On June 6, a number of films will enter the marketplace in order to build their audience. The following is a list of the movies being released in theaters.

"Edge of Tomorrow" - After three flops, Tom Cruise returns to the summer blockbuster with "Edge of Tomorrow." The action star's latest film tells the story of an officer who finds himself caught in a time loop in a war with an alien race. The movie, which also stars Emily Blunt and is directed by Doug Linman, had a disappointing worldwide opening as it only made $20 million. Nevertheless Warner Bros has high hopes for its domestic box office. The science fiction flick has great reviews and critics are raving about the intelligent concept and the fact that it is well-acted. However if the film does not prove to be a hit it will most likely confirm the fact that Cruise is no longer a huge selling point. Over the last few years his science fiction and action flicks "Oblivion," "Jack Reacher," "Knight and Day" and "Valkyrie" have underperformed. Only "Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol," which is part of a major franchise, managed to impress. Cruise's co-star Blunt has never been considered a huge box office draw so the stakes for her will not be as high.


"The Fault in Our Stars" - Shailene Woodley reunites with her "Divergent" co-star Ansel Elgort for the new romantic love story. The film, which was written by the Scott Neustadter and John Green ("The Spectacular Now," "500 Days of Summer"), tells the story of Hazel and Gus, two teenagers who share an unconventional relationship. Hazel, who lives off an oxygen tank, and Gus, who has a prosthetic leg, meet and fall in love at a cancer support group. The movie has scored very good reviews and currently has an 80 percent aggregate score on Rotten Tomatoes. The movie is currently on track to open with $30 million, which would be considered a huge hit considering it only cost $12 million to make. Additionally, with the lack of female-oriented flicks in cinemas at the moment, the romance will definitely gain momentum throughout its theatrical run.


"Obvious Child" - The Sundance hit starring Jenny Slate will finally bow in limited theatrical release. After a number of hits, A24 will unspool the new film and quickly expand it throughout the country thereafter. "Obvious Child" tells the story of a 20-something comedienne's unplanned pregnancy which forces her to confront the realities of independent womanhood for the first time. The movie marks the directorial debut of Gillian Robespierre and currently has spectacular reviews. The comedy currently has a 90 percent aggregate score on Rotten Tomatoes with critics raving over Slate's breakout performance. With a relatively unknown cast, it will be interesting to see how A24 manages given every film they have released up to this point has featured an A Lister.


"The Sacrament" - Magnolia will release the low budget horror movie on VOD and theatrical platforms. The new movie tells the story of a man who travels to an undisclosed location to find his missing sister. The movie played at a number of film festivals and scored top marks. "The Sacrament" stars indie veterans Joe Swanberg and Amy Seimetz, which will likely generate some buzz in the Indie world community.


"Borgman" - A year after the film premiered at the Cannes Film festival in the competition slate, Drafthouse pictures will release the Dutch film "Borgman." The film generated a lot of buzz last year when the Netherlands chose it as the official selection to represent the country at the Oscars for Best Foreign Film. However, it was not nominated. The drama tells the story of a vagabond who enters the lives of an arrogant upper-class family and turns their lives into a psychological nightmare. Reviews have been very positive and with very few foreign films in the market right now, "Borgman" should have an easy time getting to audiences who like subtitled films.