August 1, 2021

Movie and series premieres on Amazon Prime Video, Disney +, HBO, Movistar + and Filmin in the week of June 28 to July 4 – Series News

The premiere in the next seven days of the long-awaited apocalyptic film ‘The war of tomorrow’ stands out.

A new week begins and also a new month and, with them, a good collection of series and movies land in the different catalogs of the streaming platforms.

In the next seven days, the debut of the original Amazon Prime Video film Tomorrow’s War, one of the most anticipated releases of the summer, will be highlighted, while it will also be the week that the film star of the Oscar Minari lands in Filmin. Family history. It is not a very prominent week in terms of premieres, but Movistar +, Disney + and HBO also incorporate new titles.

You can see all the premieres of movies and series on Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, Movistar + and Filmin from June 28 to July 4 continued:




Anthological romantic series with a new plot and new characters in each of its episodes that takes us 15 years in the future to consider a completely different scenario from ours: science has discovered the way to find our soul mate and this will be the context in the one that develops each of the chapters. As you can imagine, knowing who is the perfect person for you is not as good as you might imagine at first.

Premiere: 1st of July


The war of tomorrow

In this highly anticipated original Amazon Studios film starring Chris Pratt and Yvonne Strahovski, among others, Earth finds itself facing an alien invasion that is about to end human hegemony on Earth. In this scenario, a group of professional soldiers who fought in the wars of the past will be seen by the authorities as the only hope to win this last battle.

Premiere: July 2nd

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Allison Janney, Mila Kunis and Regina Hall are the protagonists of this mix between comedy, drama and suspense that has as its starting point the death of the protagonist’s husband, who dies as a result of the moment of maximum tension experienced by being caught by this while she was having sex with her lover. After burying him and presuming missing, the woman will have to prevent the authorities from discovering the cake, while dangerous partners of her husband try to find his whereabouts.

Premiere: 1st of July


‘Spin off’ of the saga Transformers starring an ‘autobot’ named Bumblebee, who is found by a young girl in a small warehouse. Once her goal of fixing it is accomplished, it doesn’t take long for the girl to discover what the machine is capable of.

Premiere: 1st of July


Supernatural ‘thriller’ set in the middle of World War II in which two American soldiers are trapped between enemy lines while trying to carry out a mission. They soon discover that the allegedly Nazi-occupied village has been affected by their own experiments and that what is there is not human.

Premiere: 1st of July

Instant family

Funny family comedy starring a young couple who decide to become parents and end up adopting three siblings: a rebellious fifteen-year-old and two naughty children.

Premiere: 1st of July

Bloody christmas

In this Bloomhouse horror flick, Hawthorne University closes its doors for Christmas, so sorority girls plan to have the craziest parties of the year. What they don’t expect is that a masked killer is going to start killing them one by one, making them doubt whether the killer is among them.

Premiere: 3rd of July



Madam Curie

Directed by Marjane Satrapi and starring Rosamund Pike, the film about one of the most important women scientists in history revolves mainly around the dynamics of Marie Curie and her husband, Pierre Curie, the marriage to whom we owe the theory of radioactivity.

Premiere: July 2nd

Premiere: June 28th

  • Max Reload and the Abyssal Blasters

Premiere: June 30th


The Literary Society and the Potato Peel Pie

Behind this curious and original name, an adaptation of the homonymous bestseller by Annie Barrows and Mary Ann Schaffer, is the story of the young writer Juliet Ashton, played by Lily James, who is immersed in the search for her new book. It will be the invitation to a strange book club called The Guernsey Potato Peel Pie and Literary Society that will give you so much more than just the history you are looking for.

Premiere: June 28th

(No more releases until HBO confirms its release schedule for the month of July)



Directed by the famous M. Night Shyamalan, the filmmaker takes up three characters from his previous films, The protégé (2000) and Multiple (2016). They are Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson), the supervillain known as Mr. Crystal, David Dunn (Bruce Willis) and Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy), a young man with multiple personalities. The starting point of the story is the escape from the mental institution in which the former is confined.

Premiere: July 2nd

  • Chris Hemsworth: Shark Beach

Premiere: 3rd of July



Crisis Cell

Belgian ‘thriller’ that tells the story of Suzanne Fontana, a woman who, at the head of one of the most influential NGOs in the world, must face a multiple kidnapping in Yemen.

Premiere: June 29


Minari. Family history

One of the great protagonists of the last edition of the Oscars, Threatening It is directed by South Korean Lee Isaac Chung, who through the film recalls his own childhood in the 1980s. The story of a family – half Korean, half American – living on a small farm in Arkansas in search of the so-called “American dream.”

Premiere: July 2nd

-Other films that are incorporated into the Filmin catalog-

  • Mr. Link. The lost originJune 30th
  • Eight million ways to die – 1st of July
  • Reunion – 1st of July
  • Blue thunder – 1st of July
  • Double body – 1st of July
  • Iron hearts – 1st of July
  • Christine – 1st of July
  • Discovering Forrester – 1st of July
  • Glory Times – 1st of July
  • TaxI Driver – 1st of July
  • Count on me – 1st of July
  • The price of forgiveness – July 2nd
  • Relic – July 2nd
  • Welcome to Montparnasse – July 2nd
  • Willy’s Wonderland – July 4th