The Best Premieres on Streaming Platforms For July 2021 (Part I)

In the Month of July, Streaming Platforms Offer You the Best Productions.

Still from 'Top Gun: Maverick', 'Red Sky', 'Fast and Furious 9'

These are the productions that are preparing their premiere for the month of July. Photo: YT-Paramount Pictures, YT-Netflix, YT-Universal Studios

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The year 2020 was very hard for cinema, due to the health crisis caused by the pandemic, since many shootings and premieres had to be delayed, therefore, this 2021 is loaded with premieres. That is why Latinamerican Post invites you to see the main premieres of streaming platforms (Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and HBO Max) in July 2021.


The best new releases on Netflix (July 2021)


The Street of Terror, Part 3: 1666

(Premieres July 16)

In 1666, a colonial town suffers a witch hunt that has lethal consequences for centuries. It is up to the youth of 1994 to end this curse. Directed by Leigh Janiak.


Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans

(Premieres July 21)

The heroes of the Trollhunters series unite on an epic adventure to battle the Order of Arcana to determine who controls the power of the magic that unites them all. Directed by Johane Matte, Francisco Ruíz and Andrew L. Schmidt.


Red Sky: Season Two

(Premieres July 23)

Coral, Wendy and Gina flee in search of their freedom while they are pursued by Moisés and Christian, the henchmen of Romeo, the pimp and owner of Club Las Novias. Together they will start a desperate race in which they will face all kinds of dangers and whose sole objective will be to stay alive for five more minutes. Directed by Alex Pina.


Resident evil: Infinite darkness

(Premieres July 8)

In 2006, Leon Kennedy has to investigate a computer attack, but finds zombies after the White House falls victim to a mysterious attack. Later he meets Claire, who is trying to figure out what a drawing made by a refugee boy while working on another mission means. Directed by Eiichiró Hasumi.



(Premieres July 28)

In a world of anthropomorphic animals, carnivores and herbivores coexist with each other. Regoshi is a wolf member of the high school drama club, and despite his menacing appearance, he is a good person. Always the object of fear and hatred for other animals during his childhood, he will see in the theater club a place where he can relate more with his companions, who also have their own insecurities and fears. Directed by Shinichi Matsumi.

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The best releases on Amazon Prime Video (July 2021)


The tomorrow war

(Premieres July 2)

One day the world comes to a standstill when a group of time travelers is transported from the year 2051 to deliver an urgent message: Humanity is losing the world war against a deadly alien species. The only hope for survival is that the soldiers and citizens of the present are transported to the future and join the fight. Among those recruited is high school teacher and family man Dan Forester (Chris Pratt) who, determined to save the world for his daughter, joins a brilliant scientist (Yvonne Strahovski) and her father (JK Simmons) in a desperate search to rewrite the fate of the planet. Directed by Chris McKay.


The best premieres on HBO Max (July 2021)


Fast & furious 9

(Premieres July 2)

Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) leads a quiet life with Letty and her son, little Brian, but they know danger is always lurking. This time, that threat will force Dom to face the sins of his past if he wants to save those he loves most. The team is reunited to prevent a worldwide plot, led by one of the most dangerous assassins and the best driver they have ever faced; a man who is also Dom's missing brother, Jakob (John Cena). Ninth installment of the famous franchise. Directed by Justin Lin.


The White Lotus

(Premieres July 12)

Situated in a tropical resort, it follows the experiences of various guests and employees over the course of a week. Directed by Mike White.


Top Gun: Maverick

(Premieres July 16)

After more than 30 years of service as one of the best aviators in the Navy, Pete "Maverick" Mitchel (Tom Cruise) is where he always wanted to be, pushing the limits like a fearless test pilot. While training a detachment of Top Gun graduates for a specialized mission, Maverick meets Lieutenant Bradley Bradshaw (Miles Teller), the son of his late friend "Goose" ... Top Gun sequel. Directed by Joseph Kosinski.


Space Jam: A new legacy

(Premieres July 16)

NBA superstar LeBron James joins Bugs Bunny and the rest of the Looney Tunes in this long-awaited sequel. Directed by Malcolm D. Lee.


The suicide squad

(Premieres July 30)

A group of super villains find themselves locked up in Belle Reve, a high-security prison with the highest death rate in the United States. To get out of there they will do anything, even join the Task Force X group, dedicated to carrying out suicide missions under the orders of Amanda Waller. Heavily armed, they are sent to Corto Maltese Island, a jungle full of enemies. Directed by James Gunn.


Latinamerican Post recommends you pay attention to the second part to learn more about what is coming this month!


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