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Directed by

Steve Pink


Adam Herschman
Columbus Short
Maria Thayer
Lewis Black
Mark Derwin
Ann Cusack
Hannah Marks
Robin Taylor
Sam Horrigan
Joe Hursley
Jeremy Howard
Anthony Heald
Travis Van Winkle
Kaitlin Doubleday
Diora Baird
Ross Patterson
Artie Baxter
Kellan Lutz
Brendan Miller
Chantelle Tibbs
Christian Long
Yorke Fryer
Skyler Stone
James Taku Leung
Ernest Shaun Reyes
Matt Noble
Lisa Gleave
Alejandra Gutierrez
Jim OHeir
Darcy Shean
Jay Harik
Mathew Vigil
Debbon Ayer
Carla Jimenez
Ned Schmidtke
Tim Bagley
Ray Santiago
Margaret Travolta
Brian Powell
Mike Daily
Jeff Duby
Scott Adsit
Lindy Loundagin
Steve Little
Ethan Hova
Paraic McGann
Arthur Leo
Criscilla Crossland
Larke Hasstedt
Holly Fielding
Meredith Giangrande
Kate French
Christina Diaz
Zoe Di Stefano
David Carmon
Armen Weitzman
Christopher Khai
Stephanie St. Hilaire
Shameka Banks
Nicholas Garren
Louie Heredia
Matthew St. Clair
Jamie Leffler
Nina Nam
Wendy Waller
Ronnie Lewis Jr.
Matthew Ching
Richard Brown
Mylika Davis
Laurie Meghan Phelps
Portis Hershey
Joseph Robinson
Jamie Seibert
Joseph Stiteler
JT Alexander
Ava Bellamy
Richard Blake
Jacare Calhoun
Curt Clendenin
Joshua Collins
Evyenia Constantine
Mindee de Lacey
Chad Fernandez
Asher Gold
Geoffrey Gould
Charleigh Harmon
Courtney Jackson
Jason Kapraun
Benjamin Kim
Devon Marie King
Michelle Laine
Vanessa Lauren
Rebecca Parisi
Neil Patil
Nathan Pitkanen
Parker Quinn
Rumaisa Rahman
Jimmy Schueler
Greg Sestero
Meilinda Cecilia Soerjoko
Dana Tripp
Erika Wakker

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This week there wasn't too much of a surprise to see The Amazing Spider-Man 2 enter the box office at the very top after a much hyped and anticipated release.

A sequel to the 2012 re-boot franchise, a new generation of people have now accepted this take on the webbed hero in contrast to Sam Raimi and Toby Maguire's 2002 - 2007 series of films.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 enteres the box office with a weekend gross of £9 million, not quite enough to put it among the greats.

With only enough room for one superhero last weeks top film, Captain America: The Winter Soldier falls to four this week.

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Five years ago Monsters Vs. Aliens was still holding the top spot with the highest new film coming from I Love You Man at four.

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This week The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey nudges it's way past the $1 Billion world box office taking mark making it 15th film that has made it past the milestone.

This is an interesting group of films but the group is becoming less and less elite as time goes on, like the magic $100 million mark of time past.

The first film to manage the feat was Titanic back in 1998, and it held the record as the only film to have done it until 2003 when The Return of the King managed it. Since then, and with the introduction of 3D where you are charged more for your ticket, we have had 13 other films make the grade.

Of the 15, 8 had a 3D releases as well as a 2D release, 4 were released in 2012, 2 have made over $2 Billion, 1 made it over the billion mark after it's 3D re-release last year, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, and 1 was released in about 6 different formats.

The $1 Billion club is bound to grow and grow so chart watchers are now looking for the next flurry of films to make over $2 Billion, a hard task of which only 1 film has truly made it without a re-release, but that had a 3D tax, Avatar.

These figures are not adjusted for inflation in ticket prices, this is a hotly debated subject, but it is generally accepted that the highest grossing film of all time if ticket sales had always been at today's prices would be Gone With the Wind, whic would today gross $3.2 Billion at the box office, in fact the top 15 would look something more like this

  1. Gone with the Wind
  2. Avatar
  3. Titanic
  4. Star Wars
  5. The Lion King
  6. E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial
  7. Jurassic Park
  8. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
  9. Jaws
  10. The Exorcist
  11. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2
  12. Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
  13. Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
  14. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
  15. Independence Day

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UK BBFC Certificate: 12

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Highest chart position: 8

Weeks on box office: 2

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