New in Entertainment: June 6

If you like variety, you're sure to like this week's home entertainment choices!

Emma Watson headlines this week’s New in Entertainment, starring in the live-action version of Disney’s classic tale of Beauty and the Beast. The fairytale musical revolves around a monstrous-looking prince who must get a girl to break a spell by falling in love with him.

The Last Word stars Shirley MacClaine as a business tycoon who wants her obituary written by a young journalist so she can okay it before she dies.

Golden Globe winner Sigourney Weaver and Michelle Rodriguez star in The Assignment, a story about a surgeon who transforms her brother’s killer into a woman to settle the score.

David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike star in United Kingdom, a film based on the true events surrounding the biracial relationship between the king of Botswana, Sertse Khama, and London office worker Ruth Williams.

In the psychological thriller A Cure for Wellness, a young executive heads to the Swiss Alps to pick up his company’s CEO at a wellness center where he checked in, but never checked out. He finds the place is not what it seems.

A workaholic father is forced to bond with his daughter’s ex-boyfriend when they spend a day and night looking for her after she goes missing in All Nighter.

The hip-hop drama Juice – starring late rapper Tupac Shakur and Omar Epps – celebrates its twenty-fifth anniversary with a special edition Blu-ray, which features brand new interviews with the cast and crew, never-before-seen footage of the cast on set and vintage interviews with Shakur.

The Ace Venture Collection includes both Pet Detective and When Nature Calls.

For TV fans comes HBO’s The Young Pope, seasons one and two of Kingdom and Becker: The Complete Series.

Final albums available for music fans come from the late Chuck Berry with Chuck and country singer-songwriter Glenn Campbell’s final record, called Adios. There is also more new music available: pop singer Katy Perry drops her fifth record, Witness; Lady Antebellum unleashes HeartbreakFeed the Machine comes from Nickelback; and Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie release their self-titled album.

And for gamers, Randall, Dark Rose Valkyrie and Wipeout: Omega Collection are all available on PS4. Xbox One delivers Dirt 4, The Town of Light and Perception. And on Switch comes Gonner.

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