Cinema Releases June 29 2018: Sicario 2: Soldado

It would appear as if this week is the week in which all of those smaller films that the studios don’t know what to do with have all been allocated the same release window.

The United Kingdom has no less than six new releases including drama Adrift and comedy drama Patrick. One release that also hits the USA is Sicario 2: Soldado so this time you really do need to grab some popcorn and settle in whilst we go through all of the new films along with their movie trailers.

Here are the cinema releases June 29 2018 for both the UK and USA.

Cinema Releases June 29 2018

Adrift (Drama)

Released 29th June 2018 UK (15) 80 Mins

  • Distributor: STX Entertainment
  • Starring Shailene Woodley & Sam Claflin

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Leave No Trace (Drama)

Released 29th June 2018 UK (PG) 109 Mins

  • Distributor: Sony Pictures
  • Starring Ben Foster; Jeff Kober; Dale Dickey;
  • Isaiah Stone; Dana Millican; Thomasin McKenzie

Patrick (Comedy,Drama)

Released 29th June 2018 UK (PG) 94 Mins

  • Distributor: Walt Disney
  • Starring Ed Skrein; Gemma Jones; Jennifer Saunders;
  • Cherie Lunghi; Emilia Jones; Tom Bennett

Sicario 2: Soldado aka Day of the Soldado (Drama)

Released 29th June 2018 UK/US (15/R) 112 Mins

  • Distributor: Lionsgate UK / Sony Pictures
  • Starring Benicio Del Toro; Josh Brolin; Catherine Keener;
  • Christopher Heyerdahl; Matthew Modine; Isabela Moner

Tag (Comedy)

Released 29th June 2018 UK (15) 100 Mins

  • Distributor: Warner Bros
  • Starring Ed Helms; Jake Johnson; Annabelle Wallis; Hannibal Buress;
  • Isla Fisher; Rashida Jones; Leslie Bibb; Jon Hamm; Jeremy Renner

The Bookshop (Comedy)

Released 29th June 2018 UK (PG) 113 Mins

  • Distributor: Vertigo
  • Starring Emily Mortimer; Bill Nighy; Patricia Clarkson;
  • Hunter Tremayne; Honor Kneafsey; James Lance

Uncle Drew (Comedy)

Released 29th June 2018 US (PG-13) 103 Mins

  • Distributor: Lionsgate
  • Starring Kyrie Irving; Lil Rel Howery; Shaquille O’Neal;
  • Chris Webber; Reggie Miller; Nate Robinson

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.


1NewJurassic World: Fallen KingdomUniversal$148,024,610
2(1)Incredibles 2Walt Disney$80,347,651
3(2)Ocean’s 8Warner Bros$11,546,462
4(3)TagWarner Bros$8,251,230
5(5)Deadpool 220th Century Fox$5,271,882
6(4)Solo: A Star Wars StoryWalt Disney$4,507,532
8(6)SuperflySony Pictures$3,404,964
9(8)Avengers: Infinity WarWalt Disney$2,584,228
10(15)Won’t You Be My Neighbor?Focus Features$1,821,089
23NewThe Catcher Was A SpyIFC Films$114,771


1NewOcean's 8Warner Bros£4,347,070
2(1)Jurassic World: Fallen KingdomUniversal£3,249,227
4(4)Deadpool 220th Century Fox£454,656
5(3)Solo: A Star Wars StoryDisney£375,488
6(7)Avengers: Infinity WarDisney£184,451
7(8)Sherlock GnomesParamount£178,500
8(6)Book ClubParamount£163,850
9(11)The Happy PrinceLionsgate£151,355
10(10)Blade Runner: The Final Cut (Secret Cinema 2018)Warner Bros£127,840

Comment by Dr. Loomis (Cinema Releases June 29 2018)

With six films releasing in UK cinemas this week you would think there’s something for everybody but I’m not really sure that’s true.

Two films I have absolutely no interest in are comedies (I use the term loosely) Tag starring Jeremy Renner amongst others and Uncle Drew. Put simply these are not my sense of humour I prefer my comedies a little more intelligently written. I predict that Uncle Drew will bomb upon its UK release in July.

The only film I’m vaguely interested in would be Sicario 2: Soldado.

Let me know what film you intend to see in the comments sections below: