Whats New on HBO in July

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First Man (2018)
July 20

Director Damien Chazelle followed his best director Oscar-winning La La Land last year with First Man. What preceded the Apollo 11 mission to the moon? Years of planning, training, and study for the crew of astronauts, at the center of which stood Neil Armstrong (Ryan Gosling), from whose official biography (of the same title) this film is adapted.

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Notting Hill (2006)
July 1

Following their success with Four Weddings And A Funeral, screenwriter Richard Curtis re-teamed with star Hugh Grant for this film, in which Grant plays William, the owner of a travel bookstore. When world-famous movie star Anna Scott (Julia Roberts) happens in one day, William decides to shoot his shot, but dating a celebrity is surprisingly complicated.

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The Manchurian Candidate (1962)
July 1

A classic of Cold War paranoia adapted from Richard Condons novel of the same name, this film posits the existence of sleeper agents—specifically, Raymond Shaw (Laurence Harvey), a Korean War hero brainwashed overseas by Russian and Chinese Communists to carry out political operations upon his return to the U.S.

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Dawn Of The Dead (2004)
July 31

This remake of George Romeros classic really doesnt get the credit it deserves for reviving (pun somewhat intended) zombies in contemporary horror and horror-comedy. Before iZombie, The Walking Dead, Zombieland, and even 28 Days Later, Sarah Polley anchored Dawn Of The Dead as a nurse who, when her neighbors start succumbing to a mysterious ailment that makes them prey on human brains, bunkers down in a mall with a handful of fellow survivors played by Mekhi Phifer, Ty Burrell, and Ving Rhames.

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Full List of Arrivals

Theatrical Premieres:

Victor Crowley, 2017 (7/1)

American Nightmares, 2018 (7/1)

Thoroughbreds, 2017 (7/5)

Bohemian Rhapsody, 2018 (7/6)Read More – Source

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