'Now You See Me 2' Reappears Onto DVD and Blu-ray

'Now You See Me 2' Reappears Onto DVD and Blu-ray

By Robert Dougherty Sep 06, 2016 09:42 AM
Photo Credit: Summit Entertainment/ TriStar Pictures

As the summer movie season magically changes to fall although it is still technically summer, summer films like Now You See Me 2 are now making their way to DVD/Blu-ray. Now You See Me 2 was one of many sequels in the last few months, making it a little easy to get lost in the shuffle.

At the least, it is the only sequel out on DVD and Blu-ray on Sept. 6, but it is far from the only movie. The week's new releases also includes money monsters, intense darkness, meddlers, equals and more.

Now You See Me 2

Summit Entertainment

The magical Four Horseman are back for another elaborate series of tricks/heists against corrupt targets, although former enemies Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine are joined by new foe Daniel Radcliffe to try and make the trick on them.

Money Monster

TriStar Pictures

A failed stock tip from TV personality George Clooney drives a broke and desperate man to take him and his entire crew hostage, leaving producer Julia Roberts to try and defuse the situation. However, crimes that go beyond hostage taking and poor business advice start to get uncovered in the process.

The Darkness

Universal Pictures

The Grand Canyon turns out to be home to supernatural forces, which a young boy brings back home with him to the horror of dad Kevin Bacon and the rest of the family.

Love & Friendship

Roadside Attractions

One of the most acclaimed films of the year has Kate Beckinsale in an adaptation of one of Jane Austin's famed stories, about a woman who schemes her way into securing marriage for her and her daughter's future.

A Bigger Splash

Fox Searchlight Pictures

Tilda Swinton is a recuperating rock star whose vacation with her boyfriend is shaken up by a visit from old friend Ralph Fiennes, as well as his daughter Dakota Johnson.

The Meddler

Sony Pictures Classics

Susan Sarandon is the ultimate meddling mother and widow, who moves from New York to Los Angeles to be around daughter Rose Byrne more, but eventually notices other people like J.K. Simmons as well.



In the latest example of a dystopian future where love is forbidden, Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult are the ones to somehow find love in a world where all human emotions were supposed to have been destroyed.


Summit Entertainment

Jude Law is famed Southern author Thomas Wolfe, who calls upon editor and publisher Colin Firth to review his latest genius manuscripts.


RLJ Entertainment

The controversy over Zoe Saldana being made up to play legendary singer Nina Simone can now be examined on DVD and Blu-ray, along with the movie and performance itself.

Tags: Now You See Me 2 (2016), Money Monster (2016), The Darkness (2016), Love & Friendship (2016), A Bigger Splash (2016), The Meddler (2016), Equals (2016)
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