Buzz, Film

Today, premium Video-On-Demand platform Rakuten TV are excited to announce the release of their latest titles for July.

Rakuten TV’s “CINEMA” selection features a number of exciting new films including the Box Office smash hit, The Lost City. With a star studded cast of Sandra Bullock, Channing Tatum, Daniel Radcliffe and Brad Pitt, the adventure-comedy will be available on Rakuten TV from 29th June.

Also heading to Rakuten TV in July is the charming British Comedy, The Phantom of the Open. Academy Award winning Mark Rylance plays the legendary Maurice Flitcroft, the man who gained a cult hero status after playing the worst round of golf in history at the British Open in 1976.

Audiences will also be treated to A24’s latest and biggest film to date, Everything Everywhere All At Once, starring Michelle Yeoh. The surreal action comedy sees Yeoh get swept up in a fantastical and often bizarre adventure where she explores other lives she could have lived across multiple realities.

Additional releases include Blacklight with Liam Neeson, Monstrous starring Christina Ricci as well as Queenpins (Comedy), Pleasure (Drama), Rabbit Academy (Family), My Sweet Monster (Family) and Executive Order (Dystopian Drama).

Rakuten TV will also be releasing for free on their AVOD section; Distorted (Christina Ricci and John Cusack), Sky (Diane Kruger and Norman Reedus), I Think We’re Alone Now (Peter Dinklage and Elle Faning), Incoming (Scott Adkins), People I Know (Al Pacino and Kim Basinger) as well as Predestination and Anarchy: Ride or Die, both starring Ethan Hawke.

In SVOD, Rakuten will be releasing The Girl from Plainville a gripping drama based on true events starring Dakota Faning.

For this month’s promo, to celebrate the theatrical release of Minions 2, Rakuten TV will be offering its members titles from the Despicable Me film series from only £4.99.