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Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation

(2015)

Director(s)
Christopher McQuarrie
Stars
Ving Rhames
Sean Harris
Simon McBurney
Jingchu Zhang
Tom Hollander
Jens Hulten
Alec Baldwin
Mateo Rufino
Fernando Abadie
Alec Utgoff
Hermione Corfield
Nigel Barber
William Roberts
Patrick Poletti
Martin Cochrane
David Peart
Barnabás Reti
Ash Merat
James Weber Brown
Robert Maaser
Wolfgang Stegemann
Eva-Marie Becker
Adam Ganne
Jesus Alvarez
America Olivo
James Cleverton
Martin Nelson
James McOran Campbell
Tom Lowe
Nicholas Sharratt
Nicholas Lupu
Stella Stocker
Martin Bermoser
Benjamin Plautz
Nina Hartmann
Daniela Nitsch
Carola Neiderhuber
Tim Breyvogel
Laurence Rupp
Wolfgang Cerny
Rupert Wickham
Judith Bogner
Peter Stark
Ulli Ackermann
Saif Al-Warith
Robert Luckay
Tarrick Benham
Tyler Fayose
Rachel Handshaw
Julian Moore Crook
Sean Cronin
Emilio Aniba
Volkan Ay
Amra Mallassi
Hadrian Howard
Walles Hamonde
Shamir Dawood
Sagar Radia
Yasen Atour
Noor Dillan-Night
Mingus Johnston
Osy Ikhile
Nigel Allen
Georgina Redhead
Bruce Lawrence
Femi Ogunbanjo
Katie Pattinson
Charley Brianna
Lawrence Olsworth-Peter
Patrik Plenk
Asim Ahmad
Anthony Milton
Thomas Anton
Mairead Armstrong
Lasco Atkins
Will Austin
Raj Awasti
Charles Babalola
Dolly Ballea
Richard Banks
Francesca Bennett
Laura Bernardeschi
Kheira Bey
Paul Biddiss
Jae Bireley
Sal Bolton
Alexander Bracq
Ait ben Azzouz Brahim
Jamie Buchan
Jill Buchanan
David Burge
John Carr
Eric Coco
Mark Christopher Collins
Pamela Betsy Cooper
Tom Coulston
Gioacchino Jim Cuffaro
Tomasz Dabrowski
Nick Donald
Jason Ebelthite
Daniel Eghan
David Few-Cooper
Sharon Forbes
Colin Goodwin
Paul Grant
Claire Greasley
Chris Groundsell
Guna Gultniece
Salem Hanna
Daniel Harland
Noni Harrison
Anastasia Harrold
Alexander Hathaway
Justin Hayward
Kornelia Horvath
Philip Howard
David Howkins
Ashley Hudson
Alex Jaep
Mariola Jaworska
Vauxhall Jermaine
Solomon Taiwo Justified
Rajesh Kalhan
Attila G. Kerekes
Denis Khoroshko
Hrvoje Klecz
Debra Leigh-Taylor
Oliver Leitsberger
Jorge Leon Martinez
Simone Liebman
Wesley Lloyd
Joanne Manchester
Alana Maria
Christopher Marsh
Ian Massa-Harris
Martyn Mayger
Stephen McDade
Pete Meads
Philip Myklebust
Shina Shihoko Nagai
David Neaves
Celina Nessa
Shaun Newnham
Dina Nielsen
Judit Novotnik
Brent Phebey
Guy Potter
Mark Preston
Adam Rabinowitz
Ricky Rajpal
Rachel Ritfeld
David G. Robinson
Mark Ryder
Nicholas Schodel
Atul Sharma
Janette Sharpe
Ruth Shaw
Peter Stanford
Mens-Sana Tamakloe
Vince Taylor
Georgie-May Tearle
Tony Tennant
David Terry
Mike van den Dobbelsteen
Katrina Vasilieva
Kyle Viveiros
Glenn Webster
Tony Paul West
Anick Wiget
Jessica Williams
Miroslav Zaruba
Tatiana Zarubova
Ruolan Zhang
Andrew Zographos
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There was just one major release this week there which basically means there was inevitably going to be a new film making its debut at the top, and as predicted Warner Bros. Suicide Squad does just that.

