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HBO 2013 Summer Movies

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Looking for something to do this summer?  If you’re subsribed to HBO you have a ton of awesome movie options to help you escape the dog days of summer.  HBO has put out this little trailer detailing the blockbuster hits that will be made available (or already are!) this summer FREE with your HBO subscription:

As always the films are also available on HBO Go as well. Here’s the list and the premiere dates for those who want to schedule around them:

Argo – debuts on Saturday, September 6th
Battleship – OUT NOW
The Bourne Legacy – OUT NOW
Life of Pi – debuts on Saturday, August 24th
The Dark Knight Rises – OUT NOW and plays on HBOGo through August
Savages – OUT NOW and plays on HBOGo through August
TED – OUT NOW and plays on HBOGo through September
American Reunion – OUT NOW
This is 40 – debuts on Saturday, September 28th
Anna Karenina – debuts on Saturday, August 17th
Rise of the Guardians OUT NOW and plays on HBOGo through October
Pitch Perfect – OUT NOW and plays on HBOGo through August
Les Miserables debuts Saturday, August 31st
Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted – OUT NOW

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4 comments

truong minh khan October 8, 2013 - 7:12 pm

I WANT TO WATCH THESE MOVIES , HBO CAN YOU HELP ME ?
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Kimberly September 16, 2013 - 4:56 pm

Any idea if Hunger Games movie 1 is going to be on HBO before movie 2 comes out?

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MrBushido August 13, 2013 - 10:13 pm

What do you mean by free with my HBO subscription? Isn’t it supposed to be already part of the HBO and GO package? It’s not like they’re providing anything extra…

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Jacob Klein August 14, 2013 - 2:28 pm

Yeah I guess the wording there is a bit wacky. I think some people might believe that HBOGo is extra or something… but it’s all free with a subscription to HBO. And movies don’t cost extra either. Don’t think anyone was confused but that statement/clarification is true :)

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