Cinema Releases 22 March 2019: A Bad Week?

This week is a little sparse on big releases with many still waiting for Captain Marvel to quieten down but that give three smaller films a chance to shine as they hit UK cinemas. One of those is directed by and starring Ralph Fiennes, it’s a drama called The White Crow. If you prefer the horror genre then maybe Us will be more to your liking. In any case it’s time to take a closer a look at what’s on offer this week in movieland, here are the cinema releases 22 March 2019 for the United Kingdom & USA.

Cinema Releases 22 March 2019

The White Crow (Drama)

Released 22nd March 2019 UK (12A) 127 Mins

  • Distributor: Studiocanal
  • Directed by Ralph Fiennes
  • Starring Oleg Ivenko; Ralph Fiennes; Louis Hofmann

Based on the true story of legendary dancer Rudolf Nureyev.

Five Feet Apart (Comedy, Drama)

Released 22nd March 2019 UK (12A) 116 Mins

  • Distributor: Vertigo
  • Directed by Justin Baldoni
  • Starring Haley Lu Richardson; Cole Sprouse; Claire Forlani; Parminder Nagra; Moises Arias; Ivy Dubreuil

Seventeen-year-old Stella Grant spends much of her time living in a hospital as a cystic fibrosis patient. However her life is about to change when she strikes up a friendship with fellow patient Will Newman.

Us (Horror)

Released 22nd March 2019 UK/US (15) 116 Mins

  • Distributor: Universal Pictures
  • Directed by Jordan Peele
  • Starring Lupita Nyong’o; Winston Duke; Shahadi Wright Joseph;
  • Evan Alex; Elisabeth Moss; Tim Heidecker; Cali Sheldon; Noelle Sheldon

A woman returns to her childhood home along with her husband two children for a summer getaway. However she is still haunted by an unexplainable and unresolved trauma from her past. As her anxiety grows she begins to have a feeling that something terrible is about to happen to her family.

Top 10 Box Office Films (15 March 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

1(1)Captain MarvelWalt Disney$67,988,130
2NewWonder ParkParamount Pictures$15,853,646
3NewFive Feet ApartLionsgate$13,190,286
4(2)How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden WorldUniversal$9,277,310
5(3)Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family FuneralLionsgate$7,836,167
6NewNo Manches Frida 2Lionsgate$3,831,401
7NewCaptive StateFocus Features$3,131,525
8(4)The LEGO Movie 2: The Second PartWarner Bros$2,150,853
9(5)Alita: Battle Angel20th Century Fox$1,900,355
10(6)Green BookUniversal$1,258,795

UK Box Office

1(1)Captain MarvelDisney£6,643,217
2NewFisherman's FriendsEntertainment£1,154,865
3NewWhat Men WantParamount£836,612
4(3)The LEGO Movie 2Warner Bros£643,624
5(2)Fighting With My FamilyLionsgate£632,598
6(5)How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden WorldUniversal£530,499
7(4)Instant FamilyParamount£467,902
8(6)Green BookeOne Films£351,502
9NewMisz Masz Czyli Kogel Mogel 4Magnetes£167,935
10(8)The Kid Who Would be King20th Century Fox£108,728
NewThe ProdigyVertigo£96,905
NewBen Is BackSTX Entertainment£82,204

