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New HBO Max Movies and Shows in June

Prepare your brains for Season 4 of Westworld

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Allison Picurro
Ed Harris, Westworld

Ed Harris, Westworld

HBO

The best shows on HBO and HBO Max are about to get a little confusing, because we're that much closer to the premiere of Westworld Season 4. Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy's sci-fi series about artificial intelligence and humanity returns Sunday, June 26 on HBO, and I can barely remember a thing that happened in Season 3 since it's been two years. All I know is that some people really didn't like it. However, the new Westworld Season 4 trailer looks pretty good (I know, I know, it's a trailer), so I'll probably get sucked back in. 

Elsewhere on HBO and HBO Max, June has already delivered the delectable Alicia Vikander miniseries Irma Vep, the Anthony Bourdain documentary Roadrunner, and the pro-choice documentary The Janes. Today marks the release of the Father of the Bride Cuban-American do-over, and Season 2 of the delirious yet charming animated series Tuca and Bertie comes to HBO Max on June 24. 

Below, we pulled together our picks for the month, plus a list of everything else coming to HBO and HBO Max in June, and everything that's leaving HBO Max, too.

The Best HBO and HBO Max Movies and Shows in June

Alicia Vikander, Irma Vep

Alicia Vikander, Irma Vep

Carole Bethuel/HBO

HBO Max streams all HBO shows and movies when they debut on HBO. But not all shows and movies on HBO Max make it to HBO. We'll designate HBO Max exclusives where appropriate.

Irma Vep (June 6)

Try to stay with me as I describe the deal with Irma Vep, which is a limited series adaptation of Olivier Assayas's 1996 movie of the same name, which itself is about remaking Louis Feuillade's 1915 silent film series Les Vampires. Once you process that, it's pretty easy to understand. In the series, Alicia Vikander takes the mantle from Maggie Cheung as the disillusioned actress starring in the Les Vampires remake. The line between what separates TV and movies continues to blur every day, but this looks great. [Trailer]

The Janes (June 8)

Emma Pildes and Tia Lessin's documentary follows a group of women in the pre-Roe v. Wade era who built a Chicago-based underground network that helped provide access to safe abortions for people with unwanted pregnancies. The organization was formed in direct opposition to state legislation that banned abortions, making this film feel unfortunately timely. [Trailer]

Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain (June 9, HBO Max)

You might remember hearing about Roadrunner a while ago for the ethical questions that sprung from the news that director Morgan Neville used an AI model to create audio of the documentary's subject, Anthony Bourdain, who died by suicide in 2018, "speaking" lines that Bourdain had only ever written down. At the very least, you can decide for yourself where you stand on the issue by watching the film, which explores Bourdain's life and legacy. [Trailer]

The Card Counter (June 10)

Paul Schrader loves making movies about troubled men who let out their messed-up little thoughts in diaries. (He wrote Taxi Driver and wrote-directed First Reformed.) Oscar Isaac stars in Schrader's latest as a former serviceman whose quiet life of gambling and journaling is complicated when he meets a kid (Tye Sheridan) seeking revenge on a mutual enemy. [Trailer] 

Father of the Bride (June 16, HBO Max)

This is not the 1991 Steve Martin Father of the Bride, but this 2022 version follows a very similar plot. This time, though, it centers around a Cuban American family and stars Andy Garcia in the role of the father whose daughter is getting married. [Trailer]

Tuca & Bertie (June 24, HBO Max)

If you missed Tuca & Bertie's second season when it aired on Adult Swim, now you can enjoy the antics of Ali Wong and Tiffany Haddish's anthropomorphic bird girls at your leisure. It continues to expertly and sensitively explore issues like sexual assault and complicated female friendships, all while being incredibly funny and vibrantly animated. Season 3 is coming next month. [Trailer]

Westworld (June 26)

If you told me Westworld was last on TV in 2005, I'd probably believe you. (Just kidding, Westworld premiered in 2016.) If you can believe it, though, the series was last on TV in May 2020, and now it's returning for Season 4. I can't explain the passage of time to you or to myself, but I can remind anyone reading this that when we last caught up with this universe, the Man in Black (Ed Harris) got killed by his robot doppelgänger, and Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) sacrificed her memories to destroy the evil machine controlling humanity. Season 3 ended with a big shrug from a lot of fans, but this show has a way of sucking you back in. [Trailer]

