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Another Year

Another Year

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Lesley Manville
Ruth Sheen
Oliver Maltman
Peter Wight
David Bradley
Martin Savage
Karina Fernandez
Michele Austin
Philip Davis
Imelda Staunton
Stuart McQuarrie
Eileen Davies
Mary Jo Randle
Ben Roberts
David Hobbs
Badi Uzzaman
Meneka Das
Ralph Ineson
Edna Dor
Gary Powell
Lisa McDonald
Nicolas Jarvis

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Pixar announces another new movie for next year  DigitalSpy.com

Soul is Pixar's new movie coming from the director of Up, Inside Out and Monsters, Inc.

Wed, 19th June 2019

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Box office blues: can Netflix save the movie star?  The Guardian

While A-listers are struggling on the big screen, the streaming platform is providing a splashy solution to ailing stardom.

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Hollywood is having a bad summer. It's killing movie theater stocks  CNN

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Mon, 24th June 2019

31st December 2018

2018 was another year at the US box office where Disney dominated with their Marvel franchise and Pixar hit while there was a sprinkling of Dinosaurs and a Deadpool for good measure.

Black Panther

Black Panther

The top film in the US in 2018 was the critically acclaimed Black Panther which was released in February and grossed over $700 million during its box office run.

Avengers Infinity War

As if that wasn't enough Disney also took the second spot of 2018 with Avengers Infinity War which was released in April and took an amazing $678 million at the US box office.

Incredibles 2

And again as if that wasn't enough for Disney they also managed the third highest grossing movie of 2018 with their Pixar studio film Incredibles 2 which was released in June and grossed over $608 million.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Universal took the 2018 number 4 slot in the US with Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, and despite the fact that it took over $400 million in the US it was far from the 3 Disney hits above it.

Deadpool 2

Finally on the top five hits of 2018 in the US is the Fox property Deadpool 2 which took $324 million, interestingly Fox's movie devision is about to be acquired by Disney, and the film had a second dip of the box office over the holiday period.

Disney's Marvel domination is set to continue into 2019 with more high profile releases, and despite the lack of any Star Wars movies (another Disney property) on this list the anticipation for 2019's Episode IX is already growing.

Here is the top 10 film of 2018 at the US box office.

  1. Black Panther - $700 million
  2. Avengers: Infinity War - $678 million
  3. Incredibles 2 - $608 million
  4. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom - $416 million
  5. Deadpool 2 - $324 million
  6. The Grinch - $265 million
  7. Mission:Impossible Fallout - $220 million
  8. Ant-Man And The Wasp - $216 million
  9. Solo: A Star Wars Story - $213 million
  10. Venom - $212 million

4th November 2018

This weekend the Freddie Mercury/Queen film Bohemian Rhapsody got its North American release and took the top spot with ease on its debut weekend.

The Nutcracker And The Four Realms

Bohemian Rhapsody

Making an impressive debut at the top of the US box office the bio-pic took $50 million over its debut weekend.

The film is directed by Bryan Singer so wont come near to being his top film at the US box office as he had major success with the X-Men movies.

With such a good debut for the film we could see a far bigger total gross than studio expectations.

The Nutcracker And The Four Realms

Second new entry of the week comes in at number 2 in the form of Disney new film based on the short story The Nutcracker and the Mouse King.

The film starring Keira Knightley and Directed by Lasse Hallstrm and Joe Johnston takes $20 million on its debut weekend.

Nobody's Fool

Completing a trio of new released at the top of the US box office this Tyler Perry directed film comes in at number 3 with a debut weekend gross of $14 million.

A Star Is Born

This film has turned out to be a bit of a slow burner as the Lady Gaga starring film spends a 5th week onside the top 5, this week at number 4 with $11.5 million.

The film has now taken an excellent $165.6 million at the US box office.


With the scare season over for another year the horror film takes a tumble down the chart from the top to number 5 this week.

An $11 million weekend boosts the films total US gross to $150.4 million.

5th December 2012

In a record breaking week where it becomes the top movie in the UK ever, Skyfall reclaims the number 1 spot at the UK box office.

After spending 2 week at the top, The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 2 is dislodged by the return of the 50th anniversary Bond movie. It was a close call in the end with Breaking Dawn 2 grossing £2,180,909 and Skyfall taking £2,275,469 bringing their totals in the UK to £31,373,440 and £93,769,331 repectively.

Highest new film this week is the Dreamworks animated film Rise of the Guardians which took £1,968,984, a good number in most weeks but not with the two powerhouse films that have dominated in recent weeks.

This time last year Arthur Christmas was still holding onto the top spot in the UK and £1,896,595 over the weekend, highest new film of the week was Happy Feet Two.

The festive theme continued five years ago when Fred Clause was the top new film at number one, staring Vince Vaughn the film grossed £2,275,469 on it's opening.

Ten years ago it was another year when it was all Bond, this time with Die Another Day, it was holding the top spot with a take of £5,364,433 over the weekend, and Santa Clause 2 was the highest film at number 3.

Movie details
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Another Year

UK BBFC Certificate: 12

Popular in: United States

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Highest chart position: 9

Weeks on box office: 5

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