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Highest chart position: 2
Weeks on box office: 8
2nd October 2020
The new Bond movie No Time To Die has been hanging on to its November release date since it originally got delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic but today it gives in and the release date moves to April 2nd 2021.
Universal, the distribution company for the Bond series released this statement:
"MGM, Universal and Bond producers, Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, today announced the release of No Time To Die, the 25th film in the James Bond series, will be delayed until 2nd April in order to be seen by a worldwide theatrical audience, we understand the delay will be disappointing to our fans but we now look forward to sharing No Time To Die next year."
This is the latest of the big end of year movies to get moved to 2021 and with only a few left including Wonder Woman 1984 and Death On The Nile this is leaving 2020 very empty.
With cinemas struggling to reopen safely and attendance in those that have opened struggling even with only 25 - 50% capacity as evident with Tenet's poor box office figures it is no wonder the movie has been delayed.
Film distributers are starting to realise that 2020 is now basically a write off, but this is clearly having an effect on cinema chains that are struggling to stay in business.
The music video for the theme song by Billie Eillish was only released yesterday so this is perhaps strange timing, although the press for this movie is all over the place as the song hit number 1 on the music chart back in February, a couple of months before the original release date!
This is Daniel Craigs reported last outing as Bond but he's perhaps going to have to hang on a little longer for all the press junkets that will happen in March/April next year.
MGM, Universal and Bond producers, Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, today announced the release of NO TIME TO DIE, the 25th film in the James Bond series, will be delayed until 2 April 2021 in order to be seen by a worldwide theatrical audience. pic.twitter.com/NqHlU24Ho3— James Bond (@007) October 2, 2020
30th June 2020
What were the big movies hitting the UK box office over the last 30 year?
Each week we present a rundown of the UK box office chart headlines on this same week from last year to 1990.
The number one film was Toy Story 4 which had been at the top for 2 weeks.
The film with the longest run was Casino Royale which had been on the box office for 17 weeks.
The top total grossing film of the week was Avengers: Endgame which had taken £88.3 Million after 10 weeks of release.
The film with the longest run was Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back which had been on the box office for 26 weeks.
The top total grossing film of the week was Jurassic World which had taken £48.9 Million after 3 weeks of release.
The film with the longest run was Robin Hood which had been on the box office for 7 weeks.
The top total grossing film of the week was Sex And The City 2 which had taken £20.4 Million after 5 weeks of release.
The number one film was Batman Begins which had been at the top for 2 weeks.
The top new film of the week was Kung Fu Hustle directed by Stephen Chow and starring Stephen Chow and Feng Xiao Gang which entered the box office at number 4.
The film with the longest run was Monster-in-Law which had been on the box office for 7 weeks.
The top total grossing film of the week was Star Wars Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith which had taken £37.9 Million after 6 weeks of release.
The number one film was Gladiator which had been at the top for 7 weeks and with a total gross of £24.4 Million it was also the top total grossing film.
The film with the longest run was The Tigger Movie which had been on the box office for 9 weeks.
The number one film was Bad Boys which had been at the top for 2 weeks.
The top new film of the week was Guarding Tess directed by Hugh Wilson and starring Nicolas Cage and Shirley MacLaine which entered the box office at number 3.
The longerst run on the box office and the top total grossing film was Muriels Wedding which had taken £7.4 Million over 11 weeks of release.
Making its debut at the top was Tremors starring Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward and directed by Ron Underwood
The film with the longest run was Uncle Buck which had been on the box office for 10 weeks.
The top total grossing film of the week was Pretty Woman which had taken £11.7 Million after 5 weeks of release.
1st August 2019
With Disney's live action The Lion King remaining at the top of the UK box office there were no big new releases so André Rieu 2019 Maastricht Concert: Shall We Dance? Event Cinema showing came in as the highest new entry.
Remaining at the top of the UK box office this week is the live action movie remake from Disney which takes an amazing £10.6 Million on its 2nd weekend.
This puts the films total gross at £36.8 Million puts its above that of the original animation, although adjusted for inflation it is well behind, at the moment.
The Pixar animation sits at number 2 again this week with a gross of £2.5 Million after 6 weeks of release.
The film now has a total gross in the Uk of £51 Million easily putting it as the second highest of the year.
Sony's MCU movie is at number 3 this week with £1.7 Million putting it at £30.5 Million for its total gross.
Always a popular pull on the Event Cinema scene the 2019 Maastricht Concert from André Rieu enters the box office at number 4 with £1.5 Million.
The Danny Boyle directed movie falls to 5 this week with £613,000 over the weekend pushing its total to £11 Million after 5 weeks.
May a bit of a disappointment the movie version of popular childrens TV show Horrible Histories enters at 6 this week with £609,490.
Maybe making its last appearence on the box office this week the Elton John fantasy Bio-Pic falls to number 15 after 10 weeks with a total gross of £24.4 Million.
30th July 2019
The Disney film The Lion King continues to rule to global box office with a mammoth weekend gross and Chinese film Ne Zha makes its debut at number 2.
THe Disney live action remake spends its 3rd weekend on the global box office and takes $218.3 Million from 54 countries.
This pushes the films total global gross to $962.6 Million meaning the film will make it past the Billion mark next weekend.
The Chinese animation hit the box office this week nad took $83.1 Million ($92.2 including previews) from just the single country.
This makes the film the highest grossing debut in China for an animated movie beating Zootopia which held the record previously.
Maverick director Quentin Tarantino brings his new film to the global box office and after good reviews scores his biggest debut to date.
The film starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt took $40.3 Million from just the single country of release, America.
The Marvel web slinger movie from Sony took $33.2 Million from 8 countries this weekend on its 5th weekend of release.
This pushes the film past the magic $1 Billion mark on the global box office and its the 9th Marvel film to do this, the third this year alone.
Finishing of the top 5 this week is the Pixar animation which take $29.2 Million from 41 countries on its 6th weekend.
This puts the Toy Story sequel at $917.9 Million.
The Chinese film is at number 6 this week with a total gross of $107.6 Million pushing the film past the $100 Million global mark.
Sitting at number 7 this week is the Disney live action film which this week passes the $1 Billion mark at the global box office.
Danny Boyle's Beatles homage is at number 9 this week and with a total global gross of $109.6 Million goes past the $100 Million mark at the global box office.
24th July 2019
Roaring into the UK box office at number 1 is Jon Favreau's live action remake of the Disney animated movie of the same name from 1994.
As expected the Disney movie remake of their classic animated tale hits the top in big style with a debut weekend of £16.6 Million.
The film took an incredibly 68% of the top 15 gross.
This isn't too far behind the live remake of Beauty And The Beast, which is so far the top grossing of this trend, which took £19.7 Million in 2017.
That film went on to gross £72.4 Million, so a £50 Million+ total is not out of the question.
The Disney Pixar fourquel takes £2.7 Million on its 5th weekend of release as it holds firm at number 2 on the box office.
The films UK total now stands at a very respectable £47.2 Million.
The post Avengers: Endgame movie falls from the top to number 3 this week with a gross of £2.3 Million pushing the films total to £27.2 Million after 3 weeks.
The film is now the 5th highest grossing film of 2019, and interestingly the whole top 5 of the year are Disney properties.
Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis film based on the music of The Beatles sits at number 4 this week with a weekend gross of £774 Thousand pushing its total to £9.9 Million after 4 weeks of release.
The Conjuring Universe movie falls to number 5 on its 2nd weekend taking £770 Thousand for a £4 Million total.
The Elton John film has been on the box office for 9 weeks now and has taken £22.9 Million, it is at number 13 this week.