Movie re­leases for spring

QT Magazine - - EN­TER­TAIN­MENT -

WHILE many of this year’s ma­jor block­busters are be­hind us, Septem­ber to Novem­ber is de­liv­er­ing some nice lit­tle gems for Ip­swich movie­go­ers.

Night School

Out: Septem­ber 27

Fresh from his smash hit Cen­tral In­tel­li­gence, Kevin Hart stars in this com­edy about an ev­ery­day man who ac­ci­den­tally blows up his work­place. Forced to at­tend night school to get his high school cer­tifi­cate, he has to deal with mis­fit stu­dents and a teacher who thinks he’s dumb as a post.


Out: Oc­to­ber 4

While still one of the favourites for the role of the next James Bond, Tom Hardy stars in this Marvel su­per­hero movie with a dif­fer­ence. Just watch the trailer and you’ll re­alise that this is a darker tale that will also please fans of the comic book se­ries.

Bad Times At The El Royale

Out: Oc­to­ber 11

A movie that has ‘cult hit’ writ­ten all over it. This is the tale of seven strangers, each with a se­cret to bury, who meet at a run-down ho­tel in Lake Ta­hoe in 1960s Cal­i­for­nia. Over the course of a fate­ful night, they all get one last shot at re­demp­tion be­fore ev­ery­thing goes wrong.

First Man

Out: Oc­to­ber 11

The star and direc­tor of La La Land team up again for this tale of the first man on the moon and what it took to make the land­ing happen. Direc­tor Damien Chazelle and ac­tor Ryan Gosling take you through the years 1961–1969 as NASA com­mit­ted to the pro­ject, no mat­ter what the cost.

A Star Is Born

Out: Oc­to­ber 18

The orig­i­nal with Judy Gar­land came out in 1954, then the re­make with Bar­bra Streisand hit screens in 1976. Now we have Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper in this retelling for a whole new au­di­ence. Early re­ports have been pos­i­tive and any doubts about Lady Gaga’s suit­abil­ity for the role should quickly be put to bed.


Out: Oc­to­ber 25

With the Saw movie fran­chise now dead and buried, what bet­ter way to spend Hal­loween than with this new movie star­ring Jamie Lee-Cur­tis who re­vis­its her most fa­mous role. Are teens in 2018 as eas­ily scared as they were in the 1970s? Should be fun find­ing out.

Bo­hemian Rhap­sody

Out: Novem­ber 1

The story of Fred­die Mercury and Queen, it will hit a big chord with Aussie movie­go­ers and mu­sic fans alike. If the trailer doesn’t give you shiv­ers, then it’s prob­a­bly not for you. As for the rest of us, it’s a case of: Take. My. Money. Now.


Rami Malek in a scene from the movie Bo­hemian Rhap­sody which opens Novem­ber 1.

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