Cinema Releases July 21 2017

Cinema Releases: Dunkirk

This week sees the release of Christopher Nolan’s WWII epic, Dunkirk and opens in both the United Kingdom and United States. With such a big release the cinemas in the UK at least have been cleared as this one’s expected to do very well. Not sure about it then take a look at the film trailer below. The USA does get a further two releases so let’s take a look at all of the new offerings; these are the cinema releases for July 21 2017 for the UK, USA, Australia and New Zealand.


Cinema Releases July 21 2017

Dunkirk (Action, Drama, Thriller)

Released 21st July 2017 UK/US (12A/PG-13) (106 Mins)
  • Written & Directed by Christopher Nolan
  • Music by Hans Zimmer
  • Starring Tom Hardy; Fionn Whitehead; Tom Glynn-Carney; Jack Lowden; Harry Styles;
  • Aneurin Barnard; James D’Arcy; Barry Keoghan; Kenneth Branagh; Cillian Murphy; Mark Rylance

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Girls Trip (Comedy)

Released 21st July 2017 US (TBC) 122 Mins
  • Starring Regina Hall; Jada Pinkett Smith; Tiffany Haddish; Queen Latifah

 


Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (Adventure)

Released 21st July 2017 US (PG-13) 129 Mins
  • Starring Dane DeHaan; Cara Delevingne; Clive Owen; Rihanna;
  • Ethan Hawke; Herbie Hancock; Kris Wu; Rutger Hauer

 


Movie Releases Down Under

Baby Driver

Released NZ 20th July 2017 112 Mins (Action, Comedy)

 


Dunkirk

Released AU/NZ 20th July 2017 106 Mins (Action,Drama)

 


Paris Can Wait

Released AU/NZ 20th July 2017 92 Mins (Comedy, Romance)

 


Wish Upon

Released AU 20th July 2017 97 Mins (Horror)

 


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
1NewWar for the Planet of the Apes20th Century Fox$56,262,929
2(1)Spider-Man: HomecomingSony Pictures$44,205,210
3(2)Despicable Me 3Universal$19,357,565
4(3)Baby DriverSony Pictures$8,714,045
5(8)The Big SickLionsgate$7,529,590
6(4)Wonder WomanWarner Bros$6,800,000
7NewWish UponBroad Green Pictures$5,467,084
8(6)Cars 3Walt Disney$3,119,815
9(5)Transformers: The Last KnightParamount Pictures$2,843,587
10(7)The HouseWarner Bros$1,700,000

 


UK Box Office

  MovieDistributorGross
1NewWar for the Planet of the Apes20th Century Fox£7,195,773
2(2)Despicable Me 3Universal£3,839,659
3(1)Spider-Man: HomecomingSony Pictures£3,718,078
4NewCars 3Disney£2,625,000
5(3)Baby DriverSony Pictures£976,725
6NewThe BeguiledUniversal£414,924
7(4)Transformers: The Last KnightParamount£122,288
8NewJagga JasoosUTV£113,003
9(5)Wonder WomanWarner Bros£110,526
10(6)All Eyez on MeLionsgate£89,626

 


Comment by Dr. Loomis – Cinema Releases July 21 2017

I’m a big fan of director Christopher Nolan, in fact I like all of his films to date. This week sees him tackle a different genre with Dunkirk, it should be an epic but I’ll be holding back a little on the excitement front. It certainly looks from the film trailers like he has done the subject justice.

Not too much else out this week in the UK, however the US sees a couple of other releases neither of which look likely to do particularly well at the box office. I for one have no interest in the crude looking comedy Girls Trip and the sci-fi adventure Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets has offered little in the trailer draw me into the world.

 

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