TV and Movies·Posted on May 25, 2018June 2018 Has So Many Great Movies Coming Out, You Might As Well Just Move Into A TheaterSummer is officially here!by Allie HayesBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Upgrade (June 1) View this video on YouTube Madman Films / Via youtube.com From the screenwriter behind Saw, Insidious, and Dead Silence, this insane action-fest follows Grey Trace (Logan Marshall-Green), a man who has lost both his wife AND his ability to walk after a brutal mugging. A "cure" exists for his disability in the form of an artificial intelligence implant called STEM, which works to enhance all of his abilities. He uses his new badass skills to hunt down his wife's killer, and gain the ultimate revenge.Get your tickets from Fandango. 2. Adrift (June 1) View this video on YouTube STX Entertainment / Via youtube.com Tami (Shailene Woodley) and Richard (Sam Claflin), a couple of love birds equally in love with sailing, take a job delivering a yacht from Tahiti to San Diego. However, three weeks into their journey, the two encounter Hurricane Raymond, which completely decimates their small vessel. With Richard injured, Tami is forced to figure out how to survive the treacherous waters on her own. And, as if that's not enough, this entire film is based on a TRUE story.Get your tickets from Fandango. 3. Hereditary (June 8) View this video on YouTube A24 / Via youtube.com This is easily one of the most hyped-up horror films of the year, coming out of the 2018 Sundance Festival with glowing praise. The story follows an ordinary family dealing with the death of their matriarchal figure, Ellen. However, things start to get strange fast when Ellen's daughter Annie, played by the stunning Toni Collette, begins to unravel dark secrets about their family tree.Get your tickets from Fandango. 4. Ocean's 8 (June 8) View this video on YouTube Warner Bros. / Via youtube.com Sandra Bullock plays Debbie Ocean, the sister of George Clooney's Danny Ocean from the Ocean's 11 series. She gets out of prison and recruits her friend, Lou (Cate Blanchett) to help her form the ultimate team. The goal? To steal an incredibly valuable necklace from the Met Gala. This cast is absolutely EVERYTHING, and I will not rest until I see Rihanna as the badass hacker.Get your tickets from Fandango. 5. Hotel Artemis (June 8) View this video on YouTube Global Road Entertainment / Via youtube.com First of all, the film also boasts an absolutely STAR-STUDDED cast including Jodie Foster, Sterling K. Brown, Jenny Slate, Zachary Quinto, and Jeff Goldblum. The plot depicts the goings on in a riot-torn future Los Angeles. This constant state of violence and terror has, in turn, opened up a world of crime. Foster plays "The Nurse," who runs a secret, members-only hospital for criminals.Get your tickets from Fandango. 6. Won't You Be My Neighbor? (June 8) View this video on YouTube Focus Features / Via youtube.com Make sure to bring your tissues, because this one documents the magical life of Fred Rogers of Mister Roger's Neighborhood. The documentary follows the "unlikely star" (Rogers) and how his simple kindness and genuine care for the well-being of children changed television programming forever. I'm honestly crying already.Get your tickets from Fandango. 7. Incredibles 2 (June 15) View this video on YouTube Disney/Pixar / Via youtube.com Get ready to ride the nostalgia train all the way into the station with this one, because after 14 years, the Incredibles are back! This time the roles have been reversed, with Elastagirl taking the lead and Mr. Incredible facing fatherhood while she's away at work. Plus, all of our favorites are back, from Edna Mode to Frozone's wife...what a wonderful summer!Get your tickets from Fandango. 8. Superfly (June 15) View this video on YouTube youtube.com / Via youtube.com A reboot of the genre-defining 1972 classic, this crime drama follows Youngblood Priest (Trevor Jackson), a drug dealer trying to quit the underground business. The film has been updated to reflect modern times: It's set in Atlanta, Georgia, rather than Harlem, and Priest deals in Cryptocurrencies and other more modern technology. It should make for an interesting update!Get your tickets from Fandango. 9. Tag (June 15) View this video on YouTube Warner Bros. Pictures / Via youtube.com As the title would suggest, the film is literally about everyone's favorite childhood game: Tag. A group of childhood friends get together every year and, for the full month of May, they play an intense game of tag with each other, no matter what's happening in their lives. However, their friend Jerry (Jeremy Renner) wants to retire from the game, even though he's the "best who's ever played."Get your tickets from Fandango. 10. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (June 22) View this video on YouTube Universal Pictures / Via youtube.com Dinosaurs, Jeff Goldblum, and MORE DINOSAURS...what more do I need to say to sell you on this one???Get your tickets from Fandango. 11. Under the Silver Lake (June 22) View this video on YouTube A24 / Via youtube.com From the director of indie horror cult fave It Follows, this trippy one sees Andrew Garfield as Sam, a broke 33-year-old who Sarah (Riley Keough), an odd, alluring young woman while using his apartment's pool. However, when Sarah vanishes overnight, Sam goes on a colorful adventure throughout Los Angeles to try and find her, meeting all kinds of crazy characters along the way.Get your tickets from Fandango. 12. Sicario: Day of the Soldado (June 29) View this video on YouTube Sony Pictures Entertainment / Via youtube.com The sequel to the 2015 action thriller, Sicario: Day of the Soldado sees FBI agent Matt Graver (Josh Brolin) call upon the mysterious Alejandro Gillick (Benecio Del Toro) for aid in identifying an issue regarding terrorists at the Mexican border. The two find themselves at odds when Gillick kidnaps a drug kingpin's daughter to deliberately increase the tensions between everyone.Get your tickets from Fandango. Which movies are you looking forward to seeing in June? Did I miss any on your list? Share your thoughts in the comments below!