The Summer Movie Season Rolls on with Hot New Releases Hitting Theaters in July

Pop Culture Junkie Maude Garrett Previews
July’s Hottest Movies, Both in Theaters and At Home With Ric

The smash hit Toy Story 4 helped raise the 2019 summer box office even higher than last year’s record-breaking summer. That trend looks to continue in July with highly anticipated releases such as Spider-Man: Far From Home and The Lion Kingon deck. Pop culture expert Maude Garrett can preview not only the hot new releases hitting theaters in July, but also complementary film titles that movie fans can watch at home on the free streaming video service, Tubi.

Tubi, which is always free for everyone, offers more than 12,000 movies and television shows on demand – double the size of Netflix – and July will see even more new movie debuts. After you’ve seen your friendly neighborhood Spider-Manin action, check out the real-life heroes portrayed by Nicolas Cage and others in World Trade Center. After you’ve taken the kids to see The Lion King, watch the family road trip comedy Are We There Yet starring Ice Cube. Following Quentin Tarantino’s ensemble drama Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, see the Best Picture winning ensemble film Crash, or the searing crime-drama Rampartwith Woody Harrelson. Finally, once you’ve gotten your chills from the creepy new horror film Midsommar, brace yourself for the psychological thriller The Number 23 starring Jim Carrey as a tortured soul haunted by the mysterious numbers.

The funny and charming Aussie Maude Garrett is a popular TV and radio host, producer, voice actor and creator of “geeky” content. After a successful career in Australian Television and moving into radio to host the Hot 30 Countdownnationwide, Maude decided it was time to set her sights on Los Angeles. As the host of The Hot Hits Live From LA, Maude was a staple at every major red-carpet premiere where she interviewed the world’s biggest stars including Angelina Jolie and Matt Damon. Focusing on her true passion (“being a nerd”), Maude launched Geek Bomb, the popular online destination and YouTube channel (with over 100K subscribers), focusing on movies, TV, comic books, video games & more. For more info, visit:

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