Audiences won’t have to wait long to see a new Yorgos Lanthimos film, as it has just been announced that the acclaimed Greek director’s next movie, Kinds of Kindness will hit theatres on June 21.

In what will be Academy Award winning actress Emma Stone’s fourth collaboration with Lanthimos, Kinds of Kindness is a sci-fi anthology also starring Jesse Plemons, Willem Dafoe, Margaret Qualley, Hong Chau, Joe Alwyn, Mamoudou Athie and Hunter Schafer.

The news comes as Lanthimos’ Poor Things won four Oscars from 11 nominations earlier this week, including Stone’s second Academy Award trophy for best actress following 2016’s La La Land.

Poor things also won best production design, costume design, and makeup and hairstyling.

The pair also previously worked together on 2018’s The Favourite, which landed 10 Oscar nominations including best supporting actress for Stone, with the movie’s lone win going to Olivia Colman for lead actress.

In between the two highly praised films, the two worked together in Greece for Bleat, a surrealistic black-and-white short film about a grieving widow that’s only screened a handful of times as it requires a live orchestra.

Kinds of Kindness was co-written by Lanthimos and Efthimis Filippou, who has worked with the director on the screenplays for four previous films.

The Athens born director teased what audiences can expect from the new contemporary film set in the US, during a British Film Institute event in January.

“It’s three different stories, and we’re finishing the edit right now, and I still can’t tell you exactly what it is about,” he said at the time.

“But I also wouldn’t want to tell you what I thought the stories are about because it just makes it so small. I try not to even think about it during the process because I’m afraid that it will make my choices more narrow.”