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On 9th August next year Disney bring their adaptation of author Eoin Colfer for Artemis Fowl book to the big screen and here they deliver the first trailer.
The film is in good hands being directed by Kenneth Branagh and starring the likes of Judi Dench so we should get a faithful adaptation of the books.
There are 8 books in the series and Disney will be hoping to get a franchise going to rival the likes of Harry Potter and join Disney's Marvel and Star Wars franchises.
Check out the first trailer and poster below.
Danny Boyle has left as director of the next James Bond movie in an announcement today on the official James Bond Twitter page.
Daniel Craig is still set to play the British secret agent despite stating during the Spectre press circuit that he would be leaving, although this is due to be his last film in the role.
It is a real shame Boyle is leaving as his unique directing style would be good for the long running series, but this may be why he is leaving as producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli have cited creative differences for his departure.
Maybe they should be looking to previous director Sam Mandes to come back one more time or look to Gurinder Chadha or Sarah Gavron to creatively change things.
Lets hope Boyle comes back in the future to direct a film in the long running series as his Bond would be a good movie.
Michael G. Wilson, Barbara Broccoli and Daniel Craig today announced that due to creative differences Danny Boyle has decided to no longer direct Bond 25. pic.twitter.com/0Thl116eAd— James Bond (@007) August 21, 2018
Directed by Mike Leigh Peterloo stars Maxine Peake and Rory Kinnear and is released in the UK on 2nd November 2018.
It has been given a 12A rating in the UK by the BBFC for moderate violence, language.
PETERLOO (12A) moderate violence, language https://t.co/qVPFYQr3b6— BBFC (@BBFC) August 21, 2018
The House With A Clock In Its Walls is directed by Eli Roth and stars Cate Blanchett and Jack Black.
It is released on the 21st September in the UK and has been given a 12A certificate by the BBFC for moderate threat, scary scenes.
THE HOUSE WITH A CLOCK IN ITS WALLS (12A) moderate threat, scary scenes https://t.co/OMiUw74QNp— BBFC (@BBFC) August 20, 2018
Based in the same universe as The Conjuring, The Nun is directed by Corin Hardy and stars Taissa Farmiga.
The film has been given a 15 certificate by the BBFC for strong supernatural threat, horror, injury detail.
The Nun has a release date in the UK of 7th September 2018.
THE NUN (15) strong supernatural threat, horror, injury detail https://t.co/FlotgMBLlG— BBFC (@BBFC) August 15, 2018
The Happytime Murders is directed by Brian Henson and stars Melissa McCarthy as a cop working in a world where Muppets are real.
The film has been given a 15 certificate in the UK by the BBFC for strong sex references, language.
The Happytime Murders has a release date in the UK of 27th August 2018.
THE HAPPYTIME MURDERS (15) strong sex references, language https://t.co/ppjgPT2oVO— BBFC (@BBFC) August 16, 2018
Starring Jason Statham The Meg is released in the UK on 10th August 2018.
The BBFC have given the film a 12a rating for moderate threat, occasional bloody moments, action violence.
Based around an underwater community and a big old shark expect a few scares and Statham punching the odd shark or 2.
THE MEG (12A) moderate threat, occasional bloody moments, action violence https://t.co/e9mm06Isrz— BBFC (@BBFC) July 5, 2018
The BBFC has given Ant-Man and the Wasp a 12A certificate in the UK for moderate violence.
The Marvel film starring Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly is released in the UK on 3rd August 2018 and is the 11th Marvel film and the third this year.
ANT-MAN AND THE WASP (12A) moderate violence https://t.co/Q0CxkGAdHM— BBFC (@BBFC) July 2, 2018
The first Equalizer film did OK business across the world, clearly enough to warranty a sequel.
Sony Pictures today release the first trailer for The Equalizer 2 starring Denzel Washington in the lead role.
Gritty and full of violence it looks like this film follows in the foot steps of the original - check it out come August 17th.
Marvel/Disney release the first trailer for this years sequel Ant-man And The Wasp with Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly.
Also starring Michael Douglas the film is set for release in August of 2018 and will be the fourth Marvel film of the year.
