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A Quiet Place No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

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2018
UK release date Released: 6th April 2018  |  BBFC Age Rating:  A Quiet Place 15 age rating
A Quiet Place

Directed by

John Krasinski

Starring

John Krasinski
Millicent Simmonds
Noah Jupe
Cade Woodward
Leon Russom
Doris McCarthy
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Scary and suspenseful in places even if it verges on the predictable on occations
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Total Grosses
UK total gross
£11,801,912
510
A Quiet Place
511

US total gross
$188,024,361
223
A Quiet Place

Global total gross
$340,939,361
391
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UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
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  •  United States
  •  United Kingdom
  •  Germany
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 8

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
2N
£2,696,892
£2,696,892
3
£1,907,585
£6,350,119
2
£1,024,722
£8,262,665
3
£920,235
£9,871,073
3▲▼
£395,335
£10,773,694
6
£361,029
£11,402,134
8
£126,334
£11,634,986
13
£70,675
£11,801,912
Box Office Gross Flow
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2.7M
1.9M
1M
920.2K
395.3K
361K
126.3K

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2018

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2018

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2018

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2018

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Director Patty Jenkins has moved the release date of Wonder Woman 1984 to August 14th 2020 because the best way to see the film is on the big screen.

Movie theatres across the world are currently closed because the the COVID-19 pandemic which means that many of the smaller establishments are suffering though no income.

In a heart felt tweet she reiterates how important movie theatres are and the move of release date is so it can help the movie theatre industry once the pandemic os over.

Many of the released for MArch and April have been put on hold or to a later date including A Quiet Place Part II, No Time To Die, Black Widow and Mulan to name a few.

There is no time line of when the social restrictions set by global governments will be lifted and when cinemas will be able to open again.

As a result of this the weekend box office results have also been suspended.

This weekends box office is going to be an interesting watch. The global coronavirus will do a couple of things to cinemas attendance, it is keeping people at home as they self isolate and in many countries including the UK and US cinema owners have shut their doors to help prevent the spread of the virus.

At the UK box office this weekend, Friday, 20th March 2020, there are 2 new releases, originally there were more, including A Quiet Place Part II which would have made the box office look different, but many film have been put back to later this year or next year.

Can either of these two movie knock Onward from the top of the UK box office chart?

The Jesus Rolls

First up at cinemas this week is The Jesus Rolls, directed by John Turturro who also directed Mac in 1992.

It stars John Turturro who last starred in Gloria Bell (2019).

The film also stars Bobby Cannavale who last appeared in Motherless Brooklyn (2019).

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Radioactive

Next on this weeks new release schedule is Radioactive.

This new movie stars Anya Taylor-Joy who's last film was Emma (2020)

It also stars Rosamund Pike who appeared in The Informer (2019).

The film is brought to us by 2 time director Marjane Satrapi.

Check back on Monday to see if these new releases enter the UK Weekend Box Office Chart.

Next Week

There is 1 new release in the shape of Vivarium which is in cinemas on Friday, 27th March.

Director John Krasinski has announced that the release date for A Quiet Place Part II has been put back from its original March 19th date.

The sequel to the original 2018 hit movie has joined No Time To Die and Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaways in changing the release because of the global pandemic.

Authorities have advised that because of the coronavirus it is best to avoid large crowds in an attempt to contain the virus.

As seen in last weeks box office across the world the public is choosing not to go the movie theatres, and for potential blockbusters this could have a large effect on their box office gross.

No new release date has been announced, but world governments seem to be suggesting things will be readdressed in early April.

Emily Blunt stars and John Krasinski directs once again in the sequel to the 2018 blockbuster, A Quiet Place Part II has been given a 15 age rating in the UK.

<u><i><b>A Quiet Place</b></i></u> Part II is given a 15 certificate

This time around the family must leave the house and venture into the outside world where they discover that humanity has changed and the creatures are not the only threat.

Here is a breakdown of the BBFC rating decision.

  • Age rating: 15
  • Given for: sustained threat, bloody images
  • Runtime: 96 minutes (1 hour and 36 minutes)
  • Release date: 20th March 2020
  • The work was passed uncut.

For perhaps the last weekend Avengers Infinity War continues its reign at the top of the US box office now on its 3rd weekend of release.

Life of The PartyWith a $61.8 million weekend take this brings the film total US gross to a staggering $547 million in less than 21 days.

Highest new film of the week is the Mellisa McCarthy comedy Life Of The Party which enters the box office at number 2 with a gross of $18.5 million.

Also new at number 3 is Breaking In which takes $16.5 million over the weekend.

To finish off the weekend we have Overboard with $10.1 million at number 4 and A Quiet Place at number 5 with $6.4 million, this brings the films total US gross to $169.5 million.