Continuing the DC Cinematic Universe that was started in Man of Steel and Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice this film does something the Marvel/Disney have not yet dared, put the bad guys front and centre.

And audiences have lapped this up with Suicide Squad topping the UK box office with an excellent £11.2 million, nearly as big as the much more anticipated Batman V Superman from March.

That superhero movie sank quickly at the box office so we'll be watching things closely to see if it does similar.

Worth noting is that if the chart listing was taken over the whole week then Finding Dory would sit at the top with £12 million.

Highest total grossing on this weeks top 10 is The Secret Life of Pets which has now grossed over £32 million, while longest stay on the box office is The Angry Birds Movie with 11 weeks.

Historical charts.

A year ago
The Fantastic Four reboot made its debut at the top of the box office knocking Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation down to number 2.

Five years ago
Four weeks in and Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 was still number 1 leaving JJ Abrams Super 8 to debut at number 2.

Ten years ago
TV show turned movie Miami Vice made its debut at the top knocking Cars down to number 2.<> Fifteen years ago
Cats and Dogs made its debut a the top of the box office knocking Jurassic Park III from the top which fell to number 3.

Twenty years ago
Twister remained at the top for a second week leaving James and The Giant Peach to make its debut at number 2.

Twenty five years ago
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves was at top for another week while the top new film came in at number 2 in the shape of Backdraft.

This weekend saw the release of two of this summers most anticipated films, and sequels, in Finding Dory and Jason Bourne, and the forgetful little fish won the weekend.

Finding Dory debut weekend in the UK stands at &pond;8.1 million, and excellent opening by all means and not only one of Pixars highest in the UK but also one of the top animation openings.

Compared to 2003s Finding Nemo, and despite the more negative reviews, the film opens higher, but compared to ticket sales Dory (1.1 million) is half a million below Nemo (1.6 million).

Jason Bourne comes in a comfortable second place this week with £7.6 million which is the highest of the series to date.

The BFG falls from the top where it debuted last week to number 3 this week, although if you take in the whole week it is the top grossing movie (Monday - Sunday) with £9.1 million, total gross for the movie is £14 million.

Highest gross and longest run on the top 10 is The Secret Life of Pets which has now grossed £30 million over 6 weeks.

Historical charts

A year ago
Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation was making its debut at the top of the box office knocking Inside Out down to number 2 after a week at number 1.

Five years ago
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 made it 3 at the top leaving Captain America: The First Avenger to enter at number 2.

Ten years ago
Cars made its debut at the top of the chart knocking Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Mans Chest down to number 2.

Fifteen years ago
Jurassic Park III held on to the top of the box office leaving Swordfish to make its debut at number 2.

Twenty years ago
Twister was the top new film of the week making its debut at number 1 while The Hunchback of Notre Dame fell to number 2.

Twenty five years ago
There was no moving Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves at the top while top new film of the week was Edward Scissorhands.

2015 is over and while Star Wars will try its hardest to dominate 2016, the film that grossed more than any other in 2015 was Jurassic World.

A total gross of $1.6 billion across the globe ensured that the continuation of the Jurassic Park series was as big a hit as the original was back in the 90s.

Second on the list is Fast and Furious 7, as well as fans of the series it seems everyone else also wanted to give Paul Walker a big $1.5 billion send off, RIP.

Avengers Age of Ultron was the 3rd top film of the year and late release The Force Awakens was 4th with the Minions finishing off the top 5.

For the first time in chart history the full top 5 made over a billion dollars each, still no film has made over $2 billion like 2009 when Avatar did this, although I wouldn't bet on The Force Awakens making over that in time.

