Check out our highlights for the latest movies and TV shows to watch on BINGE, Stan, Disney+, Netflix, Prime Video, Paramount+, Foxtel Now and more, streaming this month on Telstra TV.
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Jurassic World: Dominion (10 August): Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum are reunited for a climactic final chapter in the Jurassic saga, facing down the threat of a genetically engineered plague alongside the danger of dinosaurs once again roaming all corners of the Earth.
Elvis (8 August): Baz Luhrmann’s latest masterpiece follows the meteoric rise to fame of music legend, Elvis Presley (played by Austin Butler), under the twenty-year guidance of his manager, the colourful Colonel Tom Parker (Tom Hanks).
Minions: The Rise of Gru (24 August): Go back to where it all began for supervillain Gru, as the eleven year old evildoer – with the help of his Minions – winds up making enemies with the baddest of all baddies, the Vicious 6.
House of the Dragon (22 August): The much-anticipated prequel series to the global phenomenon, Game of Thrones, charts the history of House Targaryen some 200 years before Daenerys ascended the Iron Throne. Starring Matt Smith, Milly Alcock and Paddy Considine.
Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin (Now streaming): Twenty-two years after teenager Angela Waters leapt to her death at a Y2K New Year’s Eve party, the daughters of Angela’s supposed friend group find themselves being hunted down by a sinister force.
Industry (Now streaming): Returning for a cutthroat second season, the young traders of London’s Pierpoint & Co investment bank are forced back into the office after Covid lockdowns. No longer grads and now under new management from their New York office, they’ll have to prove their worth if they want to stay in the game.
A Stan Original Series RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under (Now streaming): Mamma Ru makes her way back to our shores, as ten new queens from across Australia and New Zealand compete before judges Michelle Visage and Rhys Nicholson to be crowned Down Under’s next Drag Superstar.
The Resort (Now streaming): When Emma (Cristin Milioti) and Noah (William Jackson Harper) head to the Mexican tropics for their tenth wedding anniversary, the discovery of an old mobile phone in the jungle leads them on a wild adventure to solve a fifteen year old murder mystery.
Power Book III: Raising Kanan (14 August): MeKai Curtis returns as a young Kanan Stark, in this second season of the 1990s backstory into the people and events that shaped his beginnings in the criminal underworld.
Lightyear (Now streaming): Blast off on an outer-space odyssey with Star Command ranger, Buzz Lightyear (voiced by Chris Evans) – the astronaut who inspired the action figure from Toy Story – as he takes on the evil space invader Zurg, with the help of his ragtag crew and a robot kitty named Sox.
Fearless: The Inside Story of the AFLW (24 August): Join the trailblazing women who paved their own way to the top of Australian Rules football, in this six-part series that follows players from all walks of life as they share their inspiring stories of hope, sacrifice and glory.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law (18 August): Tatiana Maslany stars as Jennifer Walters, a lawyer hired to defend superhuman clients, who also happens to transform into a 6-foot-7 green She-Hulk whenever she gets mad. Also starring Mark Ruffalo, Tim Roth, Jameela Jamil and Benedict Wong.
Uncoupled (Now streaming): Neil Patrick Harris stars in this comedy-drama series from Sex and the City creator Darren Star, about a man whose husband of seventeen years leaves him without warning – suddenly forcing him to come to terms with the separation and face the prospect of dating again in his forties.
The Most Hated Man on the Internet (Now streaming): This three-part documentary series follows the true-crime case of Hunter Moore – the founder of a “life ruining” photo-sharing website, who was ultimately taken down by the FBI with the help of one of his victim’s mothers.
13: The Musical (12 August): On the eve of his Bar Mitzvah, eighth-grader Evan Goldman’s parents split up and he’s forced to leave behind all his friends in New York to move to Indiana. Keen to make new friends, he plans to make his Bar Mitzvah the biggest party in town.
The Rehearsal (Now streaming): Have you ever wished for a do-over, when a moment in your life didn’t quite turn out the way you thought it would? In this intriguing series, Nathan Fielder uses actors and set designers to allow people to “rehearse” events in their lives before they even happen.
Diana: The Ultimate Truth (28 August): Delve into the theories surrounding Princess Diana’s death, as investigative journalist and former detective Mark Williams-Thomas interview’s close friends, witnesses and police attending the scene to recount the details leading up to this tragic event.
Gogglebox Australia (24 August): Australia’s loveable armchair critics are back, sharing their hot takes on the television shows we’re all watching right now – or ought to be.
Secret Headquarters (13 August): In this family adventure film from Jerry Bruckheimer, Owen Wilson plays the world’s most powerful superhero. His son Charlie hasn’t the slightest clue, until he and his friends stumble into dad’s hidden lair and must defend it from attacking enemies.
The Bridge (19 August): A reality competition series like no other, The Bridge transports twelve Aussie adventurers into the remote Tasmanian bush, tasked with constructing a 300 metre-long bridge in only twenty days. There’s $250,000 up for grabs, but there can be only one winner.
6 Festivals (25 August): In this Paramount+ Australian film, three teenage friends Maxie (Rasmus King), James (Rory Potter) and Summer (Yasmin Honeychurch) make a pact to attend six music festivals in only six months, in the wake of James receiving a devastating cancer diagnosis.
Thirteen Lives (5 August): Viggo Mortensen, Colin Farrell and Joel Edgerton star in this gripping true story from director Ron Howard about the rescue of a Thai soccer team and their coach, who became trapped inside a maze of caves during a flash flood.
A League of Their Own (12 August): Penny Marshall’s groundbreaking 1992 film inspires this eight-episode comedy-drama series, about a group of women who dared to challenge the status quo and form America’s first female professional baseball league.
Samaritan (26 August): Granite City is overrun with crime, but it’s been over twenty-five years since anyone caught sight of its vigilante superhero, Samaritan (Sylvester Stallone). While most believe he was killed by his enemy, Nemesis, one boy is convinced his next door neighbour is their saviour in hiding.
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