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July movies are always as bold, bright and colorful as Fireworks on July 4th (and fortunately). Now that we are in the middle of the summer months, it is time for ice cream, swimsuitsAnd fresh products — and apparently cowboys, minions and superheroes. Here are the summer movies which you should definitely add to your July 2024 watchlist, especially on days when it’s too hot to go outside!

Despicable Me 4 — In theaters July 3, 2024

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Despicable me 4 is a film I want to see in theaters in July. In this sequel, Gru and his family take on a new villain, voiced by Barbieas Will Ferrell. The whole gang is back together for this new installment, and this time they have a new baby Gru Jr.! Look at the Despicable me 4 trailer here.

Despicable Me 4 hits theaters July 3 and stars Steve Carell, Pierre Coffin, Steve Coogan, Miranda Cosgrove, Joey King, Will Ferrell, Sofia Vergara and Kristen Wiig.

Sound of Hope: The Story of Possum Trot — In theaters July 4, 2024

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Sound of hope is based on the true story of Reverend and Donna Martin, who led a movement in East Texas to place foster children with loving families. With their compassion and drive, they help find homes for 77 children who were considered difficult to place. look at the Sound of hope trailer here.

Sound of Hope opens in theaters on July 4 and stars Nika King, Demetrius Grosse, Elizabeth Mitchell and Diana Babnicova. Letitia Wright is executive producer.

Space Cadet — On Prime Video July 4, 2024

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Emma Roberts’ Rex always dreamed of going to space. When she submits a doctored application and ends up in NASA’s astronaut training program, she must figure out how to survive the program without her directors discovering her secret.

Space Cadet hits Prime Video July 4 and stars Emma Roberts, Tom Hopper, Poppy Liu, Gabrielle Union, Kuhoo Verma, Desi Lydic, Sebastián Yatra, Yasha Jackson, Andrew Call, Troy Iwata, Josephine Huang, Dave Foley, Sam Robards, and Joshua Harto.

MaXXXine — In theaters from July 5, 2024

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Mia Goth is back as Maxine, and this time she’s heading to Hollywood. Everything is glitz and glamour, until Hollywood’s newest stars turn up dead and Maxine realizes her past secrets threaten her future. Look at the MaXXXine trailer here.

MaXXXine opens in theaters on July 5 and stars Mia Goth, Elizabeth Debicki, Moses Sumney, Michelle Monaghan, Bobby Cannavale, Halsey, Lily Collins, Giancarlo Esposito and Kevin Bacon.

Fly Me To The Moon — In theaters July 12, 2024

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Set during the Apollo 11 moon landing, this July film follows marketing expert Kelly Jones, who is tasked with boosting NASA’s public image. Meanwhile, launch director Cole Davis is literally trying to get the mission off the ground. Look at the Fly me to the moon trailer here.

Fly Me To The Moon will be in theaters from July 12 and stars Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum, Nick Dillenburg and Anna García.

Longlegs — In theaters July 12, 2024

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FBI agent Lee Harker welcomes the challenge of being assigned to an unsolved serial killer case. But when the case takes an occult turn, he is shocked to discover that he shares a personal connection with the killer. look at the Long legs trailer here.

Longlegs hits theaters on July 12 and stars Maika Monroe, Nicolas Cage, Alicia Witt and Blair Underwood.

My Spy The Eternal City — On Prime Video July 18, 2024

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Veteran CIA agent JJ ​​and his 14-year-old stepdaughter Sophie are in Rome for a high school choir tour when a nuclear plot against the Vatican interrupts their trip. Look at the My Spy The Eternal City trailer here.

My Spy The Eternal City is coming to Prime Video on July 18 and stars Dave Bautista, Chloe Coleman, Kristen Schaal, Flula Borg, Craig Robinson, Billy Barratt, Taeho K, with Anna Faris and Ken Jeong.

Twisters — In theaters July 19, 2024

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After getting us in Everyone but youGlen Powell is back for the star-studded TwistersThis July film is a standalone sequel to the original 1996 film. Vortexbut has enough mischief and adventure that it doesn’t feel like a dupe. Hold on to your cowboy hats! Watch the Whirlwinds trailer here.

Twisters hits theaters July 19, 2024 and stars Daisy Edgar-Jones, Sasha Lane, Brandon Perea, Glen Powell, Anthony Ramos, and Maura Tierney.

The Good Half — In theaters July 23, 2024

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I absolutely loved this movie when I saw it in the Tribeca Festival last year, and I can’t wait to see it again. Nick Jonas stars as writer Renn, who returns home for his mother’s funeral. Before he can reconnect with the family he’s been avoiding, he meets a charming stranger on a plane — and everything changes. Watch The good half trailer here.

The Good Half opens in theaters for a limited release on July 23, starring Robert Schwartzman, Brittany Snow, David Arquette, Matt Walsh, Nick Jonas, Alexandra Shipp and Elisabeth Shue. Utopia has partnered with Fathom Events to release the film theatrically on July 23 and 25 with exclusive virtual Q&A sessions with Nick Jonas, Robert Schwartzman and special guest moderator Kiernan Shipka.

Deadpool & Wolverine — In theaters July 26, 2024

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Deadpool and Wolverine will be one of the craziest Marvel movies not yet. Not only is LokiTVA is involved and the cameo rumors continue to grow (Taylor Swift please show up!), but Hugh Jackman will almost certainly bring the X-Men into the MCU for good. Check out the Deadpool and Wolverine trailer here.

Deadpool 3 hits theaters July 26, 2024, starring Morena Baccarin, Emma Corrin, Brianna Hildebrand, Hugh Jackman, Stefan Kapičić, Matthew Macfadyen and Ryan Reynolds.

The Fabulous Four — In theaters July 26, 2024

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When three best friends find out their college girlfriend is getting married, they travel to Key West for the trip of a lifetime.

The Fabulous Four hits theaters July 26 and stars Susan Sarandon, Bette Midler, Megan Mullally, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Bruce Greenwood and Timothy V. Murphy.

Which July film are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments and check out the June movies you can watch this month.

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