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Vice No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.


25th January

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Alison Pill
Eddie Marsan
Justin Kirk
LisaGay Hamilton
Jesse Plemons
Bill Camp
Don McManus
Lily Rabe
Shea Whigham
Stephen Adly Guirgis
Josh Latzer
Jeff Bosley
Camille James Harman
Jillian Armenante
Matthew Jacobs
Robert L. Hughes
Scott Christopher
Amir Malaklou
Paul Perri
Edward Fletcher
Brian Chung
Kawa Mawlayee
Alex MacNicoll
Cailee Spaeny
Brandon Sklenar
Casey Sander
Joe Sabatino
Fay Masterson
Dan Gilvary
Stephen Friedrich
Kyle S. More
Robyn Wholey
Koch Betsy
Elliot Zetumer
Kirk Bovill
Brandon Bales
Brian Poth
Sam Massaro
Doug Simpson
Scott Subiono
Dennis LaValle
Al Carabello
Treisa Gary
Melissa K Marks
Chris Dougherty
John Hillner
Grace Rowe
Michael Reilly Burke
Staci Roberts Steele
William Goldman
Tony Forsmark
Adam Bartley
Daniel Bruington
Vishesh Chachra
Kevin Flood
Michael A. Naggi
Melissa Schumacher
Delpaneaux Wills
Scott Alan Smith
Paul Yoo
Brandon Firla
Omid Zader
David Yahya
Karim Saleh
Terri Cavanaugh
Stewart J. Zully
Ptolemy Slocum
Melody Hollis
Matt Champagne
Joseph Beck
Tony Graham
Alex Kingi
Vanessa Cloke
David Fabrizio
Matt Miller
Mark Bramhall
Holly Hawkins
John Kellar
Dustin Green
James Hornbeck
Robert Loftin
Kevin Symons
Stacie Greenwell
Amy Moorman
Tony Blair
Hillary Clinton
Benito Mussolini
Barbara Walters
Marc Abbink
Amber Alexander
Rafael Amadeu
Ashlen Aquila
Bailey Ardies
Garsha Arristos
Robert Artz
Ronnie Ashury
David Babbitt
Gary Ballard
Kevyn Bashore
Haley Elizabeth Benson
Scott Alan Berk
Joseph Bezenek
Osama bin Laden
Dylan James Boland
Michael Bombolo
Rocky Bonifield
Andrew Borene
Dayna Brand
Lesley Ann Braun
Todd Aaron Brotze
John Burke
Liz Burnette
Christopher M. Campos
Zoe Michele Campos
Jimmy Carter
Javier Chavarin
Robert Chestnut
Caroline Clements
Andrew Constantini
Vicki Jo Costanzo
Jonathan Cowley
Tony Cronin
Dan Crowley
Shaun Daley
Victor Dante
Rick L. Dean
Sonia Debreczeni
Adrian Dev
Michael DiBacco
Nick Drago
Karolina Kennedy Durrence
Zouhair Elghazi
Michelle Ells
Jonah Falcon
Ethan Flower
Aidan Gail
Michael Garvey
Whoopi Goldberg
Chet Grissom
Mustafa Haidari
Valerie Hall
Colyse Harger
Lucky Harmon
Gordon Hart
Calissa Hatfield
Edward Headington
Violet Hicks
R Scott Hoffman
Pilar Holland
Ginger Horne
Tara Nicole Hughes
Harvey B. Jackson
Sean T. James
Abraham Justice
Michael Lawrence Kaye
Dan Kinsella
Alex Knight
Jennifer Lamar
Richard Lawrence
Angela Leib
Elizabeth Liang
Vanessa Marie
Abigail Marlowe
Casey McDougal
Neal McNeil
Matt Merchant
Capri Milian
Palena Milian
Roman Mitichyan
Anita Moore
Shannon Mosley
Stephane Nicoli
Richard Nixon
Sabina Nogic
Matt Nolan
Damon ODaniel
Barack Obama
Don Pecchia
William Pierce
Kevin Pitcairn
Tyson Power
Allie Pratt
Bill Prudich
Deepak Raj
Bubba Dean Rambo
Ronald Reagan
Ry Richardson
Antonio Rosa
Frank Scozzari
Jeff Sessions
Obie Sims
Paige Smith
Tiffany Smith
Noah Staggs
Rome Stephens
Kate Stephens-Miller
Chuck Taber
Tim Trobec
Scott Vance
Shantiel Alexis Vazquez
John Davis Walker
Trent Walker
Marla Aaron Wapner
Alex Wexo
Eric White
David Wieler
Time Winters
Jeff Witzke
Dean Wood
Andrea Wright
Victor A Zaragoza Jr
Alina Zilbershmidt

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UK BBFC Certificate: 15
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Highest chart position: 3

Weeks on box office: 3

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13th November 2019

Spending an unprecedented sixth weekend at the top of the UK box office Joker easily beats out any new comers, The Aeronauts is the top new film coming in at number 2.


There is simply no stopping the Todd Philips directed movie at the moment as the DC villain movie makes it a cool 6 weeks at the top with a weekend gross of £1.6 Million.

The film this week became the top grossing 15 age rated film in the UK with a total gross of £54.3 Million.

The movie is also the highest total grossing film on this weeks box office and has the longest run at 6 weeks.

The Aeronauhts

The Aeronauts

Highest new film of the week flies in at number 2, although the movie has a Monday release and the weekend take is half the £1.04 Million being reported.

The film is an Amazon produced movie and will disappear onto the companies streaming service soon and its box office taking will clearly suffer.

Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil

Disney's sequel movie had a slow start but has sustained it box office over a 4 week release so far with £1.02 Million this weekend.

