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Mission:Impossible III

(2006)

Director(s)
Stars
Ving Rhames
Billy Crudup
Jonathan Rhys Meyers
Keri Russell
Maggie Q
Eddie Marsan
Laurence Fishburne
Bahar Soomekh
Jeff Chase
Michael Berry Jr.
Carla Gallo
Bellamy Young
Paul Keeley
Jane Daly
Greg Grunberg
Sabra Williams
Rose Rollins
Sasha Alexander
Tracy Middendorf
Kathryn Fiore
Colleen Crozier
Sean OBryan
Bruce French
Ellen Bry
Patrick Pankhurst
Tony Guma
James Shanklin
Anne Betancourt
Antonietta De Lorenzo
Andrea Sartoretti
Antonio Del Prete
Francesco De Vito
Giorgio Marchesi
Niccol˛ Senni
Paolo Bonacelli
David Waters
Michael G. Kehoe
Timothy Omundson
JosÚ Z˙˝iga
William Francis McGuire
Michelle Arthur
Barney Cheng
Robert Alonzo
Brandon P Bell
Paul A. Brown
Jaymes Butler
George Cheung
Abra Chouinard
Charles Rahi Chun
Sandi Craig
Jonathan Dixon
Paul Edney
Dana Dru Evenson
Michael Fisher
Jillian Fontaine
Allison Giannini
Yoshio Iizuka
Diane Marshall-Green
Daniel Mindel
Brandon Molale
Mischa Pfister
Douglas Price
Kwame Rakes
Evan Shields
Tim L. Smith
Ben Solenberger
Lucille Soong
John H. Tobin
Jasmine Brooke White
Ty Williams
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News
On the Uk box office this week we have the latest X-Men film taking over at the top on its debut week of release ending Captain America's 3 week run.

£7.3 million was enough to see X-Men Apocalypse reach the top of the chart, this is fairly average for an X-Men movie although it is lower than the previous entry X-Men Days of Future Past.

Interesingly the Wolverine movies have fared the same for debut grosses meaning that the average gross of a X-Men universe movie is in the £6 million region.

Last weeks top film Captain America: Civil War falls from the top quite hard to number 4 with a weekend take of £1.3 million bringing its total to £34 million.

Highest total Grossing movie on the box office this week is The Jungle Book at number 3 with £41 million.

Historical charts

A year ago
Pitch Perfect 2 was still at the top of the list while the highest new film was at number 3, Tomorrowland.

Five years ago
Pirates of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, the fourth in the series, made its debut at the top while the previous weeks top film, Thor, fell to number 3.

Ten years ago
Tom Hanks starred in the adaptation of The Da Vinci Code which made its debut at number 1 knocking Mission:Impossible III to number 2.

Fifteen years ago
The Mummy Returns was the new film at the top knocking Bridget Jones's Diary down to the number 2 spot.

Twenty years ago
Toy Story made its way back to the top of the charts while Money Train was the highest new film of the week.

Twenty five years ago
Misery stayed at the top of the box office for a second week while L.A. Story starring Steve Martin was the highest new film.

It was a close run thing this week between Captain America: Civil War and The Angry Birds Movie making its debut but in the end the Marvel film won.

Civil War now makes it three weeks at the top and this week adds £2.7 million to its gross which has now soared to £32.1 million.

The film is now the 5th highest grossing of the year and before it finishes its run it should beat Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice and Deadpool, currently at 4 and 3 respectively.

The Angry Birds Movie is the highest new film at number 2 which on its debut takes £2.1 million.

Aiming squarely at kids but also appealing to adults that hooked on the game the film loosely follows the plot of the games.

The film should do well over the coming half term but will have limited appeal after that.

Longest stay by a film on the box office this week is Zootopia with 8 weeks and the highest grossing movie is The Jungle Book at £39.3 million after 5 weeks.

Historical charts

A year ago
This time last year Pitch Perfect made its debut at the top pushing Avengers Age of Ultron donw to number 3.

Five years ago
Thor remained at the top of the chart leaving Attack The Block as the highest new film to enter at number 3.

Ten years ago
Mission:Impossible III stayed at the top for a second week while Prime made a new enter at number 2.

Fifteen years ago
Bridget Jones's Diary spent yet another week at the top of the chart while The Dish was the highest new film at number five.

Twenty years ago
Steven Segal starred in Executive Decision which entered the box office at the top knocking Toy Story to number 3

Twenty five years ago
Oscar winning Misery was the top new film entering at the top, it knocked Predator 2 down to number 2.

Last week Captain America kick started the summer box office in the UK, and this weekend the sun actually showed its face making people forget about the cinema for the weekend.

With the sun shining the box office saw a massive drop in taking and Captain America: Civil War war a 60%+ drop in taking to £4.06 million.

This brings the films total takings to £27.3 million on its second weekend of release, although this is still better than the previous 2 film at the same point in their release.

Highest new film of the week is Bad Neighbours 2 at number 3 which debuts with £1.69 million.

With the sun out this is way lower than the original 2014 film which scored an £8 million plus opening.

Also new this week are Florence Foster Jenkins at number 4, Robinson Crusoe at number 5 and 24 at number 10.

Historical charts

A year ago
Avengers Age of Ultron stayed at the top of the box office leaving [spooks] The Greater Good to land at number 2.

Five years ago
A fairly static chart saw Thor stay at the top with Water For Elephants the top new film at number 4.

Ten years ago
Mission:Impossible III kicked off the summer season with a number 1 debut while Ice Age: The Meltdown fell to number 3.

Fifteen years ago
Bridget Jones's Diary stayed put at the top with Captain Corelli's Mandolin landing new at number 2.

Twenty years ago
Toy Story was still reigning at the top of the UK box office, highest new film was right down at number 5 in the shape of Things to Do In Denver When Your Dead.

Twenty five years ago
Predator 2 made its debut at the top of the chart with The Doors falling down to number 2.

Chart info

UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 7

Chart history
Date
Place
Gross
1 / N
£5,378,013
1 / ▼▲
£2,751,733
2 / 
£1,840,168
4 / 
£756,785
6 / 
£294,933
9 / 
£103,712
12 / 
£86,360
Non-chart history
Finer details

Total UK gross £15,342,575 and the 322th top grossing film in the UK

Total World gross $395,382,309 and the 233rd top grossing film globally

UK BBFC Certificate: 12

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