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3rd April 2021
Marvel have released a new story driven trailer for the upcoming Black Widow stand alone origin movie.
This new trailer is more story driven than what we have seen before and spend much of the first half going over footage from the MCU featuring the title character.
We do get to see stars Scarlett Johansson, Rachel Weisz and Florence Pugh in action as the trailer continues and there are some good action sequences as the trailer concludes.
The main reason for the new trailer is just to remind us of the new release date of July 9th and that it will be theatrical and Disney+ with a premium price.
The release is still a few months away which is quite hard for fans to take after what will be close to 18 months of delays for the Phase 4 Marvel movie.
30th March 2021
Chris Rock stars in and produces the new film from the Saw series which today gets a new trailer, this time taking a more serial killer drama vibe than the hack and slash of the previous film.
As the movie turns away from the previous series which lasted for 6 movies, a 3D finale and then the stand alone movie Jigsaw, this looks to be a more serious movie in the vein of director David Fincher's Seven from 1996.
In the new trailer we get to see Chris Rock flexing his acting muscles and we also get our first proper showing of Samuel L, Jackson who plays an ex-cop and Rocks dad.
The movie is set for release on 21st May 2021 in the UK and a week earlier on 14th May in America.
23rd March 2021
Disney have taken their time to decide how to release the Marvel movie Black Widow starring Scarlett Johansson but today they have moved the movie from May 7th to July 9th and as well as movie theatres will release the movie to Disney+ Premier Access, so an extra £19.99 ($30 in America) per movie on top of your monthly cost!
With cinemas in the UK set to re-open mid May this a needed delay, although this now gives the movie a clash with Top Gun: Maverick so we could see a move there soon as well.
This new release date for Black Widow means also on the move is another Marvel movie, Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, which changes from July 9th to September 3rd, same day as Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City.
The Pixar movie Luca will still release on June 18th but will go directly to Disney+, interestingly not the extra cost Premier Access, a surprise movie as kids movies have done very well during the lockdowns?
Also on the move are Free Guy starring Ryan Reynolds which changes May 21st to August 13th, which means The King's Man is changing August 20th to December 22nd, currently the same day as Jon Chu's screen adaptation of Wicked and Kenneth Branagh's Death on the Nile which moves September 17th 2021 to February 11th 2022, currently the same day as video game adaptation Uncharted.
Finally the 101 Dalmatians prequel movie Cruella will still get a May 28th release but as well as a theatrical release will get a Disney+ with Premier Access, so yes the extra £19.99 ($30 in America).
This is a movie Disney had to make, especially for Black Widow with its much delayed release. Cinemas across the world are staring to open up as the pandemic gets under control with the rollout of the vaccine doing well, lets hope this is the last move for these movies.
With cinemas set to open in the UK around May 17th the return of the box office is still a couple of months away but getting close.
If your fed up with these moves, heres Ryan Reynolds to put a light hearted spin on it all.
NOTE: The price of Disney+ Premier Access is based on previous releases and could change at anytime.
25th February 2021
Who doesn't like a good zombie movie? If thats you then Netflix today presents the first trailer for director Zack Snyder's new movie Army Of The Dead.
This is the first new movie from the director since the controversy and personal tragedy surrounding his time with the original theatrical version of Justice League.
It good to see Snyder move away from the DC Universe for a new movie and this looks fantastic, the movie is set in Las Vegas and is a heist movie mixed in with the zombie mayhem, all in the tradition of George A. Romero's Day Of The Dead.
The movie was shot entirely on digital and there is a real feeling of a video game look and feel in many parts of the trailer which is maybe intentional, but I can see myself reaching for the Playstation controller occasionally!
It also cant be ignored the parallels between the story of a disease dominating a large city and the current global pandemic, but maybe I'm reading more into it than necessary?
The movie hits Netflix on May 21st and wont be hitting cinemas, and on a side note we are also getting Zack Snyder's 4 hours cut of Justice League on HBO Max in the US and other streaming services worldwide on March 18th.
30th December 2020
The top 15 movies in the UK this week failed to take over £100,000 as much of the UK is experiencing new lockdowns and many cinemas will have been closed on Friday, Christmas Day.
Wonder Woman 1984 retained its position at the top of the box office with ease and is responsible for 77% of this weeks box office total takings and as there were no new releases we have a fairly static top 5.
Worthy of note this week is that the number 15 movie, Michael Ball & Alfie Boe: Back Together, only took £548 and the movie with the lowest weekly from was Peter Duncan Presents Jack And The Beanstalk which dropped 60% from last weekend.
UK box office Quickview.
Uk box office top 5 breakdown weekend 25th - 27th December 2020.
After its vaguely successful debut last weekend the Wonder Woman sequel once again directed by Patty Jenkins stays at the top of the UK box office but with a 91% drop from last weekend giving it weekend gross of £72,674.
The movie starring Gal Gadot as the superhero has now taken £1.3 Million at the UK box office.
With Elf taking a tumble down the box office to number 6 the Christmas favourite from 1990 jumps up to number 2 this week with £3,840, a 93% drop from last week.
Since the movie came out in December 1990, 30 years ago, it has grossed £9.7 Million.
Entering the chart at 4 on its debut last weekend the Brenda Chapman fantasy drama jumps to number 3 this week with £3,245, 92% down from last week, for a total gross of £77,362.
Three years after Hugh Jackmans song and dance spectacular surprised the box office the 2017 movie gets another release and re-enters the box office at 4 this week with £3,231 giving the film total gross a boost to £49.6 Million.
Ben Falcone directs his wife Mellisa McCarthy in this comedy which jumps to number 5 this week with £2,254, 88% down from last weekend, giving the films a total gross of £142,455 after 3 weeks.