After Earth and Man of Steel are our film recommendations to see this June. In After Earth we once again see father and son – Will and Jaden smith – team up in another compelling movie, this time in a futuristic sci-fi thriller. In Man of Steel, one of the world’s favourite superheroes is back in action as superman fights evil to save the world yet again.
After Earth’ follows galactic adventurers Cypher (Will Smith) and his son Kitai (Jaden Smith), who made an unscheduled stop on Earth when their spaceship crashes. Finding themselves on a planet evacuated by the human race and now ruled by a super-evolved animal species, the pair must undertake an epic and perilous journey to call for help, with each depending on the other for survival.
Man Of Steel
Henry Cavill takes on the role of Superman to tell the story of how he came to earth as a child from the dying planet Krypton.
Starring Diane Lane and Kevin Costner as the parents who take him in and Russell Crowe as his real father, the film details his early struggle with his powers and how he learnt to harness them to protect his adoptive planet.
Inspired by actual events, drama ‘The Iceman’ follows the story of notorious contract killer Richard Kuklinski (Michael Shannon), from his early days in the mob until his arrest for the murder of more than 100 men.
Behind The Candelabra
The film lifts the lid on the life of flamboyant pianist Liberace and the fiery relationship between the performer and his young lover Scott Thorson.
Based on Thorson’s 1988 memoir, the film goes behind the scenes of the entertainer’s palatial mansions and extravagant shows with a no-holds-barred account of his lavish life and loves.
World War Z 3D
Brad Pitt stars as United Nations employee Gerry Lane in this sci-fi thriller, where he is a man on a desperate mission to halt a worldwide zombie pandemic sweeping the planet.
Based on Max Brooks’ novel, the film follows him through cities laid waste as he searches the globe for a way to stop the army of the undead and save humanity.