Sky Cinema has been treating movie fans to a brand-new premiere every single day for a while now, but there's sometimes so much choice, a potential new favourite could slip unnoticed.
So we've decided to round up the upcoming month's new daily premieres in one handy place for you to plan out your movie viewing. This list is subject to change as premiere dates can shift, but we'll make sure to update the list when we know of any changes.
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Be sure to check back in the last week of every month to see the next month's batch of movie premieres.
May 26 – Deep Murder
The set of a soft-core porn film turns deadly when a masked killer begins picking off the stars and filmmakers one by one. Stars Katie Aselton, Jessica Parker Kennedy, Jerry O'Connell and Christopher McDonald.
May 27 – Stardust (2020)
Singer David Bowie reinvents himself as Ziggy Stardust while touring America to promote his new album The Man Who Sold the World. Stars Johnny Flynn and Jena Malone.
May 28 – Riverdance: The Animated Adventure
An Irish boy and a Spanish girl journey into the mythical world of the legendary Megaloceros Giganteus, who teach them to appreciate Riverdance as a celebration of life. Stars Pierce Brosnan and Aisling Bea.
May 29 – The Queen's Corgi
The Queen's favourite corgi lives a life of luxury at Buckingham Palace bue ends up on the streets after he is blamed for a very inappropriate diplomatic situation during dinner with the President of the United States.
May 30 – Spell
After a man crash-lands in rural Appalachia and awakens in the attic of a traditional Hoodoo practitioner, he desperately tries to break free from her dark magic and save his family from a sinister ritual before the rise of the blood moon. Stars Omari Hardwick, Loretta Devine and Lorraine Burroughs.
May 31 – The Elfkins (2019)
The legendary Elfkins of Cologne were gnomes secretly helping craftsmen at night until they were ousted by a tailor's malevolent wife 200 years ago, but this is the story of their return.
June 1 – Muscle
An unhappy office worker's life is gradually taken over by her very hands-on personal trainer. Stars Craig Fairbrass and Peter Ferdinando.
June 2 – Undertow
Struggling with the loss of her stillborn baby, Claire meets pregnant teenager Angie and develops a dangerous obsession that threatens both of their lives. Stars Olivia DeJonge and Laura Gordon.
June 3 – Summer of '72
A recent college graduate falls in love with a patient at his father's psychiatric hospital. Stars Devon Bostick and Natalia Dyer.
June 4 – The New Mutants
X-Men spin-off sees five teenage mutants undergo treatments at a secret institution that is said to cure them of their powers. Stars Maisie Williams and Anya Taylor-Joy.
June 5 – Jungleland
When a devastating loss leaves a boxer and his brother in debt to a local crime boss, they risk it all in a bare-knuckle boxing tournament. Stars Charlie Hunnam and Jack O'Connell.
June 6 – Masterminds
An armoured car driver helps a flirty co-worker and her friends pull off a heist, only for them to double-cross him. Stars Zach Galifianakis and Kristen Wiig.
June 7 – Last Moment of Clarity
Years after his girlfriend is murdered by mobsters, Sam sees a woman in a Hollywood movie who he's certain is his girlfriend. Stars Samara Weaving and Brian Cox.
June 8 – Blush
An obsessive-compulsive suburban woman starts spying on a neighbouring family when she retreats to her sister's home. Stars Wendi McLendon-Covey and Kate Alberts.
June 9 – LX: 2048
In a world where the toxicity of the sun forces people to say inside during daytime, a terminally-ill man tries to secure the future of his family. Stars James D'Arcy and Anna Brewster.
June 10 – Lost Girls & Love Hotels
An English teacher haunted by her past starts an affair with a yakuza gangster in Tokyo. Stars Alexandra Daddario and Carice van Houten.
June 11 – All My Life
Based on a heartbreaking true story, a couple's wedding plans are thrown off-course when the groom is diagnosed with liver cancer. Stars Harry Shum Jr and Jessica Rothe.
June 12 – Kajillionaire
Two con artists have trained their daughter to swindle at every turn, but when they charm a stranger into joining them, they have their world turned upside-down. Stars Evan Rachel Wood and Richard Jenkins.
June 13 – Emperor (2020)
During his fight to free himself and his family, an outlaw slave joins forces with an abolitionist for a daring raid. Stars Dayo Okeniyi and James Cromwell.
June 14 – Captive State
After a decade of extraterrestrial occupation, residents of Chicago need to decide whether to continue under alien rule or join a growing resistance. Stars John Goodman and Vera Farmiga.
June 15 – Foster Boy
A lawyer finds himself at the centre of a trial when a foster care agency puts a known sex offender in the same foster home as his young client. Stars Matthew Modine and Julie Benz.
June 16 – Daniel (2019)
The true story of young Danish photographer Daniel Rye who was captured by ISIS in Syria in 2013 and held hostage for 398 days. Stars Esben Smed and Toby Kebbell.
June 17 – 12 Hour Shift
Bodies pile up when a drug-addicted nurse and her cousin try to find a replacement kidney for an organ trafficker. Stars Angela Bettis and David Arquette.
June 18 – Where'd You Go, Bernadette
A loving mother becomes compelled to reconnect with her creative passions after years of sacrificing her dreams for her family. Stars Cate Blanchett and Kristen Wiig.
June 19 – The Comeback Trail
Owing money to the mob, two movie producers set up their aging movie star for an insurance scam to save themselves. Stars Robert DeNiro and Zach Braff.
June 20 – Rams (2020)
Two estranged brothers need to set their differences aside to save their flocks of sheep when a prize ram is diagnosed with a lethal illness. Stars Sam Neill and Michael Caton.
June 21 – Shoplifters of the World
In 1987, four friends embark on a night out to mourn the sudden break-up of The Smiths, while a fellow fan holds a local radio DJ hostage to force them to play all their tracks. Stars Joe Manganiello and Helena Howard.
June 22 – Wasteland
A young man wakes up after an attack and attempts to piece his life back together. Stars Laurie Kynaston and Mark Addy.
June 23 – Luxor
When a British aid worker returns to the city of Luxor, she meets a former lover and struggles to reconcile her past choices. Stars Andrea Riseborough and Michael Landes.
June 24 – School's Out Forever
Students at a private school band together to fight a local militia that imposed martial law after an apocalyptic event. Stars Oscar Kennedy and Anthony Head.
June 25 – Kindred
A pregnant woman moves in with her recently-deceased boyfriend's mother and stepson, who becomes increasingly obsessed with her every move. Stars Fiona Shaw and Jack Lowden.
June 26 – The Climb
Two best friends Kyle and Mike have their enduring relationship tested when Mike sleeps with Kyle's fiancée. Stars Michael Angelo Covino and Kyle Marvin.
June 27 – Silk Road
Following the rise and fall of infamous darknet site Silk Road which became a multimillion-dollar pipeline for illicit drugs. Stars Nick Robinson and Jason Clarke.
June 28 – Max Winslow and the House of Secrets
Five teenagers compete against a super computer named HAVEN to win a mansion owned by entrepreneur and scientist Atticus Virtue. Stars Tanner Buchanan and Sydne Mikelle.
June 29 – Reunion
The past floods back in terrifying ways when a pregnant woman returns to her childhood home to spend time with her estranged mother. Stars Julia Ormond and Emma Draper.
June 30 – As I Am
A man rediscovers a side of himself he once suppressed when he attempts to correct his past. Stars Piper Dellums and Rodney Chester.
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