Netflix: New Movies And Shows Releasing In June 2024

Bad Boys: Ride or Die

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence return as buddy cops in this action-packed comedy franchise. In the fourth installment, they find themselves as suspects in a murder investigation, forcing them to prove their innocence and track down the real culprit. Catch it in theaters on June 7.

The Watchers

Ishana Night Shyamalan makes her directorial debut with this supernatural thriller based on the novel by A. M. Shine. Stranded in an undisturbed forest, a group of strangers must band together to survive as mysterious creatures torment them every night. Watch it on June 7.

Inside Out 2

Pixar's beloved film gets a sequel focusing on Riley's teenage years. Directed by Kelsey Mann, the film explores new emotions and challenges as Riley navigates the complexities of adolescence. Don't miss it in theaters on June 14.

I Used to Be Funny

Rachel Sennott stars in this comedy-drama about a stand-up comedian struggling with PTSD who must decide whether to join the search for a missing girl from her past. Premiering on June 18 after receiving rave reviews at SXSW.

Kinds of Kindness

Emma Stone collaborates with Yorgos Lanthimos in this comedy-drama about three individuals seeking change and spirituality. Catch it on June 21 alongside an ensemble cast including Willem Dafoe and Margaret Qualley.

The Exorcism

Russell Crowe stars in this horror film about a troubled actor exhibiting strange behavior during the filming of a horror movie. Directed by Joshua John Miller, it hits theaters on June 21.

The Bikeriders

Austin Butler and Jodie Comer star in this crime drama about love and loyalty within a Midwestern motorcycle gang. Directed by Jeff Nichols, it rides into theaters on June 21.

A Quiet Place: Day One

Lupita Nyong'o and Djimon Hounsou lead the cast in this prequel depicting the first day of the apocalypse in the world of "A Quiet Place." Directed by Michael Sarnoski, it arrives in theaters on June 28.