HBO Max: Every Movie & TV Show Coming In August 2021 – Screen Rant

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HBO Max: Every Movie & TV Show Coming In August 2021 – Screen Rant

HBO Max will welcome a few major releases in August 2021, in addition to more Max Originals and dozens of arrivals to its movie library.
HBO Max isn’t letting the summer months slow them down based on the streaming service’s August 2021 releases. The WarnerMedia platform is excelling when it comes to grabbing the attention of new and existing subscribers due to the consistent addition of noteworthy titles. While the Warner Bros. movie releases have been a big hit for HBO Max, the service continues to unveil original programming on top of building the back catalog with popular titles. That trend will extend through the month of August with dozens of more releases.
HBO Max’s July 2021 release schedule featured several highly-anticipated premieres, beginning with Steven Soderbergh’s No Sudden MoveShortly after, the Gossip Girl reboot debuted, which serves as a Max Original. Most noteworthy, however, was the release of the LeBron James-led Space Jam: A New Legacy. As a Warner Bros. title, the family-friendly movie was simultaneously released on the streaming platform, and it will be available to subscribers for the first half of August.
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There are plenty of other offerings coming in August for those who already watched the Space Jam sequel. On August 6, James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad will hit HBO Max the same day as theaters. The DC Comics adaptation will feature a team consisting of names like Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), Bloodsport (Idris Elba), Peacemaker (John Cena), and Rick Flag (Joel Kinnaman) for a special mission orchestrated by Viola Davis’ Amanda Waller. As for Max Originals, the streamer will welcome Titans season 3 (August 12), Looney Tunes Cartoons (August 19), and The Other Two season 2 (August 26). Sprinkled among those releases is the return of Godzilla vs. Kong (August 17) and another WB debut in Reminiscence (August 20), starring Hugh Jackman. Here’s what else subscribers can look forward to in August.
August 1
2 Days in the Valley, 1996 (HBO)
9/11: Fifteen Years Later, 2016
A Mighty Wind, 2003 (HBO)
A Walk Among the Tombstones, 2014 (HBO)
The Accidental Spy, 2002 (HBO)
The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl, 2005 (HBO)
Americano, 2017 (HBO)
Anna to the Infinite Power, 1982 (HBO)
Backtrack, 2016 (HBO)
Basic Instinct, 1992 (HBO)
Basic Instinct 2: Risk Addiction, 2006 (HBO) (Extended Version)
Best in Show, 2000 (HBO)
Betrayal at Attica, 2021
The Betrayed, 2008 (HBO)
The Birdcage, 1996 (HBO)
Black Death, 2010 (HBO)
Blue Ruin, 2014 (HBO)
Brown Sugar, 2002 (HBO)
Changeling, 2008 (HBO)
Chasing Mavericks, 2012 (HBO)
Collateral, 2004 (HBO)
Constantine, 2005
Deep Cover, 1992 (HBO)
The Devil’s Double, 2011 (HBO)
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, 1988 (HBO)
Dolphin Tale, 2011 (HBO)
The Double, 2014 (HBO)
Empire of the Sun, 1987
The End, 1978 (HBO)
Envy, 2004 (HBO)
Epic, 2013 (HBO)
Extranjero (aka Foreigner), 2018 (HBO)
For Your Consideration, 2006 (HBO)
Freejack, 1992 (HBO)
The Fugitive, 1993
Ghosts of Mississippi, 1996
The Great Gatsby, 1974 (HBO)
The Great Gatsby, 2013 (HBO)
Gun Shy, 2017 (HBO)
Hangman, 2017 (HBO)
Heaven Can Wait, 1978 (HBO)
Hitchcock, 2012 (HBO)
Horror of Dracula, 1958
How to Deal, 2003 (HBO)
Hudson Hawk, 1991
Humpday, 2009 (HBO)
Imperium, 2016 (HBO)
Inception, 2010
Joe, 2014 (HBO)
Johnny English Reborn, 2011 (HBO)
Julia, 2009 (HBO)
Last Action Hero, 1993
The Lincoln Lawyer, 2011
Malcolm X, 1992
Man Down, 2016 (HBO)
The Man in the Iron Mask, 1998 (HBO)
Mean Streets, 1973
Mr. Soul!, 2018
