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Exciting Additions Coming to Max in July 2024, Featuring ‘Godzilla X Kong: The New Empire’

July is just around the corner, and with it comes a lineup of exciting TV shows and movies making their way to Max. This month, subscribers can look forward to a diverse selection of entertainment options, with 80 titles slated to debut throughout July.

Kicking off the month on June 4 is the highly anticipated MonsterVerse sequel, “Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire,” directed by Adam Wingard. The film sees the return of the Titans as they unite to confront the Skar King, a colossal creature resembling Kong that poses a threat to civilization. Starring Rebecca Hall, Brian Tyree Henry, Dan Stevens, Kaylee Hottle, Alex Ferns, and Fala Chen, this action-packed movie promises to captivate audiences.

Another highlight in July is A24’s “Love Lies Bleeding,” featuring Kristen Stewart and Katy O’Brian. The film follows the story of Lou, a gym manager who falls for Jackie, an ambitious bodybuilder on her way to Vegas. Their love story takes a dark turn, entangling them in the criminal underworld.

Fans of House of the Dragon can continue to enjoy new episodes from Season 2 throughout July. This Game of Thrones spinoff delves into the history of House Targaryen, set 200 years before the events of the original series.

Max subscribers can also indulge in original documentary programming like “Hard Knocks: Offseason With The New York Giants,” as well as series such as “Charlie Hustle & The Matter of Pete Rose,” “Quad Gods,” “Teen Torture Inc.,” “Faye,” and “Wild Wild Space.”

For a comprehensive list of what’s in store on Max in July 2024, viewers can explore a variety of TV shows and movies, including fan favorites like “17 Again,” the “Saw” films, the “Spy Kids” franchise, and many more. The month kicks off with a plethora of titles on July 1, with offerings ranging from classic films like “Chinatown” and “Giant” to modern hits like “The Meg” and “Lady Bird.”

As the month progresses, new additions continue to roll out, including specials like “Care Bears: Unlock the Magic” and series like “Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives.” With a diverse mix of content spanning genres and eras, Max ensures there’s something for every viewer’s taste.

In conclusion, July on Max promises a dynamic lineup of entertainment, from blockbuster films to engaging series, catering to a wide range of preferences. Whether viewers are in the mood for action, drama, or comedy, there’s no shortage of options to keep them entertained throughout the month.