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This Means War

(2012)

Director(s)
Stars
Til Schweiger
Abigail Spencer
Angela Bassett
Rosemary Harris
George Touliatos
Clint Carleton
Warren Christie
Leela Savasta
Natassia Malthe
Laura Vandervoort
Dominique Brownes
Paul Wu
Daren A. Herbert
Kevin OGrady
Jesse Reid
Viv Leacock
Jenny Slate
Kasey Ryne Mazak
Kevan Ohtsji
Baline Patry
Aleks Paunovic
Joey Forfellow
Jakob Davies
Patrick Monroe
Elizabeth Weinstein
Ash Lee
Conrad Coates
Lauren Watson
Lee Razavi
Affion Crockett
Jennifer Kitchen
Lossen Chambers
John Stewart
Jill Teed
Patrick Sabongui
Graeme Goodhall
Alex Pesusich
Che Pritchard
Louise Hradsky
Kirstyn Konig
Tyrell Witherspoon
Richard OSullivan
Jennifer Oleksiuk
Paul Becker
Allan Gray
Dariusz Slowik
Mike Dopud
Klodyne Rodney
Mason Brown
Thomas Potter
Desiree Zurowski
Fred Henderson
Gretal Montgomery
Michael Papajohn
Arien Boey
Derek Waters
Mike Johnson
Panou
Emilie Ullerup
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News
This week making its debut at the top of the UK box office is the critically acclaimed Wolverine movie Logan starring Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart.

The solo Wolverine movies have not had the best of times at either the box office or with critics, but Logan bucks that trend and gets the 78 highest debut weekend in the UK with £9.44 million.

Compared to both X-Men Origins: Wolverine and The Wolverine this is far higher with those films taking £6 million and £4 million respectively, it will do better than both those films.

The Lego Batman Movie falls to number 2 after 3 weeks at the top with a £1.5 million weekend which brings the films total gross to £24.9 million and is currently the second highest grossing movie of 2017.

Also new this week are Viceroys House which is at 3 with £0.9 million and Fist Fight at 10 with £0.4 million.

La La Land is both the longest running film on the UK box office with 8 weeks so far and the highest grossing with £29.8 million, it is also the top grossing film of 2017 so far.

Historical charts

A year ago
London Has Fallen took over at the top of the UK box office on its debut while Deadpool fell to number 3 after 3 weeks at the top.

Five years ago
Staying at the top was The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel for a second weekend while the top new film was This Means War at number 3.

Ten years ago
Three weeks at the top for Hot Fuzz meant the top new film was at number 2 in the form of Ghost Rider.

Fifteen years ago
Vanilla Sky held its own at the top, just about, with the top new film making its debut at number 3, Shallow Hal.

Twenty years ago
Mars Attacks made its debut at the top of the UK box office while Ransom fell to number 2 after 3 weeks on top.

Twenty five years ago
Bruce Willis took over at the top of the box office with The Last Boy Scout on its debut while The Prince of Tides fell to number 2 after a week on top.

It's not Hansel and Gretel as I remember from the fairy tale, but the Witch Hunting duo debut at the top.

Hansel and Gretal: Witch Hunters knocks Disneys Wreck-It Ralph into the runner up spot on it's debut. Witch Hunters took £1.5 million for the weekend.

This time last year The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel was sitting at the top of the UK charts while This Means War was the highest new film at 3.

Five years ago Jason Statham took over at the at the top with the true story film The Bank Job on it's debut week.

Ten years ago The Ring was still at the top with the highest new film at 2 being Jackass The Movie.

Fifteen years ago Titanic was a way into it's record breaking run at the cinema and Spielberg's Amistad was the highest new film at 3.

Chart info

UK release date:

Highest chart position: 3

Weeks on box office: 4

Chart history
Date
Place
Gross
3 / N
£1,821,698
4 / 
£1,017,075
8 / 
£431,648
12 / 
£119,260
Non-chart history
Finer details

Total UK gross £4,826,653 and the 1147th top grossing film in the UK

UK BBFC Certificate: 12

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