New in Town, 2009 (HBO)
Nobody Walks, 2012 (HBO)
Nurse 3D, 2013 (HBO)
One Hour Photo, 2002 (HBO)
The Out-of-Towners, 1999 (HBO)
Popeye, 1980 (HBO)
The Pope of Greenwich Village, 1984 (HBO)
The Prince, 2014 (HBO)
The Reader, 2008 (HBO)
Red, 2008 (HBO)
Red Riding Hood, 2011
Requiem for a Dream, 2000
Scary Movie, 2000
The Score, 2001 (HBO)
Sex and the City, 2008
Sex and the City 2, 2010
The Shawshank Redemption, 1994
Spawn, 1997
The Spirit, 2008 (HBO)
The Square, 2017 (HBO)
Stand and Deliver, 1988 (HBO)
Tango & Cash, 1989
Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo, 2006
Thirteen Ghosts, 2001
Vice, 2015 (HBO)
War, 2007 (HBO)
Woodstock (Director’s Cut), 1994
You’ve Got Mail, 1998
August 2
Small Town News: KPVM Pahrump, Documentary Series Finale (HBO)
August 3
Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, 1993
Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union, Documentary Premiere (HBO)
August 5
Furry Friends Forever: Elmo Gets A Puppy, Special Premiere (Max Original)
August 6
Sin Aliento (aka Breathless), 2020 (HBO)
August 7
All My Life, 2020 (HBO)
August 8
A Different World
August 10
Hard Knocks ’21: Dallas Cowboys, Sports-Based Reality Series Premiere (HBO)
August 12
FBOY Island, Season Finale (Max Original)
The Hype, Series Premiere (Max Original)
August 14
Jurassic Park, 1993 (HBO)
Jurassic Park III, 2001 (HBO)
The Lost World: Jurassic Park, 1997 (HBO)
August 15
The White Lotus, Limited Series Finale (HBO)
August 16
Hard, Season 3 Premiere (HBO)
Top Gear, Season 29
August 19
Eyes on the Prize: Hallowed Ground, Documentary Special Premiere (Max Original)
Marlon Wayans: You Know What It Is, Special Premiere (Max Original)
Sweet Life: Los Angeles, Series Premiere (Max Original)
August 20
Half Brothers, 2020 (HBO)
Reefa, 2021 (HBO)
August 22
100 Foot Wave, Documentary Series Finale (HBO)
San Andreas, 2015
August 24
Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel (HBO)
Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy, 2021
August 25
Lincoln: Divided We Stand, 2021
August 28
Magic Mike XXL, 2015 (HBO)
As always, HBO Max will be removing a handful of titles to make room for some of the forthcoming additions. The back catalog, specifically, will lose some popular titles on the last day of August. Those movies include the first two Bill & Ted installments, the Saw franchise, several National Lampoon’s Vacation movies, and the Beverly Hills Cop trilogy. Space Jam: A New Legacy is also heading out on August 16, but that’s not the only notable departure. The streamer will be losing recently released movies like Joker, Replicas, and The High Note by the end of the month. Though some might be saddened to say goodbye to summer with the arrival of September, there’s a lot to look forward to, including several WB releases like James Wan’s Malignant.
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Kara Hedash is a features editor and writer for Screen Rant. From time to time, she dives into the world’s most popular franchises but Kara primarily focuses on evergreen topics. The fact that she gets to write about The Office regularly is like a dream come true. Before joining Screen Rant, Kara served as a contributor for Movie Pilot and had work published on The Mary Sue and Reel Honey. After graduating college, writing began as a part-time hobby for Kara but it quickly turned into a career. She loves binging a new series and watching movies ranging from Hollywood blockbusters to hidden indie gems. She also has a soft spot for horror ever since she started watching it at too young of an age. Her favorite Avenger is Thor and her favorite Disney princess is Leia Organa. When Kara’s not busy writing, you can find her doing yoga or hanging out with Gritty.

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