Summer is in full swing, and June is packed with even more of this year's big, highly-anticipated films. Next month's offerings include crazy dinosaur action, a new Pixar film for the whole family, Melissa McCarthy's latest comedy and so much more. Read on for our guide to the new movie releases hitting theaters in June.

June 3

Entourage: Directed by Doug Ellin. Starring Adrian Grenier, Jeremy Piven and Kevin Connolly. Movie star Vincent Chase, together with his boys Eric, Turtle, and Johnny, are back — and back in business with super agent-turned-studio head Ari Gold.

A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence (Limited): Directed by Roy Andersson. Starring Holger Andersson, Nils Westblom and Viktor Gyllenberg. A story centered on a pair of traveling salesmen who peddle novelty items.

June 5

Insidious: Chapter 3: Directed by Leigh Whannell. Starring Lin Shaye, Dermot Mulroney and Stefanie Scott. A prequel set before the haunting of the Lambert family that reveals how gifted psychic Elise Rainier reluctantly agrees to use her ability to contact the dead in order to help a teenage girl who has been targeted by a dangerous supernatural entity.

Spy: Directed by Paul Feig. Starring Melissa McCarthy, Jude Law and Rose Byrne. A desk-bound CIA analyst volunteers to go undercover to infiltrate the world of a deadly arms dealer, and prevent diabolical global disaster.

Charlie's Country (Limited): Directed by Rolf de Heer. Starring David Gulpilil, Peter Djigirr and Luke Ford. A man who feels threatened by the enforcement of laws upon his community takes off to live life "the old way," eventually returning a little older and much wiser.

Dawn Patrol (Limited): Directed by Daniel Petrie Jr. Starring Scott Eastwood, Rita Wilson and Jeff Fahey. A surfer-turned-Marine held at gunpoint in a distant desert tells his tragic story of revenge gone wrong to stall his execution.

Love and Mercy (Limited): Directed by Bill Pohlad. Starring Paul Dano, John Cusack and Elizabeth Banks. In the 1960s, Beach Boys leader Brian Wilson struggles with emerging psychosis as he attempts to craft his avant-garde pop masterpiece. In the 1980s, he is a broken, confused man under the 24-hour watch of shady therapist Dr. Eugene Landy.

Testament of Youth (Limited): Directed by James Kent. Starring Kit Harington, Alicia Vikander and Hayley Atwell.

Freedom (Limited/VOD): Directed by Peter Cousens. Starring Cuba Gooding Jr., William Sadler and Sharon Leal. The lives of two men are connected, though separated by 100 years: an escaped slave and his family, traveling in the Underground Railroad, and the life of the ship captain who brought the slave's grandfather over from Africa.

Hungry Hearts (Limited/VOD): Directed by Saverio Costanzo. Starring Adam Driver, Alba Rohrwacher and Roberta Maxwell. The relationship of a couple who meet by chance in New York City is put to the test when they encounter a life or death circumstance.

The Nightmare (Limited/VOD): Directed by Rodney Ascher. A look at a frightening condition that plagues thousands; sleep paralysis.

Police Story: Lockdown (Limited/VOD): Directed by Sheng Ding. Starring Jackie Chan, Ye Liu and Tian Jing. A man looking for the release of a long-time prisoner takes a police officer, his daughter, and a group of strangers hostage.

We Are Still Here (Limited/VOD): Directed by Ted Geoghegan. Starring Barbara Crampton, Andrew Sensenig and Lisa Marie. In the cold, wintery fields of New England, a lonely old house wakes up every thirty years - and demands a sacrifice.

Wild Horses (Limited/VOD): Directed by Robert Duvall. Starring Robert Duvall, James Franco and Angie Cepeda. A detective opens up a 15-year-old missing persons case and begins to suspect that the boy it belongs to was murdered - and that a local rancher was involved.

June 12

Jurassic World: Directed by Colin Trevorrow. Starring Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and Ty Simpkins. 22 years after the events of Jurassic Park, Isla Nublar now features a fully functioning dinosaur theme park, Jurassic World, as originally envisioned by John Hammond. After 10 years of operation and visitor rates declining, in order to fulfill a corporate mandate, a new attraction is created to re-spark visitors' interest, which backfires horribly.

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (Limited): Directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon. Starring Olivia Cooke, Nick Offerman and Connie Britton. A teenage filmmaker befriends a classmate with cancer.

Set Fire to the Stars (Limited): Directed by Andy Goddard. Starring Elijah Wood, Celyn Jones and Kelly Reilly. An aspiring poet in 1950s New York has his ordered world shaken when he embarks on a week-long retreat to save his hell raising hero, Dylan Thomas.

The Wolfpack (Limited): Directed by Crystal Moselle. This documentary centers on the Angulo brothers, who spent their time locked inside, learning about life and the world through movies and staging elaborate re-enactments of their favorite titles.

The 11th Hour (Limited/VOD): Directed by Anders Morgenthaler. Starring Kim Basinger, Jordan Prentice and Sebastian Schipper. Successful businesswoman Maria has achieved everything except what she wants the most — a baby of her own. She decides to deal with the matter by herself and embarks on a desperate and dangerous journey in order to make her dream come true.

Madame Bovary (Limited/VOD): Directed by Sophie Barthes. Starring Mia Wasikowska, Ezra Miller and Paul Giamatti. The beautiful wife of a small-town doctor engages in extramarital love affairs in an attempt to advance her social status.

June 17

The Tribe (Limited/VOD): Directed by Miroslav Slaboshpitsky. Starring Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova and Rosa Babiy. A deaf teenager struggles to fit into the boarding school system.

