Amazon Prime: New Releases Coming in June 2016
Amazon Prime is adding a new batch of movies and television shows to its streaming collection throughout the coming month. Here are all of Amazon Prime’s new releases coming in June.
Apocalypse Now, June 1: Starring Marlon Brando, Martin Sheen, and Robert Duvall — during the Vietnam War, Captain Willard is sent on a dangerous mission into Cambodia to assassinate a renegade colonel who has set himself up as a god among a local tribe.
The Good, The Bad And The Ugly, June 1: Starring Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach, and Lee Van Cleef, a bounty hunting scam joins two men in an uneasy alliance against a third in a race to find a fortune in gold buried in a remote cemetery.
W, June 1: Starring Josh Brolin, Elizabeth Banks, and Ioan Gruffudd, this film is a chronicle of the life and presidency of George W. Bush.
Six Degrees Of Separation, June 1: Starring Will Smith, Stockard Channing, and Donald Sutherland, an affluent New York couple find their lives touched, intruded upon, and compelled by a mysterious young black man who is never quite who he says he is.
The Black Stallion, June 1: A young boy begins a meaningful friendship with a horse when the pair are stranded on a deserted island. Kelly Reno, Mickey Rooney, and Teri Garr star.
The Presidio, June 1: Starring Sean Connery, Mark Harmon, and Meg Ryan, a police detective is forced to team up with his former military commanding officer to solve a series of grisly murders.
Hammett, June 1: Writer/private detective Dashiell Hammett (Frederic Forrest) works a dirty case in 1920s San Francisco.
The Million Dollar Hotel, June 1: Starring Jeremy Davies, Milla Jovovich, and Mel Gibson, this is a tragi-comic, romantic whodunnit set in a rundown hotel which plays host to mentally ill people too poor to afford medical insurance.
Ulee’s Gold, June 1: Starring Peter Fonda, Patricia Richardson, and Christine Dunford, a reclusive beekeeper slowly pulls his dysfunctional family back together, but not without having to fight his son’s previous dastardly cohorts.
The Program, June 2: Starring Ben Foster, Chris O’Dowd, and Guillaume Canet, an Irish sports journalist becomes convinced that Lance Armstrong’s performances during the Tour de France victories are fueled by banned substances. With this conviction, he starts hunting for evidence that will expose Armstrong.
Love & Mercy, June 4: Starring John Cusack, Paul Dano, and Elizabeth Banks — in the 1960s, Beach Boys leader Brian Wilson struggles with emerging psychosis as he attempts to craft his avant-garde pop masterpiece. In the 1980s, he is a broken, confused man under the 24-hour watch of shady therapist Dr. Eugene Landy.
Lamb, June 6: Starring Ross Partridge, Oona Laurence, and Jess Weixler. When a man meets a young girl in a parking lot he attempts to help her avoid a bleak destiny by initiating her into the beauty of the outside world. The journey shakes them in ways neither expects.
The Cokeville Miracle, June 6: Children who were held hostage in their elementary school tell stories of miraculous things, but many adults are skeptical that the Cokeville Miracle ever truly happened.
Trumbo, June 16: Starring Bryan Cranston, Helen Mirren, and Diane Lane — in 1947, Dalton Trumbo was Hollywood’s top screenwriter, until he and other artists were jailed and blacklisted for their political beliefs.
Runaway Bride, June 1: A reporter is assigned to write a story about a woman who has left a string of fiances at the altar. Julia Roberts and Richard Gere star.
Sleepover, June 1: Four best friends, desperate to improve their social status, enter into an all-night scavenger hunt against the popular clique in school.
Wayne’s World, June 1: Two slacker friends try to promote their public-access cable show. Mike Myers, Dana Carvey, and Rob Lowe star.
In & Out, June 1: A romantic comedy starring Kevin Kline, Joan Cusack, and Tom Selleck. A midwestern teacher questions his sexuality after a former student makes a comment about him at the Academy Awards.
The Golden Child, June 1: Starring Eddie Murphy, J.L. Reate, and Charles Dance. A private detective specializing in missing children is charged with the task of finding a special child who dark forces want to eliminate.
Trading Mom, June 1: Starring Sissy Spacek, Anna Chlumsky, and Aaron Michael Metchik. Elizabeth, Jeremy, and Harry are unhappy with their single mother. An ancient magic spell allows them to select a new mother, but through their choices, they realize how much they love their own mother.
One From the Heart, June 1: As a Las Vegas couple’s relationship teeters on disaster, a fight on the 4th of July leads them both to spend a night on the Strip alone in pursuit of their romantic fantasies. As they wheel past a parade of gamblers, each must decide whether to bet it all on their own dreams — or give their marriage another roll of the dice.
Heartburn, June 1: Starring Meryl Streep, Jack Nicholson, and Jeff Daniels star in this comedy drama, based on Nora Ephron’s best-selling autobiographical novel, which explores the author’s divorce from her husband after she discovers he’s having an affair.
