With new releases ranging from family films to epic historical dramas, to Australian horror films, there is truly something for everyone this week on the TV.
So, without further ado, here is everything you need to know about the new films that will be available to stream this weekend.
The Woman King (2022) | Sky Cinema and NOW (pick of the week)
Gina Prince-Bythewood's action-packed film The Woman King is a historical drama not to be missed. Set in the West African kingdom of Dahomey in the 1820s it centres on an all-female group of warriors led by Viola Davis' General Nanisca.
As war begins to brew between the Dahomey and Oyo tribes, General Nanisca trains a new group of warriors in the ways of the Agojie and things take a darker turn when Portuguese slave traders make an alliance with the Oyo.
Nimona (2023) | Netflix
Animated film Nimona follows knight Ballister Boldheart (Riz Ahmed) who finds himself accused of a crime he didn't commit in a futuristic world.
Determined to clear his name Ballister seeks out shapeshifter Nimona (Chloë Grace Moretz) who is the only person who can do so, and the pair embark on an unexpected adventure together.
Run Rabbit Run (2023) | Netflix
Fresh off her success in Succession, Sarah Snook returns to the small screen for horror film Run Rabbit Run, in which she portrays a single mother, Sarah, whose daughter Mia (Lily LaTorre) begins to tell her she has memories from a past life.
Mia believes she is Sarah's sister Alice, who went missing at the age of seven. As events unfold, Sarah becomes increasingly frightened of what her daughter is capable of doing.
Emily (2022) | Sky Cinema and NOW
Emma Mackey stars as Emily Brontë in this period drama that charts the Wuthering Heights author's life in a compelling coming-of-age story.
The film explores Emily Brontë's journey into womanhood as she embarks on making her dream of becoming an author a reality.
The best films to watch on TV this weekend
For those without a subscription service, never fear because there are plenty of movies to watch on terrestrial TV this weekend too.
Family favourites like A Knight's Tale will air on Channel 4 on Saturday, 1 July, while on Sunday Ella Enchanted is being screened on ITV2 and Finding Dory will air on BBC One.
For those looking for something a bit grittier to sink their teeth into, Steven Spielberg's Bridge of Spies will air on BBC One on Sunday 2 July at 9pm, while horror film Ready or Not airs on Film4 at 11.40pm on Saturday 1 July.
Here are Yahoo UK's picks of the weekend:
Saturday, 1 July
A Knights Tale - 11.55am, Channel 4
Venom - 9pm, Channel 4
Rocky - 8pm, ITV4
Star Trek - 6.40pm, E4
Ready or Not - 11.40pm, Film4
Sunday, 2 July
Ella Enchanted - 2.50pm, ITV2
Finding Dory - 3.15pm, BBC One
Hidden Figures - 6.30pm, Film4
Bridge of Spies - 9pm BBC Two
Die Hard - 10.15pm ITV1
Watch: Viola Davis discusses The Woman King.