Although the summer months are geared toward plenty of outdoor activities, kids are also home from school and have plenty of free time. Which means there’s plenty of time for kids to plant themselves in front of a screen. Sure, there’s always YouTube and Netflix, but for the latest releases, look no further than this June list of titles.
This summer, we’ll see some big hits like Captain Marvel and Us finally being available in homes (the former will also be housed on Disney+). But don’t take it from me, check out the full list of the titles coming to DVD, Digital and Blu-ray below.
Early Digital releases are mentioned in the early Digital column; same day Digital releases come out when the DVD and Blu-rays do. As for DVD release, if you’re looking for May titles head here. In addition,
Available currently for pre-order, this week will feature some indie hits, as well as Tyler Perry finally saying goodbye to Madea, a character that helped him to become a household name.
A Madea Family Funeral
Lost in Space: Season 1
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan: Season One
The Haunting of Sharon Tate
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote
A big new Marvel release is usually something to celebrate, and this week will be no exception, as Marvel’s first titular female superheroine will be getting her own DVD release with Captain Marvel! In addition, there are quite a few fun TV releases out this week.
The Good Doctor: The Complete Second Season (June 10)
Captain Marvel (Digital out May 28)
Orange Is The New Black: Season Six
Five Feet Apart
I Am The Night
The Blacklist: The Complete Sixth Season (June 13)
Following a successful run at the box office, Jordan Peele's latest horror flick Us is making its way onto DVD and Blu-ray this week. It's one of several high profile releases coming out, although some fared better at the box office than others. Take a look.
The Beach Bum
Will & Grace (The Revival) Season Two
Killing Eve: Season Two
Suits: The Complete Season 8
Lords of Chaos
So far, there are fewer new releases this week than I’ve seen in some time. Of these, the highest profile release is probably The Aftermath, a period drama starring Kiera Knightley. When Knightley was doing press for the movie, she revealed why she’s not longer excited about doing nude scenes.
The Hummingbird Project