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25th March 2021
A new poster has been released for the upcoming Guy Ritchie movie Wrath of Man which can seen in full below.
The movie which is directed by Ritchie and has a familiar cast including the likes of Jason Statham and Jeffrey Donovan, with a US release date for the movie of 7th May and a UK release on June 25th 2021.
Synopsis of the movie
Based on the 2004 French film Cash Truck from director Nicolas Boukhrief.
A man must move hundreds of millions of dollars for an armored truck company in Los Angeles.
This is the first movie from Ritchie since 2019/2020 when he had the mega Disney hit Aladdin which grossed over a billion dollars globally and The Gentleman in 2020 which tool considerably less, but was recieved better by the critics.
A trailer for the movie has been promised for Monday 29th March so stay tuned for that.
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10th December 2019
The BBFC gives Sam Mendes new World War 1 movie 1917 a 15 age rating in the UK.
Starring George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman the movie centres around two soldiers who are sent on a dangerous mission to go across enemy territory to deliver a message which could save hundreds of men, including one of the soldiers brother.
The film is being largely favoured as the filming style in of a single shot so there are no apparent cuts in the movie and it plays out in real time.
The BBFC have given the film its 15 age rating for strong injury detail, language and it has an official runtime of 119 minutes (1 hours and 59 minutes) and the movie was passed uncut.
23rd December 2014
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.