This week’s Redbox releases include Central Intelligence, Warcraft, Mike & Dave Need Wedding Dates, Nerve, Mr. Church and Skiptrace.
Central Intelligence is the 2016 action comedy about two old high school friends who team up to save the world from a terrorist after one of them joins the CIA.
Central Intelligence stars Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Amy Ryan, Danielle Nicolet, and Jason Bateman.
Warcraft is the 2016 action-fantasy flick based on the Warcraft video game series.
In the flick, a few humans and Orcs must work together to stop an Orc horde invading planet Azeroth using a magic portal.
Travis Fimmel, Paula Patton, Ben Foster, Dominic Cooper, and Toby Kebbell star in Warcraft.
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates is the 2016 comedy starring Zac Efron and Adam DeVine as two hard-partying brothers who put out an ad in hopes to find the perfect dates for their sister’s Hawaiian wedding – only to find themselves out-hustled by another duo.
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates stars Zac Efron, Adam DeVine, Sugar Lyn Beard, Eugene Cordero, and Anna Kendrick.
Next up is Nerve, the 2016 thriller based on the 2012 novel of the same name by Jeanne Ryan.
In the flick, a high school senior finds herself involved in an online game of truth or dare.
Emma Roberts, Dave Franco, Emily Meade, Miles Heizer, and Machine Gun Kelly star in Nerve.
Mr. Church is the 2016 drama that tells the story of a unique friendship that develops when a little girl and her dying mother retain the services of a talented cook.
Mr. Church stars Eddie Murphy, Britt Robertson, Natascha McElhone, Xavier Samuel, and Lucy Fry.
Last but not least this week is Skiptrace, the 2016 action comedy about a detective from Hong Kong who teams up with an American gambler to battle a notorious Chinese criminal.
Skiptrace stars Jackie Chan, Johnny Knoxville, Fan Bingbing, Eric Tsang, and Eve Torres.
Other releases this week include Be Somebody, Gearheads, The Garlock Incident, and Who Gets The Dog.
For a full list of new releases, visit www.redbox.com.
Redbox rents DVD’s for $1.20 and Blu-ray disks for $1.50, per day. Promo codes for discounts are often available online.
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