We don’t know if Blake Shelton has seen “2016: Obama’s America” yet, but a lot of people have, despite curious reports of missing theater listings. The film, based on a bestselling book by President Barack Obama’s brother’s keeper Dinesh D’Souza, placed 13th in the box office race last weekend despite playing on only 169 screens. (The release expands to 700 theaters this weekend.)

Reliable critics say “2016” is fun for the entire “Voice” family.

Tell Adam Levine it’s all about Obama’s second term and he’ll beg to come along.