They are finally coming! From animated films to superheroes, horror films, action films and romcoms, these expected movies are finally coming this month. Save the date with your friends, couple, or family, because you are going to have a very busy month watching films and eating popcorn. Here we have some details for these amazing movies.

SyFy Wire (June 2021)

The Forever Purge 

Ranch hand worker Juan impresses the patriarch and owner of the ranch, Caleb, causing Caleb’s son, Dylan, to be jealous. On the morning after The Purge, a group of masked killers attacks the wealthy family, forcing both families to unite and fight back, while the rest of the US starts to disintegrate. 

Where to watch: Cinemas

Release date: July 2

What to do if the Purge becomes reality

Q Magazine (May 2021)

The Tomorrow War

One day a group of time travellers arrive from the year 2051 with bad news. The world will be in great danger against a deadly alien species in 30 years from today. The only hope is for soldiers and civilians to travel to the future to fight back. High school teacher and father Dan Forester (Chris Pratt) along with a scientist (Yvonne Strahovski) and his father (J.K. Simmons) are recruited and determined to save mankind.

Where to watch: Amazon Prime

Release date: July 2

Plex (March 2020)

Black Widow

Right after Captain America: Civil War, Natasha Romanoff (Scarlet Johansson) is forced to confront a conspiracy that is tied to her past, all by herself. She must fight back against old broken relationships of her past as a spy that are trying to bring her down and stop at nothing to achieve this.

Where to watch: Cinemas/Disney+

Release date: July 9

Telokwento (April 2021)

Space Jam: A New Legacy 

LeBron James goes on an adventure alongside Bugs Bunny and the rest of the Looney Tunes gang when he and his son Dom get trapped in a digital space caused by an A.I. They must win over against the digitized champions the A.I. produced. This event will redefine LeBron’s bond with his son.

Where to watch: Cinemas/HBO Max

Release date: July 16

The AV Club (April 2021)

Snake Eyes (G.I. Joe Origins)

The tenacious loner Snake Eyes saved the life of the heir of an ancient Japanese clan called the Arashikage, where they welcome him with open arms, where they teach him all about being a ninja warrior and offer him a home. But eventually, secrets from his past are revealed and Snake Eyes will be tested, even if it implies losing the trust of those closest to him.

Where to watch: Cinemas

Release date: July 23

Collider (May 2021)


Bill (Matt Damon), an oil-rig roughneck from Oklahoma travels all the way to Marseille to visit his daughter who got imprisoned for committing a crime she claims she didn’t do. With a lot of barriers and difficulties, he will do all he can to exonerate his daughter.

Where to watch: Cinemas

Release date: July 30

People (May 2021)

Jungle Cruise

Based on a Disney theme park ride, the movie presents a brother and sister (Jack Whitehall and Emily Blunt) who are set on an adventure through the Amazon jungle to find a tree believed to possess healing powers. They travel by the river on a boat captained by Frank, the steamboat captain that agrees to guide these explorers.

Where to watch: Cinemas/Disney+

Release date: July 30

Learn about other Disney movies based on rides here.

IndieWire (May 2021)

The Green Knight

Sir Gawain (Dev Patel), the nephew of King Arthur, goes on a dangerous quest to confront the so-called Green Knight, a gigantic emerald-skinned stranger and tester of men. Gawain must fight against ghosts, giants, thieves, and schemers to achieve recognition and prove his worth to the royal family and the kingdom.

Where to watch: Cinemas

Release date: July 30