Cinema Releases 29 March 2019: Tim Burton’s Dumbo Fails To Fly?

The UK is treated to several new film releases this week but only one is certain to be the one everyone’s talking about. Yes Tim Burton and Disney’s Dumbo hits cinemas on both sides of the Atlantic. However most of the film critics don’t seem too impressed with it but that certainly doesn’t mean audiences will agree. Let’s take a look at the rest of this week’s new releases including movie trailers, so without further ado here are the cinema releases 29 March 2019 for the United Kingdom & USA.

Cinema Releases 29 March 2019 Dumbo

Cinema Releases 29 March 2019

Dumbo (Family)

Released 29th March 2019 UK/US (TBC/PG) 112 Mins
  • Distributor: Walt Disney
  • Starring Danny DeVito; Colin Farrell; Nico Parker;
  • Finley Hobbins; Michael Keaton; Eva Green

Director Tim Burton comes together with Disney to re-imagine one the most beloved classic stories, Dumbo.

 


Eaten By Lions (Comedy, Drama)

Released 29th March 2019 UK (12A) 95 Mins
  • Distributor: Munro Film Services
  • Starring Antonio Aakeel; Jack Carroll; Asim Chaudhry;
  • Johnny Vegas; Vicki Pepperdine; Kevin Eldon

 


Lords Of Chaos (Horror, Thriller)

Released 29th March 2019 UK (18) 117 Mins
  • Distributor: Arrow Films
  • Starring Rory Culkin; Emory Cohen; Jon Øigarden;
  • Jack Kilmer; Sky Ferreira; Valter Skarsgård

 


Out Of Blue (Drama)

Released 29th March 2019 UK (15) 109 Mins
  • Distributor: Picturehouse Entertainment
  • Starring Mamie Gummer; Patricia Clarkson; James Caan;
  • Jacki Weaver; Aaron Tveit; Toby Jones

 


The Vanishing (Drama, Thriller)

Released 29th March 2019 UK (15) 105 Mins
  • Distributor: Lionsgate UK
  • Starring Gerard Butler; Peter Mullan; Connor Swindells;
  • Søren Malling; Ólafur Darri Ólafsson; Gary Lewis

 


US Only Releases

Hotel Mumbai (Thriller)

Released 29th March 2019 US (R) 125 Mins
  • Distributor: Bleecker Street
  • Starring Dev Patel; Armie Hammer; Nazanin Boniadi;
  • Tilda Cobham-Hervey; Anupam Kher; Jason Isaacs

 


The Beach Bum (Comedy)

Released 29th March 2019 US (R) 95 Mins
  • Distributor: Neon
  • Starring Matthew McConaughey; Snoop Dogg; Isla Fisher; Jimmy Buffett; Zac Efron; Martin Lawrence; Jonah Hill
  • Trailer Contains Strong Language

 


Top 10 Box Office Films (22 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

PosLWMovieDistributorGross
1NewUsUniversal$71,117,625
2(1)Captain MarvelWalt Disney$34,271,793
3(2)Wonder ParkParamount Pictures$8,761,117
4(3)Five Feet ApartLionsgate$8,547,539
5(4)How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden WorldUniversal$6,520,065
6(5)Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family FuneralLionsgate$4,402,750
7(6)No Manches Frida 2Lionsgate$1,770,786
8(18)Gloria BellA24$1,650,215
9(8)The LEGO Movie 2: The Second PartWarner Bros$1,161,098
10(9)Alita: Battle Angel20th Century Fox$1,081,328

 


UK Box Office

PosLWMovieDistributorGross
1(1)Captain MarvelDisney£3,378,583
2NewUsUniversal£2,766,839
3(2)Fisherman's FriendsEntertainment£972,996
4(3)What Men WantParamount£515,410
5(5)Fighting With My FamilyLionsgate£388,963
6(4)The LEGO Movie 2Warner Bros£377,569
7NewThe White CrowStudioCanal£326,997
8(6)How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden WorldUniversal£321,068
9(7)Instant FamilyParamount£295,945
10NewFive Feet ApartVertigo£253,341

 


