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Redbox to Add 35 New Titles In September, Including Wonder Woman

Redbox, the kiosk disc rental service, will add 35 new DVD and Blu-ray movies in September, the company has announced.

The new titles will include the box office hit, Wonder Woman, starring Gal Gadot in the title role; Transformers: The Last Knight, the latest installment in the action-adventure series; and Little Big Lies, the HBO original drama starring Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon.

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Redbox, which is available in more than 40,000 locations across the United States, charges $1.50 per night for a DVD rental and $2 a night for a Blu-ray rental.  If you want to find a Redbox near you, click here.

(Note: Not all titles will be available at each Redbox kiosk; check your local Redbox for availability.)

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Here is the complete of new movies coming next month to Redbox kiosks.

September 5
All Eyez On Me, Movie on DVD, Drama

All Eyez On Me (Blu-ray and DVD)
Rough Night (Blu-ray and DVD)
Megan Leavey (Blu-ray and DVD)
Raw (DVD)
First Kill (DVD)

The Last Face (DVD)
Security (DVD)
Chronically Metropolitan (DVD)
Atomica (DVD)
The Atoning (DVD)

September 12
It Comes at Night (Blu-ray and DVD)
The Case For Christ (DVD)
The Hatred (DVD)
Dead Again In Tombstone (DVD)
Beatriz at Dinner (DVD)

Drone Wars (DVD)
Battle Scars (DVD)
200 Degrees (DVD)

September 19
Captain Underpants (Blu-ray and DVD)

The Big Sick, Movie on DVD, Comedy Movies, Romance

The Big Sick (Blu-ray and DVD)
The Hero (Blu-ray and DVD)
Cartels (DVD)
Big Little Lies (DVD)

Top Cat Begins (DVD)
Recall (DVD)
The Night Before (DVD)
The Attic (DVD)
Afterdeath (DVD)
Besetment (DVD)

September 26
Wonder Woman, Movie on DVD, Action Movies, Adventure Movies, Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Wonder Woman (Blu-ray and DVD)
Transformers: The Last Knight (Blu-ray and DVD)
47 Meters Down (Blu-ray and DVD)
Girl in the Box (DVD)
Mune (DVD)
Grow House (DVD)

— Phillip Swann

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