Who says new month, says new additions for the Netflix SVOD service catalog. For the month of July, we offer a selection of programs not to be missed. And, once again, there will be something for everyone between films, series and animated.

Yū Yū Hakusho

Initially broadcast during the first half of the 90s, Yū Yū Hakusho takes you through the adventures of a young teenager with a bad reputation, Yusuke Urameshi. However, one day, he takes the risk of helping a child and gives up his life. However, Enma Jr, son of the judge of the Underworld, offers him a second chance, resurrecting him and making him a detective of the spirit world. A status that will require him to fight the demons that have infested the Earth. Behind the realization of this project, we find Abe Noriyuki (Great Teacher Onizuka, Bleach, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations), supported by Hashimoto Hiroshi (One Piece). Everything is supervised by the illustrious Togashi Yoshihiro, the creator ofHunter X Hunter, since it is neither more nor less the animated adaptation of one of the works of the mangaka.

  • Available July 1
  • Watch Yū Yū Hakusho on Netflix

The Hobbit (the trilogy)

Netflix: movies, series, animes not to miss in July 2021

After the trilogy The Lord of the Rings, it’s the turn of another work by JRR Tolkien, namely The Hobbits, to benefit from its own film adaptation. Composed of three parts (An Unexpected Journey, The desolation of Smaug and The Battle of the Five Armies), released between 2012 and 2014, The Hobbits brings us to life, 60 years before the events of Lord of the Rings, the adventure of Bilbo Baggins, Frodo’s uncle. Bilbo, yet well attached to his tranquility, will join the company of Thorin, made up of thirteen dwarves, and Gandalf to take part in a dangerous journey. For this second trilogy, we find at the helm, obviously, Peter Jackson (The Lord of the Rings, King Kong, Braindead), assisted by his usual screenwriters, Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens, and Guillermo Del Toro (Hellboy, The Shape of Water). In the casting, we find Martin Freeman (The Office (UK), Sherlock), Sir Ian McKellen (Richard III, X-Men), Elijah Wood (Hooligans, Sin City), Andy Serkis (King Kong, Prestige), Christopher Lee (Dracula’s Nightmare, Star Warsand Cate Blanchett (Aviator, Blue Jasmine, Thor: Ragnarok)

  • Available July 1
  • Watch The Hobbit (The Trilogy) on Netflix

Jumanji: welcome to the jungle

Netflix: movies, series, animes not to miss in July 2021

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, released in 2017, offers a sequel to the original film, released in 1995 and adapted from the novel by Chris Van Allsburg, in a Hollywood blockbuster version that seizes video game codes. Exit the board game, Jumanji has become a video game that will suck four archetypal high school students into its universe. Except that everything will not go as planned, and instead of the characters they have chosen, each teenager will be decked out with a completely different avatar. For this Jumanji in blockbuster style, we find a 5-star cast, cut out for comedy, made up of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (No Pain No Gain, Fast and Furious), Kevin Hart (Scary Movie 3 and 4, Borderlands), Karen Gillan (Guardians of the Galaxy, Doctor Who) et Jack Black (Rock Academy, Thunder in the tropics). The production is provided by Jake Kasdan (Bad Teacher), while the script writing has been entrusted, among others, to Chris McKenna (American Dad!, Community) and Jeff Pinkner (Alias, Fringe).

  • Available July 2
  • Watch Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle on Netflix

Resident Evil : Infinite Darkness

Netflix: movies, series, animes not to miss in July 2021

Resident Evil : Infinite Darkness is a CG animated series and the result of an American-Japanese collaboration produced by Netflix and TMS Entertainment. This is fully integrated within the lore of the franchise since the plot takes place between the events of Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5. We find Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield trapped in a White House teeming with hungry zombies. Our two heroes are respectively voiced, in English, by Nick Apostolides and Stephanie Panisello. In French, they are Anatole de Bodinat (Noctis in Final Fantasy XV) and Kelly Marot (Nobara Kugisaki in Jujutsu Kaisen) which provide dubbing. The project is supervised and written by Hiroyuki Kobayashi (Devil May Cry 4, Resident Evil: Vendetta, Dragon’s Dogma), producer of video games and animes / series at Capcom, while many directors, such as Eiichiro Hasumi (Assassination Classroom) will follow one another over the course of the episodes.

  • Available July 8
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Netflix: movies, series, animes not to miss in July 2021

How I became a superhero is a French film directed by Douglas Attal. This is the adaptation of the novel by Gerald Bronner released in 2007. The plot takes place in 2020 in a city of Paris where supermen have found their place in society. We follow Lieutenant Moreau (Pio Marmaï) who investigates a mysterious substance, offering superpowers, alongside Cécile Schaltzmann (Vimala Pons), a new recruit. The two police officers will also be able to count on Monté Carlo (Benoît Poelvoorde) and Castilla (Leïla Bekhti), two former vigilantes. With a pitch reminiscent of The Boys and the V component, the film was inspired by certain films and series such as Watchmen, Batman or Daredevil. An atmosphere that stands out from traditional Marvel-style superhero films by focusing on a more realistic universe that relies on society, as well as on more tormented urban heroes.

  • Available July 9
  • Watch How I Became a Superhero on Netflix

It also comes out in July

  • Fences (by Denzel Washington) on July 1 on Netflix
  • 120 Beats Per Minute (by Robin Campillo) on July 1 on Netflix
  • Fear Street Part 1, 2 and 3 on July 2, 9 and 16 on Netflix
  • Atypical season 4 July 9 on Netflix
  • 12 Years a Slave (by Steve McQueen) July 22 on Netflix
  • Beastars season 2 July 15 on Netflix

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