• I Am Number Four (Touchstone Pictures) – Extraordinary teen John Smith (Alex Pettyfer) is a fugitive on the run from ruthless enemies sent to destroy him. Changing his identity and moving from town to town with his guardian, Henri (Timothy Olyphant), John is always the new kid with no ties to his past. In the small Ohio town he now calls home, John encounters unexpected life-changing events, including his first love, Sarah Hart (Dianna Agron). Directed by: D.J. Caruso.

Drive Angry (Summit Entertainment) – John Milton (Nicolas Cage) escapes from hell with the motive of taking vengeance on the cult that brutally massacred his daughter. The only person he has left is his newly born granddaughter who has been taken from him by Jonah King (Billy Burke), the leader of the same cult that killed his daughter. Milton must save his granddaughter from a devilish ritual with the help of a young and brave waitress named Piper (Amber Heard). However, Milton is also being chased by the right-hand man of the devil (William Fichtner) whose sole mission is to deliver Milton back to hell. Milton’s fury fuels him to fight harder and do whatever it takes to save his granddaughter, even if it means taking the lives of those who get in his way. Directed by: Patrick Lussier.

HBO Latin America is pleased to present the Caribbean's cinematic lineup for JUNE 2012. Next month’s movies include I Am Number Four, Drive Angry, Red Riding Hood, Larry Crowne and Arthur

Red Riding Hood (Warner Bros. Pictures)– Valerie (Amanda Seyfried) resides in the small town of Daggerhorn, where no one is safe. Her parents have arranged for her to marry Henry (Max Irons), the son of a rich blacksmith, although her heart belongs to Peter (Shiloh Fernandez), her childhood friend. Valerie and Peter’s plan to escape fails when a werewolf that is human by day kills three villagers, one of them being Valerie’s older sister. Fear and distrust overcome the town and, to avoid further fatalities, Solomon (Gary Oldman), a famed werewolf hunter, is recruited to help kill the wolf. Valerie is strangely connected to the beast, making her a possible threat, or even an option for sacrifice. Directed by: Catherine Hardwicke.

Larry Crowne (Universal Pictures) – Despite his seniority and satisfactory work, middle-aged Navy veteran Larry Crowne (Tom Hanks) is fired from his job at a big-box store since the company has decided that his lack of college education impedes his chance at professional advancement. Larry, who is divorced and lives alone, cannot find a job and almost loses his house. Persuaded by his friends that without an education he will never find a job, Larry returns to college to start over. Larry makes new friendships with a group of young students who belong to a scooter club and eventually begins falling in love with his speech teacher, Mercedes Tainot (Julia Roberts). Going back to college will certainly prove to be an interesting ride for Larry, as he will demonstrate to everyone that it is never too late for self-discovery. Directed by: Tom Hanks.

Arthur (Warner Bros. Pictures) – Arthur (Russell Brand) is the sole heir to a billion dollar empire that encompasses everything he has ever wanted. Raised by his lifetime nanny, Hobson (Helen Mirren), Arthur has never made a decision in his life. His mother, however, has arranged his marriage to Susan Johnson (Jennifer Garner), with whom he has nothing in common, and genuinely dislikes. If Arthur chooses to reject the proposition, he will be cut off from his fortune. Arthur now faces the dilemma of either holding on to his comfortable lifestyle, or making the decision to move beyond it. Directed by: Jason Winer.

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