Movie Releases This Week Nov 27 2015

Victor Frankenstein & Black Mass

Popcorn Cinema Show takes a look at the weeks new cinema releases (27th November 2015) for the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand.  The US sees the release of the Daniel Radcliffe film Victor Frankenstein.

Meanwhile the UK has the Johnny Depp film Black Mass releasing on Friday, but now the news…


Film News

New Gremlins Film Not A Remake???

So the new Gremlins film is NOT going to be a remake according to Zach Galligan the BBC report. The actor who starred in both film says. “It’s not going to be a reboot. It will not be a remake in any way, shape, or form. Chris Columbus has come out and said that the first film is very near and dear to his heart and as long as he is alive it will never be remade.

“So the only thing they will be, and apparently are going to be doing, is something along the lines of like Jurassic World, where it will be 30 years later.”

He also added he hopes to be in the new film.

 

The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 2: Grabs Top Spot

So no surprise The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 2 goes straight in at number 1 in both US and UK. The US Box office took $102m whilst the UK took £11m

 

Love films then take a look at our Planes, Trains and Automobiles Blu-ray review!


Movie Releases

Creed (Sports Drama)

Released 25th November 2015 US (PG-13) 132 Mins

Starring Sylvester Stallone; Michael B. Jordan; Tessa

Rocky Balboa becomes trainer and mentor to Adonis Johnson, the son of his late friend and former rival Apollo Creed.

 


The Good Dinosaur (Animated Comedy)

Released 25 / 27 November 2015 US/UK (PG) 101 Mins

Starring Raymond Ochoa; Jeffrey Wright; Steve Zahn

Welcome to the world of dinosaurs where an Apatosaurus named Arlo makes an unlikely human friend.

 


Victor Frankenstein (Sci-fi Horror)

Released 25th November 2015 US (PG-13) 110 Mins

Starring Daniel Radcliffe ; James McAvoy; Jessica Brown Findlay; Andrew Scott; Charles Dance

Here we see Igor’s (Daniel Radcliffe) perspective, a troubled young assistant and his redemptive friendship with the young medical student Viktor Von Frankenstein (James McAvoy) as he witnesses how Frankenstein became the man we know today!

Daniel Radcliffe and James McAvoy in Victor Frankenstein – Movie Trailer


Bridge of Spies (Drama, Thriller)

Released 27th November 2015 UK (12A) 141 Mins

Starring Tom Hanks, Alan Alda, Amy Ryan

Tom Hanks plays American lawyer (James B. Donovan)who is recruited by the CIA during the Cold War to help rescue a pilot detained in the Soviet Union.

 


Black Mass (Crime Drama)

Released 27th November 2015 UK (15) 123 Mins

Starring Johnny Depp ; Joel Edgerton ; Benedict Cumberbatch ; Kevin Bacon ; Jesse Plemons ; Corey Stoll ; Peter Sarsgaard ; Dakota Johnson

Based on the true story of Whitey Bulger (Johnny Depp), the brother of a state senator William “Billy” Bulgeran and one of the most violent criminal in the history of South Boston. He becomes an FBI informant in order to prevent a Mafia family invading his turf.

 


Carol (Drama)

Released 27th November 2015 UK (15) 119 Mins

Starring Rooney Mara; Cate Blanchett; Kyle Chandler; Sarah Paulson; Jake Lacy; Cory Michael Smith

New York in the 1950s, a department store clerk falls for a older married woman during the Christmas season.

 


The Danish Girl (Drama)

Released 27th November 2015 US (R) 120 Mins

Starring Alicia Vikander; Eddie Redmayne; Amber Heard

The story of Lili and Gerda’s marriage and work as they navigate Lili’s journey as a transgender pioneer.

 

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Movie Releases Down Under

Creed

Released AU / NZ 26th November 2015 132 Mins (Action Drama)

 


Hotel Transylvania 2

Released AU / NZ 26th November 2015 89 Mins (Animated Comedy)

 


Mistress America

Released NZ 26th November 2015 84 Mins (Comedy)

 


Sleeping with Other People

Released NZ 26th November 2015 101 Mins (Comedy)

 


Love the Coopers

Released NZ 26th November 2015 Mins (Comedy Drama)

 


The Program

Released AU/NZ 26th November 2015 103 Mins (Drama)

 


Top 10 Box Office Films

US Box Office

  1.     The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

  2.     SPECTRE

  3.     The Peanuts Movie

  4.     The Night Before

  5.     Secret in Their Eyes

  6.     Love the Coopers

  7.     The Martian

  8.     Spotlight

  9.     The 33

  10.     Bridge of Spies

 

UK Box Office

  1.     The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2

  2.     SPECTRE

  3.     The Lady in the Van

  4.     Hotel Transylvania 2

  5.     Brooklyn

  6.     Steve Jobs

  7.     The Dressmaker

  8.     Pan

  9.     Prem Ratan Dhan Payo

  10.     The Perfect Guy


Comment

So there are your movie releases this week, we would say the two films that may be of interest are Black Mass (Johnny Depp) and Bridge of Spies (Tom Hanks).

Unfortunately the Daniel Radcliffe & James McAvoy movie Victor Frankenstein fails to impress!


 

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