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Away A U film should be suitable for audiences aged four years and over, although it is impossible to predict what might upset any particular child.

U films should be set within a positive framework and should offer reassuring counterbalances to any violence, threat or horror. If a work is particularly suitable for pre-school children, this will be indicated in the ratings info.

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2020
 75 minutes (1 hours 15 minutes)
UK release date Released: 28th August 2020  |  BBFC Age Rating:  U
Away

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Gints Zilbalodis

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28 August 2020
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The saviour of cinema has finally ben released after a couple of delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic closure, and its the first movie since mid-March to gross over a million pound in a weekend.

There is much debate as to weather the movie is the saviour of cinema, and a single big release wont stop many of the cinemas around the UK from sadly closing down, especially as movie theatres can only hace about 25% capacity at the moment.

But it is a start, and it seems despite the social distancing and mask wearing being mandatory until you sit down it good to see a start to the recovery, and with more big movies coming in the following weeks, save from a spike in the pandemic cinema is back.

Its nice to see that in the 9 weeks since cinemas re-opened the total top 15 movies have gone up almost every weekend with last week hitting just under a million pound, this weeks total is £6.1 Million.

Here is the top 5 movies at the UK box office weekend 28th - 31st August 2020.

Tenet

We waited a long time for this and its finally here, Christopher Nolans mind bending movie makes its debut at the top of the box office with £5.3 Million (including previews).

The movie should hang around on the box office for a while, altohugh a move to VOD quite quick could be on the charts, competition in the coming weeks are Mulan, which is getting a Disney+ release simultaneously, The New Mutants this weekend Bill & Ted Face The Music which has just been brought forward to 16th September and No Time To Die in mid November.

The movie takes an incredible 87% of this weeks total box office taking.

Onward

Onward

Pixar's movie which just wont go away is again at number 2 this weekend with a gross of £185K which gives the movie a total UK box office gross of £6.6 Million after 12 weeks on the chart.

100 Wolf

Alexs Stadermann's animated tale of werewolves goes back up a place this week to number 3 with £140K giving the movie a £828.6K after 5 weeks of release.

Unhinged

Is this Russell Crowe movie the real saviour of cinema, it was the first 'major' release after the closures!

This week the movie takes £112.4K as it fall from the top to number 4, this gives the film a £1.2 Million total gross after 5 weeks of release.

Pinocchio~2019

Director Matteo Garrone's adaptation of the classic story is at number 5 this week with £94.8K taking its total gross to £556.7K after 3 weeks on the chart.

Cinemas closed back in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and since then many movies have had their release date changed or gone directly to VOD at a premium rate, the movie Tenet has for a long time been seen as the movie that will reopen cinemas and bring audiences back.

After a couple of release date changes the movie is here and with this event many more cinemas are re-opening, with safety precautions in place.

With the pandemic still an issue in the US the movie still has another couple of weeks before its release but cinemas are reopening far slower there.

Here is a rundown of this weeks movies, and I suspect one of them will replace one the current number one film, Unhinged, from the top of the box office chart.

Tenet

  • The movie is directed by Christopher Nolan
  • Christopher Nolan also directed Insomnia in 2002 which grossed £5.1 Million in the UK.
  • It stars John David Washington who last starred in Monsters And Men (2019).
  • The film also stars Robert Pattinson who last appeared in The Lighthouse (2020).

Ava

Ava
  • This new release stars Jessica Chastain who's last film was IT Chapter Two (2019)
  • It also stars Common who appeared in The Kitchen (2019).
  • Jessica Chastain and Common appeared in Unity (2015) together.
  • The film is brought to us by Tate Taylor.

Hope Gap

Away

  • Also this week there is Away from director Gints Zilbalodis marking a directorial debut.

Savage

  • The long list of new releases continues with Savage which is directed by Sam Kelly which is a directorial debut.
  • It stars Jake Ryan and John Tui.

Check back on Monday to see if these new releases enter the UK Weekend Box Office Chart.