Rules of Attraction, June 3: Starring James Van Der Beek, Shannyn Sossamon, and Ian Somerhalder. The incredibly spoiled and overprivileged students of Camden College are a backdrop for an unusual love triangle between a drug dealer, a virgin and a bisexual classmate.
Stand Up Guys, June 22: Starring Al Pacino, Christopher Walken, and Alan Arkin. A pair of aging stickup men try to get the old gang back together for one last hurrah before one of the guys takes his last assignment — to kill his comrade.
Carrie, June 1: Starring Sissy Spacek, Piper Laurie, and Amy Irving. Carrie White, a shy and outcast 17-year-old girl who is sheltered by her domineering, religious mother, unleashes her telekinetic powers after being humiliated by her classmates at her senior prom
The Rage: Carrie 2, June 1: Starring Emily Bergl, Jason London, and Amy Irving. A horrible massacre strikes up after an outcast teenage girl is taunted by a group of high school jocks, all of them unaware of her cutthroat telekinetic powers.
Poltergeist III, June 2: Starring Heather O’Rourke, Tom Skerritt, and Nancy Allen. Supernatural forces follow Carol Anne while she’s staying with her aunt.
Southbound, June 20: Starring Chad Villella, Hannah Marks, and Dana Gould. Five interlocking tales of terror follow the fates of a group of weary travellers who confront their worst nightmares— and darkest secrets — over one long night on a desolate stretch of desert highway.
Open Grave, June 25: Starring Sharlto Copley, Thomas Kretschmann, and Josie Ho. A man wakes up in the wilderness, in a pit full of dead bodies, with no memory and must determine if the murderer is one of the strangers who rescued him, or if he himself is the killer.
Death Wish 2, June 1: Starring Charles Bronson, Jill Ireland, and Vincent Gardenia. Architect Paul Kersey once again becomes a vigilante when he tries to find the five street punks who murdered his daughter and housekeeper, this time on the dark streets of Los Angeles.
Mulholland Falls, June 1: Starring Nick Nolte, Melanie Griffith, and Jennifer Connelly. In 1950s Los Angeles, a special crime squad of the LAPD investigates the murder of a young woman.
Switchback, June 1: Starring Danny Glover, Dennis Quaid, and Jared Leto. An FBI agent tries to catch a serial killer who kidnapped his son.
Ground Control, June 1: Starring Kiefer Sutherland, Robert Sean Leonard, and Bruce McGill. A disgraced former air traffic controller is called back into service when the airport’s traffic control system malfunctions.
Criminal Law, June 1: Starring Gary Oldman, Kevin Bacon, and Tess Harper. Not long after he successfully defends his client in a murder case, a lawyer discovers that the man is guilty.
Syriana, June 1: Starring George Clooney, Matt Damon, and Amanda Peet. A politically-charged epic about the state of the oil industry in the hands of those personally involved and affected by it.
Remember, June 8: Starring Christopher Plummer, Martin Landau, and Dean Norris. With the aid of a fellow Auschwitz survivor and a hand-written letter, an elderly man with dementia goes in search of the person responsible for the death of his family.
The Adderall Diaries, June 14: Starring James Franco, Amber Heard, and Christian Slater. A troubled writer is thrown into a passionate affair and forced to confront the secrets of his past while investigating a scandalous high-profile murder.
Downton Abbey Season 6, June 6: Starring Hugh Bonneville, Michelle Dockery, and Elizabeth McGovern. A chronicle of the lives of the British aristocratic Crawley family and their servants in the early 20th Century.
Mr. Robot Season 1 (Prime Exclusive), June 13: Starring Rami Malek, Christian Slater, and Portia Doubleday. Follows a young computer programmer who suffers from social anxiety disorder and forms connections through hacking. He’s recruited by a mysterious anarchist, who calls himself Mr. Robot.
BrainDead Season 1 (Prime Exclusive), June 17: Starring Jan Maxwell, Beth Malone, and Happy Anderson. A young, fresh-faced Hill staffer gets her first job in Washington, D.C. to discover two things: The government has stopped working, and alien spawn have come to earth and eaten the brains of a growing number of Congressmen and Hill staffers.
The Good Wife Season 7, June 20: Starring Julianna Marguiles, Alan Cumming, and Chris Noth. Alicia has been a good wife to her husband, a former state’s attorney. After a very humiliating sex and corruption scandal, he is behind bars. She must now provide for her family and returns to work as a litigator in a law firm.
American Gothic, season 1, June 26: A horror series that place in the fictional town of Trinity, South Carolina, and revolves around Caleb Temple (Lucas Black) and the town’s corrupt sheriff, Lucas Buck (Gary Cole).
6 Souls, June 29: Cara Harding (Julianne Moore) is a dedicated psychiatrist skeptical about the nature of certain afflictions, especially Multiple Personality Disorder. Her skepticism starts to give way when her father, Dr. Harding (Jeffrey DeMunn), introduces her to a patient named Adam (Jonathan Rhys-Meyers) who consistently assumes the personalities of murder victims.