Netflix has a charming and promising set of Original films and series lined up for 2022. Despite the massive subscriber exodus and falling stock prices, the streamer has constantly strived to provide new titles every month. In June 2022, their efforts to deliver engaging Original content seem to have multiplied.
Among series, Netflix has added the first volume of the fourth season of Stranger Things by the end of May 2022 which quickly became a massive hit on the streaming giant, topping global charts. Among other anticipated series releases in June, The Umbrella Academy season three and the final season of Peaky Blinders top the list.
Netflix has been adding new films, documentaries and comedy content as well this month. Among them, we have been waiting with bated breath for the upcoming Chris Hemsworth trailer that is scheduled to begin streaming soon.
Here are the five new Netflix Original films we are excited to see in June 2022:
5 new Netflix Original films to watch in June 2022:
Spiderhead (Joseph Kosinski)
Based on George Saunders’ eponymous short story, this highly-anticipated June release stars Chris Hemsworth in his second Netflix collaboration. He will be joined by Jurnee Smollett, Miles Teller, Rachel Forsyth, Joey Viera, Sam Delich, Ashleigh Lawrence and Jariah Travan among others.
The plot sounds pretty intense and gritty. Two convicts, who want to reduce their respective prison sentence, volunteers as medical subjects for a radical new drug that can potentially alter one’s emotions. However, one begins to face a massive change in their ability to love, questioning whether his emotions are real or just a result of a drug-induced haze.
Spiderhead is coming to Netflix on June 17th, 2022.
Hustle– Jeremiah Zagar
Hustle is yet another collaboration between Adam Sandler and Netflix, following successful stints like MurderMystery, Uncut Gems and Hubbie Halloween. Sandler is joined by Robert Duvall, Queen Latifah, Ben Foster, Heidi garner, Kenny Smith and real-life Spanish basketball legend and current Utah Jazz player, Juancho Herangomez.
The sports comedy sees Sandler as a jaded basketball scout named Stanley Sugarman who attempts to resuscitate his career in a unique manner when he discovers a generational Spanish talent with a turbulent life who has the potential of becoming the next big NBA star.
Hustle arrived at Netflix on June 8th, 2022.
The Man From Toronto (Patrick Hughes)
The film stars Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson in the lead roles. They will be joined by Kaley Cuoco, Lela Loren, Ellen Barkin, Jasmine Matthews, Pierson Fode and Jencarlos Canela among others. Filmed in Atlanta, US, the film’s trailer already promises truckloads of heart, humour and gritty action.
The Man From Toronto has released their official logline which reveals that the film will chronicle a catastrophic event when a well-known titular assassin and a regular New Yorker named Teddy to get their identities mistaken in a rented Airbnb and end up in an epic mess as they battle for survival.
The Man From Toronto is slated for a June 24th, 2022 premiere.
Interceptor (Matthew Reilly)
Starring Elsa Pataky and Luke Bracey, this Australian-American film has been at the top of the global streaming charts on Netflix, amassing a viewership of 35.6 million hours. Interceptor has a pretty surprising yet uncredited cameo from Chris Hemsworth in the film, who otherwise serves as a producer.
The film revolves around an Army captain, JJ Collins, who finds herself in a messy situation and must rely on years of expertise and strict training to contain the attacks on the remote missile interceptor station she helms.
Halftime (Amanda Micheli)
The documentary film gives an intimate insight into the dazzling career of Jennifer Lopez as an artist while also providing an intimate insight into the evolution of her career, self-doubt, insecurities, Imposter syndrome and her contact struggle to inspire and entertain the masses.
A brilliant retelling of Lopez’s life and career, the documentary also focuses on her iconic performance at the Super Bowl halftime show. Celebratory and empowering, the documentary records Lopez’s resilience, tenacity and grit, which will interest fans and others alike.
Halftime is scheduled for a June 14th, 2022 premiere.