Cinema Releases: Passengers
Heading to the cinema this weekend? Well let me take you through the weeks new releases. Theses are the cinema releases December 23 -31 2016 for the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand.
This week sees the release of Passengers with Jennifer Lawrence & Chris Pratt in the UK & US.
Passengers (Sci-fi Adventure)
Released 21st/23rd December 2016 US/UK (PG-13/15) 120 Mins
Starring Jennifer Lawrence ; Chris Pratt ; Michael Sheen ; Laurence Fishburne : Andy Garcia
When two passengers on route to a new life on another planet are awakened 90 years before they reach their destination, they need to find out why.
Assassin’s Creed (Action)
Released 21st December 2016 US (PG-13) 140 Mins
Starring Michael Fassbender ; Marion Cotillard ; Jeremy Irons ; Brendan Gleeson ; Michael K. Williams
Big screen version of the popular video game series.
Sing (Animated Adventure)
Released 21st December 2016 US (PG) 110 Mins
Starring Scarlett Johansson ; Matthew McConaughey ; Taron Egerton ; Reese Witherspoon ; Nick Offerman ; Seth MacFarlane
Why Him? (Comedy)
Released 25/30th December 2016 US/UK (R/15) 120 Mins
Starring James Franco ; Bryan Cranston ; Zoey Deutch ; Megan Mullally ; Griffin Gluck ; Keegan-Michael Key
When a dad travels with his family to visit his daughter at college he finds he has a rival for her affections in the form of a tech billionaire boyfriend.
Collateral Beauty (Drama)
Released 26/30th December 2016 UK (12A) 97 Mins
Starring Starring Will Smith ; Edward Norton ; Keira Knightley ; Michael Peña ; Naomie Harris ; Jacob Latimore ; Kate Winslet ; Helen Mirren
Will Smith plays a New York advertising executive on a downward spiral
Monster Trucks (Adventure, Comedy)
Released 26/30th December 2016 UK (PG) 105 Mins
Starring Starring Lucas Till; Jane Levy; Thomas Lennon; Holt McCallany; Samara Weaving; Aliyah O’Brien
High school senior Tripp (Lucas Till) decides to build a Monster Truck from old scrapped cars, however following an incident at a local oil drilling facility his truck will never be the same again.
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