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Best Movies are coming to Netflix UK in July 2022

Underworld and The Gray Man movie posters from Netflix

Netflix has a variety of binge-worthy options in July

With subscription prices slowly rising and Netflix UK talking about advertising, the streaming giant still has enough upcoming movies to keep any movie fan happy.

For one, Kate Beckinsale shines in her Gothic Underworld series as an ass-kicking vampire who falls in love with a human.

Get ready, Ryan Gosling fans, as the actor slips back into his action hero boots in the highly anticipated original film, The Gray Man. A former CIA agent’s life is turned upside down when the hunter becomes the hunted.

Will it be the 41-year-old’s best since Drive? We really hope so (although we can’t wait for him to be Barbie’s Ken).

For something lighter, Dakota Johnson stars in a new adaptation of Jane Austen’s Persuasion and Gerard Butler takes on the cursed phantom in the theatrical adaptation of Phantom of the Opera.

Dakota Johnson convinces.

Persuasion is already getting a lot of pre-release hype (Image: Nick Wall/Netflix)

For horror fans, the Taiwanese mockumentary “Incantation” is a talking point – similar to “Squid Game”, it was the subject of rave reviews before a worldwide release was decided.

Scroll for some of the other movies to watch in July:

Airborne – July 1st

In this fresh 2009 comedy, George Clooney is his stereotypically charming and engaging self as he takes on the role of Ryan Bingham, a corporate downsizing expert who gets rid of troubled employees. His “non-committal” existence is threatened when he begins a romance with a new hire who is trying to change roles.

Underworld – July 1st

This action-packed film series begins with Underworld (2003), where we meet Selene, played by the charismatic Kate Beckinsale, a vampire warrior caught in the conflict between vampires and werewolves as she tries to protect the human Michael after he is revealed He is wanted by the werewolves.

Underworld 2 Evolution Underworld Evolution poster starring Kate Beckinsale

Some of Kate Beckinsale’s best work can be seen in the Gothic Underworld series (Image: Collection Christophel)

Fans can watch the next three films including Underworld Evolution, Underworld: Rise of the Lycans and Underworld Awakening as Selene goes into battle against humanity.

Dangerous Liaisons – July 8th

Célène, 17, is idealistic. She believes in absolute love and is more interested in reading than social media. She prepares to live apart from her fiancé, Pierre, and after a move, she must face the evil elite of her new school, ruled by former screen star and Instagram queen Vanessa and famous surfer Tristan, both of whom are dangerous and seductive.

Célène begins to fall in love with him, little does she know that she is at the center of a cruel bet between Tristan and Vanessa. Based on the classic film, this one has been updated for modern audiences

A still from Netflix's Dangerous Liaisons.

It’s a game of cat and mouse in this modern take on the classic film Dangerous Liaisons (Image: Lou Faulon / Netflix)

The Sea Monster – July 8th

One for the kids, at a time when terrible beasts roamed the seas, monster hunters were celebrated heroes – and none was more popular than the great Jacob Holland. But when young Maisie Brumble disappears as a stowaway on his fabled ship, he gains an unlikely ally. Together they embark on an epic journey into uncharted waters and make history

Summoning – July 8th

This one follows a story loosely based on true events, when a mother realizes her daughter doesn’t see things as they appear. The film, which received seven Taipei Film Award nominations, uses certain elements of found footage to tell a confident, chilling story.

Conviction – July 15th

Living on the brink of bankruptcy with her snooty family, Anne Elliot is a nonconformist with a modern sensibility.

When Frederick Wentworth – the dashing one she let escape – rushes back into her life, Anne must choose between putting the past behind her or following her heart when it comes to second chances.

The Father – July 17th

Anthony Hopkins became the oldest recipient of a Best Actor Oscar for his portrayal of Anthony, an elderly gentleman suffering from dementia who refuses the help of his daughter Anne, played by the brilliant Olivia Colman. A harrowing but beautifully made must-watch.

The Gray Man – July 22nd

Ryan Gosling in The Gray Man.

Ryan Gosling does back what he does best as CIA Agent Six (Image: Cr. Paul Abell/Netflix)

Ryan plays The Gray Man, CIA agent Court Gentry, also known as Sierra Six.

Broken out of federal prison and recruited by his superior, he was once a highly skilled, agency-sanctioned dealer of death.

But now the tables have turned and Six is ​​the target, hunted around the world by Lloyd Hansen (Chris Evans), a former CIA operative who will stop at nothing to take him down.

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