Movie Releases Nov 6 2015 – Scout’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

Spectre & Scout’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

Popcorn Cinema Show takes a look at the weeks new movie releases (November 6 2015) for the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand at the cinema, plus all the weeks film news. So Spectre releases this week in the US and the UK cinemas have largely been given over to Mr Bond meaning Scout’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse is the only other release of note.

So on to the news, a least there won’t be any Bond news here, oh wait no…

Film News

SPECTRE Breaks UK Box Office Records

The new James Bond film SPECTRE breaks the UK Box office records by taking over £41 million ($63m) in it’s first weekend.

Lost Disney Film Found?

So it turns out the lost 1928 Disney film Sleigh Bells which features Oswald the Lucky Rabbit has been found in the British Film Institue (BFI) archives. They are planning to anounce when they will be screening this lost gem.

For more click here

Movies Releases Nov 6 2015

SPECTRE (Action)

  • Released 6th November 2015 US (PG-13) 121 Mins
  • Daniel Craig ; Christoph Waltz ; Ralph Fiennes ; Ben Whishaw ; Naomie Harris

Bond is on a mission to reveal the truth about SPECTRE

Scout’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse (Comedy)

  • Released 6th November 2015 UK (15) 93 Mins
  • Tye Sheridan ; Logan Miller ; Joey Morgan

Whilst out camping three scouts attempt to save the town from zombies.

The Peanuts Movie (Animated Comedy)

  • Released 6th November 2015 US (G) 89 Mins
  • Voiced by: Noah Schnapp ; Bill Melendez ; Alexander Garfin ; Madisyn Shipman ; Francesca Capaldi ; Mariel Sheets ; Venus Schultheis ; Hadley Belle Miller

The big screen version of Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, Linus and the Peanuts gang.

Missed any recent cinema releases? No need to worry we have them here

Top 10 Box Office Films

US Box Office

  1. The Martian
  2. Goosebumps
  3. Bridge of Spies
  4. Hotel Transylvania 2
  5. The Last Witch Hunter
  6. Burnt
  7. Paranormal Activity: Ghost Dimension
  8. Our Brand is Crisis
  9. Crimson Peak
  10. Steve Jobs

UK Box Office

  2. Hotel Transylvania 2
  3. Pan
  4. Paranormal Activity: Ghost Dimension
  5. Suffragette
  6. The Martian
  7. The Last Witch Hunter
  8. Tannhauser – Met Opera 2015 (Opera)
  9. Inside Out
  10. Crimson Peak


There are your movie releases this week, SPECTRE is the film to watch in our opinion if you are in the US, whilst in the UK you only have Scout’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse coming out as Bond quite rightly dominates the cinema.