HBO Now has announced its July lineup, and it is more important than ever for the streaming service to find a way to convince the viewers to stay home. Despite the fact that Netflix’s new series “Orange is the New Black” and “Glow” have received positive reviews from the audiences, HBO Now is trying its best to defeat the streaming giant with a range of blockbuster movies and television shows.

‘Beautiful Creatures’

July is an exciting month for the fans of “Beautiful Creatures” because the film is going to stream on both HBO Now and Amazon Prime. This fantasy movie was based on a novel of the same name by Kami Garcia, and it featured Alden Ehrenreich, Emma Thompson, Jeremy Irons, Alice Englert, Viola Davis, Eileen Atkins, Thomas Mann and Emmy Rossum.

Released in February 2013, “Beautiful Creatures” was a box office success. In 2013, the film was released on Blu-ray and DVD, and it sold over 418,792 copies within three months.

‘Hard to Kill’

Hard To Kill” was a 1990 action film directed and written by Bruce Malmuth, starring Kelly Le Brock, Steven Seagal, Frederick Coffin and William Sadler. The story revolved around a detective, Mason Storm, who fell into a coma after being shot during a firefight. James DiStefano, Bonnie Burroughs, Lou Beatty, Nick Corello, and Danny Trejo were in the supporting characters.

‘Panic Room’

Panic Room” was a 2002 film directed by David Fincher and scripted by David Koepp. It featured Jodie Foster and Kristen Stewart in the leading roles, and Forest Whitaker, Dwight Yoakam, and Jared Leto played the supporting characters.

The story was inspired by Koepp's novel of the same name. “Panic Room” brought together a crew of talented and hard-working people.

‘Soul Food’ – TV series

The Verge confirms that “Soul Food” is coming to HBO Now this month. This television series aired on Showtime from June 2000 to May 2004. Created by George Tillman, the show was based on Tillman's childhood experience growing up in Wisconsin.

Having aired for 74 episodes, it is one of the longest dramas in the television history. “Soul Food” featured Rockmond Dunbar, Darrin Henson, Aaron Meeks, Nicole Parker, Malinda Williams, Vanessa Williams, and Boris Kodjoe as regulars. The show won two NAACP Image Awards and received a record-breaking renewal of 40 episodes a few years ago.

The new outlet claims that “About a Boy,” “Bean,” “Cobra,” and “The Dark Knight” are also coming to HBO Now.

Which is your favorite movie or television series?

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