This Week's New DVDs: June 5th 2017
T2 Trainspotting, Split and Jawbone are amongst this week's new DVD releases...
Sony Pictures Home Ent.
Renton, Sickboy, Begbie and Spud are back in the sequel to Danny Boyle's 1996 classic Trainspotting, which sees Renton return to Edinburgh 20 years after running out on his friends with the proceeds of a shady drug deal - and not everyone is pleased to see him.
M.Night Shyamalan's thriller stars James McAvoy as a man with a multiple-personality disorder and a dark secret.
The Space Between Us
Romance meets science-fiction in this film directed by Peter Chelsom about a boy born on Mars who travels for the first time and finds love. Starring Gary Oldman, Asa Butterfield, Carla Guggino and Britt Robertson.
Stephen Gaghan directs this crime adventure starring Matthew McConaughey, with a story loosely based on the 1993 Bre-X mining scandal in which a huge gold deposit is suddenly discovered in a mine deep in the Indonesian jungle. Also stars Edgar Ramirez, Bryce Dallas Howard and Craig T. Nelson.
My Name is Lenny
Ron Scalpello's biopic based on the life of infamous London hardman and bare-knuckle boxer Lenny McLean stars Josh Helman as "The Guv'nor" himself, alongside a cast that also includes John Hurt, Nick Moran and UFC star Michael Bisping.
The Works Film Group
This documentary from director Bert Marcus examines the lives and careers of three of Boxing's most legendary champions; Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield and Bernard Hopkins.
20th Century Fox Home Ent.
Rachel Weisz and Timothy Spall star in this historical drama directed Mick Jackson and following the true story of author Deborah Lipstadt in her court battle against David Irving, who sued her for libel when she critiscised his writing for promoting Holocaust denial.
Kaleidoscope Home Ent.
Alice Lowe directs this British black comedy about a pregnant woman who, believing she is being guided by her unborn child, goes on a murderous rampage. Starring Gemma Whelan, Kayvan Novak, Kate Dickie and Tom Davis.
The first season of the Swedish crime drama starring Leïla Bekhti, Gustaf Hammarsten and Albin Grenholm arrives in stores today.