Cinema Releases 26 October 2018: Bohemian Rhapsody

If you are in the UK and happen to be a Queen fan the rock group that is, then the music drama Bohemian Rhapsody may well be what you are looking for.

Meanwhile Johnny English Strikes Again lands in the States. Right let’s take a look at all of the new releases this week; these are the cinema releases for the 26 October 2018 in the UK & America.

Cinema Releases 26 October 2018

Bohemian Rhapsody (Music, Drama)

Released 26th October 2018 UK (12A) 134 Mins

  • Distributor: 20th Century Fox
  • Starring Rami Malek; Lucy Boynton; Gwilym Lee; Ben Hardy;
  • Joseph Mazzello; Aidan Gillen; Allen Leach; Tom Hollander; Mike Myers

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The Hate U Give (Drama)

Released 26th October 2018 UK (12A) 133 Mins

  • Distributor: 20th Century Fox
  • Starring Amandla Stenberg; Russell Hornsby; Algee Smith;
  • Anthony Mackie; Regina Hall; K.J. Apa

Hunter Killer (Drama, Thriller)

Released 26th October 2018 US (R) 122 Mins

  • Distributor: Lionsgate UK
  • Starring Gerard Butler; Gary Oldman; Common; Toby Stephens; Zane Holtz

Indivisible (Drama)

Released 26th October 2018 US (PG-13) TBC Mins

  • Distributor: Pure Flix Entertainment
  • Starring Justin Bruening; Sarah Drew; Jason George; T
  • ia Mowry-Hardrict; Skye P. Marshall

Johnny English Strikes Again (Action, Comedy)

Released 26th October 2018 US (PG) 88 Mins

  • Distributor: Focus Features
  • Starring Rowan Atkinson; Ben Miller;
  • Olga Kurylenko; Emma Thompson; Jake Lacy

Beetlejuice (30th Anniversary) (Comedy)

Released 26th October 2018 UK (12A) 92 Mins

  • Distributor: Warner Bros
  • Starring Michael Keaton; Geena Davis; Alec Baldwin
  • Jeffrey Jones; Sylvia Sidney; Winona Ryde

So what film will you be watching at the cinema this week?

Top 10 Box Office Films

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.


2(2)A Star is BornWarner Bros$19,051,082
3(1)VenomSony Pictures$18,043,887
4(4)Goosebumps 2: Haunted HalloweenSony Pictures$9,721,173
5(3)First ManUniversal$8,327,135
6(9)The Hate U Give20th Century Fox$7,602,108
7(5)SmallfootWarner Bros$6,576,876
8(6)Night SchoolUniversal$4,892,515
9(7)Bad Times at the El Royale20th Century Fox$3,420,067
10(15)The Old Man and the GunFox Searchlight$2,134,481


1(1)A Star is BornWarner Bros£2,883,000
3NewGoosebumps 2: Haunted HalloweenSony Pictures£2,119,165
4(3)Johnny English Strikes AgainUniversal£1,681,394
5(2)VenomSony Pictures£1,568,433
6(5)SmallfootWarner Bros£1,427,000
7(4)First ManUniversal£1,324,867
8NewHunter KillerLionsgate£368,082
9NewSamson Et Dalila - Met Opera 2018 (Opera)Trafalgar£176,889
10(9)The House with a Clock in its WallseOne Films£175,353

Final Thought – Cinema Releases 26 October 2018

The Queen film is clearly the big release in the UK this week although whether it’s any good remains to be seen and we have are doubts.

However our pick of the films is an old one as Beetlejuice (1988) 30th Anniversary starring Michael Keaton, Geena Davis & Alec Baldwin hits selected cinemas in the United Kingdom this weekend.