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All The Money In The World No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

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2018
15
5th January
All The Money In The World

Directed by

Starring

Romain Duris
Timothy Hutton
Charlie Plummer
Charlie Shotwell
Andrew Buchan
Marco Leonardi
Giuseppe Bonifati
Nicolas Vaporidis
Andrea Piedimonte Bodini
Guglielmo Favilla
Nicola Di Chio
Adele Tirante
Alessandra Roca
Francesca Inaudi
Stacy Martin
Maya Kelly
Kit Cranston
Ginevra Migliore
Francesco Bomenuto
Clive Wood
David Brooks
Cherise Silvestri
Roy McCrerey
Anna Devlin
Stanley Treshansky
Josie Sayers
Paola Scotto di Tella
Daniel Gosling
Kim Fenton
Oliver Ryan
Ghassan Massoud
Bakar Qabbani
Adam Astill
Olivia Grant
Charlotte Beckett
Francesca Esposito
Alessio Montagnani
Antonio Lanni
Giuseppe Gandini
Paolo Bernardini
Alessandro Grespan
Lorenzo Pedrotti
Rachele Studer
Giulio Base
Ciro Fortunato
Olivia Magnani
Giampiero Judica
Rainer Sellien
Giannina Scott
Ilir Jacellari
Enzo Attanasio
Monica Nappo
Marco de Leo
Maurizio Lombardi
Fabio Farronato
Valeria Vaiano
Mario Opinato
Valentina Violo
Matteo Carlomagno
Alex Marchi
Dean Kilbey
Dominic Cazenove
Damiano Schiozzi
Gino Nardella
Chantal Ughi
Riccardo de Torrebruna
Lorenzo Patan
Jonathan Aris
Thomas Brungardt Esq.
Francesco Di Raimondo
Stefan Kopiecki
Elise Lamb
Simon Lenagan
Teresa Mahoney
Andrew Reed
Chiara Serangeli

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14th December 2017

Directed by Ridley Scott and starring Mark Wahlberg All The Money In The World gets a 15 certificate in the UK

Given for strong violence, injury detail, threat, language the film is released in the UK on 5th January 2018.

Movie details
UK total gross
£3,250,470
1689
All The Money In The World
1690

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Popular in: United Kingdom and Canada

Box Office Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 6

Weeks on box office: 3

Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
6N
£1,161,475
£1,161,475
8
£539,706
£2,417,003
13
£182,087
£2,910,436
Other Chart History
26 January 2018
£54,482
2 February 2018
£24,123
9 February 2018
£6,199
16 February 2018
£1,700
23 February 2018
£1,571
2 March 2018
£2,199
9 March 2018
£4,471
16 March 2018
£2,023
23 March 2018
£876
20 April 2018
£150