Cinema Releases June 9 2017

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?

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.

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.


1NewWonder WomanWarner Bros$103,251,471
2NewCaptain Underpants: The First Epic Movie20th Century Fox$23,851,539
3(1)Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No TalesWalt Disney$22,087,099
4(2)Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2Walt Disney$9,839,370
5(3)BaywatchParamount Pictures$8,741,285
6(4)Alien: Covenant20th Century Fox$4,122,884
7(5)Everything, EverythingWarner Bros$3,301,366
8(7)Snatched20th Century Fox$1,318,582
9(6)Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul20th Century Fox$1,289,793
10(8)King Arthur: Legend of the SwordWarner Bros$1,173,672


1NewWonder WomanWarner Bros£6,179,616
3(1)Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar's RevengeDisney£2,737,320
4(2)Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul20th Century Fox£851,207
5(3)Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2Disney£642,224
6(4)Alien: Covenant20th Century Fox£327,309
7(7)The Boss Baby20th Century Fox£293,048
8(5)King Arthur: Legend of the SwordWarner Bros£209,402
9(8)Moulin Rouge! (Secret Cinema 2017)20th Century Fox£132,945
10(6)Snatched20th Century Fox£104,384

Comment by Dr. Loomis (Cinema Releases June 9 2017)

Only one film that has my interest this week and its Tom Cruise’s take on The Mummy, it certainly looks like an action packed adventure.

Staying in this weekend then why not watch one of my recommended Blu-rays that are listed above?

I’ll be looking at UK cinemas soon, but the main players in the UK market are Empire, Cineworld, Odeon & Vue.