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The Fifth Element

(1997)

Director(s)
Luc Besson
Stars
Ian Holm
Luke Perry
Brion James
Tommy Tiny Lister
Lee Evans
Charlie Creed-Miles
Tricky
John Neville
John Bluthal
Mathieu Kassovitz
Christopher Fairbank
Kim Chan
Richard Leaf
Julie T. Wallace
Al Matthews
Maïwenn
John Bennett
Ivan Heng
Sonita Henry
Tim McMullan
Hon Ping Tang
George Khan
John Hughes
Roberto Bryce
Said Talidi
Clifton Lloyd Bryan
Justin Lee Burrows
Richard Ashton
Jerome St. John Blake
Kevin Molloy
Bill Reimbold
Colin Brooks
Anthony Chinn
Sam Douglas
Derek Ezenagu
David Kennedy
David Barrass
Roger Monk
Mac McDonald
Mark Seaton
Jean-Luc Caron
Riz Meedin
Jerry Ezekiel
Indra Ové
Nicole Merry
Stacey McKenzie
Rachel Willis
Genevieve Maylam
Josie Perez
Natasha Brice
Sophia Goth
Martin McDougall
Pete Dunwell
Paul Priestley
Jason Salkey
Stewart Harvey-Wilson
David Fishley
Carlton Chance
Gin Clarke
Vladimir McCrary
Aron Paramor
Alan Ruscoe
Christopher Adamson
Eve Salvail
Kaleem Janjua
Tyrone Tyrell
Kevin Brewerton
Vincenzo Pellegrino
Ian Beckett
Sonny Caldinez
Zeta Graff
Eddie Ellwood
Yui
Laura De Palma
Michael Culkin
Lenny McLean
Robert Oates
John Sharian
Fred Williams
Sibyl Buck
Sarah Carrington
Ali Yassine
Sean Buckley
Dane Messam
Nathan Hamlett
Cecil Cheng
Scott Woods
Leon Dekker
David Garvey
Stanley Kowalski
Omar Williams
Robert Clapperton
Robert Alexander
Mia Frye
Leo Williams
C. Keith Martin
J.D. Dawodu
Patrick Nicholls
Shaun Davis
Roy Garcia
Alex Georgijev
Marie Guillard
Renee Montemayor
Stina Richardson
Kristen Fick
François Guillaume
Anita Koh
Kamay Lau
Tracy Redington
Gito Santana
Frank Senger
Joss Skottowe
Roger Wright
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News
With the release of the fifth in the now long running Transformers series we were bound to get a new film at the top of the UK box office.

Transformers The Last Knight makes its way to the top of the Uk box office on its debut weekend of release with a gross of £4.6 million, a low for the series.

In fact the other 4 films have made between £8 and £11 million on their opening, it could not surprise me if this one struggles to make that during its entire run.

Wonder Woman spent three weeks at the top of the box office before this week falling to number 2, still a &poound;1.5 million weekend is not too bad.

The films total gross has not crossed the &poound;18 million mark and it should go past the £20 million before the end of its run.

Also new this week is Hampsted at number 6 and Tubelight at number 7 with half a million and £300,000+ respectively.

Longest running film this week is The Boss Baby with 12 weeks on the charts and highest total grossing is Guardians of The Galaxy Vol 2 which has now takes £40.7 million.

Historical chart

A year ago
The Secret Life of pets landed at the top, it knocked off The Conjuring 2 The Enfield Case which spent just a week at the top.

Five years ago
As odd as it seemed Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter made its debut at the top knocking off Prometheus which fell to 4.

Ten years ago
Staying at the top for a second weekend was 4: Rise of The Silver Surfer while the top new film was Captivity at number 4.

Fifteen years ago
Spider-Man stayed at the top of the box office while top new film was The Musketeer right down at number 8.

Twenty years ago
The Devils Own found its way to the top on its debut while The Fifth Element fell to number 3 after two weeks on top.

Twenty five years ago
spending a third week at the top was The Lawnmower Man, it kept The Lover at bay which made its debut at number 2.

Making it a trio of weeks at the top this week Wonder Woman beats again The Mummy while the top new film is Churchill at number 5.

The DC Universe from Warner Bros. really has kicked into gear now with Wonder Woman taking £1.8 million on its third weekend of release.

This puts the films total gross in the UK at £16.2 million, although last years Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice made more it was very front loaded and by this point in its run had really slowed down.

