Heading to the cinema this weekend? Well let me take you through the weeks new releases. These are the cinema releases January 20 2017 for the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand.
This week sees the release of M Night Shyamalan’s new film Split in the UK & US.
Split (Drama, Thriller)
Released 20th January 2017 UK/US (15/R) 117 Mins
Starring James McAvoy; Haley Lu Richardson; Anya Taylor-Joy; Kim Director; Sebastian Arcelus; Jessica Sula
From M Night Shyamalan comes a dark thriller about a man who abducts teenage girls. What’s worse still is he has split personalities that they are about to meet.
Released 20th January 2017 UK (15) 100 Mins
Starring Natalie Portman; Peter Sarsgaard; Billy Crudup; John Hurt; Greta Gerwig; John Carroll Lynch
Natalie Portman plays the First Lady, then Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy.
Released 20th January 2017 UK (PG) 118 Mins
Starring Rooney Mara; Nicole Kidman; Dev Patel; David Wenham; Nawazuddin Siddiqui; Aditya Roy Kapoor
An Australian couple adopt a 5 year old Indian boy after he gets lost in Calcutta.
xXx: Return Of Xander Cage (Action, Adventure)
Released 20th January 2017 UK/US (12A/PG-13) 107 Mins
Starring Vin Diesel; Nina Dobrev; Donnie Yen
Xander Cage (Vin Diesel) returns to the big screen.
The Founder (Drama)
Released 20th January 2017 US (PG-13) 115 Mins
Starring Michael Keaton; Nick Offerman; John Carroll Lynch; Linda Cardellini; Patrick Wilson; B. J. Novak; Laura Dern
This is the true story of salesman Ray Kroc and how he happened to meet Mac and Dick McDonald who were running a burger operation in 1950s.
20th Century Women (Drama)
Released (Expands) 20th January 2017 US (R) 118 Mins
Starring Annette Bening; Elle Fanning; Greta Gerwig; Lucas Jade Zumann; Billy Crudup
Movie Releases Down Under
Released AU/NZ 19th January 2017 118 Mins ( Drama)
Released NZ 19th January 2017 111 Mins (Drama)
xXx: Return of Xander Cage
Released AU/NZ 19th January 2017 107 Mins (Action)
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 UK and US.
US BOX OFFICE
|1||(1)||Hidden Figures||20th Century Fox||$20,853,947|
|2||(5)||La La Land||Lionsgate||$14,533,070|
|4||New||The Bye Bye Man||STX Entertainment||$13,501,349|
|5||(2)||Rogue One: A Star Wars Story||Walt Disney||$13,468,189|
|7||New||Monster Trucks||Paramount Pictures||$10,950,705|
|9||(4)||Underworld: Blood Wars||Sony Pictures||$6,206,099|
|10||(42)||Live by Night||Warner Bros.||$5,420,000|
UK BOX OFFICE
|1||New||La La Land||Lionsgate||£6,596,256|
|2||(2)||Rogue One: A Star Wars Story||Disney||£1,764,104|
|4||(1)||Assassin's Creed||20th Century Fox||£950,168|
|6||New||Manchester by the Sea||StudioCanal||£729,478|
|7||New||Live by Night||Warner Bros||£698,218|
|8||(7)||Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them||Warner Bros||£568,432|
|9||New||The Bye Bye Man||STX Entertainment||£535,492|
|10||(8)||Why Him?||20th Century Fox||£369,657|
Comment By Dr. Loomis
There are the Cinema Releases January 20 2017. M Night Shyamalan’s new film, Split looks like it could be worth a look so I’ll probably opt for that.