THE BIGGEST MOVIES IN HOLLYWOOD THIS JULY!


This July, Hollywood returns with another amazing collection of big screen action. Brace yourself movie lovers as “Lion King’ returns in what would be a remake of the 1994 classic.

As usual, it’s a star studded Hollywood month as actors and directors converge to bring us the best of action, comedy, romance, thriller, horror and crime.

Trust us to keep you abreast of all the top drawer movies at the cinemas this July. Without further ado, a sneak peek into what to expect from Hollywood this month;

• THE LION KING

Brought to you by Walt Disney, remarked as one of the best animations of all time, “The Lion King” returns to the big screen in what could be the biggest movie this month. A quick preview at what the remake holds for us.

 

Simba must reclaim Pride Rock

PRÉCIS

King Mufasa is ambushed by his brother, Scar in a bid to usurp him off the throne after a new cub in Simba, is born. Scar is consumed with envy and lust for power as heir to the throne which is now legitimately Simba’s.

Pride Rock will never remain the same. 😟😟

King Mufasa is killed and soon, Simba is exiled by his uncle as Pride Rock never remains the same. But soon, Simba would circle back with the help of some new friends to take back Pride Rock. See trailer here.

Release Date – 19th July, 2019.
Genres – Animation, Adventure & Children
Director – Jon Favreau
Cast – Seth Rogen, John Oliver, Beyonce, Donald Glover, Chiwetel Ejiofor & James Earl Jones
Rated – Parental Guidance [PG]

 

SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME

Marvel Studios and Columbia Pictures combine to bring us another amazing box office blockbuster in theSpiderman franchise. But this time, Peter Parker is far from home. A quick sneak peek into what the sequel portends.

Peter needs Spiderman

PRÉCIS

Peter’s vacation in Europe takes an adventurous twist when Nick Fury pays him an unexpected visit in his suite. A villain is on the loose and poses an evil threat which Parker and fellow superhero, Mysterio must now put a halt to. See trailer here

Release Date – 2nd July, 2019.
Genres – Action, Fantasy, Comedy & Adventure
Director – Jon Watts
Cast – Jon Favreau, Zendaya, Jake Gyllenhaal, Tom Holland & Samuel L. Jackson
Rated – Parental Guidance [PG-13]

 

STUBER

Twentieth Century Fox presents, “Stuber” which tells the story of a strange pair in an angered cop and Uber driver. A lot of anticipation about this big one this month. A quick summary of the story.

A mismatched pair chasing bad guys🤔

PRÉCIS

An unorthodox partnership emerges between a raging cop and an exultant Uber driver as the two must now combine to unravel the mystery behind the cop’s former partner’s death. In what turns out to be a rough day of shootouts in chase of deadly criminals on the streets of L.A. See trailer here.

Release Date – 12th July, 2019
Genres – Comedy, Crime & Action
Director – Michael Dowse
Cast – Dave Bautista, Kumail Nanjiani, Natalie Morales, Jimmy Tatro, Iko Uwais & Karen Gillan
Rated – Restricted [R]

 

CRAWL

Paramount Pictures are behind the production of this much anticipated horror classic.

Fear is the only way to stay alive.👻

Movie tells the tale of father and daughter reunion gone sour in a blink. A quick synopsis of the plot.

No way back to land!💀

PRÉCIS

After a huge hurricane ravaged Florida town, Haley goes in a lone search for her disappeared father turning a blind eye to the evacuation orders by the authorities. Young Haley soon finds her father severely injured in their home, the pair are ensnared by the swiftly incoming torrent further rampaging by the storm. Now Haley and her father must find a way to escape an even bigger enemy in virulent giant alligators. See trailer here.

Release Date – July 12th, 2019
Genres – Horror, Adventure & Thriller
Director – Alexandre Aja
Cast – Ross Anderson, Ansoon Boon, Savannah Steyn, Barry Pepper & Kaya Scodelario
Rated – Restricted [R]

 

LYING AND STEALING

The plot tells a tale of a thief who plans to bow out of the game with one big last heist. Starring “DivergentTheo James, let’s take a quick look at the synopsis.

