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How The Grinch Stole Christmas

(2000)

Director(s)
Stars
Taylor Momsen
Jeffrey Tambor
Christine Baranski
Bill Irwin
Molly Shannon
Clint Howard
Josh Ryan Evans
Mindy Sterling
Rachel Winfree
Rance Howard
Jeremy Howard
T.J. Thyne
Lacey Kohl
Nadja Pionilla
Jim Meskimen
Michael Dahlen
David Costabile
Mary Stein
James Ritz
Deep Roy
Jessica Sara
Mason Lucero
Ben Bookbinder
Michaela Gallo
Landry Allbright
Reid Kirchenbauer
Rebecca Chace
Suzanne Krull
Steve Kehela
Lillias White
Rain Pryor
John Alexander
Kevin Isola
Gavin Grazer
Walter Franks
Verne Troyer
Clayton Martinez
Qorianka Kilcher
Caroline Williams
John Short
Grainger Esch
Eva Burkley
Rick Baker
Bill Sturgeon
Mark Setrakian
Jurgen Heimann
Tim Blaney
Charles Croughwell
Frank Welker
Rachel Bailit
Dean Chambers
Mindy Ferguson
Heather Lea Gerdes
Linda Harmon
Ron Howard
Seth Adam Jones
Tommy Karlsen
Allie McCall
Christopher Metas
Ann Mills
Sloane Momsen
Bonnie Morgan
Frankie Ray
Robin Kaye Shaw
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News
This week on the UK home video charts animated hit The Secret Life of Pets takes over from X-Men Apocalypse at the top.

The Secret Life of Pets was a massive hit for Universal that was released on 24th June 2016 and it hit the top of the box office on its debut with £9.5 million, the 74th best UK opening.

The film spent 3 weeks at the top before making a very slow decent down the box office, it spent an incredible 14 weeks in total on the top 15.

The total gross for the film in the UK is £35.8 million which makes it the 68th top grossing film while globally it took $864.2 million (£696 million) and is the 50th top film across the world.

Last weeks top film, X-Men Apocalypse, fell down to number 3 this week after a week at the top.

Also new this week is Independence Day Resurgence, sequel to the 1996 hit film it made number 2 on the box office on 24th June.

Worth noting is the flurry of Christmas films that are starting to pop up in the home video charts, this week we have Arthur Christmas at 9, How The Grinch Stole Christmas at 10 and Elf at 11.

UK Box Office Report Weekend 11th December 2015: Four at the top for Mockingjay, Grandma highest new film at 19! Retaining its position at the top of the UK box office this week is The Hinger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 which has now spent 4 weeks as the number 1 film.

Mockingjay this week grosses £1.2 million to give it a total gross of £25.4 million, the second lowest of The Hunger Games films after the first movie.

There were no new releases this week on the box office, Grandma was the closest thing to a new entry which came in at number 19 from 92 screens and a £35,000 opening gross.

By The Sea starring and Directed by Angelina Jolie was new at number 23 and took £24,000 from its debut.

Spectre was yet again the highest total grossing film on the chart this week, still at number 3 and now taken £92 million after 7 weeks.

Point to note is the top 5 this week was the same as the top 5 last week.

Historical charts

A year ago
The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies was the new film at the top of the box office knocking Paddington down to 2.

Five years ago
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of The Dawn Treader made its debut at the top knocking Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 1 down to number 2.

Ten years ago
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe was the top film in the country knocking Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire down to number 2 - (something looks familiar there)

Fifteen years ago
How The Grinch Stole Christmas made it 2 weeks at the top while 102 Dalmatians was the highest new film at number 3.

Twenty years ago
The Santa Clause was the top new film of the week knocking Goldeneye down to number 2.

A third week at the top for The Hunger Games: Mockingly Part 2 in the wake of little in the way of new releases in the UK.

The box office is on hold at the moment waiting for one of the biggest releases of the year which left room for Mockingly to make £2.2 million.

This brings the total UK gross for the last of The Hunger Games films to £23.3 million after 3 weeks of release.

Highest new film of the week is Christmas with the Coopers, an all American movie about family meeting up for the holiday season.

A very low debut gross of nearly £700,000 puts the film at number 5, little chance of this film having longevity at the box office though.

Highest total grossing film on the box office is Spectre which has to date grossed over £90 million and this week is at number 3.

Historical charts

A year ago
Padding retained its position at the top of the box office while the top new film was Penguins of Madagascar at 3.

Five years ago
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 1 stayed put at the top with Megamind the highest new film at 2.

Ten years ago
Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire was still the top film, a quiet week saw the highest new film at number 4 with Keeping Mum.

Fifteen years ago
How The Grinch Stole Christmas (look out for the remake in the coming years) was the top new film debuting at number 1, it knocked off Charlies Angels which fell to 2.

Twenty years ago
Goldeneye was riding the top of the box office while Murder in the First was the highest new film coming in at 2.

Twenty five years ago
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was still at the top with Repossessed the highest new film at number 2.

Chart info

UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 10

Chart history
Date
Place
Gross
1 / N
£3,063,799
1 / ▼▲
£2,547,769
2 / 
£1,614,860
1 / 
£1,588,377
4 / 
£757,311
5 / 
£590,099
7 / 
£245,049
8 / 
£179,216
9 / 
£132,082
9 / ▼▲
£123,776
Non-chart history
Finer details

Total UK gross £15,167,543 and the 328rd top grossing film in the UK

Total World gross $340,400,000 and the 940th top grossing film globally

UK BBFC Certificate: PG

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