Check out the trailer and the new poster below.
In the US last weekend Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L Jackson head up with The Hitmans Bodyguard and a small $21 million on their debut weekend.
Not many punters went to the cinema in the US this last weekend, probably all traveling to The Great American Eclipse that happened on Monday, so the top film has the smallest opening in many a week.
The end of August is never a big time for releases with the school returning after the summer and many big name blockbusters waiting for the lucrative holiday season.
Falling to number 2 is Annabelle Creation with a weekend take of $15.5 million, this brings the horror films total to $64 million from 2 weekends of release.
Also new this week was Daniel Craig in Lucky Logan which made its debut at 3 with $8 million.
Spider-Man Homecoming was the top total grossing film of the weekend with the film now having taken $314 million and also the longest running film with 7 weeks on the chart.
Actor Daniel Craig has confirmed that he will play James Bond in the new movie which will be his fifth time.
After production of Spectre, the last Bond movie, he was unsure if he would return.
OFFICIAL: Daniel Craig is back for Bond 25! "Yes," Craig told Colbert point-blank, when asked. "I always wanted to, I wanted a break"— James Bond (@jamesbondlive) August 16, 2017
New trailer for the hotly anticipated Stephen King adaptation The Dark Tower.
Starring Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey the trailer shows plenty of what the film promises but doesn't give too much away.
Set for release on 18th August this will be one to watch.
A quiet time of year with no major blockbusters newly released on home video has Mechanic Resurrection climbing to the top of the chart and Dog Eat Dog the highest new film at number 17!
Its unusual for films to climb to the top of the video charts, and when they do they are usually big box office hits, so to have Mechanic Resurrection do the feat us unusual, but from an entry at number 2 last week it climbs.
Jason Statham must have a strong following as the film which was released on 26th August 2016 entered the box office at number 10 with just over half a million on its debut.
The film only laster 2 weeks before falling from the chart and it took £1.1 million during its cinema run.
Sausage Party falls from the top of the chart where it made its debut last week to number 3 this week.
Highest, and only, new entry is the Nicholas cage film Dog Eat Dog, a minor hit that was released November 2016 it didn't chart and took £1,152.
After last weeks almost static home video chart this week we have 5 in the top 10 alone with Sausage Party leading the way by landing at number 1 with £2.7 million on its debut.
Sausage Party was released in the UK on 2nd September 2015 where it landed at number 1, a good debut for an 18 rated animated movie.
After a couple of weeks at he top it then took a sharp decline down the box office spending just 5 weeks in cinemas in total.
Despite this relatively short box office run it actually did really well and ended up with a total gross of £7.5 million.
Also new this week, at number 2 is Mechanic Resurrection a number 10 film from August, Bad Moms at number 3 a number 2 film from August and finishing off the top 5 is Brotherhood a number 2 films from early September.
Also making their debut this week are The Purge Election Year at number 8 a number 5 film from August and finally War Dogs at 13 a number 4 film from August.
No change for the number one film on the UK home video charts this week with Suicide Squad holding film for a second week.
Highest new film of the week is at number 7 with the film version of The Office, David Brent Life On The Road.
The David Brent film was released at UK cinemas on 19th August 2016 where it entered at number 3, kept from the top by Finding Dory and Suicide Squad.
It quickly fell out of the top 10 after only 2 weeks but spent another 6 weeks in cinemas, after 8 weeks it made £ 3.6 million.
Also new this week is Swallows And Amazons a number 8 film from August 2016.
All the summer blockbusters are hitting home video at the moment and this week its the turn of the bad guy superhero film Suicide Squad which knocks off Finding Dory.
Suicide Squad hit UK cinemas on 5th August 2016, it made its debut at the top and stayed there for 2 weeks, it took an excellent £11.2 million on its debut the 55th highest ever in the UK.
The film has a good 6 week run at the box office where its final UK gross was £33 million making it the 83rd highest grossing film ever.
It also did well globally, in America it took $325 million and globally it took $745.6 million making it the 74th highest grossing film ever.
Finding Dory, after a single week at the top falls to number 2 this week.