Here is 2015's world top 10 grossing films

  1. Jurassic World = $1,668,912,312
  2. Fast and Furious 7 = $1,520,032,910
  3. Avengers Age of Ultron = $1,402,750,552
  4. Star Wars: The Force Awakens = $1,228,349,526
  5. Minions = $1,157,275,017
  6. Inside Out = $851,602,426
  7. Spectre = $850,604,955
  8. Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation = $682,142,377
  9. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 = $619,444,461
  10. The Martian = $594,161,725
On the UK video chart this week, with Christmas fast approaching, Pixar's Inside Out makes a return to the top of the video chart.

The film was released 3 weeks ago and was knocked off by Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation last week, Rogue Nation drops to number 2 this week.

Highest new film of the week is Fantastic Four which enters the video chart at number 3 this week.

The film was released in cinemas on 7th August 2015 at the top of the UK box office with a debut gross of £2.6 million.

The film was received with terrible reviews and the movie going public generally didn't like it, hence the film lasted for just 3 week on the box office and grossed just £5.6 million.

Also new this week are Paper Towns which enters at number 11 and The Bad Education Movie which is new at number 12.

Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation this week takes over as the top film on the Video charts on its debut week of release.

Rogue Nation was release at the UK box office, after being brought forward, on the 31st July 2015 to good reviews and a number 1 debut.

The film had a good run on the box office staying on the official top 15 for 9 weeks and had an extra 4 weeks floating around the box office.

Rogue Nation is the 172nd highest grossing film in the UK with a total gross of £21 million, it is also the 77th highest grossing film in the world with $682.1 million.

Ant-Man after a new entry at the top falls down to number 4 this week.

Also new on the UK video charts this week is Pixels at number 3 and The Man From U.N.C.L.E. at number 6.

Repeating the record setting achievement of it's predecessor on this weekend in 2012 Hotel Transylvania 2 becomes the top debut for a September weekend.

The original Hotel Transylvania grossed just over $42 million while the new film has this weekend grossed $47.5 million.

HT2 knocks last weeks top film down to number 3 after just one week, Maze Runner The Scorch Trials this week takes $14 million for a 10 day total of $51.6 million.

Highest grossing film on the US box office this week is Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation which after 9 weeks has taken $193.5 million.

This week the top global box office number one is the sequel film Maze Runner The Scorch trials which tops the chart after stalling along the way at number 4 last week.

This week the Maze Runner sequel takes $73.6 million from 67 territories and has to date made over $100 million in total.

After hitting the top for the second time last week Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation falls to number 5 with $23.4 million from 58 countries, the global gross is $656 million.

The Minions continue to do well across the world and this week sit at number 4 with an incredible $118 billion total gross.

Here is the full global top 10:

  1. Maze Runner The Scorch Trials - $73,600,000
  2. Everest - $35,757,515
  3. Black Mass - $24,035,000
  4. Minions - $23,690,190
  5. Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation - $23,450,000
  6. Fack ju Gohte 2 - $16,000,000
  7. Pixels - $15,600,000
  8. The Visit - $13,748,540
  9. Inside Out - $10,764,000
  10. The Throne - $10,600,000
This week sees Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation go back to the top of the global box office after its China release.

The fifth Mission:Impossible film takes $95 million from 64 countries his weekend which brings it's total global gross to $612.9 million.

The film has been a bit of a slow burner but after a couple of months of release is still riding inside the top 5 in many countries.

Highest new film of the week is The Visit directed by M. Night Shyamalan. Shyamalan has had a tough time with the critics since early in his career but this seems to be winning favour.

The Visit is released in 15 countries and takes $29.5 million this week.

Top total grossing film on the global box office is Minions which is at number 3, the animated film this week break the $1 billion mark and is now the second highest grossing animation ever.

Here is the full global top 10.

