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Aliens

1986
Aliens
Directed by
Starring
Carrie Henn
Michael Biehn
Paul Reiser
Lance Henriksen
Bill Paxton
William Hope
Jenette Goldstein
Al Matthews
Mark Rolston
Ricco Ross
Colette Hiller
Daniel Kash
Cynthia Dale Scott
Tip Tipping
Trevor Steedman
Paul Maxwell
Valerie Colgan
Alan Polonsky
Alibe Parsons
Blain Fairman
Barbara Coles
Carl Toop
John Lees
William Armstrong
Jay Benedict
Holly De Jong
Christopher Henn
Elizabeth Inglis
Mac McDonald
Stuart Milligan
Chris Webb
Tom Woodruff Jr.
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14th November 2016

Keeping a strong hold of the US box office on its second week of release is Doctor Strange which held off not only smash animated film Trolls but top new film Arrival.

A second weekend gross of $43 million brings the US gross of the Marvel film to $153 million after 10 days of release.

This is keeping the film well in line with many of the Marvel film and its looking good for the Benedict Cumberbatch film going forward.

Highest new film of the week is the Denis Villeneuve directed Arrival, which lands on the US box office at number 3.

The high brow drama of aliens arriving on earth with no communication with anyone stars Amy Adams and takes $24 million on its opening weekend.

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This week there is a trio of new releases which will battle it out for box office supremacy but they may have a battle on their hands with this weeks top film The Fault in Our Stars.

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30th April 2014

With no massive new releases on Friday The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was able to claim the top spot at the box office for a second consecutive week.

Adding a weekend gross of £3.4 million the Spider-Man follow-up has got a 10 day UK box office taking of £16.5 million. This is lower than it's predecessor which had taken £18.8 million during the same period, although that film had a July Opening.

Highest new film of the week is the Cameron Diaz starring The Other Woman. The rom com starring one of the biggest female leads at the moment grossed £2.7 million on it's debut landing at 2.

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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.

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Ten years ago it was still Scooby Doo 2 Monsters Unleashed at the top with the highest new film The Butterfly Effect coming in at five.

Fifteen years ago saw The Faculty climb to the top knocking The Rugrats Movie down to two while the highest new film was An Ideal Husband at three.

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Sorry about the late report this week, Easter holidays has delayed things.

This week Captain America: The Winter Soldier returns to the top of the UK box office, surprisingly knocking Rio 2 down to third, surprisingly because it's the Uk Easter holidays and the one big kids film seems to have died at the box office, although Captain America does have teenage appeal.

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Five years ago Fast and Furious hit the top spot on it's debut knocking Monsters Vs. Aliens into the runner up spot.

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Fifteen years ago The Rugrats Movie spent it's 3rd week at the top while The Faculty debuted at 2.

Movie details
UK total gross
£4,456,592
1342
1343
Aliens
1344

US total gross
£85,160,248
802
803
Aliens
804

UK BBFC Certificate: 18

Popular in: United Kingdom

Box Office
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 14

Box Office History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£1,836,157
£1,836,157
1▲▼
£1,080,092
£2,916,249
1▲▼
£635,348
£3,551,597
1▲▼
£373,734
£3,925,331
2
£219,844
£4,145,175
3
£129,320
£4,274,495
4
£76,071
£4,350,566
5
£44,748
£4,395,314
7
£26,322
£4,421,636
7▲▼
£15,484
£4,437,120
7▲▼
£9,108
£4,446,228
7▲▼
£5,358
£4,451,586
7▲▼
£3,152
£4,454,738
8
£1,854
£4,456,592
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