Also new on the home video chart are: Absolutely Fabulous The Movie at number 3, a number 2 box office hit from July 2016, Petes Dragon at 8, it hit number 6 on he box office in August and The Shallows at number 19, a low budget film that hit number 8 in August.
Disney/Pixar's high profile sequel Finding Dory makes its debut at the top of the UK home video chart this week knocking off The BFG.
Finding Dory has been a massive hit for the animated coupling of Disney and Pixar this year, on its release on 29th July 2016 it hit the top of the UK box office.
It has a massive first weekend gross of £8.1 million on its first weekend, its stay at the top only lasted for a single weekend initially.
After falling to 2 it then went back to the top for 2 weeks on 19th August before finally making a slow decent down the box office.
It spent 14 weeks on the top 15 before disappearing from cinemas but in the time it took at incredible £42.6 million making it the 41st top grossing movie ever in the UK, its it currently the fourth top grossing movie of 2016.
Across the globe it is the 23rd to grossing movie of all time with a global total gross of $1.026 billion.
The BFG falls from the top of the home video chart to number 3 this week after a single week at the top.
Only one other new film this week, Jason Bourne, a number 2 film from July enters at number 2.
After 4 weeks at the top of the UK home video chart Captain America is toppled by Alice Through The Looking Glass which makes its debut.
Alice Through The Looking Glass is the sequel to Tim Burtons Alice in Wonderland and was released on 5th August 2016. The film entered the UK box office at number 2 with a debut gross of £2.2 million, it failed to remove X Men Apocalypse which remained at the top.
The film did reasonably well on the box office hand hung around for 7 weeks on the top 15 before spending another 15 weeks hanging around the lower reaches of the box office.
The film made an excellent £9.9 million is total UK grosses, although compared to Alice in Wonderland which made £42 million its relatively small.
This is the first week os Disney having a big video sale and as always they have a bog impact on the video chart with 5 re-entries inside the top 10, and if you count Marvel and live action remakes they have 8 of the top 10 films.
Also new this week is Money Monster at number 9, When Marnie Was There at number 13 and Mothers Day at number 14.
For a fourth week now Captain America Civil War holds on to the top of the UK video chart, something that hasn't happened since 2013/14 and Frozen.
This most likely means that this adventure in the Captain America and Marvel Cinematic Universe will be the biggest selling video of the year, although we still have 3 months to go.
Highest new film comes in at 2 in the form of The Nice Guys, a film released in 3rd June 2016 and hit number 3 on its debut weekend.
Starring Russel Crowe and Ryan Gosling the it made just over a million pound on its debut weekend if release.
The film went on to have a fairly health 6 weeks on the box office before leaving cinemas and in that time made just over £3.7 million.
Also new this week, at 4 is animated tale Robinson Crusoe, a number 6 hit from May 2016 and Love and Friendship, a number 5 cinema hit from August 2016.
Come back next week to find out is Me Before You or Warcraft can topple Captain America from the top.
In the US this week DC comics and Warner Bros. took their anti-hero movie Suicide Squad to the top of the box office in record style on its debut.
For a movie released in August Suicide Squad has now become the first film to take over $100 on its debut, its total gross for the weekend (including Thursday previews) is $135 million.
Last weeks top film, Jason Bourne, takes a tumble to number 2 this week with $22.7 million, its total over the 10 days since release is $103 million.
Putting themselves up against Suicide Squad this week was Nine Lives which enters at number 6 with $6.5 million.
Highest grossing movie and longest run on the US box office this week is The Secret Life of Pets which has now made $319 million over 5 weeks.
This week scare fest The Conjuring 2 The Enfield Case debuts on the box office in the top spot.
A weekend take of £4.3 million easily has the film taking over at the top with no film coming anywhere near in terms of weekend take.
In comparison the first of the series took half this on its opening with £2.1 million although that film had an August debut and didn't have the British themed story.
Last weeks top film Me Before You falls to number 3 this week, a weekend take of £979,126 gives it a total gross of £6.9 million.
The Jungle Book this week is the top total grossing movie with £45.4 million and the longest stay with 10 weeks.
A year ago
Jurassic World made it 2 weeks at the top while the top new film was Take That Live broadcast from the O2 arena in London.
