If you’re looking for some entertainment this holiday weekend, look no further because we have an explosive lineup of new releases. Embark on a jungle adventure in Rio 2, explore virtual identity in Transcendence and more. See our full new release recap below.
Transcendence (plus Bonus Features): If you had the choice to live forever, would you? This sci-fi thriller explores what happens when dreaming of the future leads to power that’s impossible to control.
Dr. Will Caster (Johnny Depp) creates a sentiment machine with his full range of emotions and memories. His controversial experiments become the target of anti-technology extremists who will stop at nothing to prevent him from continuing with his research. In their attempts to destroy his creation, they inadvertently lead to his transcendence.
Rio 2: The whole flock is back, plus a gaggle of new characters, including Bruno Mars and Kristen Chenoweth, in this musical action-adventure film.
Blu (Jesse Eisenberg), Jewel (Anne Hathaway) and their three kids embark on a colorful – and musical – journey as they’re forced from their home in Rio de Janeiro to the Amazon.
Dom Hemingway: Jude Law lets it all hang out in this comedy-drama about one man in search of redemption.
The notorious safe-cracker Dom Hemmingway (Jude Law) is back on the streets after spending 12 years in prison. Dom sets off with his partner in crime Dickie (Richard E. Grant) in search of a long-awaited payday for keeping his mouth shut.
Teen Wolf | Season 4: The supernatural drama returns to the small screen for a fourth season, bringing back the all-star cast and adding several new faces.
After the devastating losses in season three, Scott, Stiles, Lydia and Kira are back for a new school semester, with even more nail-biting worries. Expect more dance parties, were-creatures of all shapes and sizes, killer cliffhangers and, of course, teenage angst.
X-Men: The Last Stand: The non-stop action and spectacular effects of the X-Men franchise continue in this epic, mutant action-adventure film. If that isn’t enough to get you excited, this film is our 99-cent rental of the week!
The mutants are faced with a life-changing dilemma: a controversial cure is discovered, allowing them the ability to give up their powers to become a mere mortal. Meanwhile, the usually peaceful mutant leader Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart) goes head-to-head with his enemy, Magneto (Ian McKellen), forcing the mutants to engage in a battle to end all battles.