Movies Releases Sept 25 2015 – The Green Inferno

The Intern & The Green Inferno…

Time to take a look at weeks cinema releases for 25th September 2015 in the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand with all their movie trailers. So whats new this week?  Horror movie The Green Inferno releases on Friday in the US.

De Niro stars in another comedy, this time it’s The Intern alongside Anne Hathaway, but more on that later, now the news…

Film News

John Wick 2?

John Wick 2 is going to happen and is due to begin filming this autumn with Keanu Reeves according to several news sites including Digital Spy.

Check out Keanu Reeves as John Wick in the trailer

Sicario Sequel? are reporting that Lionsgate are developing a sequel to Sicario that starred Emily Blunt, we will keep an eye on it and let you know when we have more information.

Movie Releases Sept 25 2015

The Intern (Comedy)

  • Released 25th September 2015 US (PG-13) 121 Mins
  • Robert De Niro ; Anne Hathaway ; Rene Russo

Ben Whitaker (Robert De Niro) is 70 old man who has retired, however when an opportunity to become a Senior Intern arrives he takes it.

99 Homes (Drama)

  • Released 25th September 2015 UK/US (15 / R) 112 Mins
  • Andrew Garfield; Michael Shannon; Laura Dern; Clancy Brown; Tim Guinee; J.D. Evermore; Juan Gaspard; Nicole Barré

Michael Shannon plays Rick Carver who makes a fortune by repossessing homes.  One of those he evicts is Dennis Nash (Andrew Garfield), who not only is a single parent by also has to look after his mother (Laura Dern).

In order to provide for his family Dennis Nash takes a job working for Rick Carver the guy who has just evicted him. Carver promises to find a way for him to get his home back.

Captive (Drama, Thriller)

  • Released 25th September UK (12A) 97 Mins
  • David Oyelowo; Kate Mara; Michael K. Williams; Mimi Rogers; Leonor Varela; Jessica Oyelowo

David Oyelowo plays violent murderer Brian Nichols who is on trial for rape when he manages to escape from the courthouse and take a hostage.

Miss You Already (Comedy Drama)

  • Released 25th September 2015 UK (12A) 112 Mins
  • Drew Barrymore; Toni Collette; Dominic Cooper

This is the story of two lifelong friends who experience different dramatic events in their lives which will put their friendship to the test.

Hotel Transylvania 2 (Animated Comedy)

  • Released 25th September US (PG) 89 Mins
  • Adam Sandler (Dracula); Andy Samberg (Johnny) ; Selena Gomez (Mavis) ; Kevin James (Frank) ; Fran Drescher (Eunice) ; Steve Buscemi (Wayne) ; Molly Shannon (Wanda) ; David Spade (Griffin) ; Keegan-Michael Key (Murray) ; Mel Brooks (Vlad)

This is the sequel to the 2012 film, this time out the hotel has undergone some changes, it’s now open to humans, Mavis and Johnny now have a baby boy who doesn’t seem to display any vampire traits.

The Green Inferno (Horror)

  • Released 25th September 2015 US (R) 103 Mins
  • Lorenza Izzo ; Ariel Levy ; Daryl Sabara ; Kirby Bliss Blanton ; Sky Ferreira ; Magda Apanowicz ; Nicolás Martinez ; Aaron Burns ; Ignacia Allamand ;Richard Burgi

A group of students travel to the Amazon to help save a native tribe, but when their plane crashes they are taken prisoner by the natives they came to save. Oh and they just happen to be cannibals!!!

The Green Inferno Trailer

Solace (Crime Thriller)

  • Released 25th September 2015 UK (15) 101 Mins
  • Colin Farrell; Anthony Hopkins ; Jeffrey Dean Morgan ; Abbie Cornish

FBI agent Joe Merriweather (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) has to bring in psychic doctor, John Clancy (Anthony Hopkins), to help find a serial killer played by Colin Farrell.

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

Top 10 Box Office Films

US Box Office

  1. The Maze Runner: Scorch Trials
  2. Black Mass
  3. The Visit
  4. The Perfect Guy
  5. Everest
  6. War Room
  7. A Walk In The Woods
  8. Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation
  9. Straight Outta Compton
  10. Grandma

UK Box Office

  1. Everest
  2. Legend
  3. The Maze Runner: Scorch Trials
  4. The Visit
  5. Inside Out
  6. Straight Outta Compton
  7. The Empire Strikes Back (Secret Cinema 2015)
  8. A Walk In The Woods
  9. The Battle of Britain At 75 (Concert)
  10. Bill


Robert De Niro in The Intern may be worth a look but you can’t help feeling he would be better in some more serious roles like the ones we loved such as Goodfellas or Casino.

Elsewhere we are not too keen on The Green Inferno but that is another story…