Cinema Releases December 15 2017

There’s really only one film many people will be interested in this week which is just as well as it’s also the only new release at UK cinemas. What is the film? Star Wars: The Last Jedi of course, so get ready for some more sci-fi adventure this weekend. Here’s the movie trailer and further details for the cinema releases December 15 2017 in both the UK & USA.

We already know which film most people will be going to see this weekend, so may the force be with you.

Cinema Releases December 15 2017

Star Wars: The Last Jedi (Sci-fi Adventure)

Released 15th December 2017 UK/US (12A/PG-13) 152 Mins

  • Starring Daisy Ridley; Mark Hamill; John Boyega; Carrie Fisher;
  • Adam Driver; Oscar Isaac; Peter Mayhew; Anthony Daniels;
  • Andy Serkis; Gwendoline Christie; Lupita Nyong’o

Looking for something to watch? Check out these Blu-ray releases:

Ferdinand (Animated, Adventure)

Released 15th December 2017 US (PG) 107 Mins

  • Voice Actors: John Cena; Kate McKinnon; Gina Rodriguez;
  • Daveed Diggs; Gabriel Iglesias; Bobby Cannavale; David Tennant;
  • Anthony Anderson; Flula Borg; Sally Phillips

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.


1(1)CocoWalt Disney$18,452,315
2(2)Justice LeagueWarner Bros$9,664,297
4(12)The Disaster ArtistA24$6,366,243
5(4)Thor: RagnarokWalt Disney$6,271,374
6(5)Daddy’s Home 2Paramount Pictures$5,919,337
7(6)Murder on the Orient Express20th Century Fox$5,162,331
8(9)The StarSony Pictures$3,707,087
9(8)Lady BirdA24$3,451,822
10NewJust Getting StartedBroad Green Pictures$3,201,459


1(1)Paddington 2StudioCanal£1,690,027
2(2)Daddy's Home 2Paramount£1,135,646
4(3)Justice LeagueWarner Bros£552,228
5(5)Murder on the Orient Express20th Century Fox£412,400
6(13)The Disaster ArtistWarner Bros£331,685
7(6)Thor: RagnarokDisney£242,176
8(7)A Bad Moms ChristmasSTX Entertainment£168,037
9(11)The Nutcracker - ROH, London 2017/18 (Ballet)Royal Opera House£137,862

Comment by Dr. Loomis – Cinema Releases December 15 2017

Another Christmas means another Star Wars film, how long can Disney keep this up before even the most ardent becomes a little tired of the whole series. 

To be fair it’s been pretty good so far in terms of quality output but we will have to see if Disney can pull off another highly enjoyable sci-fi adventure.