Heading to the cinema this weekend? We will take you through the weeks new releases. Theses are the cinema releases March 17 2017 for the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand.
This week sees the release of Beauty And The Beast in UK, US, Australia and New Zealand. Other releases include the horror Get Out (UK).
Beauty And The Beast (Fantasy, Musical)
Released 17th March 2017 UK/US (PG) 129 Mins
- Starring Emma Watson; Luke Evans; Ewan McGregor; Dan Stevens;
- Emma Thompson; Stanley Tucci; Ian McKellen
Disney’s classic “Beauty and the Beast” is re-told and re-imagined in this live-action version the studio’s animated classic. Along with the original music there will be several new songs plus an updated score.
Get Out (Horror)
Released 17th March 2017 UK (15) 104 Mins
- Starring Daniel Kaluuya; Allison Williams; Catherine Keener; Bradley Whitford
- Caleb Landry Jones; Lil Rel Howery; Keith Stanfield
College student Rose has a boyfriend Chris, their relationship has just reached the point where they are about to meet each other’s parents. Chris is a black and Rose white, neither of their parents know. With Chris is unable to relax around Rose’s parents, he learns that the upscale suburban area has a sinister history of young black men disappearing.
Personal Shopper (Horror, Drama)
Released 17th March 2017 UK (15) 105 Mins
- Starring Kristen Stewart; Lars Eidinger; Sigrid Bouaziz; Anders Danielsen Lie
- Ty Olwin; Hammou Graïa; Benjamin Biolay
Maureen (Kristen Stewart) is a young American who lives and works in Paris as a high-fashion personal shopper for the celebrity world. However she is also a spiritual medium, and is still grieving over the recent death of her twin brother. She is determined to make contact with him.
The Belko Experiment (Horror)
Released 17th March 2017 US (R) 88 Mins
- Starring John Gallagher Jr.; Tony Goldwyn; Adria Arjona
- John C. McGinley; Melonie Diaz; Josh Brener
The Belko Experiment is a twisted social experiment in which a group of eighty Americans find themselves locked in their high-rise corporate office in Bogotá and are ordered by an unknown voice onver the intercom system to participate in a fatal game of kill or be killed.
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
|1||New||Kong: Skull Island||Warner Bros||$61,025,472|
|2||(1)||Logan||20th Century Fox||$38,112,425|
|5||(4)||The Lego Batman Movie||Warner Bros||$7,614,412|
|6||(6)||Before I Fall||Open Road||$3,000,782|
|7||(7)||Hidden Figures||20th Century Fox||$2,761,002|
|8||(5)||John Wick: Chapter Two||Lionsgate||$2,671,997|
|9||(10)||La La Land||Lionsgate||$1,773,669|
|10||(9)||Fifty Shades Darker||Universal||$1,652,095|
UK BOX OFFICE
|1||New||Kong: Skull Island||Warner Bros||£6,230,997|
|2||(1)||Logan||20th Century Fox||£3,858,463|
|3||(2)||The LEGO Batman Movie||Warner Bros||£820,264|
|4||(3)||Viceroy's House||20th Century Fox||£573,109|
|7||(7)||Hidden Figures||20th Century Fox||£401,197|
|9||New||La Traviata||Met Opera 2017(Opera)||£323,284|
|10||(6)||Fifty Shades Darker||Universal||£302,808|
Comment by Dr. Loomis
There you have it the Cinema Releases March 17 2017. Not too many releases again this week with the main release being Beauty And The Beast. So again nothing of interest for me, back to those Blu-rays.
I’m just in the process of reviewing the recently released Jack Nicholson film The Last detail released by Powerhouse films aka Indicator.