  1. Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation - $95,450,000
  2. The Visit - $29,500,000
  3. Minions - $27,661,225
  4. Maze Runner The Scorch Trials - $26,800,000
  5. The Perfect Guy - $26,700,000
  6. Fack ju Gohte 2 - $20,000,000
  7. Straight Outta Compton - $8,391,460
  8. The Transporter Refueled - $7,900,000
  9. War Room - $7,700,000 $300,000
  10. Inside Out - $6,764,000
Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation manages to hold onto the world box office for another week with $36.9 million from 64 countries, one of the wides release at the moment.

The Tom Cruise film has had a very successful run at the world box office and has to date made $438 million in global takings.

Having a big boost this week thanks to a massive opening in China is Terminator Genisys which goes back up to number 2 with $26.2 million from 2 countries, global to date is $353 million.

Highest new film of the week if the Chinese film Bride Wars, not to be mistaken with the American film of the same name from 2009.

Bride Wars (or ????? to give it the proper title!) takes $23.6 million from just the single country it has been released in, China.

Here if the full top 10 global films this week.

  1. Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation - $36,900,000
  2. Terminator Genisys - $27,610,000
  3. Straight Outta Compton - $26,876,125
  4. Bride Wars - $23,600,000
  5. Fantastic Four - $19,850,000
  6. Hitman Agent 47 - $16,700,000
  7. Man From U.N.C.L.E. - $15,420,000
  8. Sinister 2 - $13,633,000
  9. Go Away Mr. Tumor - $13,000,000
  10. Minions - $12,506,290
Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation stays the top film across the globe for another week although in comparison it is released in 63 countries whereas Straight Outta Compton shows strong figures from America alone.

Rogue Nation takes $63 million globally this week and is starting to slow down, it's global take is now $373.4 which should put it ahead of part 3 but it will struggle to beat the others.

Compton makes an impressive debut at number 2 with $56 million from America alone, it gets released across the globe in the coming weeks but its home territory is where the audience is.

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. makes it's debut this week at number 3 from 24 countries with $25.5 million, it will be seen as a disappointment.

Here is the full global top 10

  1. Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation - $63,100,000
  2. Straight Outta Compton - $56,106,165
  3. The Man From U.N.C.L.E. - $25,535,000
  4. Fantastic Four - $24,200,000
  5. Go Away Mr. Tumor - $21,500,000
  6. Minions - $20,161,200
  7. Veteran - $18,250,000
  8. Pixels - $15,415,000
  9. Inside Out - $13,435,000
  10. Brothers Blood Against Blood - $13,040,000
Starring some of the biggest names in hip hop Straight Outta Compton this week smashes into the top spot in American on it's debut week.

Directed by F. Gary Gary and starring the likes of Ice Cube and Dr. Dre the semi autobiographical film takes the top spot with a weekend gross of $56.1 million.

After a couple of weeks at the top Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation falls a single place to number 2, in America the film has to date grossed $138 million.

Also new in America is The Man From U.N.C.L.E. which rather disappointingly limps into 3rd on the box office.

Highest grossing film on the US top 12 this week is Minions at number 8 which has a US gross of $312 million so far.

Check out the full top 12 on 25thframe.co.uk

At the world box office this week Fantastic Four tried its best to be the top film of the week but very poor reviews meant it made its debut at 2 keeping Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation at the top.

Rogue Nation took $94 million across the globe last week from 59 countries and to date has made $265.3 million in global takings.

Criticised from almost all critics the re-imaged Fantastic Four film could inly muster up $60.3 million from 44 countries, one of the lowest ever openings from a superhero movie.

Top grossing film on the list this week is Jurassic World which has taken an incredible $1.5 billion during its cinema run and the demand for the film still has it released in 64 countries.

Most impressive feat of the week is South Korean movie Veteran at number 7 with $15.2 million in global taking from just 1 country.

Here is the full global top 10.

