Here’s What’s About To Hit Netflix
As you know, content comes and goes on Netflix. Each week, we’re bringing you a list of titles that you’ll be able to stream in the U.S. in the coming days. As always, dates are subject to change.
Yeah, we just put out one of these lists the other day, but it’s a short week, so here’s what’s in store for the first part of July.
Available on 07/04:
Knights of Sidonia: Season 1 (2014)
The heroic pilot Nagate rises from obscurity to become the newest pilot defending the world of Sidonia against the evil Gauna aliens.
Available on 07/05:
Black Rock (2013)
Katie Aselton, Lake Bell, Kate Bosworth, Will Bouvier, Jay Paulson, Anslem Richardson, Carl K. Aselton III
Childhood pals Sarah, Abby and Lou’s reunion on a remote island off the coast of Maine turns into a nightmare when they realize a sinister neighbor doesn’t appreciate their presence — and they wind up fighting for their lives.
Bottled Up (2013)
Melissa Leo, Marin Ireland, Josh Hamilton, Jamie Harrold, Fredric Lehne, Nelson Landrieu, Lynn Cohen
As she struggles to help her capricious adult daughter overcome her addiction to prescription painkillers, plant enthusiast Faye neglects herself. But when a handsome environmentalist arrives in town, Faye’s life takes an unexpected turn.
Available on 07/06:
Michel Bouquet, Christa Theret, Vincent Rottiers, Thomas Doret, Romane Bohringer, Michèle Gleizer
In 1915, elderly painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir is crippled by both loss and arthritis, but when vibrant teenager Andrée brightens his life, he finds new purpose — as does his son Jean, a wounded soldier who is inspired by Andrée’s love of cinema.
Available on 07/07:
Missing William (2014)
Brandon Routh, Courtney Ford, Spencer Grammer, Reid Scott
Forced to care for her husband after he’s injured in a bar fight, Rhode Island artist Abby Leeds finds her life even more challenging when her childhood sweetheart turns up, setting the stage for a complicated love triangle.
Available on 07/08:
Critics called her delusional. Child welfare agents tried to intervene. But Laura Dekker would not be denied her shot at sailing round the world. This documentary captures the 14-year-old’s solo feat through footage she shot on her two-year voyage.
Available on 07/09:
Jason Statham, James Franco, Winona Ryder, Kate Bosworth, Rachelle Lefevre, Frank Grillo
When ex-DEA agent Phil Broker is widowed, he moves with his 10-year-old daughter to a small town in pursuit of a quiet life, but he finds his dream destroyed by a murderous drug trafficker, Gator, and his gang of meth-making thugs.
Out of the Furnace (2013)
Christian Bale, Woody Harrelson, Casey Affleck, Sam Shepard, Zoe Saldana, Forest Whitaker, Willem Dafoe
Working-class siblings Russell and Rodney Baze are desperate to flee the Rust Belt and find better lives. But when a twist of fate lands Russell in jail, Rodney gets mixed up with a crime syndicate — and their brotherly bond is soon put to the test.
Available on 0710:
Alan Patridge (2014)
Steve Coogan, Colm Meaney, Felicity Montagu, Monica Dolan, Tim Key, Simon Greenall, Karl Theobald, Nigel Lindsay, Phil Cornwell
Legendary blowhard Alan Partridge, made famous by funnyman Steve Coogan, has become an obscure radio host in this new page from his demented life. When Alan finds out he may be laid off, his response is to try to get a colleague fired instead.
I am Divine (2013)
John Waters, Ricki Lake, Tab Hunter, Michael Musto, Mary Vivian Pearce, Mink Stole, Bruce Vilanch, Holly Woodlawn
Get an inside look at the captivating story of Divine, aka Harris Glenn Milstead, who grew up as a chubby bullied Baltimore kid and rose to become filmmaker John Waters’s muse and an internationally celebrated drag superstar.
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