Five years ago
The Green Lantern made its debut at the top of the list knocking Kung Fu Panda 2 down to number 2.
Ten years ago
The Fast and The Furious Tokyo Drift was the top new film at the top, it knocked X-Men The Last Stand down to number 2.
Fifteen years ago
Pearl Harbour continued its reign at the top of the box office for a third week while the top new film was right down at number 6, Dracula 2000.
Twenty years ago
Spy Hard was the top new film of the week knocking Fargo down to number 4.
Twenty five years ago
The Silence of The Lambs remained at the top for another week with A Kiss Before Dying new at number 2.
We're into the new year and the first video release after christmas makes it way to number 1 in the shape of Hitman Agent 47.
The film was a small hit at the box office being released on 28th August 2015 where it entered the chart at number 3 with a debut gross of £0.9 million.
Not wanting to hang around for too long the film slid down to number 10 the following week where is then left cinemas.
Largely considered a bomb the film make just shy of £2 million in total at the UK box office, the film didn't fare much better on the world stage where it made $22 million worldwide.
Inside Out fell from the top of the box office, where it stayed for 3 weeks, to number 4 this week.
Other new film this week are: Rise of The Footsoldier Part II which is new at 3, The Transporter Refuelled new at number 10 and Sinister 2 new at 13.
On the UK video chart this week, with Christmas fast approaching, Pixar's Inside Out makes a return to the top of the video chart.
The film was released 3 weeks ago and was knocked off by Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation last week, Rogue Nation drops to number 2 this week.
Highest new film of the week is Fantastic Four which enters the video chart at number 3 this week.
The film was released in cinemas on 7th August 2015 at the top of the UK box office with a debut gross of £2.6 million.
The film was received with terrible reviews and the movie going public generally didn't like it, hence the film lasted for just 3 week on the box office and grossed just £5.6 million.
Also new this week are Paper Towns which enters at number 11 and The Bad Education Movie which is new at number 12.
D23 has shaped up nicely with plenty of new info about the forthcoming star Wars films.
Check out this excellent first photo from Rogue One A Star Wars Story, and a new logo revealing the anthology film as a Star Wars Story.
First Star Wars: Rogue One photo and logo! pic.twitter.com/Z9Iawww08z— TrailerAddict (@TrailerAddict) August 15, 2015
This week a new release takes over at the top of the chart in the shape of the Luc Besson directed Lucy.
Starring Scarlett Johansson the film was released at UK cinemas in August of 2014 where it entered the box office chart at number 1 and stayed there for 2 weeks.
It took £ 3.07 million on it's debut week of release and stuck around the box office chart for 7 weeks in the top 15 and then another 3 outside.
During it's release it made a total gross of £14.6 million making it the 292nd highest grossing film of all time in the UK.
Last weeks top film, Left Behind, falls to number 3 this week after a single week at the top.
Also new this week is Before I Go to Sleep at 2.
Worthy of a mention also, for another week, is Frozen which this week slips down from number 2 to number 7, after 42 weeks inside the top 5 this is it's first time this low.
The biggest selling video of the year is staying put at the top of the video chart this week, for a second week, although it is it's fourth time there.
It's also having a resurgence at the box office in the sing along version, hundreds of kids belting Let It Go at the top of their voices, a must for any parent!
Highest new film of the week is right down at Seven, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For makes a soft entry on it's debut week.
The sequel to the 2005 film, Sin City, was released on 29th August this year and had a very soft entry at 4 with just over £1 million in weekend takings.
The film fell to 12 the following week and then left the box office after just 2 weeks of release, it took only £1.6 million on it;s whole run.
With Christmas just round the corner no big new releases to mention except for Into The Storm which enters at number 20.
With no big new releases this week the video chart is left to the mercy of the ver present Frozen which duly goes back to the top of the video chart, in it's 36th week.
Last week top film, The Inbetweeners 2, falls just a single place to 2 this week after just 1 week at the top.
Highest new film of the week as it 3, The Expendables 3, starring a whole host of movie tough guys including Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The Expendables 3 was release in UK cinemas on 15th August where it debuted at number 3. It had a short UK box office run of just 3 weeks.