  1. Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation - $94,900,000
  2. Fantastic Four - $60,300,000
  3. Minions - $25,570,280
  4. Jurassic World - $17,030,000
  5. Ant-Man - $17,026,000
  6. Monster Hunt - $16,400,000
  7. Veteran - $15,200,000
  8. Pixels - $14,630,000
  9. Inside Out - $13,489,000
  10. The Gift - $12,909,000
Now in its 5th variation Mission:Impossible hits the top spot on its debut weekend as the Tom Cruise franchise continues with more explosions than before.

Taking £5.3 million over the weekend Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation continues the run started way back in 1996, every Mission:Impossible film has debuted at the top.

In comparison hasn't done as well as the £8 million plus of the first and fourth film but is on a par with the others all in the £5 million range.

Falling into second place this week is Inside Out after a single week at the top, although it's not bad news for the Pixar film, it took and incredible £9 million is mid week taking and would by far have been the biggest film is it took Monday to Sunday figures into account.

Also new this week is Hot Pursuit, the American hit film limps into the UK box office at number 7.

Highest grossing film on the box office is Jurassic World which is currently at £62.7 million after 8 weeks of release.

Historical charts

A year ago
Guardians of The Galaxy was the new film entering the box office at the top, it knocked Dawn of The Planet of The Apes down to number 2.

Five years ago
Toy Story 3 remained at the top for a second week while the remake of The Karate Kind was the highest new film at number 2.

Ten years ago
Charlie and The Chocolate Factory made its way to the top on its debut weekend of release, Madagascar fell to number 2.

Fifteen years ago
The Perfect Storm was the new film at the top, on its debut weekend Stuart Little fell to number 2.

Twenty years ago
Casper was the new film making its debut at number 1, it knocked Judge Dredd down to number 3.

Twenty Five yeas ago
Gremlins 2 The New Batch made its debut at the top knocking Back to The Future Part III down to number 3.

Mission:Impossible has done impressive numbers across the world this week, and as the summer season starts to draw to a close Tom Cruise is number 1.

One of the lowest opening grosses of the summer, but still $121 million world gross from 41 countries safely sees Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation become the top film of the week.

Minions starts to slow down a little after 5 weeks of release and falls down to number 2 this week with $51 million in world grosses from 63 countries.

Vacation makes a slow start but still manages to appear at number 7 this week from it's single country opening, it took $14.8 million just from the US..

Here is the full world box office this week.

  1. Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation - $121,000,000
  2. Minions - $51,255,000
  3. Ant-Man - $32,619,000
  4. Pixels - $30,200,000
  5. Monster Hunt - $27,000,000
  6. Inside Out - $22,317,000
  7. Vacation - $14,850,000
  8. The Assassination - $12,700,000
  9. Paper Towns - $10,600,000
  10. Southpaw - $10,519,000
As if it was in any doubt this week as we see Tom Cruise do what he does best and top the US box office week with the fifth in the Mission Impossible films.

Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation takes over the number 1 spot with a debut weekend gross of $56 million, similar numbers to the previous instalment from 2011.

The National Lampoons Vacation series starts a new generation with the Griswolds kids following in the footsteps of father at 2.

Vacation enters with a weekend gross of $14.8 million, far lower than expected.

Last weeks top film, Ant-Man, falls down to number 3 this week with $12 million, a total gross of $132 million to date.

Highest grossing film on the UK box office this week is Jurassic Park which has taken $329.6 million to date.

Chart info

UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 9

Chart history
Date
Place
Gross
1 / N
£5,351,344
2 / 
£2,408,562
3 / 
£1,585,062
4 / 
£1,042,827
4 / ▼▲
£890,857
4 / ▼▲
£509,849
6 / 
£302,316
12 / 
£143,285
13 / 
£94,849
Non-chart history
2 October 2015
£25,320
9 October 2015
£4,697
16 October 2015
£1,088
6 November 2015
£73
Finer details

Total UK gross £21,084,609 and the 196th top grossing film in the UK

Total World gross $682,330,139 and the 88th top grossing film globally

UK BBFC Certificate: 12

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