Here are the EIGHT movies coming to cinemas in June we're very excited about
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Film fans will be very happy with the next 30 days.
Blockbuster season is fully upon us, and as the harsh summer light and heat begins to take over, there is only one thing to do: run to your local Omniplex Cinema for cover!
June brings with it a number of great movies, from big action blockbusters to rom-coms to scary horrors, and we understand that it might seem like A LOT to cover, but we've got a way to keep the costs down.
If you haven't heard of it yet, the new MyOmniPass from Omniplex Cinemas entitles subscribers to one ticket to every standard movie, 10% off your cinema goodies, 10% off any extra tickets purchased online for your friends, free upgrades of MyOmniPass tickets to the MAXX and Recline shows, and exclusive screenings just for MyOmniPass members.
So, yeah, you'd get to see all seven of these movies for less than €20 a month!
Wednesday 5 June - X-Men: Dark Phoenix
Following on from the events of First Class, Days Of Future Past, and Apocalypse, we're back in the world of mutants, as Game Of Thrones' Sophie Turner finds herself possessed by the mythical powers of the Phoenix, while Jessica Chastain arrives as a mysterious villain who wants to use this power for nefarious reasons.
You can check out JOE's interview with the two stars right here:
Friday 7 June - Late Night
Emma Thompson plays a late night talk show host, and Mindy Kaling (The Office) is her new staff writer, who has been brought on board to give the show a new lease of life. A brilliant, hilarious comedy that mixes 30 Rock with The Devil Wears Prada.
You can watch JOE's exclusive interview with Emma and Mindy right here:
Friday 14 June - Men In Black: International
Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth are the new Men (and Women) in Black, saving the Earth from the scum of the universe. They're joined by Liam Neeson and Emma Thompson (hello again!) in this new sci-fi action comedy from the director of Fast & Furious 8.
Wednesday 19 June - Brightburn
If you mush together Superman and Halloween, then Brightburn is what you'd get. A humanoid alien crash lands on Earth and is raised by loving parents, but it turns out he's got some super-powered violent tendencies, and he plans on taking his anger out on anyone who has ever done him wrong.
Friday 21 June - Child's Play
A remake of the classic '80s slasher, in which a doll was possessed by the soul of serial killer, and just his young boy owner knew how evil it was. In the new version, it looks like the doll is now full of nasty artificial intelligence, and can control just about anything in your house. Yep, Alexa is trying to kill you.
Clip via Orion Pictures
Friday 21 June - Toy Story 4
The perfect trilogy could be about to become a perfect quadrilogy, as Woody, Buzz, and company try to adapt to their new, Andy-less surroundings, but the arrival of some new toys throws everything into disarray. New characters are voiced by the likes of Jordan Peele and Keanu Reeves, and one of the characters - Forky! - looks like it might be the most twisted thing that Pixar have ever created, and we are 100% on board for that.
Friday 28 June - Annabelle Comes Home
The threequel of the Annabelle movies also kind of works a threequel for The Conjuring movies, as the evil doll is front-and-centre for an possessed version of Night At The Museum, with all of the nasty collected items in the Warren's locked off room set loose by the arrival of Annabelle.
Friday 28 June - Yesterday
Imagine a world where you were the only person who ever knew that The Beatles existed? And you were able to pretend all of their songs were your own, thus making you rich and famous, but also a total fake? That is the set-up for the new high concept rom-com from the director of Slumdog Millionaire and the writer of Love, Actually.
Clip via Universal Pictures UK
There are even more movies to pick from in June, and for more information on the MyOmniPass, just head here.
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