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2012

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2012
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Amanda Peet
Oliver Platt
Tom McCarthy
Danny Glover
Liam James
Morgan Lily
Zlatko Buric
Beatrice Rosen
Alexandre Haussmann
Philippe Haussmann
Johann Urb
John Billingsley
Chin Han
Osric Chau
Chang Tseng
Lisa Lu
Blu Mankuma
George Segal
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Ghost In The Shell
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22nd August 2016

After 3 weeks of Batman V Superman Dawn of justice at the top of the video charts sequel movie The Huntsman Winters War takes over on its debut week of release.

Released on 8th April 2016 the sequel to Snow White and The Huntsman from 2012 landed on the chart at the top, but it didn't last much after that! A 3 week run saw it disappear quickly from the box office top 10, although it did hang around cinemas for another 6 weeks after that.

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28th September 2015

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.

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Movie details
UK total gross
£19,354,774
UK top grossing film

US total gross
£166,112,167

Global total gross
£766,702,736

UK BBFC Certificate: 12

Box Office
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 7

Box Office History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£6,489,809
£6,489,809
2
£3,496,202
£12,923,681
4
£1,834,817
£16,217,379
6
£878,298
£17,816,176
8
£471,856
£18,674,864
10
£171,827
£19,211,971
15
£31,643
£19,354,774