August 3, 2021

HBO Releases: All Movies and Series Coming in July 2021 – Movie News

Movies like ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’, ‘Venom’ and ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ and series like ‘The White Lotus’ land on the streaming platform this month.

New month. New releases. HBO He adds many films to his catalog to be able to enjoy a good session of cinema at home while the sun scorches the street. In addition, there are film genres for all tastes. Mad Max: Fury Road, Yo, Tonya, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, Venom… These are just some of the titles that the streaming platform will include these weeks.

Netflix: Movie Releases in July 2021

And as for fictions? To highlight the miniseries The White Lotus, the documentary series Predators: The Podcast and season 4 of Down there. Go preparing something fresh and choose the fiction or movie that you most want to see.

Then see all the movies and series that premieres on HBO in the month of July:

FILMS

Mad Max: Fury Road

George Miller brought his post-apocalyptic world back to the big screen in Mad Max: Fury Road. Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron and Zoë Kravitz star in this film that follows the dangerous journey of Max Rockatansky Y Angry to escape from Immortan joe and his minions. His objective is to save the women that the villain has locked up and those he rapes to maintain his legacy.

Premiere: 1st of July.

Her parents

Greg Follen is a modest Chicago nurse preparing to meet his in-laws and make his relationship with Pam Byrnes. But your meeting with your partner’s parents will be full of misunderstandings and funny and bizarre situations. Jack He is his father-in-law, a former CIA agent who will make it very difficult for the protagonist to feel comfortable and accepted in his girlfriend’s family. Jay Roach directs Her parents, starring Ben Stiller, Robert De Niro and Teri Polo.

Premiere: July 2nd.

Valerian and the city of a thousand planets

Luc Besson conducts Valerian and the city of a thousand planets, the film adaptation of the comics by Valérian and Laureline by Pierre Christin and Jean-Claude Mézières. Valerian Y Laureline They are two special agents who are in charge of maintaining order in the universe. Commander Arún Filitt entrusts them with an important mission: an unknown force has put the city of Alpha, a constantly growing metropolis. The fate of the city and the entire universe depends on them. Dane DeHaan, Cara Delevingne and Clive Owen lead the film’s main cast.

Premiere: July 9th.

Yo, Tonya

In the 90s, Tonya Harding She was a promising figure skater and the second in history capable of completing a triple axel jump. But his ability on the ice was discredited when he starred in one of the most notorious scandals in the history of the sport. In 1994, his rival at the Lillehammer Olympics was attacked by a hired thug. Among the suspects? Harding herself, her ex-husband Jeff Gillooly and his bodyguard Shawn Eckhardt.

Yo, Tonyadirected by Craig Gillespie stars Margot Robbie, Allison Janney and Sebastian Stan. The film got three Oscar nominations including Best Editing, Best Actress for Robbie and Best Supporting Actress for Janney. Only the latter won the statuette at the 2018 awards ceremony.

Premiere: July 9th.

Venom

Tom Hardy plays Marvel’s most famous symbiote in Venom, directed by Ruben Fleischer. Eddie Brock is a journalist who is investigating a company called Life Foundation. Directed by Carlton Drake, the organization is conducting illegal experiments on humans with aliens. During a visit to its facilities, Eddie Brock is infected and, from that moment, will have to learn to live with a new being within him: Venom. Michelle Williams and Riz Ahmed round out the main cast of the film.

Premiere: July 29.

Amazon Prime Video: All Series Releasing in July 2021

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Newt Scamander, the magizoologist played by Eddie Redmayne, has a new mission. It is Albus Dumbledore who asks for help to go after the dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald, who has escaped. so it begins Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, the second installment of the prequel saga of Harry Potter. The protagonist will have Tina, Queenie Y Jacob and other new allies to help the future headmaster of Hogwarts and thus prevent the villain’s plan from being carried out. David Yates is directing the film, which stars Katherine Waterston, Johnny Depp and Jude Law.

Premiere: July 22.

Amazon Prime Video: All Movies Releasing in July 2021

Other movies premiering on HBO in July:

  • Mad Max: Highway Savages – Premiere: June 1.
  • Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior – Premiere: June 1.
  • A prophet – Premiere: June 1.
  • The scholarship grantees – Premiere: June 1.
  • Jack the Giant Slayer – Premiere: June 1.
  • Crazy juana – Premiere: June 1.
  • The others – Premiere: June 1.
  • The tongue of the butterflys – Premiere: June 1.
  • Peter Rabbit – Premiere: June 1.
  • His parents – Premiere: July 2.
  • Now the parents are them – Premiere: July 2.
  • Charlie’s Angels – Premiere: July 2.
  • Charlie’s Angels: On the Edge – Premiere: July 2.
  • Disobedience – Premiere: July 2.
  • Jumanji: Welcome to the jungle – Premiere: July 2.
  • The flight – Premiere: July 2.
  • The great American scam – Premiere: July 2.
  • 55 Steps – Premiere: July 2.
  • Space Jam – Premiere: July 2.
  • The Croods: A Prehistoric Adventure – Premiere: July 2.
  • The end of romance – Premiere: July 9.
  • Crossroad – Premiere: July 9.
  • Based on real events – Premiere: July 9.
  • 7 days in Entebbe – Premiere: July 9.
  • Justin and the sword of valor – Premiere: July 15.
  • Jane Eyre – Premiere: July 16.
  • A room with a view
  • French suite – Premiere: July 23.
  • Black woman – Premiere: July 23.
  • The Woman in Black: The Angel of Death – Premiere: July 23.
  • Goat – Premiere: July 23.
  • Grace of Monaco – Premiere: July 23.
  • Molly’s Game – Premiere: July 23.
  • Gypsy King – Premiere: July 23.
  • U.S – Premiere: July 23.
  • Our last summer in Scotland – Premiere: July 24.
  • Pulp Fiction – Premiere: July 30.
  • The Fighter – Premiere: July 30.
  • Indochina – Premiere: July 30.
  • The protector – Premiere: July 30.
  • Doraemon, The Space Hero – Premiere: July 30.

SERIES

The White Lotus

The vacation of several guests of a luxury hotel for a week in the closest thing to paradise that exists on Earth is the central nucleus of The White Lotus. This miniseries, which premieres on HBO in July, follows the clients and employees of a vacation resort and plays with comedy and drama focusing on the adventures and plots of the main families. Created by Mike White, The White Lotus stars Murray Bartlett, Connie Britton, Alexandra Daddario, and Jennifer Coolidge.

Premiere: 12th of July.

Predators: The Podcast

Six-episode documentary series directed by Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato. Fiction brings to life Ronan Farrow’s most intimate and revealing interviews with journalists, private investigators, whistleblowers, and journalists. Farrow is the writer of the ‘best seller’ Predators: The Plot to Silence Abuse Victims and won the Pulitzer in 2018 for her work giving a voice to the victims of producer Harvey Weinstein.

Premiere: July 13.

Netflix: Series premieres in July 2021

Other series premiering on HBO in July:

  • Yo, Elvis Riboldi – Premiere: July 2.
  • New Looney Tunes (season 3) – Premiere: July 9.
  • The Tom and Jerry Show (season 5) – Premiere: July 16.
  • Down there (season 4) – Premiere: July 17.
  • A thirty meter wave – Premiere: July 19.
  • Doraemon (season 9) – Premiere: July 23.
  • Roswell: New Mexico (season 3) – Premiere: July 27.
  • ¡Enróllate, Scooby Doo! (season 1) – Premiere: July 30.