The UK has five new releases in the cinema this week. Highlights include A Million Little Pieces (Drama), The Informer (Crime, Thriller) and Asterix: The Secret Of The Magic Potion (Animated Adventure). That said one of the other new titles stars Timothy Spall. Let’s take a look at all the movie trailers. So without further ado here are the cinema releases 30 August 2019 for the UK & USA.
What’s On – Cinema Releases 30 August 2019
A Million Little Pieces (Drama)
Released 30th August 2019 UK (15) 113 Mins
- Distributor: eOne
- Starring Juliette Lewis; Ryan Hurst; Aaron Taylor-Johnson; Charlie Hunnam; Giovanni Ribisi; Billy Bob Thornton
A young writer struggling with a drug problem submits to two months of agonising detox at a treatment centre in Minnesota.
Available Now On Blu-ray
Asterix: The Secret Of The Magic Potion (Animated Adventure)
Released 30th August 2019 UK (PG) 87 Mins
- Distributor: Altitude Film Distribution
- Voiced by Christian Clavier; Guillaume Briat; Alex Lutz; Alexandre Astier; Elie Semoun; Daniel Mesguich; Bernard Alane
Mrs. Lowry And Son (Drama)
Released 30th August 2019 UK (PG) 91 Mins
- Distributor: Vertigo
- Starring Stephen Lord; Timothy Spall; Vanessa Redgrave
The story of British artist L.S. Lowry.
Recent/Upcoming Blu-ray/DVD Releases
The Informer (Crime, Drama, Thriller)
Released 30th August 2019 UK (15) 113 Mins
- Distributor: Warner Bros
- Starring Rosamund Pike; Ana de Armas; Joel Kinnaman; Clive Owen; Common; Sam Spruell; Martin McCann
Special Ops soldier Pete Koslow’s finds his world is falling apart following an incident with his wife. In fact it results in him being sent to prison. However he’s offered the chance of an early release if he agrees to become an informant for the FBI.
The Mustang (Drama)
Released 30th August 2019 UK (15) 97 Mins
- Distributor: Universal Pictures
- Starring Matthias Schoenaerts; Jason Mitchell; Bruce Dern; Gideon Adlon; Connie Britton; Josh Stewart
Drama from director Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre.
USA Only Releases
Don’t Let Go (Thriller)
Released 30th August 2019 USA (PG) 107 Mins
- Distributor: Briarcliffe Entertainment
- Starring David Oyelowo; Storm Reid; Byron Mann; Mykelti Williamson
Following the death of a man’s family, the cause of which appears to be a murder, he receives a phone call from one of the recently deceased family members.
Final Thought – Cinema Releases 30 August 2019 – & Box Office
Angel Has Fallen tops the box office charts in both the UK and USA taking over £2m & $21m respectively. That mean’s last week’s UK number one from director Quentin Tarantino, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood slips one place to number two.
UK Blu-ray & DVD Charts
Notable new entries on this week’s Blu-ray charts include the William Friedkin / Al Pacino film Cruising (1980). This one’s an erotic crime thriller.
Another new title is the crime thriller Dragged Across Concrete (2018). It stars Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn.
You can find all the new releases in the Blu-ray charts below.
Top 10 Box Office Films
USA Box Office (23 August 2019)
|1||New||Angel Has Fallen||Lionsgate||$21,380,987|
|4||(2)||Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw||Universal||$8,068,380|
|5||(3)||The Lion King||Walt Disney||$8,065,231|
|6||New||Ready or Not||Fox Searchlight||$8,015,590|
|7||(4)||The Angry Birds Movie 2||Sony Pictures||$6,382,367|
|8||(5)||Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark||CBS Films||$5,867,926|
|9||(6)||Dora and the Lost City of Gold||Paramount Pictures||$5,331,043|
|10||(8)||Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood||Sony Pictures||$5,005,400|
UK Box Office (23 August 2019)
|1||New||Angel Has Fallen||Lionsgate||£2,122,408|
|2||(1)||Once Upon A Time In Hollywood||Sony Pictures||£2,109,591|
|3||(2)||The Lion King||Disney||£1,093,891|
|4||(3)||Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw||Universal||£634,421|
|5||New||Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark||eOne Films||£611,218|
|6||(4)||Dora & The Lost City Of Gold||Paramount||£488,100|
|8||(5)||Toy Story 4||Disney||£448,391|
|10||(10)||Casino Royale (Secret Cinema 2019)||Independent||£323,291|
|11||New||Pain And Glory||20th Century Fox||£307,131|
UK Blu-ray/DVD Charts
Blu-ray Charts (25 August 2019)
DVD Charts (25 August 2019)
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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