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In the MCU, Thor actor Chris Hemsworth wields his hammer mostly, in “The Huntsman & The Ice Queen”, however, there are two axes. But there are also other major Netflix launches, such as “Warcraft”, “Fear Street: 1994” or “America: The Movie”.

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As always when the beginning of the month is approaching, numerous titles are disappearing from Netflix, but many new films and series are also starting. From July 1, 2021, the video game epic “Warcraft: The Beginning”, “The Huntsman & The Ice Queen” with Chris Hemsworth, Charlize Theron and other stars or the rough comedy “The Interview” can be seen.

However, there are also interesting reboots before that, so without further ado, here are: The Netflix highlights for the week from June 28 to July 4, 2021:

Monday: Anime fans watch out

Calendar week 26 will be one that anime fans should mark in red on their calendars. Because even if “only” the fifth season “The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgment” comes on Monday, June 28, 2021, there are still numerous other anime films and series awaiting us on July 1. For the sake of simplicity, here in list form:

Tuesday: Arrowverse supplies

On the other hand, if you are more into superheroes than anime (or like both), you can look forward to Tuesday. This is where the fourth season “Black Lightning”, which belongs to the so-called Arrowverse to “Arrow”, “The Flash” and Co., finally starts on Netflix.

Wednesday: “Avengers” meets “Star Wars” meets “Magic Mike”

With “America: The Film” a rather colorful, weird and crazy mixture of superhero film, “Star Wars” battles, “Magic Mike” striptease and history lesson awaits us on Wednesday, because here the American Revolutionary War is interpreted in a very unusual way:

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If that is too crazy for you and you are instead interested in crime and thriller material, there is also a supply here: with the Polish thriller “Prime Time”, the true crime miniseries “Sophie: A Murder in West Cork” “Or the first season of the cartel drama” Somos “.

Thursday: films without end

The new month begins on Thursday and everyone who has Netflix knows what that means: loads of new film and series restarts in one day! The highlights on July 1st are certainly the “Warcraft” real film, the fantasy adventure “The Huntsman & The Ice Queen” and the cheeky comedy “The Interview”. Again, we have the whole list for you (minus the anime restarts, you remember):

New series on July 1st:

Friday: Netflix’s big horror event starts

After Netflix came up with loads of licensed films on Thursday, Friday traditionally belongs to the Netflix originals. And today there is a double supply of horror:

In addition to the Korean exorcism hit “The 8th Night”, the three-part horror event “Fear Street” will certainly attract some attention. The first part starts on July 2nd, “Fear Street 1994”, and then for the next two weeks it goes back into the past with “Fear Street: 1978” and “Fear Street: 1666”

Saturday: time for the watchlist

As always, there are fewer titles announced in advance for the weekend and, according to the current status, none at all for Saturday. Experience has shown that new films and series start anyway, but even if not: At least you will have enough time to work through the mountain of new products from the beginning of the month.

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Sunday: The new series from Michelle & Barack Obama

Michelle and Barack Obama have a contract with Netflix and have already produced several documentaries and series for the streaming service – most recently, for example, “Waffel und Mochi”. In her new Netflix series “We The People”, songs by Janelle Monáe, HER, Adam Lambert and Co. are supposed to convey the basics of US civil rights.

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