Screen Time – July 2022 –

It’s that time of year again when there is little better place to escape the summer heat than just heading to the movies. That being said, we’ve taken a look at what’s happening on the big screen in the coming month, but we’ve also included some of the series and shows that will debut on streaming services next month. few weeks.

Before we begin with this month’s episode of Screen Time, a quick word of warning: We based our picks on a UK release schedule, so be sure to check local listings for specific dates. With that out of the way, let’s get started.

Stranger Things Season 4 Vol 2 [Netflix] – July 1st

Netflix has already given us a worthwhile teaser of what Stranger Things Season 4 has to offer in the seven-episode long Volume 1. But, to kick off the show’s final season, Netflix still has two final two-hour episodes to serve, and that’s exactly what we’ll get with Volume 2 when it debuts on July 1. Intended to wrap up the terrifying story revolving around the new villain Vecna, this brief volume will set the series up for its final outing: Season 5, which will likely arrive in 2023.

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Minions: The Rise of Gru – July 1st

Servant. Either you love them or you hate them. But we can all agree that the lights do an amazing job of animating and making sure that on every outside we see those cute yellow people who are goofy, light-hearted and terrible for the whole family. In this next edition of the franchise, the Minions will team up with a young Gru, who begins his journey to become a supervillain. As has been normal for the series, we are here promised a lot of mayhem and lots of laughs, making it one of the most anticipated films of the month.

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Thor: Love and Thunder – July 7

After the events of Infinity Saga, we’ve been waiting to see what’s next for Chris Hemsworth’s Asgardian Avenger, and it’s finally time to get answers. Directed by Taika Waititi, the film will once again see Thor embark on a journey of self-love, at least until Jane Foster, a Mjolnir welder and a mad villain who slays a bigger evil god played by Christian Bale, lands in the life of Thor. will not enter. Expect a wild galactic trotting adventure, along with Russell Crowe, Tessa Thompson and Guardians of the Galaxy.

sea ‚Äč‚Äčanimal [Netflix] – July 8

July hasn’t really slackened when it comes to anime projects and Netflix work, both of which fall into the category The Sea Beast. Set in a world that is inhabited by giant monsters in the sea, the adventure revolves around a legendary monster hunter who is tasked with taking care of a young girl who has stumbled upon his ship . With Karl Urban, Dan Stevens and Jared Harris lending their voices to the cast, expect a beautiful action-packed adventure.

black bird [Apple TV+] – July 8

It doesn’t happen very often that an Apple TV+ production hits Screen Time, but the dark, gritty, and thrilling nature of crime series Black Bird makes it a definite entry for July 2022. Starring Taron Egerton as criminal Jimmy Keene, the series revolves around Keane being transferred to a dangerous maximum security prison for the mentally ill, all as part of a deal with the FBI where he is found to be a serial killer. Larry Hall must persuade him to confess to save him from being released into the world.

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domestic wicked [Netflix] – July 14

The Resident Evil story has been featured on TV and film several times before at this point, but that’s not stopping Netflix from giving it a try. This version of the story is set 30 years after the discovery of the T-virus and revolves around two points in the lives of sisters Jade and Billy Wesker: both when they want to survive and for long periods of time in the midst of a virus outbreak. , With Lance Reddrick as Albert Wesker, expect a show that’s thrilling, terrifying, and maybe even a little too much.

gray man [Netflix] – July 22

As we mentioned earlier, July 2022 is a huge month for Netflix, and while the streaming service has a few different big projects, the crme de la crme is undoubtedly The Gray Man. Coming from the directors of The Russo Brothers, the film sees Ryan Gosling’s skilled CIA agent Court Gentry as Chris Evans’ mustache villain Lloyd Hansen in a film that revolves around Gentry and being hunted by assassins. Is. After uncovering dark secrets from intelligence. agency.

DC League of Super Pets – July 29

Who do you call when the world is in danger? Justice League! Well, not this time because the famous heroes have been kidnapped and it’s up to Superman’s canine sidekick, Krypto the Super-Dog, to step in and save the infallible superhero. Luckily, Krypto won’t have to do this task alone as he has helped some other pets who have also been given powers, thus creating the League of Super Animals. Starring Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Vanessa Bayer, Natasha Lyonne and Diego Luna as the four-legged savior, the film also stars some other big stars like John Krasinski and Keanu Reeves.

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So. July 2022 really has something for everyone, whether you are planning to hit your local cinema or not. As always, be sure to check back a month in the next episode of Screen Time to see what the movie and series space has to offer in August 2022.

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