Cinema Releases 15 February 2019 – Happy Death Day 2U

Horror slasher film Happy Death Day 2U, sequel to the 2017 movie Happy Death Day, hits cinemas on both sides of the Atlantic this week. The UK has a further four new releases including family film, The Kid Who Would Be King. It’s time to take a look at the movie trailers; here are the cinema releases for the 15 February 2019 in the UK & America.

Cinema Releases 15 February 2019 - Happy Death Day 2U

 

 


Cinema Releases 15 February 2019

A Private War (War, Drama)

Released 15th February 2019 UK (15) 110 Mins

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Happy Death Day 2U (Horror)

Released 15th Feb 2019 UK/US (15/PG-13) 100 Mins

 


If Beale Street Could Talk (Drama)

Released 15th February 2019 UK (15) 119 Mins
  • Distributor: eOne
  • Starring KiKi Layne; Stephan James; Regina King;
  • Colman Domingo; Teyonah Parris; Michael Beach

 


Instant Family (Comedy, Drama)

Released 15th February 2019 UK (12A) 118 Mins
  • Distributor: Paramount
  • Starring Mark Wahlberg; Rose Byrne; Isabela Moner;
  • Iliza Shlesinger; Octavia Spencer; Eve Harlow

 


The Kid Who Would Be King (Adventure)

Released 15th February 2019 UK (PG) 120 Mins
  • Distributor: 20th Century Fox
  • Starring Louis Ashbourne Serkis; Dean Chaumoo; Tom Taylor;
  • hianna Dorris; Angus Imrie; Patrick Stewart; Rebecca Ferguson

 


USA Only: Cinema Releases 15 February 2019

Alita: Battle Angel (Action, Adventure)

Released 14th February 2019 US (PG-13) 122 Mins
  • Distributor: 20th Century Fox
  • Starring Rosa Salazar; Christoph Waltz; Jennifer Connelly;
  • Mahershala Ali; Ed Skrein; Jackie Earle Haley; Keean Johnson

 


Isn’t it Romantic (Romantic Comedy)

Released 14th February 2019 US (PG-13) TBC Mins
  • Distributor: Warner Bros
  • Starring Rebel Wilson; Liam Hemsworth; Adam DeVine; Priyanka Chopra

 


Top 10 Box Office Films (8 Feb 2019)

What movies/films have we all been watching over the last week, time to find out as we take a look at the Top 10 Box Office Films in both the US and UK.

US Box Office

  MovieDistributorGross
1NewThe LEGO Movie 2: The Second PartWarner Bros$34,115,335
2NewWhat Men WantParamount Pictures$18,232,087
3NewCold PursuitLionsgate$11,030,233
4(2)The UpsideSTX Entertainment$7,082,763
5(1)GlassUniversal$6,279,655
6NewThe ProdigyOrion Pictures$5,853,061
7(6)Green BookUniversal$3,443,975
8(4)AquamanWarner Bros$3,201,653
9(5)Spider-Man: Into The Spider-VerseSony Pictures$3,043,626
10(3)Miss BalaSony Pictures$2,745,129

 


UK Box Office

  MovieDistributorGross
1NewThe LEGO Movie 2Warner Bros£4,016,730
2NewAlita: Battle Angel20th Century Fox£3,198,180
3(1)How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden WorldUniversal£2,750,729
4(2)Green BookeOne Films£1,070,922
5(3)GlassDisney£560,579
6(5)Mary, Queen of ScotsUniversal£526,167
7(4)Escape RoomSony Pictures£441,358
8(6)ViceeOne Films£330,197
9(7)Mary Poppins ReturnsDisney£275,315
10NewAll is TrueSony Pictures£266,767
Other
12NewIf Beale Street Could TalkeOne Films£252,462

 


Final Thought – Cinema Releases 15 February 2019 & Box Office

It’s no surprise to see a sequel to the hugely successful horror movie Happy Death Day (2017) so soon. That’s because the first film took around $125.5 million at the box office with the budget a mere $4.8 million. It will be interesting to see if audiences are ready for Happy Death Day 2U especially as the budget has supposedly been increased to $9 million so it has to be an even better film right?

Box Office

The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part enters at number one at the box office in both the UK and USA. However the first film took around $470 at over the course of its release. The sequel seems off to a slow start with only £4m and $34m at the respective box offices.

Meanwhile the James Cameron produced / Robert Rodriguez directed cyberpunk action film, Alita: Battle Angel enters at two in the UK film charts managing £3.2m. Liam Neeson’s action thriller Cold Pursuit manages to hit its box office earnings target despite the storm caused by the actors comment prior to the film’s release in America. It lands in UK cinemas next week and I expect it to perform reasonably well over here to.

That concludes are Cinema Releases 15 February 2019 feature, check back every Thursday for all the new releases along with their movie trailers.

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