Let’s take a look at all of this week’s new releases arriving at a cinema near you. Vin Diesel’s Bloodshot is probably the week’s big release. So without further ado these are the cinema releases 13 March 2020 for the UK & USA.
What’s On – Cinema Releases 13 March 2020
Released 13 March 2019 UK/USA (12A/PG-13) 109 Mins
- Distributor: Sony Pictures
- Directed by Dave Wilson
- Starring Eiza González; Guy Pearce; Vin Diesel
Available Now On Blu-ray/DVD
Released 13 March 2019 UK (12A) 113 Mins
- Distributor: Walt Disney
- Directed by Philippa Lowthorpe
- Starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw; Keira Knightley; Keeley Hawes; Jessie Buckley; Suki Waterhouse; Rhys Ifans
Available Now On Blu-ray
My Spy (Action Comedy)
Released 13 March 2019 UK (12A) 99 Mins
- Distributor: STX
- Directed by Peter Segal
- Starring Chloe Coleman; Dave Bautista; Kristen Schaal
The Hunt (Action Horror)
Released 13 March 2019 UK/USA (15/R) 90 Mins
- Distributor: Universal Pictures
- Directed by Craig Zobel
- Starring Betty Gilpin; Emma Roberts; Hilary Swank
USA Only Releases
I Still Believe (Drama)
Released 13 March 2019 USA (PG) 115 Mins
- Distributor: Lionsgate
- Directed by Jon Erwin / Andrew Erwin
- Starring KJ Apa; Britt Robertson; Melissa Roxburgh; Nathan Dean; Shania Twain; Gary Sinise
Final Thought – Cinema Releases 13 March 2020 & Box Office
The coronavirus continues to distrupt upcoming cinema releases with Fast and Furious 9 and Peter Rabbit 2 both having their release dates pushed back. You can expect plenty more of this year’s so called blockbusters to follow suit. Currently Wonder Woman 1984 is still on course for a June 2020 release with an official tweet saying “See you in ‘84!” dated Friday 13th 2020.
Meanwhile Disney’s Onward tops both the UK and US box office charts.
Top 10 Box Office Films
USA Box Office (6 March 2020)
|2||(1)||The Invisible Man||Universal||$15,132,340|
|3||New||The Way Back||Warner Bros||$8,170,315|
|4||(2)||Sonic The Hedgehog||Paramount||$7,704,067|
|5||(3)||The Call of the Wild||20th Century Fox||$6,762,405|
|7||(5)||Bad Boys For Life||Sony Pictures||$3,022,087|
|8||(6)||Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)||Warner Bros||$2,137,794|
|9||(7)||Impractical Jokers: The Movie||truTV||$1,845,000|
|10||(4)||My Hero Academia||FUNimation||$1,704,205|
UK Box Office (6 March 2020)
|2||(1)||The Invisible Man||Universal||£1,538,985|
|4||(2)||Sonic The Hedgehog||Paramount||£951,104|
|6||(4)||Dark Waters||eOne Films||£499,276|
|7||New||Blumhouse's Fantasy Island||Sony Pictures||£392,857|
|9||New||Riverdance 25th Anniversary Show||More2Screen||£313,001|
UK Blu-ray/DVD Charts
Notable new entries on this week’s Blu-ray charts include Terminator: Dark Fate.
You can find all the new releases in the Blu-ray charts below.
Blu-ray Charts (8 March 2020)
DVD Charts (8 March 2020)
That concludes our look at all of the new releases appearing in a cinema near you this weekend. Please let us know what film you went to see either in the comments section below or over on our social media. Twitter or Facebook are the best ways to contact us.
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