We are reunited with the Guardians of the Galaxy as they are working together to keep the universe safe-ish. As we find out more about Peter Quill’s parentage.
Dom gets sucked into a different world when a woman somehow gets him to do something for her, which puts him on the opposite side to his team!
Each month I have now decided to do a preview/up and coming post of the films that are going to be coming to the cinema. So here we go for April in 2017 and which films we can look to go and see, or avoid I guess. *Note this is for UK releases*
Probably not going to be the best month of the year at the cinema but I certainly have two films that I am really looking forward to. Yes, I know that does not sound like many at all but when you take a look at the better films this month has on offer then I am sure you will fully understand.
So take a look at what is coming to a cinema near you this month . . .
The team are back for one last outing with this being the last film the late Paul Walker is in, due to his tragic death whilst making the film.
Marvel adds another piece to its universe when we see what is out in space with American and outlaw Peter Quill and how he manages to get himself involved in a huge battle over a mysterious orb.
Hobbs has Dom and Brian reassemble their crew in order to take down a mastermind who commands an organization of mercenary drivers across 12 countries.
YAY for Zac *goes in search of pictures*
Yes I do for some strange reason get very fangirly over Zac he is just too pretty for words. He managed to beat out Christian Bale, Robert Downey Jr, Vin Diesel and Shia LeBeouf . . . so well done to Zac. HSM3 !!!
Now onto the next 10 in the list . . . numbers 60 to 51 . . .
I think thats cool, international viewers loving the car races, haha.
Fast & Furious is racing away with the top spot in the international box office chart, grossing $15.9 million (£10.7 million) in its third week of release.
The Vin Diesel movie, the fourth installment of the action franchise, proved to be the most popular film outside of the U.S. for the third consecutive week, bringing its worldwide box office haul to $316.7 million (£213 million).
Animated film Monsters vs. Aliens claimed the number two position with takings of $10.7 million (£7.2 million), while Zac Efron’s 17 Again is at three with $6.8 million (£4.57 million).