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More on HBO and HBO Max:

Everything Coming to HBO and HBO Max in June

June 1:
13 Going on 30, 2004
300, 2006
A Star is Born, 2018
Abduction, 2011 (HBO)
Across the Universe, 2007 (HBO)
The Adventures of Mark Twain, 1944
The Amazing Panda Adventure, 1995
Angels & Demons, 2009
The Ant Bully, 2006
Assassination Nation, 2018 (HBO)
Babylon A.D. , 2008
The Bank Job, 2008
Beach Rats, 2017 (HBO)
Bee Movie, 2007 (HBO)
Blue Bayou, 2021 (HBO)
Border, 2018 (HBO)
Colossal, 2016 (HBO)
Caro Comes Out, 2019 (HBO)
Chef, 2014 (HBO)
The Con Is On, 2018 (HBO)
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, 2000
Damsel, 2018 (HBO)
Dark Passage, 1947
Day Breakers, 2009 (HBO)
The Da Vinci Code, 2006
Domino, 2005 (HBO)
Extraction, 2015 (HBO)
The Firm, 1993
First Blood, 1982
The Grand Budapest Hotel, 2014 (HBO)
Gridiron Gang, 2006
Guess Who, 2005
Hairspray (Musical Remake), 2007
The Harvey Girls, 1946
Highlander, 1986
Horsemen, 2008
How Do You Know, 2010
How They Got Over, 2017
How to Survive a Plague, 2012
The Holiday, 2006 (HBO)
I Know What You Did Last Summer, 1997
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer, 1998
I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer, 2006
I'll See You In My Dreams, 2015 (HBO)
The Importance of Being Earnest, 2002 (HBO)
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, 2013
John Grisham's the Rainmaker, 1997
Klute, 1971
The Last Movie Star, 2017 (HBO)
Life Partners, 2014 (HBO)
Macbeth, 2015 (HBO)
Major League II, 1994
Major League: Back to the Minors, 1998
The Mask, 1994
McQueen, 2018 (HBO)
My Boss's Daughter, 2003 (HBO)
My Days of Mercy, 2017 (HBO)
My Dead Dad, 2021 
The One I love, 2014 (HBO)
Papi, 2020 (HBO)
Paris Is Burning, 1990
Rambo III, 1988 (HBO)
Rambo First Blood Part II, 1985 (HBO)
Religulous, 2008 (HBO)
Remember Me, 2010 (HBO)
Ride Along, 2014 (HBO)
Ride the High Country, 1962
Sabotage, 2014 (HBO)
Sleepers, 1996 (HBO)
Soul Surfer, 2011
Stepmom, 1998
Suite Francaise, 2014 (HBO)
The Taking of Pelham 123, 2009
Total Recall, 1990 (HBO)
Unfinished Song, 2012 (HBO)
Un padre no tan padre, 2016
W., 2008 (HBO)
Watchmen (movie), 2009
What Happens In Vegas, 2008 (HBO) (Extended Version)
The World According to Garp, 1982 (HBO)
The Vanishing of Sidney Hall, 2017 (HBO)

June 3:

On My Way with Irina Rimes, Max Original Documentary
Nudo Mixteco, 2021 (HBO)

June 6:
Doctor Who, Season 13
Irma Vep, Limited Drama Series Premiere (HBO)
Total Dramarama, Season S3A

June 8: 
The Janes, Documentary Premiere (HBO)

June 9: 
Amsterdam, Max Original Season 1 Premiere
Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain, Max Original Documentary
Summer Camp Island, Max Original Season 6 Premiere

June 10:
The Card Counter, 2021 (HBO)
Naomi
Odo, Season 3
Victor and Valentino, Season 3B

June 15:
La Unidad, Season 2

June 16: 
Father of the Bride, 2022

June 17: 
Lucas the Spider, Season 1B
Las Mejores Familias (AKA The Best Families), 2020 (HBO)
Non-Stop, 2014 (HBO)

June 19: 
Tom and Jerry Cowboy Up!

