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The Paperboy

On Blu-ray, DVD and download to rent from July 29th 

(download to own from 22nd July)

Matthew McConaughey, Nicole Kidman and Zac Efron star in acclaimed thriller THE PAPERBOY. Out to rent and own on DVD and Blu-ray from July 29th THE PAPERBOY is a gritty but sexy drama from Oscar-nominated director Lee Daniels (Precious).

THE PAPERBOY is the story of two brothers: Ward (McConaughey, Magic Mike), a successful reporter and Jack (Efron, The Lucky One), a college dropout. Ward returns to his hometown to investigate the case of a wrongly convicted, but deeply unsavory man, who has been sentenced to death for murdering a sheriff.  As the brothers dig deeper, it becomes clear that they are on a journey filled with lust and betrayal.

THE PAPERBOY features an extraordinary performance from Kidman (Stoker) as the convict’s wayward fiancée and also stars John Cusack, (Grosse Point Blank), David Oyelowo, (Lincoln) and Macy Gray (For Colored Girls).


Released:                   29th July 2013
RRP:                                     £17.99 (DVD), £21.99 (BD)
Certificate:                    15 (UK) 18 (Ireland)
Features:                   The Making of The Paperboy & Interviews

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