Next weeks there are 4 new movies

  • Mulan, Friday, 4th September
  • The New Mutants, Friday, 4th September
  • Dream Horse, Friday, 4th September
  • Les Misérables, Friday, 4th September

During the 2020 online DCFanDome to celebrate all things from the DC universe Director Matt Reeves revealed the first trailer and poster for his upcoming The Batman movie.

The movie stars Robert Pattinson as The Dark Knight and is based on The Batman in his early days of crime fighting.

The new trailer gives little to nothing away and is dark, suitably moody and shows Pattinson in his Batman outfit, and has a small amount of action.

What is actually the most incredible thing is that only about 25% of the movie had been shot before the COVID-19 pandemic halted production, and yet they still managed to get a very good trailer complete.

The Batman poster

The poster is very good and gives a lot away without giving anything away, like any good teaser poster.

The movie is currently set for an October 1st 2021 release, but with the production only just ready to start again that may change.

In this age where there are no new movies (just yet) getting released and studios are re-releasing 'classic' catalogue films to get people to go back to movie theatres that a 19 year old Harry Potter movies is the top global release of the week.

We are still a couple of weeks away from Tenet, being championed as the saviour of cinema, is released so the box office is largely filled with re-releases and low budget horror movies, and as China and Japan seem to be getting back to normal there is a number of films from those territories doing well.

Here is the top 5 worldwide movies weekend 14th - 16th August 2020.

Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone

The first Harry Potter movie (replace Philosopher's for Sorcerers outside the UK) gets a 4K 3D rerelease in China and take $13.6 Million in the process making it the top gross global movie of the weekend.

The movie up to Sunday had taken a global gross of $996.1 Million but after a blockbuster Monday at the box office the movie has now taken over a Billion dollars in global grosses.

Bad Boys For Life

The Will Smith and Martin Lawrence buddy cop movie get a Chinese release and takes $3.2 Million on its opening weekend meaning its a re-entry on the global box office at number 2.

The movie has now taken $424.6 Million globally since its release back in mid January of 2020.

Doraemon The Movie: Nobita's New Dinosaur

Doraemon is a long running animated series in Japan and this week the latest movie in the series goes up to number 3 with a weekend gross of $2.6 Million.

The movie directed by Kazuaki Imai has now taken $15.5 Million in global grosses.

The Eight Hundred

The Eight Hundred

Acclaimed Chinese director Hu Guan's war epic is at number 4 this week as his latest movie makes its debut in China with a weekend gross of $2 Million.

Interstellar

Christopher Nolan's 2014 movie about space travel across the galaxy falls to number 5 with a global gross of $1.7 Million taking to movies total gross to $710.5 Million.

With Britain on the verge of having a major re-opening of cinemas with the release of Christopher Nolans Tenet last weeks top film Unhinged remains at the top.

There is still no sign of any movies grossing anywhere near the million pound mark in a single weekend but the country is not that far away now from the first major cinema event in nearly 6 months.

Here is the top 5 movies in the UK 7th - 9th August 2020.

Unhinged

Russell Crowe stars in director Derrick Borte movie about a driver who goes a bit off the rails when bumped in his car by an innocent driver, the movie take a little less than on its debut last week with a £115.1K gross over the weekend.

This takes the movies total to £440.8K over its 2 weeks of release.

Onward

Disney's Onward is still in the number 2 position and has been the one staple on the box office before and after the pandemic closures.

This weekend the movie takes £46.5K which pushes the movies total gross after 9 weeks on the box office to £5.8 Million.

100 Wolf

Alexs Stadermann's animated tale of a family of werewolves stays put at number 3 this week with £42.5K over the weekend and £128.5K over its 2 weeks of release.

An American Pickle

An American Pickle

Highest new movie of the week is the latest comedy/drama starring Seth Rogen who has a duel role in the film when a man meets his relative thats been pickled for 100 years.

The movie takes £27.7K over the week and makes its debut at number 4.

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back

The 40 year old Star Wars sequel falls to number 5 this week with a weekend gross of £27.6K, it has spent a total of 44 weeks on the chart since its 1980 release and has taken £22.9 Million.

For fun the movie has sold since release in the region of 11 million cinema tickets in the UK and adjusted for inflation if release today would have made about £80.2 Million.