New movies coming this month on Sky Cinema

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Photo credit: Prostock-Studio - Getty Images
Photo credit: Prostock-Studio - Getty Images

Sky Cinema has been treating movie fans to a brand-new premiere every single day for a while now, but there's sometimes so much choice, a potential new favourite could slip unnoticed.

So we've decided to round up the upcoming month's new daily premieres in one handy place for you to plan out your movie viewing. This list is subject to change as premiere dates can shift, but we'll make sure to update the list when we know of any changes.

If you're a Sky subscriber but don't have access to the movie channels, it currently costs £11 extra a month for a minimum 18-month contract. And if you're not a Sky subscriber, you can access all of the latest movie premieres with a Sky Cinema pass from NOW.

You can also sign up with one of their ongoing deals, including the Sky + Netflix package that gives you a bunch of Sky Entertainment channels and access to everything on Netflix, for £27 a month over an 18-month period.

Be sure to check back in the last week of every month to see the next month's batch of movie premieres.

July 21 – Into the Darkness

During World War II, a Danish industrialist's problematic collaboration with the Germans is challenged when his son joins the rising resistance movement. Stars Jesper Christensen and Gustav Dyekjær Giese.

July 22 – Hunter Hunter

After her husband leaves her alone to hunt a rogue wolf, Anne meets a severely-injured man and starts to realise that the threat could be much closer to home. Stars Devon Sawa and Nick Stahl.

July 23 – Every Breath You Take

A psychiatrist's family life and career are torn apart when he invites the brother of a deceased patient into his home to meet his wife and daughter. Stars Casey Affleck and Sam Claflin.

Photo credit: Ed Araquel / Sky Cinema
Photo credit: Ed Araquel / Sky Cinema

July 24 – Cats & Dogs 3: Paws Unite

When the long-standing truce between cats and dogs is threatened by a supervillain parrot, will Gwen the cat and Roger the dog be able to save the day? Stars Melissa Rauch and Max Greenfield.

July 25 – Oslo

Adapted from the award-winning play of the same name, the true story of the secret back-channel talks and unlikely friendships that led to the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords. Stars Ruth Wilson and Andrew Scott.

July 26 – Body of Water

A photographer with an eating disorder tries to reconnect with her estranged mother and teenage daughter. Stars Sian Brooke and Kazia Pelka.

July 27 – Mope

Two low-level male performers in the porn industry set their sights on an impossible dream and find themselves on a path of destruction. Stars Nathan Stewart-Jarrett and Kelly Sry.

July 28 – We Broke Up

Lori and Doug break up just days before the wedding of Lori's sister, but decide to pretend they're still together until the weekend is over to not disrupt the fun. Stars Aya Cash and William Jackson Harper.

July 29 – Archive

In 2038, a scientist develops an AI with human capabilities in the hope of reuniting with his dead wife. Stars Theo James and Stacy Martin.

July 30 – Knives Out

When crime novelist Harlan Thrombey is found dead in mysterious circumstances, his entire family are put under the spotlight by renowned private detective Benoit Blanc. Stars Daniel Craig and Chris Evans.

Photo credit: Lionsgate
Photo credit: Lionsgate

July 31 – Summerland

Reclusive writer Alice finds her life upended when Frank, an evacuee from the London Blitz, is left in her care. Stars Gemma Arterton and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.

August 1 – Great White

Five passengers on a seaplane become stranded miles from shore and face a desperate bid for survival against a menacing terror. Stars Tim Kano and Aaron Jakubenko.

August 2 – Winter Lake

When a neighbour discovers a young woman's dark secret, they get pulled into a violent confrontation with her father. Stars Emma Mackey and Anson Boon.

August 3 – Last Call

Telling the real-life story of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas's final tour in 1953, a tour that was meant to save him from ruin. Stars Rhys Ifans and Zosia Mamet.

August 4 – The Tenant

Struggling with adolescence, 13-year-old Bharat meets cosmopolitan woman Meera and starts up an unlikely friendship. Stars Rudhraksh Jaiswal and Shamita Shetty.

August 5 – Violent Heart

Set in the American heartland, 24-year-old Daniel finds himself falling for an outgoing high school senior. Stars Jovan Adepo and Grace Van Patten.

August 6 – The Dry

A Federal Agent reopens a cold case when he returns to his home town for the funeral of his childhood friend who allegedly died by suicide. Stars Eric Bana and Genevieve O'Reilly.

Photo credit: The Dry Film Holdings Pty Ltd and Screen Australia
Photo credit: The Dry Film Holdings Pty Ltd and Screen Australia

August 7 – Two by Two: Overboard!

When they are separated after falling off Noah's Ark, two friends must overcome the odds to find their way back. Stars Tara Flynn and Max Carolan.

