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Apollo 13

(1995)

Director(s)
Ron Howard
Stars
Bill Paxton
Kevin Bacon
Gary Sinise
Ed Harris
Kathleen Quinlan
Mary Kate Schellhardt
Emily Ann Lloyd
Miko Hughes
Max Elliott Slade
Jean Speegle Howard
Tracy Reiner
David Andrews
Michele Little
Chris Ellis
Joe Spano
Xander Berkeley
Marc McClure
Ben Marley
Clint Howard
Loren Dean
Tom Wood
Googy Gress
Patrick Mickler
Ray McKinnon
Max Grod´┐Żnchik
Christian Clemenson
Brett Cullen
Ned Vaughn
Andy Milder
Geoffrey Blake
Wayne Duvall
Jim Meskimen
Joseph Culp
John Short
Ben Bode
Todd Louiso
Gabriel Jarret
Christopher John Fields
Kenneth White
James Ritz
Andrew Lipschultz
Mark Wheeler
Larry Williams
Endre Hules
Karen Martin
Maureen Hanley
Meadow Williams
Walter von Huene
Brian Markinson
Steve Rankin
Austin O'Brien
Louisa Marie
Thom Barry
Arthur Senzy
Carl Gabriel Yorke
Ryan Holihan
Rance Howard
Jane Jenkins
Todd Hallowell
Matthew Michael Goodall
Taylor Goodall
Misty Dickinson
Roger Corman
Lee Anne Matusek
Mark D. Newman
Mark McKeel
Patty Raya
Jack Conley
Jeffrey Kluger
Bruce Wright
Ivan Allen
Jon Bruno
Reed Rudy
Steve Bernie
Steve Ruge
Herbert Jefferson Jr.
John Dullaghan
John Wheeler
Paul Mantee
Julie Rowen
Thomas Crawford
Frank Cavestani
John M. Mathews
Neil Armstrong
Jules Bergman
Pope Paul VI
Jimmy Wynn
Walter Altman
John Bishop
John Timothy Botka
Jaime Campos
Tory Christopher
Michael S. Connolly
Walter Cronkite
Cheryl Howard
Chet Huntley
Kent Kasper
Sarah Krasner
Chauntal Lewis
Jim Lovell
Marilyn Lovell
Chris Moore
Frank Reynolds
Ted West
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News
Ripley Scott's latest film The Martian has been by far the biggest release of the week in the UK, and across the globe.

The film starring Matt Damon has made a great £6.5 million on its debut week of release in the UK.

This marks Scott's highest grossing UK debut just piping Prometheus and Hannibal which both debuted with over £6 million.

For Matt Damon its his second highest debut in the UK as The Bourne Ultimatum just just over £6.5 million.

Last weeks top film Everest falls to number 3 this week with under £1 million on its third week, it has grossed £8.7 million.

Also new this week are: The Intern new at 4, Macbeth new at 5, Il Trovatore Met Opera 2015 new at 7 from it's single day showing in cinemas and Singh Is Bling new at 9.

Historical charts

A year ago
Gone Girl made its debut at the top of the box office knocking The Boxtrolls down to 4.

Five years ago
The Other Guys stay at the top with the top new film entering at 3 in the shape of Buried.

Ten years ago
Pride and Prejudice stays at the top for another week while A History of Violence is the highest new entry at 2.

Fifteen years ago Hollow Man debutes at the top of the box office knocking off Me Myself and Irene off.

Twenty years ago
Apollo 13 stays at the top while Species is the highest new entry coming in at 2.

Twenty five years ago
Presumed Innocent comes in at at the top knocking off Another 48 Hours from the top.

This weeks top 3 is unchanged from last week meaning that the true story of an expedition to the summit of Everest is still the number one film.

It was a quiet weekend with Everest only taking £1.9 million during it's second weekend of release, this brings it's total gross after 10 days to £6.8 million.

The static top 3 means the highest new film of the week comes in at 4, Drew Barrymore and Toni Collette star the the romantic comedy Miss You Already.

Surprisingly positive reviews haven't helped the film that much and the film debuts with only £487,247.

By far the biggest total grossing film on the box office this week is Minions which just about hangs onto the top 15 and has grossed to date £46.3 million, its still not reached Despicable Me's total gross of £47 million but its not far behind.

There should be a big change in next weeks chart with Ridley Scotts The Martian opening, Robert De Niro in The Intern and a new adaptation of Macbeth with Michael Fassbender.

Historical Charts

A year ago
Billy Elliot The Musical Live became the first event movie to go to the top of the box office, it knocked off The Boxtrolls from the top.

Five years ago
The Other Guys held onto the top of the box office with Julia Roberts vehicle Eat Pray love the top new film at 2.

Ten years ago
Pride and Prejudice retained its hold at the top while Guy Ritchies Revolver was the top new film at 2.

Fifteen years ago
Jim Carey was still a big box office star and his latest film Me Myself and Irene made its debut a the top knocking Scary Movie into second.

Twenty years ago
Apollo 13 was the top new film of the week making its debut at number 1, Braveheart fell to number 2.

Twenty five years ago
Another 48 Hrs took over at the top film while Memphis Belle felling into number 2.

Chart info

UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 9

Chart history
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£4,667,088
£4,667,088
1▼▲
£2,385,241
£7,052,329
2
£1,541,120
£8,593,449
2▼▲
£954,683
£9,548,132
8
£332,281
£9,880,413
6
£276,526
£10,156,939
10
£164,483
£10,321,422
10▼▲
£104,442
£10,425,864
12
£54,485
£10,480,349
Non-chart history
Finer details

Total UK gross £10,480,349 and the 513th top grossing film in the UK

Total World gross $334,100,000 and the 334th top grossing film globally

UK BBFC Certificate: PG

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