Netflix has now revealed its plans for the film summer. During the period, the streaming service promises to release new movies every week. So far, 13 of them have received confirmed release dates
Carnival (June 2)
Awake (June 9)
Wish Dragon (June 11)
Skater Girl (June 11)
Fatherhood (June 18)
Jagame Thandhiram (June 18)
Good on Paper (June 23)
The Ice Road (June 25)
America: The Motion Picture (June 30)
Resort for Love (June 29)
The Last Mercenary (July 30)
Sweet Girl (August 20)
He’s All That (August 27)
Anyone who wants to see a full list of this summer’s titles can watch here.
Among the larger productions are The Mitchells vs. The Machines, an animated film about a family who must save the world from a robot uprising, produced by the gang behind Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse.
Army of the Dead where director Zack Snyder returns to the zombie genre with a film about a group of mercenaries who try to rob a casino during a zombie outbreak.
Fatherhood where comedian Kevin Hart is seen in a dramatic role as a family man.
The Alicia Keys produced the comedy Resort to Love.
Documentary Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal & Greed about the painter and host of the same name.
Animated America: The Motion Picture starring Channing Tatum as George Washington.
And the long-awaited sequel Kissing Booth 3.