June 19

Dope: Directed by Rick Famuyiwa. Starring Zoe Kravitz, Forest Whitaker and Kiersey Clemons. A geeky kid who dreams of going to Harvard comes of age in a tough neighborhood in California.

Inside Out: Directed by Pete Docter and Ronaldo Del Carmen. Starring Amy Poehler, Bill Hader and Mindy Kaling. After a girl moves to a new home, her emotions are plunged into chaos as they compete for control of her mind.

Eden (Limited): Directed by Mia Hansen-Love. Starring Felix de Givry, Pauline Etienne and Vincent Macaigne. The life of a French DJ who's credited with inventing "French house" or the "French touch," a type of French electronic music that became popular in the 1990s.

Gabriel (Limited): Directed by Lou Howe. Starring Rory Culkin, Emily Meade and Lynn Cohen. A troubled young man searches obsessively for his first love, risking everything in an increasingly desperate pursuit.

Infinitely Polar Bear (Limited): Directed by Maya Forbes. Starring Mark Ruffalo, Zoe Saldana and Keir Dullea. A manic-depressive mess of a father tries to win back his wife by attempting to take full responsibility of their two young, spirited daughters, who don't make the overwhelming task any easier.

Manglehorn (Limited): Directed by David Gordon Green. Starring Al Pacino, Holly Hunter and Chris Messina. Left heartbroken by the woman he loved and lost many years ago, Manglehorn, an eccentric small-town locksmith, tries to start his life over again with the help of a new friend.

The Overnight (Limited): Directed by Patrick Brice. Starring Adam Scott, Taylor Schilling and Jason Schwartzman. Alex, Emily, and their son, RJ, are new to Los Angeles. A chance meeting at the park introduces them to the mysterious Kurt, Charlotte, and Max. A family "playdate" becomes increasingly interesting as the night goes on.

American Heist (Limited/VOD): Directed by Sarik Andreasyan. Starring Jordana Brewster, Hayden Christensen and Adrien Brody. James owes his life to his older brother, Frankie after taking the rap for a crime they committed together. While Frankie served time, James worked to turn his life around, got a steady job and began courting his former girlfriend Emily. Now, Frankie is released and back on the streets with no money and no place to go.

Balls Out (Limited/VOD): Directed by Andrew Disney. Starring Jake Lacy, Nikki Reed and Kate McKinnon. With marriage, graduation, and the real world looming on the horizon, fifth year senior Caleb Fuller reassembles the ol' team of misfits for one last epic run in Intramural football.

Burying the Ex (Limited/VOD): Directed by Joe Dante. Starring Anton Yelchin, Ashley Greene and Alexandra Daddario. A guy's regrets over moving in with his girlfriend are compounded when she dies and comes back as a zombie.

The Face of an Angel (Limited/VOD): Directed by Michael Winterbottom. Starring Daniel Bruhl, Cara Delevingne and Kate Beckinsale. Both a journalist and a documentary filmmaker chase the story of a murder and its prime suspect.

June 26

Max: Directed by Boaz Yakin. Starring Robbie Amell, Lauren Graham and Jay Hernandez. A dog that helped US Marines in Afghanistan returns to the U.S. and is adopted by his handler's family after suffering a traumatic experience.

Ted 2: Directed by Seth MacFarlane. Starring Mark Wahlberg, Amanda Seyfried and Liam Neeson. Newlywed couple Ted and Tami-Lynn want to have a baby, but in order to qualify to be a parent, Ted will have to prove he's a person in a court of law.

The Algerian (Limited): Directed by Giovanni Zelko. Starring Ben Youcef, Candice Coke and Harry Lennix. An international thriller that centers on the collision between the United States and the Middle East.

Batkid Begins: The Wish Heard Around the World (Limited): Directed by Dana Nachman. On one day, in one city, the world comes together to grant one five-year-old cancer patient his wish. Batkid Begins looks at the "why" of this flash phenomenon.

Fresh Dressed (Limited): Directed by Sacha Jenkins. This documentary chronicles the history of hip-hop and urban fashion, tracing its origins all the way back to slavery.

A Little Chaos (Limited): Directed by Alan Rickman. Starring Kate Winslet, Alan Rickman and Stanley Tucci. Two talented landscape artists become romantically entangled while building a garden in King Louis XIV's palace at Versailles.

The Outskirts (Limited): Directed by Peter Hutchings. Starring Eden Sher, Ashley Rickards and Victoria Justice. After falling victim to a humiliating prank by the high school Queen Bee, best friends and world-class geeks, Mindy and Jodi, decide to get their revenge by uniting the outcasts of the school against her and her circle of friends.

Big Game (Limited/VOD): Directed by Jelmari Helander. Starring Samuel L. Jackson, Onni Tommila and Ray Stevenson. A young teenager camping in the woods helps rescue the President of the United States when Air Force One is shot down near his campsite.

Glass Chin (Limited/VOD): Directed by Noah Buschel. Starring Billy Crudup, Corey Stoll and Kelly Lynch. A down-on-his-luck former boxing champ is forced to make a choice between friendship and ambition when he is framed for murder.

Into the Grizzly Maze (Limited/VOD): Directed by David Hackl. Starring Thomas Jane, Piper Perabo and Scott Glenn. Two estranged brothers reunite at their childhood home in the Alaskan wild. They set out on a two-day hike and are stalked by an unrelenting grizzly bear.

The Little Death (Limited/VOD): Directed by Josh Lawson. Starring Bojana Novakovic, Damon Herriman and Josh Lawson. The loosely connected lives of people with taboo sexual fantasies and how it affects their lives.