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Into The Storm

(2014)

Director(s)
Stars
Richard Armitage
Sarah Wayne Callies
Matt Walsh
Max Deacon
Nathan Kress
Alycia Debnam Carey
Arlen Escarpeta
Jeremy Sumpter
Lee Whittaker
Kyle Davis
Jon Reep
Scott Lawrence
David Drumm
Brandon Ruiter
Jimmy Groce
Linda Gehringer
Keala Wayne Winterhalt
Maryanne Nagel
Frank Zieger
Kron Moore
London Elise Moore
Michael Ellison
Vincent McCurdy-Clark
Stephanie Koenig
Gary England
Don Lemon
Chuck Gaidica
Steve Garagiola
John W. Hardy
Mikayla Bouchard
Gino Borri
Amanda Ryskamp
Taras Los
Kim Adams
Apollo Bacala
Christine Bell
Chris Bellant
Chris Brewster
Wayne Brinston
Steven Campbell
Ron Causey
Brendan Cipriano
Niki Cipriano
Patricia Lynne Cissell
Deborah Claybaugh
John Dickerson
Dennis Doyle Jr.
Fernelle Edmund
Helena Ellison
James Feaheny
Stephen C. Forsell
Pam German
Jacob Godzak
Allison Good
Nate Hatton
Steven Hauptman
Pennie-Marie Hawkins
Jeff Hill
Alyssa Iselli
Tim Jenkins
Ellen Kimmel
Joe Kras
Jodi Kraska
Tracey Kroll
Sandra Kwiatkowski
Abe Larkin
Jennifer Nichole Lee
Mary Mac
Michael Matthews
Roland Matthews
Mariah McCalley
Phillip E. McDermott
Ralph H. Meyer
Joseph Jerry Morton
Charles Andrew Mummert
Rose Anne Nepa
Courtney Ney
Alexandra Nye
Terri Partyka
Diezel Ramos
Ralph A. Recchia
Nicholas Ritz
Julie Ariane Russell
Zakk Saam
Aubrey Lynea Shore
Nikki Smith
Carey Torrice
Eric Tuchelske
Karla Vogel-Cipriano
Thaddeus Walster
James Wasiloff
Robert Wax
Gail Welch
Kaitlan Welton
Jacquelyn Whitesel
Rick Wooley
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News
The biggest selling video of the year is staying put at the top of the video chart this week, for a second week, although it is it's fourth time there.

It's also having a resurgence at the box office in the sing along version, hundreds of kids belting Let It Go at the top of their voices, a must for any parent!

Highest new film of the week is right down at Seven, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For makes a soft entry on it's debut week.

The sequel to the 2005 film, Sin City, was released on 29th August this year and had a very soft entry at 4 with just over £1 million in weekend takings.

The film fell to 12 the following week and then left the box office after just 2 weeks of release, it took only £1.6 million on it;s whole run.

With Christmas just round the corner no big new releases to mention except for Into The Storm which enters at number 20.

At the UK box office this week Luc Besson's directed Lucy about a woman using 100% of her brain takes over at the top.

Starring Scarlett Johansson Lucy tops the box office on it's debut week of release with a weekend gross of £3.07 million.

Compared to Luc Bessons previous films this is by far the best opening he has had, Arthur and the Invisibles is his highest grossing British release which took just over a million on it's release in 2007.

Scarlett Johansson is part of the Marvel Avengers universe so has seen some astronomical releases over the past few years and so it's a little unfair to compare!

Falling into second place is last weeks top film The Inbetweeners 2 which has now grossed £27.6 million after 3 weeks of release.

There is a few other new entries this week which are
Into the Storm at 4 Deliver Us From Evil at 5
What if at 6

Doctor Who: Deep Breath at 8, from a single day special showing on Saturday
Two Days, One Night at 14

Last year Matt Damon was starring in Elysium which entered at the top of the box office knocking Kick-Ass 2 right down to 7.

Five years ago Inglourious Basterds was the new top film in the UK knocking The Time Travers Wife down to the runner up spot.

Ten years ago M. Night Shyamalan released The Village which hit the top spot on it's debut with The Bourne Supremacy falling a single place to number 2.

Fifteen years ago Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace reclaimed the top spot knocking Austin Powers The Spy Who Shagged me to number 2, highest new film was Micky Blue Eys at 3.

With very little in the way of new films this weekend the Daniel Radcliffe starring What If seems to have the biggest potential with Lucy and Into The Storm also on release. The former Harry Potter star has really built up a following since his days as the boy wizard and he has had big success outside the series with The Woman in Black.

A fairly simple love story What If should see a top 5 entry, especially for the Potter fans wanting to see how Radcliffe does as a romantic lead.

Possibly out to spoil What If's party is Lucy starring Scarlett Johansson and directed by Luc Besson, the French director who brought us Le Femme Nikita and Leon.

With a top hollywood star, Morgan Freeman in for good measure and good pre-word this could easily out perform What If this weekend.

Into The Storm is also out, but no star appeal and a tried and tested them of weather elements gone wrong this should limp into the top 10.

Also worth a mention is Doctor Who, a special event screening of the first episode of the new series is happening on Saturday night, the previous Doctor Who event screen took Day of the Doctor to number 3 with £1.8 million.

The top 2 films of The Inbetweeners 2 and Guardians of the Galaxy should stay in place but maybe there will be a swap around with Guardians going back to the top?

Come back next week to find out the final weekend results.

14 years after their first appearance on the big screen the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are back and dominating the box office.

In a surprise move the Turtles stormed the box office beating expectation and knocking last weeks top film Guardians of the Galaxy from the top spot.

The Turtles took a $65 million (including Thursday night previews) over it's debut weekend, making it one of the biggest August debuts, it's a boon a good year for August debuts with Guardians breaking the record last week.

Guardians of the Galaxy fell to number 2 this week, taking $42 million for the weekend it has not made $176 million in the US after 2 weeks of release.

Also hitting the US box office are:
Into The Storm - number 3 with $18 million
The Hundred-Foot Journey - at number 4 with $11 million
Step up 5 All In - number 6 with $6.5 million

Chart info

UK release date:

Highest chart position: 4

Weeks on box office: 3

Chart history
Date
Place
Gross
4 / N
£1,147,657
9 / 
£374,533
14 / 
£106,502
Non-chart history
Finer details

Total UK gross £2,632,817 and the 1718th top grossing film in the UK

UK BBFC Certificate: 12A

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