UK Blu-ray/DVD Charts 17 March 2019

Blu-ray Charts

PosLWFilmBuy FromDistributor
1NewBohemian RhapsodyAmazon20th Century Fox
3NewThe GrinchAmazonUniversal Pictures
4(2)A Star Is BornAmazonWarner Bros
5(4)Avengers - Infinity WarAmazonMarvel
6NewThe Nutcracker and the Four RealmsAmazonWalt Disney
7(3)VenomAmazonSony Pictures
8(7)Black PantherAmazonMarvel
9(9)Thor - RagnarokAmazonMarvel
10(33)Solo: A Star Wars StoryAmazonWalt Disney
11NewFree SoloAmazonDogwoof
12(8)First ManAmazonUniversal Pictures
13(5)Halloween (2018)AmazonUniversal Pictures
14(6)Hunter KillerAmazonLionsgate
15(45)Incredibles 2AmazonWalt Disney
16(14)Ant-Man And The WaspAmazonMarvel
17(15)Guardians of the Galaxy - Vol 2AmazonMarvel
18NewSlaughterhouse RulezAmazonSony Pictures
19(11)Johnny English Strikes AgainAmazonUniversal Pictures
20(82)Star Wars: The Last JediAmazonWalt Disney
21(12)The PredatorAmazon20th Century Fox
22NewPeterlooAmazon20th Century Fox
23(17)Doctor StrangeAmazonMarvel
24(16)The Greatest ShowmanAmazon20th Century Fox
25Re:CocoWalt Disney
26(63)Christopher RobinAmazonWalt Disney
27(21)Spider-Man HomecomingAmazonSony Pictures
28(19)The House With A Clock In Its WallsAmazonEntertainment One
29(27)Captain America: Civil WarAmazonMarvel
30(20)The MegAmazonWarner Bros
32(23)Mission Impossible - FalloutAmazonParamount
36NewSink The Bismarck! (1960)AmazonEureka Entertainment
67NewKolobos (1999)AmazonArrow Video
95NewThe Smallest Show on Earth (1957)AmazonNetwork

DVD Charts

PosLWFilmBuy FromDistributor
1(1)Bohemian RhapsodyAmazon20th Century Fox
2NewThe GrinchAmazonUniversal Pictures
3(2)A Star Is BornAmazonWarner Bros
4NewThe Nutcracker And The Four RealmsAmazonWalt Disney
5(43)Christopher RobinAmazonWalt Disney
6NewPeterlooAmazon20th Century Fox
7(3)Johnny English Strikes AgainAmazonUniversal Pictures
8(4)VenomAmazonSony Pictures
9(7)The Greatest ShowmanAmazon20th Century Fox
10(59)Incredibles 2AmazonWalt Disney
12(12)Mamma Mia - Here We Go AgainAmazonUniversal Pictures
13(5)Hunter KillerAmazonLionsgate
14(14)Avengers - Infinity WarAmazonMarvel
15(6)Halloween (2018)AmazonUniversal Pictures
16(9)First ManAmazonUniversal Pictures
17(15)Black PantherAmazonMarvel
18(11)The House With A Clock In Its WallsAmazonEntertainment One
19(8)SmallfootAmazonWarner Bros
20(92)MoanaAmazonWalt Disney
21Re:CocoWalt Disney
22Re:DumboWalt Disney
23NewFree SoloAmazonDogwoof
24(18)Hotel Transylvania 3AmazonSony Pictures
25(17)The MegAmazonWarner Bros
26(24)Thor RagnarokAmazonMarvel
27(13)Goosebumps 2AmazonSony Pictures
28Re:The Lion KingWalt Disney
29NewSlaughterhouse RulezAmazonSony Pictures
30(21)King Of ThievesAmazonStudiocanal
41NewInstrument of WarAmazonHigh Fliers Films
43(64)Mission: Impossible - FalloutAmazonParamount
51New2020 DoomsdayAmazonTake Five Digital
99NewAgatha Christie: ABC MurdersAmazonUniversal Pictures

Final Thought – Cinema Releases 22 March 2019 & Box Office Charts

It’s a pretty poor week at the cinema this week with none of the three UK release impressing any of us, that said no doubt Five Feet Apart will strike a chord with many. Meanwhile Captain Marvel continues to dominate at the box office on both sides of the Atlantic.

Next week see the return of a Disney classic with the new Tim Burton Dumbo film.

As you can see we’ve added in the UK Blu-ray and DVD charts covering all of the top 30 plus all the new releases from the top 100.

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