Cinema Releases June 30 2017

Cinema Releases: Despicable Me 3

This week sees the release of the animated adventure Despicable Me 3 in the UK, US and New Zealand. In fact the UK has a total of four new offerings this week also including the action, comedy Baby Driver. Its trailer time, these are the cinema releases June 30 2017 in the United Kingdom, United States, Australia and New Zealand.


Cinema Releases June 30 2017

All Eyez on Me (Drama)

Released 30th June 2017 UK (15( 139 Mins
  • Starring Demetrius Shipp Jr.; Kat Graham; Lauren Cohan; Hill Harper; Danai Gurira

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Baby Driver (Action, Comedy)

Released 28/30th June 2017 US/UK (R/15) 113 Mins
  • Starring Ansel Elgort; Lily James; Eiza González; Jon Bernthal;
  • Kevin Spacey; Jon Hamm; Jamie Foxx

 


Despicable Me 3 (Animated Adventure)

Released 30th June 2017 UK/US (U/PG) 90 Mins
  • Voiced by Jenny Slate; Kristen Wiig; Steve Carell

 


The House (Comedy)

Released 30th June 2017 UK/US (15/R) 88 Mins
  • Starring Will Ferrell; Amy Poehler; Allison Tolman;
  • Andrea Savage; Jason Mantzoukas; Jessie Ennis

Following the loss of Scott and Kate Johansen daughters’ college fund, the two parents decide to do whatever it takes to earn the money back. They therefore decide to start an illegal casino in an neighbour’s house.

 


Movie Releases Down Under

Despicable Me 3

Released NZ 29th June 2017 90 Mins (Animated Adventure)

 


The House

Released AU/NZ 29th June 2017 88 Mins (Comedy)

 


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
1NewTransformers: The Last KnightParamount Pictures$44,680,073
2(2)Wonder WomanWarner Bros$24,906,310
3(1)Cars 3Walt Disney$24,074,497
4(5)47 Meters DownEntertainment Studios$7,088,262
5(4)The MummyUniversal$6,060,495
6(3)All Eyez on MeLionsgate$5,806,975
7(6)Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No TalesWalt Disney$5,396,243
8(7)Rough NightSony Pictures$4,703,261
9(8)Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie20th Century Fox$4,284,115
10(9)Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2Walt Disney$3,023,042

 


UK Box Office

  MovieDistributorGross
1NewTransformers: The Last KnightParamount£4,635,570
2(1)Wonder WomanWarner Bros£1,575,673
3(2)The MummyUniversal£761,554
4(3)Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar's RevengeDisney£684,806
5(4)BaywatchParamount£455,159
6NewHampsteadeOne Films£453,522
7NewTubelightYash Raj£299,811
8(5)ChurchillLionsgate£259,466
9(8)Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul20th Century Fox£253,508
10(7)My Cousin Rachel20th Century Fox£168,735

 

 


Comment by Dr. Loomis – Cinema Releases June 30 2017

Well that’s another really disappointing week at the cinema with absolutely nothing standing out for me. Having had big blockbuster movies such as Transformers, Wonder Woman and The Mummy in recent weeks I find myself yearning for a smaller well crafted film.

That said Spider-Man: Homecoming comes early July so yet another big blockbuster superhero film I’ll certainly pass on.

 

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