully drummed out of her dream job at the Pentagon.

When the base finds itself under attack by a crooked former US military intelligence officer, Alexander Kessel (Bracey), Collins must hold her ground and fend off this threat as the last line of defence.

Release date: 3 June

2. Sonic the Hedgehog

Cast: Ben Schwartz, James Marsden, Jim Carrey, Tika Sumpter, Natasha Rothwell, Adam Pally

Sonic (Shwartz), an anthropomorphic blue hedgehog with the power to run at superspeeds, gets trapped on Earth and spends ten years living a secret life of solitude until he gets fed up and draws the wrong kind of attention to himself.

With the help of the sheriff (Marsden) of the local town where he hides out, he must stay safe and out of the hands of the US army and the crazed roboticist, Dr Robotnik (Carrey).

Release date: 5 June

3. Hustle

Cast: Adam Sandler, Ben Foster, Robert Duvall, Queen Latifah, Jaleel White, Juancho Hernangomez

Stanley Beren (Sandler) is a washed-up basketball scout who serendipitously discovers Spanish amateur baller, Bo Cruz (Hernangomez), playing in a park outside Madrid.

Beren makes it his mission to get Bo into the NBA and launch his career while also getting a chance to revive his own and get his life back together.

Release date: 8 June

4. Trees of Peace

Cast: Eliane Umuhire, Charmaine Bingwa, Ella Cannon, Bola Koleosho, Tongayi Chirisa, Jamal Akakpo

During the 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda, four women from different backgrounds and beliefs hide within a small compartment underground to survive.

Inspired by true events, the film chronicles the struggles that these women face and how spending time and sharing such close quarters brings them all together and gives each of them a glimpse into the lives of the others.

Release date: 10 June

5. Halftime

Cast: Jennifer Lopez

This Netflix original documentary follows the career of Jennifer Lopez, which centres on the momentous year in which the multi-hyphenate turned 50 with a heavy focus on her performance at the Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show. Halftime has been directed by Amanda Micheli.

Release date: 14 June

6. Wrath of God

Cast: Juan Minujín, Macarena Achaga, Diego Peretti

Luciana, a young woman immersed in a circle of mysterious deaths of relatives and the growing suspicion that the person responsible is an enigmatic writer, her former boss.

She reaches out to a journalist to tell her story and once he begins digging into the story, he discovers a secret worth revealing.

Release date: 15 June

7. Centauro

Cast: Àlex Monner, Begoña Vargas, Édgar Vittorino, Carlos Bardem, Patricia Vico

When his mother gets in too deep with a cartel, Rafa has to put his dreams of being a professional superbike racer on hold to repay the debt. He serves as a drug courier, using his skills and experience to swiftly transfer packages across the city while being chased by the authorities or other enemies.

An adrenaline filled story about a man torn between chasing his dreams and taking care of his family.

Release date: 15 June

8. Spiderhead

Cast: Miles Teller, Chris Hemsworth, Charles Parnell, Jurnee Smollett, Nathan Jones, Tess Haubrich

Jeff (Teller) is a criminal who joins a program to be a scientific guinea pig to shorten his sentence. He’s transferred to a facility called Spiderhead, where residents are test subjects for various drugs that illicit certain emotional or physical responses.

The line between what can be considered humane or not is largely blurred in this program as Doctor Abnesti (Hemsworth), the overseer of the project, displays some questionable ethics.

Release date: 17 June

9. The Little Things

Cast: Denzel Washington, Rami Malek, Jared Leto, Chris Bauer, Michael Hyatt, Terry Kinney

Deke (Washington) is a county sheriff with a keen eye for the little things and a propensity for circumventing basic rules to his benefit. When he’s paired up with detective Baxter (Malek) to hunt down a serial killer, things heat up as these two contrasting personalities learn from each other.

Throw in the eerie disposition of prime suspect Albert Sparma (Leto) and you get a recipe for suspense and spine-chiling drama.

Release date: 19 June

10. Love & Gelato

Cast: Owen McDonnell, Anjelika Washington, Susanna Skaggs, Valentina Lodovini, Tobia De Angelis, Alex Boniello

Lina is fulfilling her mother’s dying wish by spending the summer in Italy with her father who she hasn’t seen before her entire life. When she arrives, she’s given an old diary which belonged to her mother.

THis diary gives her an eye opening account into the way her mother lived her life and also reveals a major secret that will shake up the foundations of her life considerably.

Release date: 22 June

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