This week see’s two new horror films, or are they merely remakes? If you are looking for something other than horror then The Personal History Of David Copperfield is your comedy drama option. Let’s take a look in more details including their respective movie trailers. So without further ado here are the cinema releases 24 January 2020 for the UK & USA.
What’s On – Cinema Releases 24 January 2020
Paw Patrol: Ready, Race, Rescue (Animated Adventure)
Released 24 January 2019 UK (U) 48 Mins
- Distributor: Paramount
- Voiced by Anya Cooke; Isaac Heeks; Lukas Engel; Addison Holley; Kallan Holley
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The Grudge (Horror)
Released 24 January 2019 UK (15) 94 Mins
- Distributor: Sony Pictures
- Starring Andrea Riseborough; Betty Gilpin; John Cho
Recent/Upcoming Blu-ray/DVD Releases
The Personal History Of David Copperfield (Comedy Drama)
Released 24 January 2019 UK (PG) 119 Mins
- Distributor: Lionsgate
- Starring Tilda Swinton; Ben Whishaw; Dev Patel; Gwendoline Christie; Hugh Laurie; Aneurin Barnard
The Turning (Horror, Drama)
Released 24 January 2019 UK/USA (15/PG-13) 94 Mins
- Distributor: eOne/Universal
- Starring Mackenzie Davis; Finn Wolfhard; Brooklynn Prince; Mark Huberman; Karen Egan; Niall Greig Fulton
USA Only Releases
The Gentlemen (Action)
Released 24 January 2019 US (R) 113 Mins
- Distributor: STX Entertainment
- Starring Charlie Hunnam; Colin Farrell; Matthew McConaughey
The Last Full Measure (Drama)
Released 24 January 2019 US (R) 110 Mins
- Distributor: Roadside Attractions
- Starring Sebastian Stan; Christopher Plummer; William Hurt; Ed Harris; Samuel L. Jackson
Final Thought – Cinema Releases 24 January 2020 – & Box Office
There are two horror films landing in UK cinemas this week, The Grudge and The Turning. Which looks the best? We’re going to give The Turning a look first! Meanwhile The Personal History Of David Copperfield has been heavily promoted but does that mean it’s actually any good? We have our doubts but we will give it a go.
1917 comfortably holds of Bad Boys For Life at the UK box office taking around £6.2m compared to Bad Boys £3.78m.
Top 10 Box Office Films
USA Box Office (17 January 2020)
|1||New||Bad Boys For Life||Sony Pictures||$62,504,105|
|4||(3)||Jumanji: The Next Level||Sony Pictures||$9,700,343|
|5||(2)||Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker||Walt Disney||$8,289,048|
|6||(6)||Little Women||Sony Pictures||$6,362,558|
|7||(5)||Just Mercy||Warner Bros||$5,776,473|
|9||(4)||Like a Boss||Paramount Pictures||$4,040,410|
|10||(8)||Frozen II||Walt Disney||$3,812,658|
UK Box Office (17 January 2020)
|2||New||Bad Boys For Life||Sony Pictures||£3,781,233|
|3||(2)||Little Women||Sony Pictures||£1,480,139|
|5||(5)||Jumanji: The Next Level||Sony Pictures||£1,064,594|
|6||(3)||Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker||Disney||£901,078|
|9||New||Just Mercy||Warner Bros||£529,435|
UK Blu-ray/DVD Charts
Notable new entries on this week’s Blu-ray charts include IT Chapter Two & Rambo: Last Blood.
You can find all the new releases in the Blu-ray charts below.
Blu-ray Charts (19 January 2020)
DVD Charts (19 January 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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