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June’s streaming list and a look at the box office

Check out Inclub’s list below for all things for your viewing pleasure coming to your tv screen and at the box office.

A Current Look at the Box Office

Fans of Optimus Prime and the Autobots have run the charts with high numbers. As of June 12, the movie has made 60 million dollars shown in 3,678 theaters. That’s a little bit over $16,000 per theater according to the domestic box office chart.

Disney fans can be excited about streaming and theater action. Disney has confirmed that its summer blockbuster “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” is making a quick jump from theaters to Disney+ than expected. With the “Doctor Strange” sequel’s June 22 streaming launch, Disney+ officially has the biggest streaming event of the month.

In theaters, The Little Mermaid starring Grammy award-winning singer and actress Halle Baily performing the film has racked up $23 million at the domestic box office. It has been shown in over 4,000 theaters around the world. Following behind “The Little Mermaid” is “Guardians of Galaxy Vol 3” with over $7 million. A trending social media favorite, John Wick: Chapter 4 has made over $100 million since April. Internationally, the sequel has racked up $245,269,011,

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Top 5 movies coming to theaters

1. The Flash


This 2-hour and 24-minute movie is full of action. Barry Allen will use his super speed to try and change the past. But his attempt will lead to a plot twist of a world with no superheroes. Directed by Andres Muschietti,critics are expecting this film to outperform Black Adam, 2022 which made $168.1 million. Some starring cast go by the name of Sasha Calle, Ben Affleck, Ezra Miller, Michael Keaton, Michael Shannon, and Kiersey Clemons.

2. The Blackening


This 97-minute movie centers around a group of seven black friends who reunite for a Juneteenth weekend getaway in the woods only to find themselves trapped in a remote cabin with a twisted killer. The group becomes forced to play by his rules, but the question is if the entire cast of a horror movie is Black, who dies first? This film was written by Tracy Oliver & Dewayne Perkins. Directed by Tim Story.

The cast includes Grace  Byers, Jermaine Fowler, Melvin Gregg, X Mayo, Dewayne Perkins, Antoinette Roberston, Sinqua Walls, Jay Pharoah, and Yvonne Orji. Critics from the box office say “This film has such a unique premise that true box office comparisons are few and far between. Of the two main horror comedies released this year so far, Lionsgate will want The Blackening to perform more along the line of February’s Cocaine Bear ($64.3M) than April’s Renfield ($17.1M)”

3. Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny

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This 2-hour and 22-minute adventure action movie is supposed to be the fifth and final installment in Harrison Ford’s iconic series.

Now directed by James Mangold, new cast members include Phoebe Waller-Bridge as Jones’s goddaughter and Mads Mikkelsen as the villain.The previous sequels were directed by Steven Spielberg.

Critics from the box office say “Time will tell whether the franchise still, decades after its heyday, commands massive audiences.”


4. Elemental


This 1 hour and 42-minute animated comedy takes place in a world full of elements like earth, wind, fire, and water. A male water creature named Wade and a female fire creature named Ember falls in love. They make relationships with the challenge of never touching. Directed by Peter Sohn, the $200 million budget film has the critics in up-roar. Critics say” Pixar has some work to do. Their most recent film, 2022’s Lightyear, was the second worst-performing theatrical release in the company’s history with $118.3M. It out-performed only  2020’s Onward, which had its box office abbreviated by the pandemic after only one week in theaters.”

Some of the cast includes Jonathan Adams, P.L. Brown, Alex Kapp, Leah Lewis, Mamoudou Athie, Shila Ommi, and Wendi Mclendon.

5. No Hard Feelings

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The 1-hour and 43-minute film is rated R. A young woman is on the brink of losing her home but finds an interesting job listing: helicopter parents looking for someone to bring their 19-year-old son out of his shell before college. It’s starring Jennifer Lawrence as Maddie, Natalie Morales as Sara, and Matthew Broderick.

Box office critics warn that rated R comedies have had a rough track record post-pandemic.


What can I watch at home?

Leonardo DiCaprio fans also have a great month ahead of them. The Oscar winner’s top three classics will stream on Netflix and Paraount+. “The Departed”, “Titanic”, (Netflix), and “The Wolf of Wall Street” (Paramount+).

One of the biggest movies of 2022, ranking at number four at the end of the year on the box office charts, Avatar: The Way of Water. The movie racked up over $400 million dollars after being shown in over 4,000 theaters. It is now streaming on Disney+ and Max. Another sequel, Extraction 2 debuts on Netflix on June 16th.

But that’s not all you have to look forward to. Films starring Queen Latifah, Jennifer Lopez, Samuel L. Jackson, Adam Sandler, Terry Crews, Cedric the Entertainer, and Tichina Arnold are also gearing up for streaming and in-theater debuts this month.


The Angry Birds Movie, The Breakfast Club, Bruce Almighty, Dear John, Death at a Funeral, End of Day, How High, Jarhead, Jennifer Lopez: Halftime, Hustle, Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, Kicking & Screaming, The Kingdom, Magic Mike, Mean Girls, The Mick: Seasons 1-2, Mr. Peabody & Sherman, Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man 3, Stuart Little, Stuart Little 2, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, We’re the Millers, The Imitation Game, 85 South: Ghetto Legends, My Little Pony: The Movie, Love Is Blind: Brazil: Season 3.


And Just Like That…,7 Little Johnstons, Street Outlaws: Mega Cash Days, How Do You Measure A Year?, Walker, Red 2, First Five, A Star Is Born, Avatar: The Way of Water, Ghost Adventures 90 Day Fiance: Before The 90 Days, Battle on the Beach, The Idol, Across the Universe, Watchmen, The Card Counter.


Ex on the Beach, The Penguins of Madagascar, The Last Cowboy, The Color of Care, One Thousand Years of Slavery, The Wolf of Wall Street, Jerry and Marge Go Large.



Pretty Freekin Scary, Assembled: The Making of Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, Raven’s Home, Pupstruction, Last of the Giants: Wild Fish, Avatar: The Way of Water, First Alaskans, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Hollywood Stargirl.


American Sniper, Selma, Armageddon Time, Ender’s Game, Spoiler Alert, Interstellar, My Fault, Crazy Rich Asians, Sully, TÁR, No Time to Die, Call Me by Your Name, Black Swan.

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