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The Front

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Directed by

Tom McLoughlin


Monique Lamont
Daniel Sunjata
Win Garano
Ashley Williams
Joe Grifasi
Mr. Zeffirelli
Cal Tradd
Diahann Carroll
Zak Santiago
Patricia Cornwell
Stephanie Crosby
Zoe Doyle
Nurse #2
Rothaford Gray
Detective #1
Staci Gruber
Quancetia Hamilton
Heather Hanson
Cal's Mother
Jack Hourigan
David Keeley
Howard Mather
Richard Leacock
Steve Lindstedt
Barry MacGregor
Carolyne Maraghi
Jamie Mason
Sean McCann
Dr. Hunter
Kerri Smith
Raggedy Ann
Shant Srabian
Matt Bois
Lonnie Paris
Daniel Della Penna
Young Zefferelli
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Year: 2010
 90 minutes (1 hrs 30 mins)
US release date US release: 17th April 2010
MPAA Age Rating: The Front TV-14 age rating 

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At the UK box office this week, Friday, 31st May 2019, there is 3 new releases looking to take your attention at the local multiplex and break into the box office chart next week.

Godzilla: King Of The Monsters

First up at cinemas this week is Sci-Fi movie Godzilla: King Of The Monsters directed by Michael Dougherty who also directed Krampus in 2015 which grossed £1,184,159.

It stars Kyle Chandler who last starred in First Man and Vera Farmiga who last appeared in The Front Runner.


Next on the new release schedule is Booksmart, this new Comedy movie stars Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein.

The film is brought to us by new director Olivia Wilde.


Also out this week is Ma which is directed by Tate Taylor who directed Pretty Ugly People in 2008.

It stars Octavia Spencer and Diana Silvers.

Check back on Monday to see where these films end up on the Weekend Box Office Chart.

Come back next week when there are 3 new releases hitting cinemas.

  • X-Men: Dark Phoenix you can see from Wednesday, 5th June
  • Gloria Bell is in cinemas Friday, 7th June
  • Late Night get released on Friday, 7th June

It has been announced that the Star Trek/Mission: Impossible 4 director J.J. Abrams is going to be directing the upcoming Star Wars sequel.

Ever since Disney bought Lucasfilms, and the Star Wars franchise in the process, announcing that there would be an episodes 7, 8 and 9 of the long running saga, the main question has been, who will direct?

Abrams name has been one of the front runners, either is fans hoping for a decent director or in leaked information, but is not suprise, and of great relief that he will be at the helm.

Also confirmed is that the production (or leadership duties as the website calls it) will be Kathleen Kennedy and the screen play will be done by Michael Arndt, who is also a life long Star Wars fan.

Good news all round really? In a word yes, Abrams has the ability to turn things around, and is a brilliant director. The transformation he has done with Star Trek is nothing short of amazing, he taken the pure essence of the franchise, turned it full circle on it's head and allowed it to live a new life BUT he has kept it pure to the original. Also he took the flagging franchise of Mission:Impossible and produced possibly the best film of the series.

I think largely fan concerns that Disney would turn the series into a money spinning load on nonsense has been largely laid to rest, and quite possible the series will be given a new lease of life after the prequel trilogy tried to kill it.

The American Library of congress has added Airplane! and what is arguably the best of the Star Wars movies, The Empire Strikes Back, to the National Film Registry in a year where both films lost key legendary figures

The great Lesley Nielsen turned from a serious actor into a legendary comic actor in Airplane! who died at the end of November and Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back was directed Irvin Kershner who died just one day before.

These 2 additions are joined by 23 other film which includes classics such as The Exorcist, The Pink Panther, which also lost its director, Blake Edwards, this year and Saturday Night Fever.

The creator of Star Wars, George Lucas, has two connection with the list, The Empire Strikes Back which he wrote and produced and THX1138 which was his feature film debut.

The full list of additions is as follows:
Airplane! (1980)
All the President's Men (1976)
The Bargain (1914)
Cry of Jazz (1959)
Electronic Labyrinth: THX 1138 4EB (1967)
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
The Exorcist (1973)
The Front Page (1931)
Grey Gardens (1976)
I Am Joaquin (1969)
It's a Gift (1934)
Let There Be Light (1946)
Lonesome (1928)
Make Way for Tomorrow (1937)
Malcolm X (1992)
McCabe and Mrs. Miller (1971)
Newark Athlete (1891)
Our Lady of the Sphere (1969)
The Pink Panther (1964)
Preservation of the Sign Language (1913)
Saturday Night Fever (1977)
Study of a River (1996)
Tarantella (1940)
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (1945)
A Trip Down Market Street (1906)