New releases at Redbox this week include The Monuments Men, Pompeii, About Last Night, Grand Piano, Fugitive At 17 and Way Of The Wicked.
The Monuments Men is based on the true story of a platoon assigned to locate and save several art masterpieces from the Nazis during World War II.
The Monuments Men stars George Clooney, Matt Damon, Bill Murray, John Goodman, Jean Dujardin and Cate Blanchett.
In the action-adventure thriller Pompeii, a gladiator must save his true love from marrying a crooked Roman Senator at the same time Mount Vesuvius is set to erupt.
Pompeii stars Kit Harington, Emily Browning, Jared Harris, Kiefer Sutherland and Jessica Lucas.
Comedian Kevin Hart returns to Redbox for the second week in a row with About Last Night.
The romantic comedy focuses on the struggles of two couples trying to make their relationships work.
Michael Ealy, Regina Hall, Joy Bryant and Christopher McDonald co-star in About Last Night.
Next up this week is Grand Piano, starring Elijah Wood and John Cusack.
Wood plays a brilliant pianist who decides to return to the stage years after a having bad show.
Moments before his performance, however, he discovers a deadly note written for him on his music.
Kerry Bishe, Tamsin Egerton and Don McManus co-star in Grand Piano.
In the thriller Fugitive At 17, a hacker accused of murdering her friend takes matters into her own hands in order to find the real killer.
Fugitive At 17 stars Marie Avgeropoulos, Cindel Chartrand, Casper Van Dien, Christina Cox and Danny Blanco-Hall.
Last but not least this week is Way Of The Wicked, starring Christian Slater.
Slater plays a priest who believes that an evil spirit has returned to harm the residents of a small town after strange several murders take place.
Vinnie Jones, Emily Tennant, Jake Croker and Aron Buchholz co-star in Way Of The Wicked.
Other releases this week include A Gangster’s World, A Tiger’s Tail, Dracula: The Dark Prince, Patrick, The Secret of Loch Ness and Wishes.
For a complete listing 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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