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Dolittle, The Informer And More for Rent on DStv Box Office

Follow @eventlabgh < It’s the weekend, like an actual weekend, after a slightly busy week, with the lockdown gradually easing...

By Eventlabgh , in Celebrity Entertainment News , at May 9, 2020


It’s the weekend, like an actual weekend, after a slightly busy week, with the lockdown gradually easing off. Let’s assume you have watched everything on DStv (which is not possible, by the way), so you want something new and different. You know the contents from the back of your hand, but I can bet you have not seen what’s on offer this week on DStv BoxOffice.

It’s OK, we forgive you and it’s our pleasure to keep you updated, so here is what you don’t want to miss this weekend.
ONWARD is a heartfelt magical animated adventure. Two very different elven brothers will embark on a great quest to bring their late father back for one day. Get your tissues ready; it will come in handy.

DOLITTLE features Robert Downey Jr and this is a remake of the iconic movie of the man that talks to animals. A physician who can talk to animals embarks on an adventure to find a legendary island. Also featuring is Antonio Banderas.

THE INFORMER is a pulsating, nail-biting crime thriller led by Joel Kinnaman. An ex-convict who is working undercover and intentionally gets himself incarcerated again so he can infiltrate the mob at a maximum-security prison.

DANIEL ISNT REAL, a mind-bending frightening horror. After suffering a violent family trauma, a troubled college student resurrects his charismatic childhood imaginary friend Daniel to help him cope, not realizing how dangerous Daniel is.
This weekend is going to be lit with action-packed, emotional and pulsating movies on DStv Box Office.

Visit to discover how to effortlessly rent the hottest movies at home or on the move, for enhanced viewing pleasure. BoxOffice on the PVR is available to DStv Premium, Compact Plus and Compact customers.

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