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The best new film and TV shows in June 2024

Lights, camera, movies.

We all love to kick back and enjoy some screen time with our favourite films and TV shows. Whether you’re in the mood for mind-blowing documentaries or heart-pounding dramas, there’s a wide array of options to satisfy every taste. And hold on tight because June is bringing some amazing projects to the forefront. So grab your popcorn and let the entertainment begin.

Bad Boys: Ride or Die: 6 June

The iconic duo of Martin Lawrence and Will Smith returns in Bad Boys: Ride or Die, bringing their trademark blend of action and comedy back to the screen. This time, Miami’s finest are on the run, facing new threats. As with previous Bad Boys movies, you can expect crazy action scenes and fun banter that has made the franchise a favourite. FACT’s Editor-in-Chief has already seen the film, which he says ups the comedic antics of the dynamic duo.

The Exorcism: 6 June

The Exorcism starring Russell Crowe follows a troubled actor who begins to experience something unworldly while filming a supernatural horror movie. His estranged daughter struggles to understand if he is succumbing to past addictions or something sinister. The film blurs the lines between reality and the supernatural, creating an atmosphere that’ll keep you guessing.

The Watchers: 6 June

The Watchers is a horror-thriller set in Western Ireland. The film stars Dakota Fanning as Mina, an artist who finds herself stranded in a remote forest. Seeking refuge, she becomes trapped with three strangers. Watch them struggle for survival as the tension and fear keep you on the edge of your seats.

White Bird: A Wonder Story: 13 June

White Bird: A Wonder Story starring Helen Mirren and Gillian Anderson, follows Julian, who struggles to belong after being expelled for his treatment of Auggie Pullman — from the last Wonder movie. His grandmother shares her own story of survival in Nazi-occupied France, where a boy’s family risks everything to protect her. Through this narrative, Julian learns valuable lessons about kindness and bravery that are guaranteed to warm your heart.

Inside Out 2: 13 June

Inside Out 2 returns to the world inside Riley’s mind. Joy, Sadness, and Anger make this return, but this sequel explores Riley’s teenage years, introducing new emotions — which means new characters. As Riley navigates the complexities of growing up, the film delves into how her emotions adapt and evolve. If you loved the first movie, you’re going to love this one too.

Umro Ayyar: A New Beginning: 14 June

Umro Ayyar: A New Beginning introduces audiences to Amar, a quantum mechanics professor in Pakistan and a descendant of the Persian warrior Umro Ayyar. Starring Sanam Saeed, Faran Tahir, Ahmed Sarym and Usman Mukhtar, the film blends ancient folklore with modern science, making it a captivating watch. If you enjoy fantasy and adventure with a philosophical twist, this one’s for you.

Chandu Champion: 14 June

Chandu Champion tells the inspiring story of a man who overcomes incredible odds to become India’s first individual gold medalist in the Olympics. This Bollywood movie, starring Vijay Raaz and Kartik Aaryan chronicles Chandu’s relentless spirit and determination. The film captures his challenges and triumphs, offering a compelling narrative of hope and achievement.

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The Real Housewives of Dubai: 3 June

The new season of The Real Housewives of Dubai on OSN+ promises more drama and glamour as Caroline Stanbury and her husband Sergio navigate the challenges of building their dream home and deciding on having a child. Amidst these personal decisions, Caroline’s friendship with Chanel Ayan adds new dynamics, while newcomers Taleen Marie and Saba Yussouf shake things up. 

How to Rob a Bank: 5 June

Set in 1990s Seattle, How to Rob a Bank on Netflix takes you into the world of a bank robber. This criminal mastermind has it all – striking looks, undeniable charm, and a sprawling treehouse hideout. With his Hollywood-style makeup skills, he manages to vanish without a trace, outsmarting law enforcement time and again. However, as the authorities close in, tension ramps up. He and his loyal crew are pushed to their limits, devising one last heist.

Sweet Tooth: 6 June

The third and final season of Sweet Tooth picks up the action following the intense showdown at Pubba’s Cabin. With General Abbot defeated, Gus embarks on a journey to Alaska with Jepperd, Becky and Wendy to find Birdie, Gus’s mother. Their quest brings them face-to-face with new threats. As they traverse dangerous landscapes, alliances are tested, but it’s one adventurous and emotional series on Netflix that you won’t want to miss.

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman: 12 June

David Letterman returns to Netflix with a new season of My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, this time sitting down with NBA legend Charles Barkley and pop superstar Miley Cyrus. Watch as Letterman discusses Barkley’s thoughts on sports and life, and later explores Cyrus’s journey in the music industry.

The Boys: 13 June

The Boys returns to Amazon Prime Video with season four, continuing its irreverent take on the superhero genre. This season follows Victoria Neuman as she heads to the Oval Office. On the other hand, Butcher, with only months to live, grapples with personal losses and a disbanded team. Despite the internal strife, the team must reunite to prevent catastrophe.

House of Dragons: 17 June

House of the Dragon returns for its second season on OSN+, delving into the Targaryen civil war known as the Dance of the Dragons. With Alicent and Rhaenyra in a fierce battle for the throne, alliances are tested and kingdoms are torn apart. This season promises intense political intrigue, epic battles, and the devastating Blood and Cheese events from the book.

Federer: Twelve Final Days: 20 June

Federer: Twelve Final Days offers a deeply personal look at the final days of Roger Federer’s tennis career. This Amazon Prime Video documentary captures Federer in his most candid moments, reflecting on his legacy and the emotional journey of saying goodbye to the sport. Featuring interviews with legendary rivals Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Murray, the film provides insight into the relationships that have shaped the tennis icon’s career.

I Am: Celine Dion: 25 June

I Am: Celine Dion offers an intimate look at the life of the iconic singer, Celine Dion. This Amazon Prime Video documentary provides a raw and honest portrayal of her struggles with a life-altering illness and a whole lot more. It features behind-the-scenes footage and personal reflections, showcasing the strength that has defined Dion’s career.

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