Digital Spy previews the five must-see movies for June below:
Release Date: June 1
Why you should see it: 30 years after he reinvigorated the science fiction genre with Blade Runner, Ridley Scott presents a new vision of the future with his quasi Alien prequel Prometheus. A team of ambitious space travellers -including Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender and Charlize Theron - head to planet LV-223 in a bid to discover the origins of mankind. Reaction may have been mixed so far, but this is one that has to be seen on the big screen.
Release Date: June 6
Why you should see it: Plan B's Ben Drew makes his directorial debut with this hard-hitting tale that follows the lives of several Londoners caught up in murders, drug deals and prostitution. It's relentlessly bleak viewing, but the film houses a terrific turn from Riz Ahmed and Drew displays a nifty cinematic eye that makes us think he has bags of behind-the-camera potential.
Release Date: June 15
Why you should see it: Robert Pattinson heads across New York in a white stretched limousine to get a haircut? That set-up sounds a bit naff, yet with David Cronenberg in the director's chair don't expect a dull trans-Manhattan trip. Paul Giamatti and Juliette Binoche lend some class to the supporting cast for the drama.
Rock of Ages
Release Date: June 15
Why you should see it: This big screen take on the smash Broadway show sees the likes of Tom Cruise, Alec Baldwin, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Russell Brand belt out an '80s cheese rock playlist. There hasn't been a mega-hit movie musical since Mamma Mia! in 2008 - we think this looks like a lot of fun and might just hoover up some serious box office dollars.
Release Date: June 29
Why you should see it: The Exorcist and French Connection director William Friedkin might be in his 70s, but he's showing no sign of retiring quietly. His last film, 2006's Bug, was a creepy motel-set thriller, and now he's back with brutal crime film Killer Joe. Matthew McConaughey takes a break from romantic comedies to play the titular Joe.
Which movies are you looking forward to seeing in June? Should we have included Fast Girls, Red Lights or Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter? Leave your comments below...