UK Blu-ray/DVD Charts 24 March 2019

Blu-ray Charts

PosLWFilmBuy FromDistributor
1NewFantastic Beasts - Crimes of GrindelwaldAmazonWarner Bros
2(1)Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)Amazon20th Century Fox
3NewDoctor Who - The Collection - Season 18AmazonBBC
4NewFantastic Beasts-Where To Find/Crimes OfWarner Bros
5(5)Avengers - Infinity War (2018)AmazonMarvel
6(4)A Star Is Born (2018)AmazonWarner Bros
7NewWidows (2018)Amazon20th Century Fox
8(8)Black Panther (2018)AmazonMarvel
9(7)Venom (2018)AmazonSony Pictures
10(10)Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)AmazonWalt Disney
11(16)Ant-Man And The WaspAmazonMarvel
12(9)Thor - Ragnarok (2017)AmazonMarvel
13NewThe Ring CollectionAmazonArrow Video
14(2)Overlord (2018)AmazonParamount
15Re:Sleeping BeautyWalt Disney
16(12)First Man (2018)AmazonUniversal Pictures
17(15)Incredibles 2 (2018)AmazonWalt Disney
18(3)The GrinchAmazonUniversal Pictures
19(13)Halloween (2018)AmazonUniversal Pictures
20NewRingArrow Video
21(17)Guardians of the Galaxy - Vol 2AmazonMarvel
22(14)Hunter Killer (2018)AmazonLionsgate
23NewWheels On Meals (Jackie Chan)AmazonEureka Entertainment
24(24)The Greatest ShowmanAmazon20th Century Fox
25(27)Spider-Man Homecoming (2017)AmazonSony Pictures
26(23)Doctor StrangeAmazonMarvel
27(20)Star Wars: The Last JediAmazonWalt Disney
28(19)Johnny English Strikes Again (2018)AmazonUniversal Pictures
29(21)The Predator (2018)Amazon20th Century Fox
30(26)Christopher Robin (2018)AmazonWalt Disney
Others
31(25)Coco (2017)Walt Disney
32(6)The Nutcracker and the Four RealmsAmazonWalt Disney
33(29)Captain America: Civil WarAmazonMarvel
34(32)Mission Impossible - Fallout (2018)AmazonParamount
35Re:Pet Sematary (1989)AmazonParamount
36(28)The House With A Clock In Its WallsAmazonEntertainment One
39(11)Free SoloAmazonDogwoof
40(30)The Meg (2018)AmazonWarner Bros
44Re:Escape From New York (1981)AmazonStudiocanal
53NewDeath In VeniceSony Pictures
55Re:The Fog (1980)AmazonStudiocanal
63Re:Prince of Darkness (1987)AmazonStudiocanal
70(22)PeterlooAmazon20th Century Fox
71(53)The Nun (2018)Warner Bros
72(66)John Wick Chapters 1&2AmazonWarner Bros
74(18)Slaughterhouse RulezAmazonSony Pictures
76Re:They Live (1988)AmazonStudiocanal
77New40 Tours Around The SunEagle Vision
87NewWildlifeIcon Home Entertainment
92NewKey Largo (1948)Warner Bros
96NewTo Have And Have Not (1944)Warner Bros
100Re:Alien - Covenant20th Century Fox
Recent Releases
Sink The Bismarck! (1960)AmazonEureka Entertainment
Kolobos (1999)AmazonArrow Video
The Smallest Show on Earth (1957)AmazonNetwork

 


DVD Charts

PosLWFilmBuy FromDistributor
1NewFantastic Beasts - Crimes of GrindelwaldAmazonWarner Bros
2(1)Bohemian RhapsodyAmazon20th Century Fox
3(3)A Star Is BornAmazonWarner Bros
4NewWidows20th Century Fox
5(2)The GrinchAmazonUniversal Pictures
6NewFantastic Beasts-Where To Find/Crimes OfWarner Bros
7(5)Christopher RobinAmazonWalt Disney
8(9)The Greatest ShowmanAmazon20th Century Fox
9(7)Johnny English Strikes AgainAmazonUniversal Pictures
10(10)Incredibles 2AmazonWalt Disney
11(4)The Nutcracker And The Four RealmsAmazonWalt Disney
12(12)Mamma Mia - Here We Go AgainAmazonUniversal Pictures
13NewCall The Midwife - Series 8/ChristmasAmazonBBC
14(8)VenomAmazonSony Pictures
15NewEndeavour - The Complete Sixth SeriesAmazonITV Studios
16(14)Avengers - Infinity WarAmazonMarvel
17(22)DumboAmazonWalt Disney
18(20)MoanaAmazonWalt Disney
19(17)Black PantherAmazonMarvel
20(13)Hunter KillerAmazonLionsgate
21(21)CocoAmazonWalt Disney
22(6)PeterlooAmazon20th Century Fox
23(16)First ManAmazonUniversal Pictures
24(15)Halloween (2018)AmazonUniversal Pictures
25(34)The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel PieStudiocanal
26(19)SmallfootAmazonWarner Bros
27(18)The House With A Clock In Its WallsAmazonEntertainment One
28(24)Hotel Transylvania 3AmazonSony Pictures
29(28)The Lion KingWalt Disney
30(26)Thor RagnarokAmazonMarvel
Others
32(25)The MegAmazonWarner Bros
36(30)King Of ThievesAmazonStudiocanal
39(11)OverlordAmazonParamount
41NewLove In MaastrichtDecca
43(27)Goosebumps 2AmazonSony Pictures
44NewWWE - Royal Rumble 2019WWE
47(43)Mission: Impossible - FalloutAmazonParamount
72(41)Instrument of WarAmazonHigh Fliers Films
74(23)Free SoloAmazonDogwoof
75NewMy Brilliant FriendStudiocanal
79(29)Slaughterhouse RulezAmazonSony Pictures
91NewAlien PredatorHigh Fliers
97(51)2020 DoomsdayAmazonTake Five Digital
Recent Releases
Agatha Christie: ABC MurdersAmazonUniversal Pictures

 


Final Thought – Cinema Releases 29 March 2019 & Box Office

Tim Burton’s Dumbo film is clearly the main attraction this week and we fully expect it to prove popular amongst moviegoers this weekend. Is it a classic? Maybe not but it should still take a ton of money at the box office.

Speaking of the box office Captain Marvel has been replaced at the top of the US movie charts by horror Us. However it’s a different story in the UK with it retaining top spot meaning Us has to settle for the number two spot.

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.