We hope you love the products we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication. 1. Spider-Man: Far From Home (July 2) View this video on YouTube Marvel Studios / Via youtube.com While most of us are still healing from the heartbreak that was Avengers: Endgame, Marvel Studios is taking no days off with their newest entry in this universe. This time we see Peter Parker (Tom Holland) healing from the ~loss~ he sustained in Endgame, and grappling with his new found role as an official Avenger — all while trying to enjoy teenage life and a fancy field trip to Europe.Get your Fandango or Atom tickets here. 2. Midsommar (July 3) View this video on YouTube A24 / Via youtube.com Writer-director Ari Aster — i.e., the man who made ~heads roll~ with last year's surprise smash Hereditary — has gifted us with this new nightmare. The film follows Dani (Florence Pugh) and Christian (Jack Reynor), an all-American couple on the verge of a pretty nasty breakup. However, their breakup is delayed due to a family tragedy, which leads Dani to invite herself along with Christian and his buds on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to a festival in Sweden....where nothing is as it seems. NO. FESTIVALS. EVER.Get your Fandango or Atom tickets here. 3. Stuber (July 12) View this video on YouTube 20th Century Fox / Via youtube.com This is — and I cannot stress this enough — literally the buddy cop comedy I never knew I needed, but now have. Blessed be, oh movie gods. When everyday Uber driver Stu (Kumail Nanjiani) unexpectedly picks up a cop (Dave Bautista) who's hot on the trail of a killer, he gets more than he bargained for. Will they catch the killer? Will they die? Are the action scenes in Jaws based on real science? Only one way to find out!Get your Fandango or Atom tickets here. 4. The Farewell (July 12) View this video on YouTube A24 / Via youtube.com When Billi (Awkwafina) finds out her grandmother has been diagnosed with cancer and only has weeks to live, she and her whole family return to China to visit her one last time. There's just one issue...her grandmother is the only person who is unaware of her own fate. The family has traveled to visit her under the guise that there is a wedding happening, as they've decided it's best for her not to know the truth. Bring all the tissues.Get your Fandango or Atom tickets here. 5. Crawl (July 12) View this video on YouTube Paramount Pictures / Via youtube.com This is a horror film about a big-ass alligator. No, seriously. When a deadly hurricane massacres a small Florida town, Haley (Kaya Scodelario) decides to ignore evacuation orders and return to look for her missing father in the rubble of her home. When she find him gravely injured, the two are trapped in their home by the encroaching flood waters and, also, gigantic alligators. No, seriously. Y'all gotta see this.Get your Fandango or Atom tickets here. 6. The Lion King (July 19) View this video on YouTube Walt Disney Studios / Via youtube.com Finally, the most anticipated Disney reboot of all time (fight me) has arrived. What the heck else do you need to know? Simba. Nala. Mufasa. Scar. Timon. Pumbaa. Rafiki. EVERYONE IS COMING BACK. Just...just go see it. Again, bring tissues.Get your Fandango or Atom tickets here. 7. Once Upon A Time In Hollywood (July 26) View this video on YouTube Sony Pictures / Via youtube.com In the ninth film by Quentin Tarantino, we see TV star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his longtime stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) realize they're slowly fading into the background of Hollywood — a town they once all but owned. Set in 1969, this one seeks to explore a version of la la land that no longer exists in todays filmmaking climate. Also, like, it'll probably win all the Oscars because Leo and Brad and did I mention Margot Robbie?!Get your Fandango or Atom tickets here. What July 2019 movie are YOU looking the most forward to? Did we miss any? Sound off in the comments below!