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Hacksaw Ridge

(2017)

Director(s)
Mel Gibson
Stars
Richard Pyros
Jacob Warner
Milo Gibson
Darcy Bryce
Roman Guerriero
James Lugton
Kasia Stelmach
Hugo Weaving
Rachel Griffiths
Jarin Towney
Tim McGarry
Tyler Coppin
Richard Platt
Nathaniel Buzolic
Laura Buckton
Anthony Rizzo
Simon Edds
Thatcher McMaster
Charles Jacobs
Dennis Kreusler
Firass Dirani
Michael Sheasby
Luke Pegler
Ben Mingay
Luke Bracey
Nico Cortez
Goran D. Kleut
Harry Greenwood
Damien Thomlinson
Ben O'Toole
Andrew Sears
Jim Robison
Nathan Baird
Samuel R. Wright
Mikael Koski
Troy Pickering
James Moffett
Josh Dean Williams
Andrew Hansch
John Cannon
Robert Morgan
Helmut Bakaitis
Georgia Adamson
Bill Young
Benedict Hardie
Philip Quast
James Mackay
Ryan Corr
Sam Parsonson
James OConnell
Ori Pfeffer
Craig Reeves
Adrian Twigg
Sean Lynch
Luke McMahon
Bill Thompson
William Takayanagi-Temm
Kazuaki Ono
Thomas Unger
Eric Taugherbeck
Hayden Geens
Ned Law
Kazuki Yuyama
Daisaku Takeda
Raphael Dubois
Tim Potter
Santo Tripodi
Matt Nable
Laurence Brewer
John Batziolas
Nobuaki Shimamoto
Hiroshi Kasuga
Ryuzaburo Naruse
Taka Uematsu
Adam Bowes
Michael Hennessy
Benjamin McCann
Yuki Nagashima
Taki Abe
Daniel Thone
Nathan Halls
Nicholas Cowey
Charles Upton
Yoji Tatsuta
Toshiyuki Teramoto
Honsen Haga
Chris Bartlett
Shaun Phillip Cantwell
Jeremy Costello
Desmond T. Doss
Harold Doss
Mark Gadaleta
Jack Glover
Daniel Keen
Dragon Oli Lee
Jason Pugh
Milan Pulvermacher
Jim Punnett
Sam Romain
Matt Scaletti
Glen Snow
Andrew Wang
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News
Making its debut on the UK box office this week is Sing which lands at the top knocking off La La Land, and in a surprise move keeps of T2 Trainspotting.

Sing is an animated feature from the same stable as Despicable Me and features the voice talent from the likes of Matthew McConaughey and Reece Witherspoon.

The film makes its debut with a rather spectacular £10.4 million debut weekend which makes it the 66 top opening of all time.

Sing replaces La La Land which falls to number 3 this week with a £3.1 million 3rd weekend and a £20.9 million total UK gross.

Missing out on the top spot is the highly anticipated T2 Trainspotting which lands at number 2, the film is an 18 rating so the audience compared to Sing is limited, but £5.1 million is good and any other week would have easily seen the film enter at the top.

Also new this week is Hacksaw Ridge from director Mel Gibson at number 5 with £1.4 million and Rahm at number 7 with £521,000.

Highest total grossing film on the UK box office this week is Rogue One: A Star Wars Story which after 7 weeks has grossed £65.2 million while the longest running film is Trolls with 13 weeks.

Historical charts.

A year ago
The Revenant stayed at the top for a third weekend while Dirty Grandpa was the top new film at number 2.

Five years ago
War Horse made it 3 weeks at the top as well while the top new film was The Descendants which entered at number 2.

Ten years ago
Staying at the top for a second weekend way Rocky Balboa while the top new film entered at number 2, Leonardo Di Caprio in Blood Diamond.

Fifteen years ago
Tom Cruise was at the top with Vanilla Sky which made its debut this week while The Lord of The Rings: The Fellowship of The Ring fell to number 2 on its 6th week of release.

