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Your weekend movie news round-up!


Monday blues? Then stave them off with our instalment of the weekend's hottest movie news.

Annabelle: Creation scares up box office gold

No doubt many of you were scared witless by the latest Conjuring spin-off this weekend. And it seems evil Annabelle has got the midas touch, her new movie having already grossed $71m at the global box office. No mean feat given its budget is a relatively meagre $15m.

It's yet another smash success from the burgeoning Conjuring universe, one basing itself around low budgets and maximum returns. What did you think of the movie? Let us know @Cineworld.

Tom Cruise injured on Mission: Impossible 6 set

We know what you're thinking: the Cruiser is surely invincible having clung to the outside of an airborne plane and climbed the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. But it turns out Tom is very human after all.

The 55-year-old megastar was seen limping away in pain after misjudging an all-important leap from a building during the Mission: Impossible 6 London shoot. The film is being directed by Rogue Nation's Christopher McQuarrie and is due for release on 27th July 2018. Is it time for Cruise to throw in the towel? Let us know @Cineworld.

George Clooney's new movie is "very dark"

Not just Hollywood's Mr Suave, effortlessly likeable George has carved out a niche as one of our most distinctive filmmakers. From the slippery intrigue of Confessions of a Dangerous Mind to the political machinations of The Ides of March, we're never quite sure what he'll tackle next. 

But we do know that his next project, Suburbicon, is poised to be rather different. In fact, it's set to be rather nasty, a blackly comic (and just plain black) story of 1950s domestic disruption and carnage starring Matt Damon, Julianne Moore and Oscar Isaac, scripted by the Coen brothers.

“They keep calling it a ‘comedy’ and you’d be hard-pressed to find a lot of funny in it," Clooney tells EW. "It’s a pretty angry and dark film, which is sort of what we wanted to make at the time. Every time I see someone go, ‘Yeah, it’s a black-comedy!’ you go, ‘There’s a couple of laughs, but it wasn’t designed to be ha-ha funny.'"

The trailer's below – send us your responses @Cineworld.