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The Great Gatsby

(2013)

Director(s)
Stars
Tobey Maguire
Joel Edgerton
Jason Clarke
Amitabh Bachchan
Steve Bisley
Richard Carter
Adelaide Clemens
Vince Colosimo
Max Cullen
Mal Day
Elizabeth Debicki
Lisa Adam
Emmanuel Ekwenski
Eden Falk
Emily Foreman
Tiger Leacey Wyvill
Charlize Skinner
Garrett William Fountain
David Furlong
Daniel Gill
Iota
Price Johnson
Stephen James King
Goran D. Kleut
Kim Knuckey
Barrie Laws
Mark Lemon
John Maumau
Brendan Maclean
Frank Aldridge
Callan McAuliffe
Ben McIvor
Hamish Michael
Brian Rooney
Kevin McGlothan
Nick Meenahan
Olga Miller
Heather Mitchell
Gus Murray
Kate Mulvany
Barry Otto
John OConnell
Corey Blake Owers
Tasman Palazzi
Brenton Prince
Bryan Probets
Milan Pulvermacher
Alfred Quinten
Ghadir Rajab
Jake Ryan
John Sheerin
Nicholas Simpson
Kasia Stelmach
Nick Tate
Jack Thompson
Kieran van Bunnik
Sylvana Vandertouw
Gemma Ward
Matthew Whittet
Felix Williamson
Bill Young
Nancy Denis
Kahlia Greksa
Karinna Greksa
Natasha Marconi
Jaclyn Seymour
Briden Aspinall
Charles Bartley
Veronica Beattie
Kane Bonke
Kirby Burgess
Henry Byalikov
Thomas Egan
Danielle Evrat
Ryan Gonzalez
Lyndell Harradine
Sophie Rose Holloway
Michelle Hopper
James May
Zac McAliece
Lara Mulcahy
Mikaela Smith
Alex Stewart
Romina Villafranca
Mitchell Woodcock
Kaylie Yee
Tiana Canterbury
Morgan Choice
Eden Dessalegn
Elenoa Rokobaro
Lisa Viola
Betsy Effie Nkrumah
Thabang Baloyi
Jeff Duff
Alison Benstead
Joel Amos Byrnes
Elliott Collinson
Arthur Dignam
Simon Edds
Conor Fogarty
Nigel Harbach
Jacek Koman
Alex Lissine
Corey Mills
Stefan Mogel
Jey Osman
Kai Pantano
Drew Pearson
Chris Proctor
Eddie Ritchard
Alexander Roberts
Roger Adam Smith
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News
At the UK box office this week Godzilla stomped on all in its path to become the nation's top film on its debut week of release.

It was a hot weekend in the UK with many annual events happening which more than likely had an effect on the takings of Godzilla, but the monster flick, directed by Britain's own Gareth Edwards still managed a stomping £6.4 million.

If you compare this to the 1998 film of the same name that's £2.3 million higher but taking inflation into account this is almost an identical debut gross, although the 1998 film did open mid July.

Last weeks top film, Bad Neighbours, falls a single place this week to number 2 having grossed £11.3 million over 10 days, although much of this was in preview showings a week before the official release.

One other new film charted this week
The Two Faces of January

This time last year Fast and Furious 6 opened at the top of the box office, keeping The Great Gatsby to open at 2, the previous top film, Star Trek Into Darkness, fell to 3.

Five years ago Angels and Demons made its debut at the top knocking Star Trek into the runner up spot.

Ten years ago Van Helsing held the top for a 3rd week while the top new film was The Football Factory at 4.

Fifteen years ago Forces of Nature climbed to the top knocking I Still Know What You Did Last Summer to the number 2 spot.

The top 5 on the UK box office this week was almost static with The Wolf Pack leading the way in their 3rd Hangover outing.

The Hangover Part III stayed at the top for a second weekend in a row this week with no competition from any new releases meaning the only movement in the top 5 was Star Trek into Darkness climbing 1 place and The Great Gatsby dropping a place.

Longest stay in the chart this week is The Croods which is now on an 11 week run and the highest grossing film is Iron Man 3 which has to date grossed £ 36,358,709 A year ago Ridley Scott brought his new Alien film to cinemas in the shape of Prometheus which debut at the top and was hence the highest new film knocking Men in Black 3 from the top.

Five years ago the first Sex and the City movie made it's debut at the top of the UK box office knocking the fourth instalment of the Indiana Jones franchise, The Kingdom of the Chrystal Skull from the top.

Ten years ago The Matrix Reloaded was still riding the wave of expectation at the top keeping Steve Martin at bay in the runner up spot in Bringing Down the House which debuted at 2.

Fifteen year ago meteor disaster movies were all the rage and Deep Impact was still at the top while horror film Wishmaster was the highest new film at 3.

Twenty years ago Indecent Proposal was proving to be the top grossing film of May.

Check out this weeks UK box office.

Chart info

UK release date:

Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 7

Chart history
Date
Place
Gross
2 / N
£4,095,325
4 / 
£1,972,425
5 / 
£1,302,008
5 / ▼▲
£658,225
7 / 
£433,188
10 / 
£158,927
12 / 
£83,278
Non-chart history
Finer details

Total UK gross £15,446,265 and the 331th top grossing film in the UK

Total World gross $346,112,796 and the 317th top grossing film globally

UK BBFC Certificate: 12

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