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HBO Now: Here’s everything that’s coming and going in July

by Danny Zepeda | June 25, 2017June 25, 2017 3:00 pm PDT

HBO just unveiled all the titles being added (and taken away) to its HBO Now and HBO Go services next month, and the list includes notable movies that will be sure to keep you entertained during the long 4th of July weekend.

The biggest and most important title coming in July is the season 7 premiere of Game of Thrones. The last trailer before the premiere just dropped and it looks insanely awesome.

The other HBO original series also arriving in July is the season three premiere of Ballers starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson on July 23.

HBO usually adds a number of recent movies thanks to its exclusive deal with movie studios. The most high profile titles include comedies Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping and Keeping Up With The Joneses and Oscar nominees Hacksaw Ridge and Loving.

Rounding out the July additions are a ton a fantastic action and thriller flicks led by The Dark Knight, Minority Report, Mission: Impossible 2, Watchmen and Panic Room.

Check out the full list of titles arriving on HBO Now and Go in July down below.

Original Programming:

HBO First Look: War for The Planet of the Apes (7/3)

Words That Built America (7/4)

Tour De Pharmacy (7/8)

The Defiant Ones, Documentary Event Premiere (7/9)

Season Premieres:

Game of Thrones, Season 7 Premiere (7/16)

Ballers, Season 3 Premiere (7/23)

Insecure, Season 2 Premiere (7/23)

Room 104, Series Premiere (7/28)

Theatrical Premieres:

The Other Side of the Door, 2016 (7/1)

Loving, 2016 (7/1)

Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, 2016 (7/8)

Keeping Up With the Joneses, 2016 (7/15)

Hacksaw Ridge, 2016 (7/22)

Almost Christmas, 2016 (7/29)

Estrenos:

El Cerdo (AKA The Pig), 2015 (7/1)

La Invitación (AKA Sleepover), 2016 (7/1)

Esteban, 1973 (7/7)

Rara, 2016 (7/14)

Truman, 2015 (7/21)

Las Horas Contadas, 2016 (7/28)

Starting July 1:

About a Boy, 2002

American Gigolo, 1980

Bean, 1997

The Blair Witch Project, 1999

Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2, 2000

Born on the Fourth of July, 1989

Cobra, 1986

The Dark Knight, 2008

Erin Brockovich, 2000

Heartburn, 1986

Johnny Handsome, 1989

K-Pax, 2001

Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, 2001

Le Divorce, 2003

Leatherheads, 2008

The Man Without a Face, 1993

Mimic (Extended Version), 1997

Minority Report, 2002

Mission: Impossible II, 2000

Mr. Deeds, 2002

Necessary Roughness, 1991

Next Day Air, 2009

Over Her Dead Body, 2008

Panic Room, 2002

Pearl Harbor (Extended Version), 2001

Platoon, 1986

Richie Rich, 1994

Robin Hood: Men in Tights, 1993

The Rose, 1979

Selena, 1997

Solaris, 2002

Soul Food, 1997

Thirteen, 2003

Watchmen (Extended Version), 2009

The Women, 2008

The X-Files: I Want to Believe (Extended Version), 2008

Ending July 19:

Beautiful Creatures, 2013

Ending July 24:

Unfaithful, 2002

Ending July 31:

Batman Returns, 1992

Catch Me If You Can, 2002

The Color of Money, 1986

Criminal, 2016

Crossroads, 2002

El Cantante, 2007

Evil Dead 2, 1987

Fracture, 2007

Hail, Caesar!, 2016

Hard to Kill, 1990

Hotel for Dogs, 2009

Innerspace, 1987

Keanu, 2016

The Main Event, 1979

Men in Black II, 2002

Midnight Special, 2016

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, 2016

My Cousin Vinny, 1992

Rendition, 2007

Risky Business, 1983

Road to Perdition, 2002

Rooster Cogburn, 1975

Simon Birch, 1998

This Boy’s Life, 1993

Wildcats, 1986

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Danny Zepeda

Born and raised in Southern California, Danny grew up on a steady diet Pixar, Star Wars and Steven Spielberg movies. Unbeknownst to him, this was...

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