During that time it grossed £3.7 million never climbing highest than 3. It is by far the lowest grossing of the franchise to date.
Other new film this week are: One Direction Where We Are at 15 and The Nut Job at 17
The inbetweeners 2 takes hold of the video chart number 1 spot on it's debut week of release pushing Guardians of The Galaxy fro the top to third.
The second Inbetweeners movie was released in cinemas on 8th August this year when it broke records by having the highest first day gross for a comedy, it took £12.5 million over it's debut weekend.
It saw a couple of weeks at the top, but had a very front loaded audience as the film only spent 6 weeks on the chart, but it grossed £34.6 million in the process.
In comparison the first movie of the series was on the box office for 9 weeks and took £45 million.
The Inbetweeners 2 is the 56th highest grossing film in the UK, it's not been released in the US yet.
Frozen this week goes back up to the number 2 spot, there is simply no stopping this films sales.
Other new films include Hercules and Planes Fire and Rescue.
At the UK box office this week there is a first for UK cinema, the single day screening of Billy Elliot the musical, screened live at cinemas across the country tops the box office.
Event cinema has become bigger and bigger in the UK over the last couple of years, Back to the Future this August was massive and Doctor Who has had a couple, none so far have come close to Billy Elliot's £1.9 million gross.
Surprisingly it beats into second place the much anticipated The Equalizer starring Denzel Washington, it was a close race but the 80's TV show remake's gross of £1.89 million was just shy of the number 1 film.
Two other film entered the box office this week inside the top 15
What We Did On Our Holiday at 4
Maps to the Stars at number 15
This time last year Prisoners took over at the top from Ron Howard's Rush which went back to number 2 after a single week at the top.
Five years ago the remake of 70's classic Fame hit the box office summit on it's debut week knocking Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs after a week at the top.
Ten years ago it was all change at the top end of the box office with Wimbledon taking the number 1 spot knocking Collateral down to 3.
Fifteen years ago The Haunting made it's debut at the top while Eyes Wide Shut fell to the 3rd positon after a couple of weeks at the top.
14 years after their first appearance on the big screen the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are back and dominating the box office.
In a surprise move the Turtles stormed the box office beating expectation and knocking last weeks top film Guardians of the Galaxy from the top spot.
The Turtles took a $65 million (including Thursday night previews) over it's debut weekend, making it one of the biggest August debuts, it's a boon a good year for August debuts with Guardians breaking the record last week.
Guardians of the Galaxy fell to number 2 this week, taking $42 million for the weekend it has not made $176 million in the US after 2 weeks of release.
Also hitting the US box office are:
Into The Storm - number 3 with $18 million
The Hundred-Foot Journey - at number 4 with $11 million
Step up 5 All In - number 6 with $6.5 million
At the UK box office over the weekend there was no doubt which film was going to be the biggest, and in the process a new franchise is born in the superhero stable.
The Marvel/Disney stable bring another franchise to the big screen in the shape of Guardians of the Galaxy, and unlike their Avengers counterparts these are a bunch of misfits.
Guardians took a very respectable £6.3 million to make number 1, comparing Guardians to Avenger (called Avengers Assemble in the UK) that film released in 2012 had a £15.7 million opening, nearly double that of Guardians.
Although Avengers was not a sequel as such it did have a number of high grossing companion films before it including Iron Man and Thor.
Last weeks top film, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, falls a single place to 2 this week after 3 weeks of release, its total gross is £23.4 million.
Also worth a mention this week; Secret Cinema are showing a months worth of Back to the Future screening in surroundings based on the films Hill Valley, this took the nearly 30 year old film back to number 7 this week.
Also new is
The Nut Job at 6
This time last year The Smurfs 2 hit the top of the box office on it's debut knocking The Wolverine to number 4.
Five years ago Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince was still at the top keeping the highest new entry at 2, G-Force.
Ten years ago King Arthur took the top spot on it's debut which left Spider-Man 2 to tumble to second place.
Fifteen years ago Mike Myers stared in Austin Powers The Spy Who Shagged Me which knocked Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace into second place.