Twenty years ago
Forgotten Peter Jackson classic The Frighteners made its debut at the top of the Uk box office knocking 101 Dalmatians down to number 2 on its 7th week.

Twenty five years ago JFK was the top new film on the UK box office making its debut at number 1, it knocked Freddys Dead The Final Nightmare down to number 2 after a week at the top.

The final chart in America before the movie event of the year (well it will be for many!) has Moana from Disney staying at the top for a 3rd straight weekend.

A relatively small drop in weekend takings means the animated feature takes $18.8 million which brings its total to $145 million.

The film wont go down as an absolute Disney classic but it will be one of their good grossing films in the same vein as say Tangled.

Office Christmas Party comes in at 2 this week, maybe bette than expected for a brain out comedy. It takes $17.5 million for the weekend.

Highest total grossing movie on the US box office this week is Doctor Strange which is still in the top 5, at 5, and has taken $222.3 million.

Longest total running film of the week is split 3 way between Doctor Strange, Trolls and Hacksaw Ridge all having spent 6 weeks.

Disney threw their latest film hoping to hit the heights of Frozen at US audiences this weekend in the shape of Moana, they are hoping that the long holiday weekend would give it a boost.

With a debut weekend of $55 million over the Friday to Sunday they can't complain, and the long weekend from Wednesday night saw the film gain over $80 million.

With many families out shopping on the big retail weekend that includes black Friday this isn't such a bad debut, and with good reviews this could well go on and on for Disney.

Next weekend will be the big test, no new child friendly film are set for a release in the coming weeks which is good for Moana but then they get the Galaxy Far Far away to deal with, but who from, yes Disney, the Mouse House should have a good holiday.

Last weeks top film, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, fell to number 2 this weekend and gained $45 million, this brings the films US total to $156 million, not the heights of Harry Potter.

Also new this week is America is Allied starring Brad Pitt at number 4 with $13 million and Bad Santa 2 at number 7 with $6 million and very bad reviews.

Longest stay on the US box office is split between 3 films, Doctor Strange, Trolls and Hacksaw Ridge all on 4 weeks, although the highest total grossing by a long margin is Doctor Strange with $205 million.

Marvel/Disney continue their dominance across the globe this week with Doctor Strange, the title being released in one of the biggest territories, America.

A second week gross $203 million from 54 countries brings the films total global gross to $325 million after 2 weeks of play.

Highest new film of the week is the Mel Gibson directed Hacksaw Ridge which lands at number 5 this week with $16.4 million from 4 countries.

This is quite impressive considering the troubles career the actor/director has had in recent years and show that the name can still pull in the crowds.

Wides release of the week is Trolls which is at number 2 with $75.6 million from 68 countries while Doctor Strange is the film with the highest total gross.

Marvel and Disney continue their run of top film by taking their latest Doctor Strange to the top head of 2 other new releases.

Its a new IP for the superhero studio but these days that doesn't matter as Doctor Strange takes $84.9 million on its opening weekend of release.

Not as high as the more established series in the MCU but still a good opening and one which should see the film go up their with some of the best in the long running series.

Second on the chart this week is Troll which debuts with $45.6 million and coming in third is Hacksaw Ridge which takes $14.7 million.

Falling from the top after 2 weeks is Boo! A Madea Halloween, the film lands at 4 this week with $7.8 million, still good considering Halloween is a distant memory now.

Longest run on the UB box office this week is Miss Peregrines Home For Peculiar Children which has now been around for 6 weeks, but the highest total grosser, on its debut, is Doctor Strange.

Chart info

UK release date:

Highest chart position: 5

Weeks on box office: 4

Chart history
Date
Place
Gross
5 / N
£1,490,158
6 / 
£826,313
8 / 
£425,832
14 / 
£256,381
Non-chart history
Finer details

Total UK gross £4,945,211 and the 1122th top grossing film in the UK

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