Redbox, the kiosk disc rental service, will add 32 new DVD and Blu-ray movies in March, the company has announced.
The new titles will include Lady Bird (pictured above), the Oscar-nominated comedy which stars Saoirse Ronan as a quirky teenager who must contend with a dominating mother while also navigating her high school senior year.
Also notable in March: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (also nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture), which stars Frances McDormand (Fargo) as a grieving mother who cajoles the local sheriff to find her daughter’s murderer; and The Shape of Water (another Best Picture nominee), which stars Sally Hawkins as a mute woman who falls in love with a mysterious creature.
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.)
Here is the complete of new movies coming in March to Redbox kiosks.
Lady Bird ( DVD and Blu-ray)
Murder On the Orient Express (DVD and Blu-ray)
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri (DVD and Blu-ray)
Mom and Dad (DVD only)
Wonder Wheel (DVD only)
The Sandman (DVD only)
The Man Who Invented Christmas (DVD only)
Aliens Hate My Homework (DVD only)
Thor: Ragnarok (DVD and Blu-ray)
I, Tonya (DVD and Blu-ray)
The Disaster Artist (DVD and Blu-ray)
Children Of the Corn (DVD only)
Call Me By Your Name (DVD Only)
Lego Superheroes: The Flash
The Strange Ones (DVD only)
Knights of the Damned (DVD only)
The Shape of Water (DVD and Blu-ray)
Jumanji (DVD only)
DC Justice League (DVD only)
Pitch Perfect 3 (DVD and Blu-ray)
Ferdinand (DVD and Blu-ray)
Downsizing (DVD and Blu-ray)
Small Town Crime (DVD only)
Acts of Violence (DVD only)
The Clapper (DVD only)
The Executioners (DVD only)
Beast of Burden (DVD only)
Caged (DVD only)
Toy Gun (DVD only)
Scorched Earth (DVD only)
The Curse of the Mayans (DVD only)
Star Wars: The Last Jedi (DVD only)
— Phillip Swann