New Movies, TV on iTunes in July: ‘Keanu,’ ‘Angry Birds,’ ‘Shooter’ Free Series Premiere

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‘Mother’s Day,’ ‘The Lobster’ and ‘The Boss’ are among the other noteworthy April and May movie releases available for download through Apple’s digital store this month, with extras including an alternate ending, gag reel and background features available for ‘The Boss.’

Those who missed out on or want to re-watch some of April and May’s most high-profile movie releases can do so from the comfort of their home in July. Barbershop: The Next Cut, The Boss, Hardcore Henry, Elvis & Nixon, Keanu, The Lobster, Mother’s Day and Angry Birds will all be available for digital download via iTunes this month. In the case of the Melissa McCarthy- Peter Dinklage- and Kristen Bell-starrer The Boss an iTunes HD download also includes extras like deleted scenes, an alternate ending, a gag reel, McCarthy’s original Michelle Darnell Groundlings sketch, an origin story and featurettes on Dinklage and Bell.

Alex Gibney’s latest documentary Zero Days will also hit iTunes the same day it’s available in theaters as will Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult’s Equals.

On the TV side, iTunes is offering free downloads of the series premieres of USA’s new TV series Shooter, starring Ryan Phillippe and based on the movie of the same name, and History’s military action drama Six, following the members of Navy SEAL Team Six on a 2014 mission to eliminate a Taliban leader in Afghanistan as they uncover that a U.S. citizen is working with the terrorists.

New episodes of shows making their season premieres in July will also be available on iTunes shortly after airing on TV. Such series returning this month includeSex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, Tyrant, Duck Dynasty, Real Housewives of New Jersey, Running Wild With Bear Grylls, Mr. Robot and Suits.

Read on for the full list of movies and TV shows coming to iTunes in July.

July 1

Chasing Niagara (Also in Theaters)
Marauders (Same Day as Theaters)
Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll Season 2

July 2-5

July 2
Killjoys Season 2

July 5
600 Miles
Baby Geniuses and the Space Baby
Barbershop: The Next
By The Sea
Dear Eleanor
Emma’s Chance
I Saw The Light

It’s So Easy and Other Lies
Louder Than Bombs
Season 4
Peppa Pig Vol. 7 

July 7

Tyrant Season 3

July 8-11

July 8
Cutthroat Kitchen Season 13
Duck Dynasty Season 10
Elena of Avalor (Free Pre-Air Premiere)
Season 6
Zero Days (Same Day as Theaters)

July 9
The Lion Guard Vol.2

July 11
All the Way
Basketball Wives: LA
Season 5
Real Housewives of New Jersey Season 7

July 12-14

July 12
The Boss
Hardcore Henry
Queen Mimi
Running Wild with Bear Grylls
Season 3

July 14
Black & White (Free Series Premiere)
Mr. Robot Season 2
Suits Season 6
A Word (Free Series Premiere)

July 15

July 15

Cutting It in the ATL Season 2
Equals (Same Day as Theaters)
Outlaws & Angels (Same Day as Theaters)
Shooter (Free Series Premiere)

July 18-19

July 18
Homeland Season 5 (Full Season)
Veep Season 5 (Full Season)

July 19
April and the Extraordinary World
Breaking The Bank
Elvis & Nixon

The Lobster
Miles Ahead
Mother’s Day
The Perfect
Six (Free Series Premiere)

July 25

Silicon Valley Season 3 (full season)

July 26-29

July 26
Born To Be Blue
God’s Not Dead 2

Ma Ma

July 29
Angry Birds


Source: hollywoodreporter.com

Written by: New Generation Radio

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