This week’s new cinema offerings consist of four main offerings including The Invisible Man and True History Of The Kelly Gang.
Let’s take a look at all of the movie trailers. So without further ado these are the cinema releases 28 February 2020 for the UK & USA.
What’s On: Cinema Releases 28 February 2020
Dark Waters (Drama, Thriller)
Released 28 February 2019 UK (12A) 127 Mins
- Distributor: eOne
- Directed by Todd Haynes
- Starring Mark Ruffalo; Anne Hathaway; Tim Robbins; William Jackson Harper; Bill Pullman; Victor Garber
Downhill (Comedy, Drama)
Released 28 February 2019 UK (15) 86 Mins
- Distributor: Walt Disney
- Directed by Jim Rash; Nat Faxon
- Starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus; Miranda Otto; Will Ferrell
The Invisible Man (Horror, Thriller)
Released 28 February 2019 UK/US (TBC/R) 110 Mins
- Distributor: Universal Pictures
- Directed by Leigh Whannell
- Starring Elisabeth Moss; Storm Reid
True History Of The Kelly Gang (Drama, Western)
Released 28 February 2019 UK (18) 125 Mins
- Distributor: Picturehouse Entertainment
- Directed by: Justin Kurzel
- Starring: George MacKay; Essie Davis; Nicholas Hoult; Orlando Schwerdt; Thomasin McKenzie; Sean Keenan
Recent/Upcoming Blu-ray/DVD Releases
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USA Only Releases
Emma (Comedy, Drama)
Released 28 February 2019 US (PG) 119 Mins
- Distributor: Focus Features
- Directed by Autumn de Wilde
- Starring Anya Taylor-Joy; Johnny Flynn; Bill Nighy; Mia Goth; Miranda Hart; Josh O’Connor; Callum Turner; Rupert Graves; Gemma Whelan; Amber Anderson; Tanya Reynolds; Connor Swindells
Final Thought – Cinema Releases 28 February 2020 & Box Office
If the film trailer is anything to go off then The Invisible Man (2020) looks rather lacklustre leaving True History Of The Kelly Gang as the only really interesting movie in cinemas around the UK this weekend.
Top 10 Box Office Films
USA Box Office (21 February 2020)
|1||(1)||Sonic The Hedgehog||Paramount||$26,192,294|
|2||New||The Call of the Wild||20th Century Fox||$24,791,624|
|3||(2)||Birds of Prey And The Fantabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn||Warner Bros||$6,802,003|
|4||(5)||Bad Boys For Life||Sony Pictures||$5,843,978|
|5||New||Brahms: The Boy II||STX Entertainment||$5,823,006|
|6||(3)||Fantasy Island||Sony Pictures||$4,270,479|
|9||(8)||Jumanji: The Next Level||Sony Pictires||$2,875,302|
UK Box Office (21 February 2020)
|1||(1)||Sonic The Hedgehog||Paramount||£4,171,244|
|4||New||The Call Of The Wild||Disney||£1,465,400|
|7||(5)||Birds Of Prey: And The Fantabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn||Warner Bros||£772,416|
|8||New||Like A Boss||Paramount||£520,059|
|9||New||Brahms: The Boy II||Entertainment||£506,773|
|10||(7)||Bad Boys For Life||Sony Pictures||£432,194|
UK Blu-ray/DVD Charts
Notable new entries on this week’s Blu-ray charts include
You can find all the new releases in the Blu-ray charts below.
Blu-ray Charts (23 February 2020)
DVD Charts (23 February 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 over on our social media. Twitter or Facebook are the best ways to contact us.
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