Twenty years ago in the month of August Jim Carey was on a wave after Ace Ventura and The Mask was sitting as the top film of the month.
Twenty Five years ago Lethal Weapon 2 was the biggest film of August.
In the US this weekend there was only really one film in the shape of Marvel/Disney's latest franchise Guardians of the Galaxy.
From the same studio that has broken box office takings over the past years as Avengers Assemble, Iron Man and Captain America to name a few, Guardians of the Galaxy posts the highest August gross ever.
There was speculation over the new franchise and is there was room in an already crowded superhero market, but it looks like there is still room for good entertaining films, and the positive reviews wont have hurt at all.
Audience reaction was positive as well, and pitch at older teenagers during the holiday period this could have lasting appeal and another Billion dollar film from Marvel could be on the cards.
Also out his week, and making a solid debut at 3 is Get on Up, a biographic film of James Brown, the film debut's with a $14 million weekend.
Check out the US box office on 25thframe.co.uk
As expected this week there was no stopping Dawn of the Planet of the Apes as it very easily and without competition took to the top of the charts on it;s debut weekend.
Grossing £8.7 million from Thursday to Sunday it took more than the rest of the box office combined.
Dawn well and truly out preformed it predecessor Rise of the planet of the Apes which took £5.8 million on it's debut weekend in August 2011, it went on to gross £20.5 in total.
Dawn should go on to out-gross that film and could come close to £25 - 30 million in the UK.
Also worth a mention this weekend is two even movies that got themselves inside the top 5 on the box office chart, Monty Python Live (Mostly) made number 4 with £1.8 million which Andre Rieu took him Maastricht concert to number 5 with £830,000.
Other new film to debut this week are:
Pudsey The Dog The Movie at 7
This time last year Monsters University held on to the top spot which mean The Worlds End debuted at 2.
Five years ago Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince made it's debut at the top of the box office knocking the previous number 1, Ice Age: Dawn of The Dinosaurs, to number 2.
Ten years ago say Spider-Man 2 make it's cinematic debut at the top of the box office knocking Shrek 2 into the number 2 spot.
Fifteen years ago was an historical time in cinema as the much anticipated, and to an extent much hated, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace made it's UK debut at the top, 2 months after it's US debut. The Mummy fell to number 2.
The Wolf of Wall Street retains it's lead at the top of the DVD/Blu-ray charts this week as there were no big new releases to challenge the top.
Despite no new releases the film at number 2 could have re-taken the top for a 3rd time, Disney monster smash Frozen moves back up the chart this week.
Highest new film of the week is I, Frankenstein from director Stuart Beattie and starring Aaron Eckhart.
The film was released at UK cinemas on 31st January this year, making a small ripple on the charts at number 4 where it took £811,365 on it's debut.
It only lasted 2 weeks dropping to 13 following it's debut and grossed a total of £1.27 million in the UK.
Also new this week
August Ostage County
Inside Llewyn Davis
I'm not too much looking forward to the reboot of Robocop, the original is a classic of it's time, and more to the point it's of it's time.
The Total Recall remake (also a Paul Verhoeven film) was a complete dud and really missed the point, but lets judge when we see the finished product.
A OmniCorp website has been setup to start promoting the film and a short video, very similar to the original films, has also been released, check it our below, and while your there check out the new ED-209.
August 2014 is when the film will get a UK release, can we wait?
Anyone who has been to a Disney Park in America in the last 20 years will most likely have been on the Star Tours ride, a ride which was quite revolutionary and fun when first opened and I remember having multiple goes on when I first went to Disneyland in 1991.
Disney has announced that they are to close the ride and give it a re-imagining makeover which will open in 2011. By this they mean give it Disney 3D, improve the effects, and make the experience more thrilling.
The current ride is to have a massive send off in Florida's Disney World film park on August 14th titled Last Tour to Endor. If you happen to be in the area proceedings start at 8pm and go on till 1pm and you can but tickets at the Star Wars Celebration site.
At $75 I don't think I'll be attending but if you are a Star Wars fanatic and want to say goodbye to an old friend then this is your chance. Let me know if you happen to go.
Check out the poster below