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Overlord, Creed II and The Crimes of Grindelwald coming to Rakuten TV in March!

We continue our monthly look at Rakuten TV for March and even though it’s a few weeks away, they’ll have even more top titles to keep 2019 ticking over nicely. You can find the best in filmed entertainment with just the click of a button on your Smart TV!

Don’t miss Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law and Johnny Depp form part of the incredible ensemble cast in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald as new threats divide the wizarding world. Michael B. Jordan delivers a heavyweight blow in Creed II, while Taron Egerton and his merry men star in the thrilling action-adventure Robin Hood. And, prepare for the unexpected in J.J. Abrams twisted thriller Overlord.

There’s also Benedict Cumberbatch as he voices the mean, green villain who steals holiday cheer in The Grinch and scroll down for a full rundown of when to expect them, and watch the trailer:


1st March

The Grinch, in 4K HDR

4th March

Overlord, in 4K HDR

9th March

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, in 4K HDR

16th March

Robin Hood, in 4K HDR

16th March

The Girl in the Spider’s Web, in 4K HDR

18th March

Assassination Nation, in 4K HDR

25th March

Ralph Breaks the Internet

25th March

Creed II

29th March

Steel Country

Just search for Rakuten on your Smart TV and find out more about the releases herehttps://uk.rakuten.tv


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