Cinema Releases 7th September 2018: Will You Be Watching The Nun?

The horror film The Nun releases this week avoiding the obvious release date of around Halloween for some curious reason. In any case if you are into horror this one should be well worth a look as it comes from the creators of The Conjuring. There are a couple of smaller films that come out this film Friday in the UK but it’s going to be a weekend dominated by horror that’s for sure. Right let’s take a closer a look, at all of the new films, here are the cinema releases 7th September 2018 for the UK & USA.


Cinema Releases 7th September 2018

American Animals (Comedy)

Released 7th September 2018 UK (15) 90 Mins
  • Distributor: STX
  • Starring Evan Peters; Ann Dowd; Barry Keoghan

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Hurricane (War, Drama)

Released 7th September 2018 UK (15) 115 Mins
  • Distributor: Kaleidoscope Film Distribution
  • Starring Iwan Rheon; Milo Gibson; Stefanie Martini; Marcin Dorocinski; Krystof Hádek;
  • Nicholas Farrell; Drew Cain; Jan Goodman; Raphael Desperez; Tam Williams; Daniel Maggott

 


The Nun (Horror)

Released 7th September 2018 UK/US (15/R) 96 Mins
  • Distributor: Warner Bros
  • Starring Taissa Farmiga; Bonnie Aarons; Charlotte Hope

 


Puzzle (Drama)

Released 7th September 2018 UK (15) 103 Mins
  • Distributor: Sony Pictures
  • Starring Austin Abrams; Mandela Bellamy; Myrna Cabello;
  • Sebastian Chacon; Helen Coxe; David Denman

 


God Bless the Broken Road (Drama)

Released 7th September 2018 US (PG) 111 Mins
  • Distributor: Entertainment Studios
  • Starring Lindsay Pulsipher; Jordin Sparks; LaDainian Tomlinson

 


Peppermint (Action)

Released 7th September 2018 US (R) 102 Mins
  • Distributor: Entertainment Studios
  • Starring Jennifer Garner; John Gallagher Jr; John Ortiz

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

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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.

US Box Office

  MovieDistributorGross
1(1)Crazy Rich AsiansWarner Bros$21,964,345
2(2)The MegWarner Bros$10,535,459
3(4)Mission: Impossible - FalloutParamount Pictures$7,032,499
4(22)SearchingSony Pictures$6,066,463
5NewOperation FinaleMGM$6,022,758
6(6)Christopher RobinWalt Disney$5,277,955
7(7)AlphaSony Pictures$4,548,627
8(3)The Happytime MurdersSTX Entertainment$4,382,781
9(8)BlacKkKlansmanFocus Features$4,202,080
10(5)Mile 22STX Entertainment$3,765,869
Other
12NewKinLionsgate$3,049,432

 


UK Box Office

  MovieDistributorGross
1(1)Disney's Christopher RobinDisney£1,173,235
2(2)Mamma Mia: Here we Go Again!Universal£976,039
3(6)BlacKkKlansmanUniversal£922,806
4(3)The MegWarner Bros£881,145
5NewSearchingSony Pictures£765,050
6(4)Incredibles 2Disney£762,307
7NewThe Happytime MurdersSTX Entertainment£694,044
8(5)The Equalizer 2Sony Pictures£625,218
9(9)Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster VacationSony Pictures£555,404
10(8)Mission: Impossible FalloutParamount£521,610
Other
11(10)Ant-Man and The WaspDisney£492,445
12NewYardieStudioCanal£438,088
14(7)The Spy Who Dumped MeLionsgate£230,993

 


Cinema Releases 7th September 2018 – Final Thoughts

What film will you be watching at the cinema this week? Four UK releases this week with horror film The Nun getting our vote for one to watch. Please let us know what film you saw and if you liked it.

 

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