 

One big last heist and he quits!💰💰

PRÉCIS

In a bid to retire from the art of thievery after being a mastermind at the game for years, he unites with an amorous and swindling woman to carry out his biggest heist ever. See trailer here.

Release Date – July 12th, 2019
Genres – Thriller, Drama & Crime
Director – Matt Aselton
Cast – Theo James, Emily Ratajkowski, Evan Handler, Fred Melamed, Davie-Blue & Frank Gallegos
Rated – Restricted [R]

 

ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD

Sony Pictures & Columbia Pictures are behind the production of this much anticipated classic Hollywood tale. Not often do you see award winning Leonardo DiCaprio and the legendary, Brad Pitt on one set. A quick preview of this amazing classic.

Hollywood is not the same anymore.😢😢

PRÉCIS

One of the biggest stars in Hollywood in the 50’s, Rick Dalton, finds it difficult to land major roles in present day Hollywood he doesn’t seem to have a grasp of anymore. Frustrated, Rick resorts to incessant drinking and withering with his old time buddy, Cliff Booth. Could there be a way back to stardom for Dalton in a transformed Hollywood? See trailer here.

Release Date – 26th July, 2019
Genres – Drama & Comedy
Director – Quentin Tarantino
Cast – Kurt Russell, Brad Pitt, Austin Butler, Emile Hirsch, Dakota Fanning & Leonardo DiCaprio
Rated – Not Rated [NR]

 

POINT BLANK

A Netflix production, starring Anthony Mackie and Frank Grillo, the movie tells the story of an off the grid rescue mission after a kidnap is made. A brisk summary of this classic thriller.

Everyone culpable will pay! ☠😠

PRÉCIS

Paul’s wife is kidnapped and held hostage by a notorious gang. Paul, who is an ER nurse, loses all sense of decency as the thought of their coming baby fueled an unusual surge of rampaging emotions. Now he’s forced to team up with an injured public offender and murder suspect to help him against this rival gang to save his pregnant wife. See trailer here.

Release Date – 12th July, 2019
Genres – Action, Thriller, Crime & Drama
Director – Joe Lynch
Cast – Anthony Mackie, Frank Grillo, Teyonah Paris, Marcia Gay Harden & Christian Cooke
Rated – Parental Guidance [PG-13]

 

• BOTTOM OF THE 9TH

Movie tells the story of a teenage baseball sensation whose life takes a downturn when he ends up in jail. Starring Joe Manganiello, a quick preview into this drama.

Redemption at all cost! 💪🏾💪🏾

PRÉCIS

After his uprising baseball career took a nosedive at age 19, Bobby Stano must now crawl his back to the top after 20-years in prison. Now out of the bars, Bobby must regain the love and respect of family, love but more importantly, get his professional baseball career back on track. See trailer here.

Release Date – 19th July, 2019
Genres – Drama & Crime
Director – Raymond De Felitta
Cast – Joe Manganiello, Sofia Vergara, James Madio, Burt Young & Michael Rispoli
Rated – Parental Guidance [PG-13]

 

MIDSOMMAR

Director Ari Aster presents us with this epic romance and drama in “Midsommer.”

Vacation gone wrong. 🎃

This certainly is one movie you want to see with that special someone. See quick preview.

A dream crushed by reality. 😥😥

PRÉCIS

A young woman takes a road trip with her lover to spend the summer in a tranquil environment and have the best time. But soon, what she envisaged took a strangely oblique turn. See trailer here.

Release Date – 3rd July, 2019

Genres – Drama & Romance

Director – Ari Aster

Cast – Florence Pugh, William Jackson Harper, Will Poulter, Julia Ragnarsson & Jack Reynor

Rated – Restricted [R]

WRITTEN/COMPOSED BY DANNY

I sincerely hope you’ve enjoyed our collection this month. Do well to see these movies at the cinemas near you this July as they drop thick and fast.

Be sure to drop your comments below and tell us how you like our new blog features. We value our readers’ Until next month on movie preview, this is Danny world…

 

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