June 20:
Birdgirl, Season 2

June 22: 
All American: Homecoming
Chernobyl: The Lost Tapes, Documentary Premiere (HBO)

June 23: 
Little Ellen, Max Original Season3 Premiere
Menudo: Forever Young, Max Original Documentary Premiere
Wellington Paranormal, Season 3

June 24: 
Bing, Season 1B
Rich & Shameless, Season 1
Tuca & Bertie, Season 2

June 26:
Westworld, Season 4 (HBO)

June 30: 
Julia, 2021
PCC O Poder Segredo, Max Original Premiere
Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed: The Underground, Max Original Premiere

Everything Leaving HBO Max in May

June 9:
12 Strong, 2018

June 30: 
2 Guns, 2013
20 Feet From Stardom, 2013 (HBO)
All Dogs Go To Heaven, 1996 (HBO)
All Dogs Go To Heaven 2, 1996 (HBO)
All I See Is You, 2016 (HBO)
Amityville 3-D, 1983
Amityville II: The Possession, 1982
Barry Munday, 2010 (HBO)
Black Hawk Down, 2001 (HBO)
Blades Of Glory, 2007 (HBO)
Brother Nature, 2016 (HBO)
Chaplin, 1992 (HBO)
Dark Water, 2005 (HBO)
Disturbia, 2007
Duplex, 2003 (HBO)
Early Man, 2018 (HBO)
Endless Love, 2014 (HBO)
Godsend, 2004 (HBO)
Good Neighbours, 2010 (HBO)
High-Rise, 2015 (HBO)
Hobo With A Shotgun, 2011 (HBO)
Hostage, 2005 (HBO)
I Used To Go Here, 2020 (HBO)
Identity Thief, 2013 (HBO) (Extended Version)
John Dies At The End, 2012 (HBO)
Joyful Noise, 2012 (HBO)
Killing Gunther, 2017 (HBO)
La Gallina Turuleca (aka Turu, The Wacky Hen), 2019 (HBO)
Le Divorce, 2003 (HBO)
Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man, 2005 (HBO)
Little Man, 2006 (HBO)
Los Lobos, 2019 (HBO)
Loser Leaves Town, 2018 (HBO)
Love and A.45., 1994 (HBO)
Lucky Numbers, 2000 (HBO)
Matchstick Men, 2003
Max Steel, 2016 (HBO)
Mousehunt, 1997 (HBO)
Presumed Innocent, 1990
Princess Kaiukani, 2009 (HBO)
Real Steel, 2011 (HBO)
Rounders, 1998 (HBO)
Saturday Night Fever, 1977 (HBO) (Director's Cut)
Shall We Dance?, 1996 (HBO)
She's All That, 1999 (HBO)
Solaris, 2002
Soul Food, 1997 (HBO)
Spare Parts, 2015 (HBO)
Speed 2 Cruise Control, 1997 (HBO)
Staying Alive, 1983
Still Waiting, 2009 (HBO)
Sunset Song, 2015 (HBO)
Super Capers, 2009 (HBO)
Superstar, 1999 (HBO)
The 15:17 To Paris, 2015 (HBO)
The Gospel According To Andre, 2017 (HBO)
The Last Five Years, 2014 (HBO)
The Letter, 2012 (HBO)
The Mummy, 1999 (HBO)
The Mummy Returns, 2001 (HBO)
The Next Three Days, 2010 (HBO)
The Peacemaker, 1997 (HBO)
The Scorpion King, 2002 (HBO)
The Wild Life, 1984 (HBO)
Wristcutters: A Love Story, 2006 (HBO)
Trance, 2013 (HBO)
Tyler Perry's Daddy's Little Girls, 2007 (HBO)
Tyler Perry's Diary Of A Mad Black Woman, 2005 (HBO)
Tyler Perry's I Can Do Bad All By Myself, 2009 (HBO)
Tyler Perry's Madea Goes To Jail, 2009 (HBO)
Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family, 2011 (HBO)
Tyler Perry's Madea's Family Reunion, 2006 (HBO)
Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too, 2010 (HBO)
Venus And Serena, 2012 (HBO)
Waiting..., 2005 (HBO)
What's The Worst That Could Happen?, 2001 (HBO)
Wonder Boys, 2000 (HBO)
Wrong Turn At Tahoe, 2009 (HBO)
The Yellow Birds, 2017 (HBO)