The Mummy has done better in the UK than in other territories where it sunk on the second weekend, this week its still at 2 with £1.1 million for a total of £4.9 million.

Highest new film of the week is Churchill which enters the UK box office at number 5 with £392,732.

The film starring Brian Cox and Miranda Richardson has been praised critically but as a small independent film doesnt get the reach of a high budget blockbuster and was only screened in 345 sites.

The film has done well to take this much and as is often the case with British film it is sure to hang around for many weeks to come.

Other films making their debut this weekend are Gifted starring Chris Evans and the Nick Broomfield documentary Whitney Can I Be Me at number 10.

Longest running film this weekend is The Boss Baby with 11 weeks on the chart while the top grossing movie is Guardians of The Galaxy Vol 2 which has now grossed £40 million in total.

Historical charts

A year ago
The Conjuring 2 The Enfield Case was the top new film making its debut at number 1 while Me Before You fell to number 2 after 2 weeks on top.

Five years ago
Prometheus retained the top slot for a third weekend while the top new film was Rock of Ages at number 4.

Ten years ago
4: Rise of The Silver Surfer topped the charts on its debut knocking Oceans Thirteen down to number 2 after a week of release.

Fifteen years ago
Spider-Man (the original Sam Raimi version) made its debut at the top of the UK box office, it knocked Star Wars Episode II: Attack of The Clones down to number 2 after 4 weeks on top.

Twenty years ago
remaining at the top was The Fifth Element while the top new film was Whoopy Goldberg in The Associate at number 7.

Twenty five years ago
The Lawnmower Man held onto the top for a second weekend with Dolly Pardon in Straight Talk the top new film at number 4.

Tom Cruise has always been a film favourite at the UK box office having scored hit film after hit film, but his latest film The Mummy which must have seemed like a sure fire hit falls at number 2 this week.

It was a very close call in the end with The Mummy pulling in £3.3 million on its debut, if you compare this to Cruises last film Jack Reacher Never Go Back it is a million higher, but compared to his last franchise film Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation it is a couple of million shy.

Despite if this means the actor is starting to loose his sure fire hit status if you compare this The Mummy to the 1999 Brendan Fraser version of the film its about equal, and that nearly 20 years ago.

Remaining at the top for a second week, and by the thinest of margins is Wonder Woman which takes £3.4 million this weekend.

This brings the films total gross after 10 days of play to £12.8 million and well on track to be one of the highest grossing movies of the year.

Also new this week at number 5 is the Live Cinema event Take That Wonderland Live From The O2 with £1 million.

New at 6 is My Cousin Rachel while another event movie Peter Pan: NT Live 2017 is new at 11.

With Beauty and The Beast returning to the top 15 this week it becomes once again the top grossing movie with £72 million and the longest running film at 12 weeks.

Historical charts

A year ago
Me Before You remained at the top of the box office for a second weekend and with a strong upper chart the top new film was The Boss at number 7.

Five years ago
Prometheus stayed at the top for a second weekend with The Pact the highest new film at 4.

Ten years ago
Oceans Thirteen was the new film making its debut a the top, its knocked Pirates of The Caribbean: At Worlds End down to number 2 after 2 weeks at the top.

Fifteen years ago
Four weeks at number one for Star Wars Episode II: Attack of The Clones while the top new film was Unfaithful at number 2.

Twenty years ago
The fifth Element made its debut at the top knocking Liar Liar down to number 3.

Twenty five years ago
The Lawnmower Man was the top new film at number one knocking Waynes World down to number 2 after 2 weeks on top.

Final trailer for Luc Bessons Valerian and The City of A Thousand Planets - looking absolutely stunning.

A visual successor to The Fifth Element this could be Luc Bessons best film, and possibly the film event of the summer.

Check out the trailer below.

Valerian and The City of A Thousand Planets gets a second trailer and it looks fantastic.

Luc Besson who directed classic such as Nikita, Leon and The Fifth Element brings us this space adventure.

Check out the trailer below.

Chart info

UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 11

Chart history
Date
Place
Gross
1 / N
£3,182,983
1 / ▼▲
£1,720,531
3 / 
£930,017
4 / 
£502,712
6 / 
£271,736
8 / 
£79,397
8 / ▼▲
£42,917
11 / 
£23,198
11 / ▼▲
£12,539
11 / ▼▲
£6,778
12 / 
£3,664
Non-chart history
Finer details

Total UK gross £6,923,356 and the 822th top grossing film in the UK

UK BBFC Certificate: PG

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