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Directed by
Anthony Rapp
Adam Pascal
Jesse L. Martin
Wilson Jermaine Heredia
Idina Menzel
Tracie Thoms
Taye Diggs
Julia Roth
Porscha Radcliffe
Stephen Payne
Darryl Chan
Ken Clark
R.C. Ormond
David Fine
Mackenzie Firgens
Jason Foster
Daniel London
Aaron Lohr
Wayne Wilcox
Bianca Sams
Heather Barberie
Liisa Cohen
Sharon Ferrol-Young
Liz Ramos
Kristin Medwick
Katie Weber
Angela McConnell
Feleciana Stevenson
Kim Williams
Damia Foti
Laura Padierne
Kevin Hagan
Brian Delate
Aisha De Haas
Michael Rosales
Niyuk Hairell
Larissa Kiernan
Marco De La Cruz
Ericka Harden
Truc Luong
Megan Biolchini
Nick Scoggin
John Champion
Titus West
Renda Pettis
Alison De Olivera
Debbie De Coudreaux
Chris Chalk
Cory DuVal
Clarke Devereux
Corey Rosen
Shaun Earl
Matthew Dickens
Tara Nicole Hughes
Troy Christian
Gigi Hunter
Kevin Alexander Stea
Robert Prescott Lee
Sebastien Poffet
Linda Cevallos
Roosevelt Flenoury
Mike Garibaldi
Rod Arrants
Jennifer Siebel Newsom
Sarah Silverman
Daryl Edwards
Anna Deavere Smith
Kevin Blackton
Bettina Devin
Corinne Blum
David Stewart
Marcos Estebez
Emily Rahe
Vivis Cortez
Nicole Cherie Flores
James Anthony Cotton
Jim Cranna
Randy Graff
Joel Swetow
Indiana Adams
Ryan Ashley
Ian Baptiste
Shannon Beach
James Blackburn
Chandler Bolt
Mike Borg
Michael E. Burgess
Jordi Caballero
Doug Campbell
James Carraway
Cabran E. Chamberlain
Jacki R. Chan
Justin Charles
Gigi Chavoshi
Rachel Montez Collins
Chris Columbus
Eleanor Columbus
Kimberly Contreras
Walter Delmar
Yeena Fisher
Naomi Frigo
Michael F. Grant
Cynthia Graves
Gordon Hart
Nina Hauser
David Alan Hodges
Kenneth Hughes
Melissa Hurley
Penny Johnson
Adam Kent
Patricia Kent
Branden Weslee Kong
Shaun Landry
Yoli Mapp
Rana McAnear
Blake McGrath
Mary McNeill
Big LeRoy Mobley
Anthony Molinari
Cory Montgomery
David Pearl
Kristin Post
Zefania Preza
Rachel Puchkoff
Caroline A. Rice
Alice Rietveld
Jeff Seaberg
Jeffrey Sherrard
John Patrick Shulak
Donn Andrew Simmons
Ray Tom
Delila Vallot
Christian Vincent
Bill Walters
Cindy Warner
James D. Weston II

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With the April 11th release dat fast approaching for the rebooted Hellboy today Lionsgate give us a new Red Band trailer.

This looks very different to the Guillermo del Toro version of the story, which is most likely done purposely, with this looking grittier and arguably more like the comic book source material.

Directed by Neil Marshall and starring David Harbour you can check out the new trailer below.

5th February 2019

Its been a quiet start to the year so far with nothing setting the box office alight and although this week is no different we do have 3 new releases in the top 5 headed by How To Train Your Dragon 3 at the top.

Green Book

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The third film in the How To Train Your Dragon series takes over at the top of the UK box office with a £5.3 million opening weekend.

Compared to the previous 2 film this is on par with the first part but below the second part which opened to £7 million plus.

Green Book

The Oscar nominated film starring Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali makes its debut at number 2 this week with a £1.6 million opening.


The James McAvoy and Bruce Willis starring film falls from the top spot this week to number 3 where is grosses just shy of a million pound on its 3rd weekend.

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Next summer Disney continue their current trend of live action remakes with the Jon Favreau directed The Lion King.

Judging from this first trailer we are in for a treat as the cinematography looks fantastic and the look and feel of the cartoon are there front and centre on the screen.

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UK BBFC Certificate: 12

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