The film has managed a £13 Million gross so far, this is only a couple of Million below the first Maleficent movie at the same point in its run.

The Addams Family

The animated reboot of the TV show falls to number 4 this week with no Halloween to boost it with a weekend take of £1 Million.

The movie has now taken £8.2 Million after 3 weeks of release.

The Good Liar

Veteran British actors Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen team up in this number 5 new release for a £755,000 debut.

10th October 2019

Master of cinema Martin Scorsese has made his new film under the Netflix streaming service but it gets a small cinema release window and the BBFC have given it a 15 age rating in the UK.

15 Certificate

The film has Scorsese going back to his gangster crime roots and also has his first team up with Robert De Niro in many years.

Another couple of big events for the film, it is the first time Joe Pesci has appeared in a starring role since his retirement in the early 00's and it teams Robert De Niro with Al Pacino for only the 3rd time.

The BBFC have given the film a 15 rating for strong violence, language and the film has a runtime of 208 Minutes (3 hours and 28 minutes), the movie was passed uncut.

You can see The Irishman in cinemas on November 1st and on Netflix streaming from November 27th.

BBFC film link

1st October 2019

Director and writer Matthew Vaughn brings us the second trailer for his sequel movie The Kings Man.

Before we get a third in the Kingsman series we are going to be treated to a prequel and origins movie imaginatively titled The Kings Man.

The film stars Ralph Fiennes Gemma Arterton and is set around the time of the World War I and depicts how the top secret service was initiated.

Looking at the trailer I just hope this isn't basically a remake of the first Kingsman movie.

The film is released on February 14th 2020 and you can check out the trailer below.

23rd August 2019

With Disney holding their bi-annual fan conference the this weekend (August 23 - 25) their new streaming service Disney+ is going to feature heavily, and after the box office success of The Lion King and Aladdin remakes this year the company is releasing Lady And THe Tramp on the service.

Today they have released the first poster for the movie which as you can see is a re-image itself of the poster for the original animated movie from 1955.

Lady And The Tramp (1955)

The film will be a mixture of live action and CGI animation, although clearly the focus will be on the dogs which will be CGI, and similar to The Lion King the line between what is real and created on a computer will be blurred.

Disney are set to announce more for their new streaming service which boasts it will have content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic and cost around $7 a month (about £5.70 at current exchange rate).

23rd August 2019

Being held in Anaheim California August 23rd - 25th the Ultimate Disney Fan Event is held by the company on a bi-annual basis and gives the fans news on the latest movies, TV shows and theme parks.

What can we expect for this years event? With a new Star Wars movie around the corner, the end of the phase 3 Marvel Cinematic Universe, a new Frozen movie on the horizons and an area of the Disney theme parks dedicated to Star Wars!

Lucasfilm (Star Wars)

Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker

There may not be a new trailer coming out of the D23 expo for Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker but we can expect a behind the scenes reel, as we did with the last 2 films, with new footage and most likely, and just maybe we'll get an official movie poster.

There may also be some news on the new trilogy of films that are set for release every other year from December 2023.

There has been a feeling that we have had too much Star Wars in recent years so after this years movie expect the whole franchise to go quiet until the promotion starts for he 2023 movie.

Disney are releasing their own streaming service this year, Disney+, and the Star Wars Universe ig going to feed into this a lot over the years between The Rise Of Skywalker and the next cinematic adventure including the much anticipated The Mandalorian for which there will likely be a trailer.

Lets not also forget that other Lucasfilms franchise, Indianan Jones. The next movie has already been delayed but is going ahead with Harrison Ford, little is known but with a whole area dedicated to the film studio there could well be some mention of the original tomb raider.

Marvel Cinematic Universe

Black Widow

The MCU phase 3 went out with a massive bang and Avengers: Engame became the top grossing movie of all time and Spider-Man: Far from home grossed over a Billion at the box office, so the phase 4 has a lot to live up to.

The first spanner in the works is the breakdown of the Disney and Sony (who own Spider-Man) partnership so don't expect to hear anything from the Spidey franchise, but with the acquisition of Fox by Disney every other Marvel character can now be used by Disney so expect to see the likes of X-Men and Fantastic 4 cropping up, not that we'll hear anything at D23.

There should be more news on the confirmed project like Shang-Chi, Black Widow and Thor: Love And Thunder, maybe there will even be a trailer for the Scarlett Johansson starring movie which is the first of these movie out the door next March.

Again the Disney+ streaming service, due for launch this year, will be a major part of the MCU going forward with the prospect of TV series adding to the Universe as well as movies.


Avatar logo

One of the properties that Disney aquired when it bought Fox was James Camerons former highest grossing movie Avatar and all planed sequels.

They have been a long time coming but with the opening of the Pandora area (the planet in the movie) in Animal Kingdom in Orlando Disney are keen to get the sequels made and have announced they will be released bi-yearly fron 2022.

There will be an Avatar area as the expo and the possibility of more information of the sequels which are being made back to back.

Walt Disney Animation Studios And Pixar

Frozen II

Lets not forget the animated Disney Movies! On the horizon is Frozen II, which is kind of a big deal, the original film is still the true highest grossing animated movie of all time (not counting the new The Lion King movie) and became a cultural phenomenon back in 2013.

The trailers have promised much and we could see more footage from the film which is set for release at the end of 2019.

It has been announced that there will be a Moana area coming to Epcot in the revamp of the Walt Disney World park, this could be a sign that there is a sequel to the 2016 animated movie.

Pixar will also be showing off its future movies Onwards and Soul at a presentation during the weekend.

Little has beed seen from these movies from the digital animated arm of the company except for a trailer for Onwards, so fans are excited to see more and this is the perfect platform.

There is of course much more that will come out of the Expo so come back regularly to get all the latest news.