Justice League vs Teen Titans on BoxOffice.

This week on BoxOffice, we have a number of exciting new titles for you to enjoy. Check out which movies you can rent this week:


Justice League vs.Teen Titans
Evil looms as the powerful being, Trigon, pits the Justice League against the Teen Titans. With loyalties on the line and lives in the balance, only true teamwork will end the threat!

Starring: Rosario Dawson, Christopher Gorham and Shemar Moore
Fun film fact: This is the first appearance of the Teen Titans in the DC animation world.

Justice League vs. Teen Titans is currently available to rent on BoxOffice.


Capture the Flag
Space travel runs in Mike Goldwing's family: both his father and grandfather were astronauts. But the plucky 12-year-old's estranged grandfather, Frank, has lived a life isolated from his family after missing out on the chance to make history as a member of the Apollo XI crew. However, when Mike discovers that an eccentric billionaire plans to fly to the moon, claim its vast, valuable mineral resources and destroy the American flag planted by the Apollo XI astronauts, the countdown to a spectacular adventure begins!

Starring: Dani Rovira, Michelle Jenner and Carme Calvell
Fun film fact:  Spot the paradoy: Steve Gigs and Bill Gags are meant to be Steve Jobs and Bill Gates.

Capture the Flais currently available to rent on BoxOffice


The Great Gilly Hopkins
Gilly Hopkins has seen more than her fair share of foster homes. After being abandoned as a baby by her mother, Courtney, Gilly makes it her mission not to need anyone, especially her new foster mother, Mamie Trotter. In an effort to escape Trotter’s endlessly loving care, Gilly concocts a plan that she believes will bring her mother running to her rescue.

Starring: Sophie Nélisse, Kathy Bates and Glenn Close
Fun film fact: Danny Glover was originally cast to portray Mr. Randolph but due to schedule conflicts could not take up the role. 
The Great Gilly Hopkins will be available to rent from Friday 6 May on BoxOffice.

A young man's political awakening and coming of age during the days and weeks leading up to the Stonewall Riots.

Starring: Jeremy Irvine, Jonny Beauchamp and Jonathan Rhys Meyers
Fun film fact: Joey King and Roland Emmerich were both in White House Down.
Stonewall will be available to rent from Friday 6 May on BoxOffice. 

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