King’s Landing: How the film is making the transition to theaters

King’s Gate is officially hitting theaters in the UK, where the adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s novel has been adapted for the big screen.

The film, based on Dick’s 1962 novel of the same name, is a sci-fi thriller that follows a band of explorers from the planet of Rannoch who discover the existence of a new alien species.

The film stars Jennifer Lawrence, John Goodman, Josh Brolin, and Michael Caine.

The adaptation of the novel is currently available in theaters in both the US and the UK.

A UK version of the film will debut on August 1.

King’s Gates has already won over a record number of nominations for Best Picture, and the movie will be getting a major boost from Warner Bros. Entertainment as well.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film earned more than $7.7 million in its first five days of release in the U.S. and $6.4 million in the same period in Europe.

That was good enough for first place in the domestic box office.

That means the film could break the record for the most worldwide grossing sci-Fi movie of all time.

The movie has earned more money than any other sci-fiction film, and will likely surpass the record set by The Matrix, which took $78 million at the box office in 2005.