Cinema Releases: The Mummy
Are you ready for a Tom Cruise Mummy film? Well let’s hope so as The Mummy opens in cinemas everywhere this Friday. Despite this the UK does still have a further three movies to choose from this weekend? So here’s a full rundown of all of the offer offerings; here are the cinema releases for June 9 2017 in the United Kingdom, USA, Australia and New Zealand.
Cinema Releases June 9 2017
The Mummy (Action, Adventure)
Released 9th June 2017 UK/US (15/PG-13) 110 Mins
- Starring Tom Cruise, Sofia Boutella, Annabelle Wallis
New version of The Mummy with this one starring Tom Cruise.
Looking for some recommended Blu-ray releases?
- To Live And Die In LA (1985)
- Finding Forrester (2000)
- The Hateful Eight (2015)
- Inferno (2016)
- Jason Bourne (2016)
The Shack (Drama)
Released 9th June 2017 UK (12A) 132 Mins
- Starring Sam Worthington; Octavia Spencer; Tim McGraw
Following the murder of his daughter during family camping trip, Mack Phillips descends deep dark depression causing him to question his innermost beliefs. During this period he receives a mysterious letter urging him to go to the shack where the crime happened.
My Cousin Rachel (Drama)
Released 9th June 2017 UK (12A) 106 Mins
- Starring Sam Claflin; Rachel Weisz; Holliday Grainger
Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer (Drama)
Released 9th June 2017 UK (15) 118 Mins
- Starring Richard Gere; Lior Ashkenazi; Michael Sheen; Charlotte Gainsbourg
- Dan Stevens; Steve Buscemi; Hank Azaria; Harris Yulin; Josh Charles; Caitlin O’Connell
It Comes at Night (Horror)
Released 9th June 2017 US (R) 91 Mins
- Starring Joel Edgerton, Christopher Abbott, Carmen Ejogo,
- Kelvin Harrison Jr., Riley Keough
Megan Leavey (Drama)
Released 9th June 2017 US (PG-13) 116 Mins
- Starring Kate Mara, Ramón Rodríguez, Tom Felton, Bradley Whitford,
- Will Patton, Sam Keeley, Common, Edie Falco
This is a film based on real events during a young Marine corporal’s deployment in Iraq. She finds herself building a tight bond with her military combat dog resulting in the saving of many lives.
Recommended UK Blu-rays / DVDs
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