‘Bloodless‘ by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child is the 20th installment in the bestselling series featuring the character of F.B.I. Special Agent Aloysius Pendergast.
The story starts with a blast from the past, as a man in 1971 is hijacking a plane. He lets the passengers deplane, gets a ransom payment, then orders the plane to take off with a skeleton crew for freedom, but jumps out of the plane somewhere in the Pacific Northwest.
We then fast-forward to the present day, for a different kind of hijacking.
Fear Street Part Three: 1666 is the third part of the trilogy of horror movies based on the books by R. L. Stine that are airing on Netflix, but it also returns to 1994 to finish up the story.
‘The Scorpion’s Tail‘ by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child is a 2021 mystery thriller that brings back the authors’ characters of FBI rookie Corrie Swanson and archaeologist Nora Kelly for a second story.
In a remote New Mexico ghost town, a shootout between a sheriff and a thief trying to loot artifacts leads to the discovery of a mummified body in the town’s ruins.
Rookie FBI Agent Corrie Swanson is called in to ID the body and determine the cause of death. She brings along Santa Fe archaeologist Nora Kelly to excavate the body and lend her expertise to the investigation.
‘Lore‘ by Alexandra Bracken is a young adult fantasy novel based on characters from Greek mythology set in a present-time alternate Earth.
As the book begins, the Agon has just begun. It occurs every seven years, ever since Zeus, in a rage, cursed his fellow Greek gods and goddesses to walk the earth as mortals for a week.
While they are in this form, they are hunted by the descendants of ancient bloodlines, all eager to kill a god and seize their divine power and immortality.
Fear Street Part Two: 1978 is the second part of the trilogy of horror movies based on the books by R. L. Stine that are airing on Netflix.
After a few date changes due to the pandemic, Marvel’s Black Widow has finally been released, and functions as both an origin story and an exciting look at the strength of the character without her fellow Avengers.
Zola is a 2021 movie based on the 2015 Twitter reality story by a stripper named Zola about her wild cross-country road trip to Florida that turned out to be way more than she expected.
Fear Street Part One: 1994 is the first installment in the Fear Street Trilogy of horror movies that will be airing on Netflix. It is based on the book series of the same name by R. L. Stine.
The Tomorrow War is a sci-fi action adventure film telling the story of a group of people who are drafted to a not-so-distant future to fight against an alien invasion of Earth.
Here is everything coming to Netflix in July 2021, with trailers for you to watch.
Highlights include: “The Fear Street” Trilogy based on the R. L. Stine books; the action-packed “Gunpowder Milkshake” (starring Karen Gillian, Lena Headey, Angela Bassett Carla Guigino, and Michelle Yeoh); “Resort To Love” (starring Christina Milian); Kevin Smith’s animated “Masters of the Universe: Revelation” (starring Mark Hamill and Chris Wood); and the horror films “Blood Red Sky,” “Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness,” and “A Classic Horror Story.”
Original series coming in July include Outer Banks (season 2), Virgin River (season 3), Sky Rojo (season 2), Never Have I Ever (season 2), Atypical (season 4), and Biohackers (season 2).
Family originals include “Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans,” a continuation of Guillermo del Toro’s animated trilogy; “We The People” an animated look at the basics of rights and U.S. citizenship; and the new animated series “Ripley Jones” and “Centaurworld.”
Documentaries of note include “Dogs” (season 2) and “Cat People” (season 1); “The Movies That Made Us” (season 2); and the film “Myth & Mogul: John DeLorean.”
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Here is everything coming to Hulu in July 2021, with trailers for you to watch.
Highlights include the Hulu original documentaries “Summer of Soul,” a look at Black culture and music during the summer of 1969, and “McCartney 3, 2, 1,” a look at the career of legendary musician Paul McCartney.
July also brings season 2 for both the BAFTA award-winning series, “This Way Up,” and the kid’s animated series, “The Mighty Ones.”
Other highlights include the streaming premieres of “Bill & Ted Face the Music” and “Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar.”
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Here is everything coming to HBO Max in July 2021, with trailers for you to watch.
Highlights include the world premieres of LeBron James partnering with Looney Tunes for “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” and crime drama “No Sudden Move” from director Steven Soderbergh. Academy-Award® winning film “Judas and the Black Messiah” returns to HBO Max, alongside the Warner Bros. film “Tom & Jerry.”
The rebooted “Gossip Girl” series will debut, along with limited series “The White Lotus,” a social satire set at an exclusive Hawaiian resort. Family series debuting include “Tom and Jerry in New York” Hanna-Barbera’s “Jellystone!,” and season 2 of “Looney Tunes Cartoons.”
Documentary fans will want to check out the surfing series “100 Foot Wave,” the Ronan Farrow-centered “Catch and Kill: The Podcast Tapes,” and “Through Our Eyes,” a four-part series from Sesame Workshop.
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Here is everything coming to Amazon Prime Video in July 2021, with trailers for you to watch.
Highlights include: the sci-fi adventure “The Tomorrow War” starring Chris Pratt; a rebooted “Leverage: Redemption” starring the original cast; the action-packed movie “Jolt” starring Kate Beckinsale; the British period romance miniseries “The Pursuit of Love” starring Lily James; and season 2 of the fashion reality show,“Making the Cut,” hosted by Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum.
Here’s all the new arrivals for July 2021. The full list follows this video…
Here is everything coming to Disney+ in July 2021, with trailers for you to watch.
Highlights include: the same day as theater premieres of Marvel’s Black Widow, starring Scarlett Johansson, and Jungle Cruise, starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt, as well as the series premieres of Monsters At Work (featuring everyone’s favorite Monsters, Inc. characters), and Turner and Hooch (based on the movie of the same name).
It’s also shark month, with the addition of numerous docuseries about the sea creatures, and the premiere of a new documentary, Playing With Sharks.
Here is a quick video of the additions, and the full list follows after:
Fast & Furious 9 is the latest installment in the series of films that started with the original Fast & Furious in 2001. It was originally supposed to be released in theaters in 2020, but was delayed due to the pandemic.