The complete list of movies and TV series arriving on Netflix this July has just been unveiled, and it includes a couple of original films that fans have long been eager to see.
One of those is The Kissing Booth 2, the sequel to the 2018 rom-com movie The Kissing Booth, starring Joey King, Joel Courtney, and Jacob Elordi. Arriving on the streaming service on July 24th, the Vince Marcello-directed film finds high school senior Elle (King) juggling her long-distance relationship with Noah (Elordi), college apps, and a new friendship that could change her life forever.
The other much-awaited Netflix original movie premiering this July is The Old Guard. Based on the acclaimed graphic novel of the same name by Greg Rucka, the live-action film adaptation stars Charlize Theron as Andy, the leader of a group of tight-knit immortal mercenaries that has protected the mortal world for centuries. But when their extraordinary abilities are exposed during an emergency mission, the team must come together more than ever to eliminate those who seek to replicate and monetize their power. Directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood, The Old Guard is set to premiere on July 10th.
On the TV front, Netflix is dropping The Umbrella Academy season 2 on July 31st. Plot details about show’s sophomore run are very limited, but it’s likely that it will draw inspiration from The Umbrella Academy comic book series’ second volume, Dallas, which revolves around Number Five (Aidan Gallagher) and his association with John F. Kennedy’s assassination.
Netflix is also launching a bunch of new original series in July, including the fantasy drama Warrior Nun (July 2nd), The Baby-Sitters Club revival series (July 3rd), Japanese horror series JU-ON Origins (July 3rd), and Cursed (July 17th), which is based on the illustrated novel of the same name by Frank Miller and Tom Wheeler. In addition to these scripted series, the streaming service will also introduce a number of unscripted programs next month. These include the wedding-themed reality series Say I Do (July 1st), reboot of the mystery documentary series Unsolved Mysteries (July 1st), and the travel show Down to Earth with Zac Efron (July 10th).
In line with the upcoming arrival of the Cobra Kai series to Netflix, the streamer is also adding the first three Karate Kid movies to its library on July 1st. Other third-party movies arriving on the streamer on the first day of July include the romantic drama A Walk to Remember, biopic Ali, crime drama Donnie Brasco, historical drama Schindler’s List, supernatural horror Paranormal Activity, crime comedy Starsky & Hutch, and the sci-fi action classic Total Recall, among many others.
Check out the video below to see more movies and TV series coming to Netflix in July.