August 8 – The Last Shift

An aging fast-food worker who's spent 38 years working the graveyard shift trains his replacement on his last weekend. Stars Richard Jenkins and Shane Paul McGhie.

August 9 – A Dragon's Adventure

A young dragon and his two best friends cause havoc at a summer camp when they meet some wild water dragons. Stars David Holt and Emma Tate.

August 10 – We Still Say Grace

Three strangers unwittingly interrupt a man's delusional family suicide pact at a remote farmhouse. Stars Bruce Davison and Holly Taylor.

August 11 – The Short History of the Long Road

After tragedy strikes, a teenager has to confront the reality of life on the road. Stars Sabrina Carpenter and Danny Trejo.

August 12 – Me, You, Madness

Conman Tyler plans to rob a businesswoman when he takes up her offer of a room to rent, unaware she's actually a murderous psychopath. Stars Ed Westwick and Louise Linton.

August 13 – The Kid Detective

A once-celebrated kid detective finally lands his first "adult" case when a high school girl asks him to find out who murdered her boyfriend. Stars Adam Brody and Tzi Ma.

Photo credit: Sony Pictures
Photo credit: Sony Pictures

August 14 – Synchronic

Two paramedics discover the terrifying truth about a mysterious new drug when it's linked to a series of bizarre accidents. Stars Anthony Mackie and Jamie Dornan.

August 15 – Run Hide Fight

A high school student faces a fight to survive when she finds herself in an active shooter situation. Stars Eli Brown and Barbara Crampton.

August 16 – Space Dogs: Return to Earth

Soviet space dogs Belka and Strelka are sent on a mission to Cuba where a tornado is pulling water off the coast of the island. Stars Maria Antonieta Monge and Mauriett Chayeb.

August 17 – Final Days

After a virus turns humanity into bloodthirsty creatures, Aiden finds himself locked in his apartment alone and begins to lose all sense of time. Stars Tyler Posey and Donald Sutherland.

August 18 – Vanguard

When an accountant is targeted by the leader of a terrorist organisation, his only hope for survival is an elite security company. Stars Jackie Chan and Yang Yang.

August 19 – Portal

An ambitious ghost hunter performs a risky ritual and finds himself fighting against an ancient demonic force. Stars Ryan Merriman and Jamie Tisdale.

August 20 – Extinct

Two extinct animals undertake a time-hopping adventure to return to 1835 and save their species from extinction. Stars Rachel Bloom and Adam DeVine.

August 21 – The Craft: Legacy

In a continuation of the cult hit, a new batch of aspiring teenage witches get more than they bargain for when they explore their newfound powers. Stars Cailee Spaeny and David Duchovny.

Photo credit: CTMG - Sony Pictures
Photo credit: CTMG - Sony Pictures

August 22 – The Adventures of Wolfboy

A young boy living with a rare condition goes in search of his mother who abandoned him at birth. Stars Chloë Sevigny and Eve Hewson.

August 23 – Phobias

Five people suffering from extreme phobias undertake a test from a doctor who aims to weaponise fear. Stars Hana Mae Lee and Leonardo Nam.

August 24 – Once Upon a River

After her father is killed in a tragic accident, a girl begins an unexpected odyssey to find her estranged mother. Stars Kenadi DelaCerna and John Ashton.

August 25 – The Eight Hundred

In 1937, a group of Chinese soldiers defend a Shanghai warehouse complex as Japanese forces overwhelm China. Stars Chen Yao and Wu Yiang.

August 26 – Honeydew

A young couple start to experience strange cravings when they take shelter in the home of an aging farmer and her peculiar son. Stars Sawyer Spielberg and Barbara Kingsley.

August 27 – Wonder Woman 1984

Living a secretive life in the 1980s, Diana Prince is soon faced with her toughest test yet as she battles Maxwell Lord and Cheetah. Stars Gal Gadot and Kristen Wiig.

Photo credit: Warner Bros.
Photo credit: Warner Bros.

August 28 – Tom & Jerry

When Jerry moves into New York City's finest hotel, a desperate events planner hires Tom to get rid of him. Stars Chloë Grace Moretz and Michael Peña.

August 29 – Dreamland

Eugene dreams of escaping his small Texas town and when he meets a fugitive bank robber, he must make a decision that will affect his life forever. Stars Finn Cole and Margot Robbie.

August 30 – Norm of the North: Family Vacation

Polar bear Norm searches for his missing crown while trying to fix his family relationships. Stars Andrew Toth and Lisa Durupt.

August 31 – Adventures of Mr Dundee

Paul Hogan is reluctantly put back in the spotlight as he attempts to restore his reputation before being knighted. Stars Paul Hogan and Jacob Elordi.

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