Star Trek Beyond & The BFG
Popcorn Cinema Show takes a look at the weeks new movie releases for 22nd July 2016 in the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand at the cinema, plus all the weeks film news. Star Trek Beyond & The BFG are just two of the new releases to hit cinemas.
Ghostbusters fails to take the top spot in the US Box Office
So despite all the hype the new Ghostbusters film has failed to take the number 1 spot at the US Box Office. Instead it has to settle for second position behind The Secret Life of Pets.
The Secret Life of Pets took $50,838,355 whilst Ghostbusters (2016) took $46,018,755
Better news in the UK for Ghostbusters (2016) as it enters in first place taking an impressive £4,388,944
This Weeks Cinema Releases
Star Trek Beyond (Sci-fi)
Released 22nd July 2016 UK/US (12A/TBC) 120 Mins
Starring Chris Pine; Simon Pegg; Karl Urban; Sofia Boutella; Anton Yelchin; Zachary Quinto ; Idris Elba; Zoe Saldana
More adventures aboard the USS Enterprise in the third film in the rebooted era.
The BFG (Adventure)
Released 22nd July 2016 UK (PG) 117 Mins
Starring Mark Rylance ; Ruby Barnhill ; Penelope Wilton ; Jemaine Clement ; Rebecca Hall ; Rafe Spall ; Bill Hader
Roald Dahl’s The BFG receives the Disney and Spielberg treatment as it hits the big screen.
Ice Age: Collision Course (Animated Adventure)
Released 22nd July 2016 US (PG) 94 Mins
Voiced by Ray Romano; Denis Leary; John Leguizamo; Queen Latifah; Seann William Scott; Josh Peck; Simon Pegg; Keke Palmer; Wanda Sykes; Jennifer Lopez
Scrat’s quest for the elusive acorn sees him takes him out into the universe where he accidentally sets off a series of cosmic events.
Lights Out (Horror)
Released 22nd July 2016 US (PG-13) Mins
Starring Teresa Palmer ; Gabriel Bateman ; Billy Burke ; Maria Bello
Rebecca fear that her brother is being stalked by a spirt.
Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie (Comedy)
Released 22nd July 2016 US (R) 91 Mins
Starring Jennifer Saunders; Joanna Lumley; Julia Sawalha; Jane Horrocks; June Whitfield; Kate Moss, Robert Webb, Lulu, Emma Bunton, Barry Humphries
Ab Fab hits the big screen.
Recommended Blu-rays / DVDs UK