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Keep up with future Australian cinema releases

Always be in the know with what's coming to the big screen and when, with STACK's guide to future Australian cinema releases. Check back regularly for schedule updates, and note that release dates can change without notice.

 


BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

In Cinemas: March 23rd 2017
Starring: Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Luke Evans
Director: Bill Condon
It’s a tale as old as time and now Disney is giving it the live-action remake treatment that has also brought classic animations like Cinderella and The Jungle Book to life. A once selfish prince has been turned into a rotten beast and will stay that way unless he can find true love before the enchanted rose loses its last petal. When a young woman trades herself with his prisoner (her father), a budding romance may give him his last chance.
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LIFE

LIFE

In Cinemas: March 23rd 2017
Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson, Ryan Reynolds
Director: Daniel Espinosa
By this point we would have thought humans have enough common sense to not interact with alien matter, yet here we are with another tutorial on what not to do. Gravity meets Alien when the crew on the International Space Station make first contact with extra-terrestrial life, which of course doesn’t go well. The organism begins to grow at a frightening rate – not just in size but also in intelligence.
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POWER RANGERS

In Cinemas: March 23rd 2017
Starring: Dacre Montgomery, Naomi Scott, RJ Cyler
Director: Dean Israelite
It’s morphin time! Five high school kids unwillingly become the next generation of warriors known as the Power Rangers. Mentored by the great Walter White – aka Bryan Cranston – they embark on a mission armed with newfound powers to defeat ex-Power Ranger, Rita Repulsa (Elizabeth Banks). The Rangers’ new Iron Man-esque armour is quite a step up from their ‘90s skin-tight suits.
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THE BOSS BABY

In Cinemas: March 23rd 2017
Starring: Alec Baldwin, Steve Buscemi, Jimmy Kimmel
Director: Tom McGrath
Babies have always been head of the house, but this particular tot takes it up a notch. Embarking on an itty-bitty sized mission, this suit-wearing infant joins the household as a cover. His mission? Find out why puppies are receiving more love and affection than babies. But his major obstacle turns out to be his older brother, who has an only child complex.
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A MAN CALLED OVE

In Cinemas: March 30th 2017
Starring: Rolf Lassgård, Bahar Pars, Filip Berg
Director: Hannes Holm
One of Snow White's dwarfs, specifically known as Grumpy, has found himself starring in a Swedish film. This heart-warming comedy is about a crotchety old man who becomes suicidal after losing his beloved wife. Doesn't really sound uplifting? Wait until an unexpected friendship surfaces after his new neighbours knock over his mailbox. Is that better?
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GHOST IN THE SHELL

In Cinemas: March 30th 2017
Starring: Scarlett Johansson, Michael Pitt, Pilou Asbæk
Director: Rupert Sanders
“They created me, but they cannot control me.” Scarlett Johansson’s character is a cyber-human hybrid that heads a task force to put an end to cyber-criminals and hackers. But the new baddie in town may uncover a past secret that her company has kept hidden from her. Based on the Japanese manga, you know this is going to be a psychedelic FX-filled ride.
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LAND OF MINE

In Cinemas: March 30th 2017
Starring: Roland Møller, Mikkel Følsgaard
Director: Martin Zandvliet
This Danish-German historical drama was nominated for a Best Foreign Film Oscar this year. Teenaged German prisoners are sent to clear a field of 45,000 mines in Denmark with the promise they can leave once the task is complete. But will this have explosive consequences? Aside from having a great title, the high concept premise makes this a must-see.
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SMURFS: THE LOST VILLAGE

In Cinemas: March 30th 2017
Starring: Demi Lovato, Mandy Patinkin, Danny Pudi
Director: Kelly Asbury
Had enough of all those live-action Smurf films? The good news is that the little blue ones are heading back to their animated roots in this 3D feature. Smurfette is having a hard time fitting into the village without having a purpose. But when she encounters someone oddly similar to her who leaves behind a map, Smurfette makes it her mission to find the lost village before Gargamel.
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THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE

In Cinemas: March 30th 2017
Starring: Will Arnett, Zach Galifianakis, Michael Cera
Director: Chris McKay
We all laughed when The LEGO Movie was announced (how do you make a film about toy blocks?), but it was the filmmakers who had the last laugh when it turned out to be awesome and a massive hit! The latest LEGO block-buster is led by Lego Batman. In protecting Gotham, the brooding hero may need to relax his ‘lone vigilante’ policy and work with others to save it this time – even if that means a bromance with The Joker and working with Robin.
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CHIPS

In Cinemas: April 6th 2017
Starring: Dax Shepard, Michael Peña, Vincent D'Onofrio
Director: Dax Shepard
Based on the ‘70s TV series, two California Highway Patrol officers find themselves in a partnership that causes more mayhem than it fixes. One’s a beaten up pro biker trying to stabilise his life and marriage, while the other is a cocky undercover FBI agent investigating possible crooked cops inside the CHP. This will be a fun ride.
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DANCE ACADEMY: THE MOVIE

In Cinemas: April 6th 2017
Starring: Xenia Goodwin, Alicia Banit, Dena Kaplan
Director: Jeffrey Walker
The last season of the hit Australian show Dance Academy ended in sorrow when Tara suffered a major injury during an audition. The film takes place 18 months after the fiasco and Tara, having recovered to the point of walking again, has not danced since. Following her quest to get back on the dance floor, we also catch up with the other characters and where they are now. Who knew dance could be so intense?
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THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS

In Cinemas: April 12th 2017
Starring: Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham
Director: F. Gary Gray
Someone needs to sit these boys down to watch Lilo & Stitch so they can discover the true meaning of ‘ohana (family). For reasons yet to be revealed, Fast 8 sees Dominic (Diesel) turning against his ragtag family after being seduced by the mysterious Cipher (Charlize Theron).
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Colossal

COLOSSAL

In Cinemas: April 13th 2017
Starring: Anne Hathaway, Jason Sudeikis, Dan Stevens
Director: Nacho Vigalondo
After losing her job and boyfriend in New York, Gloria (Anne Hathaway) moves back to her hometown, where things soon turn freaky. In a comedic take on the Kaiju genre, she appears to be unwillingly controlling a large Godzilla-type monster that’s attacking South Korea. Talk about one hell of an out of body experience!
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Denial

DENIAL

In Cinemas: April 13th 2017
Starring: Rachel Weisz, Tom Wilkinson, Timothy Spall
Director: Mick Jackson
A dramatisation of the Irving v Penguin Books Ltd case, in which David Irving (Timothy Spall) filed a defamation lawsuit against scholar Deborah Lipstadt (Rachel Weisz), who labeled him as a Holocaust denier in her books. This provocative drama follows the trial and Irving’s attempts to prove the Holocaust did not happen, while Lipstadt is required to provide proof that it did.
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Personal-Shopper

PERSONAL SHOPPER

In Cinemas: April 13th 2017
Starring: Kristian Stewart, Lars Eidinger, Sigrid Bouaziz
Director: Olivier Assayas
At its first screening, people booed and walked out. At the second screening it received a standing ovation. This is a French film full of mixed balls. Maureen (Stewart) is a highly regarded personal shopper for the stars who also happens to be a psychic medium. Following the death of her brother, she recounts an oath she made to him – whoever dies first will send the other a sign – and consequently becomes obsessed with contacting him.
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Berlin-Syndrome

BERLIN SYNDROME

In Cinemas: April 20th 2017
Starring: Teresa Palmer, Max Riemelt
Director: Cate Shortland
Teresa Palmer plays an Aussie on a backpacking adventure in Berlin. You know, for the life experience, to find herself, etc. But the one place she didn’t want to find herself on this trip was being held captive. A one-night stand with a local guy turns ugly when he locks her inside his apartment with no intention of letting her go.
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Going-in-Style

GOING IN STYLE

In Cinemas: April 20th 2017
Starring: Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, Alan Arkin
Director: Zack Braff
Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? These old geezers don’t have much excitement in their lives aside from the thrills of the latest Bachelor episode. So when their pension payments are frozen, they plan a heist to get their money back from the system. An update of the 1979 film of the same name starring Art Carney, George Burns and Lee Strasberg.
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Raw

RAW

In Cinemas: April 20th 2017
Starring: Garance Marillier, Ella Rumpf, Rabah Naït Oufella
Director: Julia Ducournau
This grisly French-Belgian horror film had people fainting during festival screenings. Having just enrolled at veterinary school, vegetarian Justine (Marillier) takes part in an initiation ceremony that unleashes something dark and primal inside her. One of the hazing rituals requires her to consume raw meat, resulting in a descent into madness and cannibalism.
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Table-19

TABLE 19

In Cinemas: April 20th 2017
Starring: Anna Kendrick, Craig Robinson, June Squibb
Director: Jeffrey Blitz
Ah, Table 19, the wedding table for the guests who were politely invited by the bride and groom, assuming that they would reply with regrets instead of RSVPs. Well not this time! These six guests have been seated at Table 19 for a reason, and in turn they will help each other through the rough patches and secrets they’re currently swimming in.
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Their-Finest

THEIR FINEST

In Cinemas: April 20th 2017
Starring: Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin, Bill Nighy
Director: Lone Scherfig
To boost British morale during World War II, a crew of filmmakers embark on a mission to create a propaganda film about the Miracle of Dunkirk. But when it comes to the script, it seems the man for the job is in fact a woman. Taking a pay cut and being left out of the credits doesn’t concern Catrin Cole (Arterton), but the fact that there’s as much action and passion behind the scenes does.
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Guardians-of-the-Galaxy-Vol.-2

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2

In Cinemas: April 25th 2017
Starring: Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista
Director: James Gunn
The first instalment came from nowhere and blew the superhero genre out of this world, so it’s no surprise that the Guardians are back for another eighties-infused romp with a killer soundtrack, more Guardians and Baby Groot. This time the family of a-holes get a chance to save the galaxy for a second time, and meet Peter Quill’s father – played by Kurt Russell, no less!
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A DOG'S PURPOSE

In Cinemas: May 4th 2017
Starring: Dennis Quaid, Britt Robertson, Josh Gad
Director: Lasse Hallström
Have you ever thought about where your beloved pets came from? Not in terms of a breeder or RSPCA adoption, but rather before they were even born. A Dog's Purpose is a spiritual journey that tracks the reincarnation of a soul through many dog lifetimes and back to its first human owner. Be sure to bring tissues - most animal films will bring an easy tear to the eye.
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