Here are five sizzling movies to check out this month!
Los Angeles, California - Moviegoers have a lot to look forward to in July with these epic films set to hit theaters and streaming services!
One thing is for certain.
Movies will never go out of style!
And the summer heat isn't the only thing everyone has to look forward to this month.
July also has a plethora of films hitting the big screens and streaming services that everyone will certainly enjoy.
We've chosen a select few that moviegoers should definitely look out for. Here are five films to check out this month!
So far, Phase 4 of The Marvel Cinematic Universe started with a bang.
Needless to say, we are very pleased.
Now, fans are in store for a new origin film of a beloved character whose demise may have come too soon.
Black Widow takes place after the events of Captain America: Civil War when the Avengers temporarily broke up and half of the team was wanted as criminals.
Scarlett Johansson returns as the titular character who will confront her past as a spy and the fractured relationships she left behind before she became an Avenger.
The film has already received positive reviews, and with David Harbour, Florence Pugh, and Rachel Weiz sharing the screen with the former assassin, audiences will surely be in for a rousing good time!
Black Widow hits theaters on July 9.
We're going back to Shadyside, Ohio, where murder is on the line, and it's up to a group of teens to uncover the town's sinister secrets.
But some people are willing to kill to make sure those secrets stay buried.
The teaser trailer for the saga already shows promise, new faces, and, most importantly, fear!
There will be three parts to the Fear Street saga airing throughout the month of July on the streaming service.
The first part takes place in 1994, and from there will the story will continue to go back all the way to the beginning, when the evil first began.
Did we forget to mention the films are R-rated? Bring on the gore!
Tune in, if you dare, on July 2 for Fear Street Part One: 1994. Part 2: 1978 will air on July 9, and Part Three: 1666 premieres July 16.
Space Jam: A New Legacy
Everybody get up, it's time to jam now!
Space Jam is back with a new NBA athlete at the helm, galavanting with the Looney Tunes to, essentially, save the world.
Lebron James stars as a fictionalized version of himself, who finds himself trapped in the Warner 3000 entertainment server-verse.
The virtual space is ruled by a rogue A.I., played by Don Cheadle, and the only way to escape is to lead Bugs Bunny and his crew in a basketball tournament.
But there's a twist!
The beloved cartoon characters won't be fighting alien counterparts who stole the talents of NBA players.
Instead, they will face off against the Good Squad – powered-up virtual avatars of professional basketball stars.
Who will come out as champions? Michael Jordan certainly had no problem getting these toons into shape, but in the digital world, anything is possible.
Space Jam: A New Legacy slam dunks into theaters and HBO Max on July 16.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has been a very busy man, to say the least.
His next project is something for all ages to enjoy, and there'll be plenty of action on this adventurous ride!
Jungle Cruise is based on the popular riverboat attraction from the four worldwide Disneyland theme parks.
The story follows the former wrestler's character, Frank Wolff – a shrewd steamboat captain who reluctantly accompanies an eccentric scientist (Emily Blunt) and her brother (Jack Whitehall) to find the Tree of Life.
Jungle Cruise isn't the first ride to get a film adaption. While the plot does seem a bit cliche, we'd be remiss if we didn't at least give this fantasy film a try.
Looking to give this wet and wild adventure a go?
Jungle Cruise will arrive in theaters and on Disney+ on July 30.
Snake Eyes G.I. Joe Origins
Another origins tale will hit theaters this month, but is it worth giving a shot?
Henry Golding has definitely proven he has the range to play any role.
Now, he's taking on the task of the secretive, masked fighter, Snake Eyes, in the titular film which is a spin-off from the G.I. Joe series.
Set before the events of The Rise of Cobra, the film focuses on the lone warrior who eventually finds refuge with an ancient Japanese ninja clan, the Arashikage.
Obviously, the movie will show Snake Eyes life before he was recruited by the G.I. Joe unit and explore his relationship with his brother-in-arms turned foe, Storm Shadow (Andrew Koji).
It is intriguing that the G.I. Joe series chose to focus on the silent member of the team for an origin film.
Many origin films have been successful in the past, and perhaps this could be the movie to redeem the series following the lackluster performance of Retaliation.
Can Henry Golding save this superhero franchise? The film hits theaters on July 23, so we'll find out then!
Grab your snacks and super-sized drinks! This month is sure to be a good one at the theaters or even at home!
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