The 80s have become a genre in itself, and now the ‘revival’ fever seems to be in the 90s. In fact, Warner releases this summer the sequel to one of those films converted into icons of an era, decade and generation: Space Jam, the film – its absolutely brilliant commercial operation – that mixed Roger Rabbit animation and live action, bringing together the iconic Bugs Bunny and the Looney Toons with one of the greatest symbols of the 90s and of sport: Michael Jordan.
With Space Jam: A New Legacy Coming to theaters this July with Bugs and LeBron James as protagonists -and a trailer that promises a rhythm and mix of Warner universes like the LEGO movies, HBO brings you the original to revisit it -with all the jokes and references to the decade in which was created.
But there is more, since although July is not going to be lavish in series for HBO -barely 5 in the whole month-, there are interesting ones such as The White Lotus, a satirical comedy ideal for the summer, because it focuses on the guests and workers of a tropical ‘resort’ on vacation. And with a female cast that includes Connie Britton, Jennifer Coolidge or Alexandra Daddario.
But above all, what HBO brings for July is cinema, a lot of cinema, tons of cinema. We have everything: The original post-apocalyptic Mad Max trilogy, with some of the best car chases in movie history – and no cheating or CGI cardboard, all for real; the impressive performance of Pilar López de Ayala in Juana la Loca; the joke of the trilogy Her parents; the relocura of the two early 2000 movies of Charlie’s Angels; the bad milk of Yo, Tonya, with a splendid Margot Robbie; or all the overwhelming Sci Fi visualization of the Valerian by Luc Besson; or Venom’s anti-hero Tom Hardy.
12th of July
THE WHITE LOTUS. New serie
The series portrays the vacation of several hotel guests for a week as they relax and rejuvenate in paradise. But with each passing day, a darker complexity emerges in the lives of these perfect travelers, the giggling hotel employees, and that idyllic setting.
PREDATORS: THE PODCAST. New documentary series
A new six-part, half-hour documentary series directed by Emmy winners Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato and produced by World of Wonder brings to life Ronan Farrow’s intimate and revealing interviews with whistleblowers, journalists, private investigators and other sources. made for the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist’s Podcast and best-selling book “Predators: The Plot to Silence Abuse Victims.”
DOWN THERE. Season 4
A WAVE OF THIRTY METERS. New documentary series
This six-part documentary series captures the decade-long odyssey of surfing pioneer Garrett McNamara, who, after visiting Nazéré in Portugal in hopes of conquering a 30-meter wave, took the sport to ever greater heights and, together with the locals, helped transform the small fishing village into the world’s premier big wave surfing destination.
ROSWELL: NEW MEXICO. Season 3
1st of July
MAD MAX. HIGHWAY WILD
MAD MAX 2. THE ROAD WARRIOR
MAD MAX. FURY ON THE ROAD
THE SCHOLARSHIP GRANTEES
JACK THE GIANT TRUNK
JUANA LA LOCA
THE TONGUE OF THE BUTTERFLIES
NOW THE PARENTS ARE THEM
CHARLIE’S ANGELS: ON THE LIMIT
JUMAJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE
THE GREAT AMERICAN SCAM
THE END OF THE ROMANCE
VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS
BASED ON REAL FACTS
7 DAYS IN ENTEBBE
A ROOM WITH A VIEW
THE WOMAN IN BLACK: THE ANGEL OF DEATH
GRACE DE MONACO
OUR LAST SUMMER IN SCOTLAND
1st of July
YO, ELVIS RIBOLDI
NEW LOONEY TUNES. Temporada 3
JUSTIN AND THE SWORD OF COURAGE
THE TOM AND JERRY SHOW. Season 5
FANTASTIC ANIMALS: THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD
DORAEMON. Season 9
COOL UP, SCOOBY DOO! Season 1
DORAEMON, THE SPACE HERO