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Bad Santa 2 No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

BBFC


2016
Bad Santa 2 15 age rating
UK release date 25th November 2016
Bad Santa 2

Directed by

Starring

Billy Bob Thornton
Kathy Bates
Tony Cox
Brett Kelly
Ryan Hansen
Jenny Zigrino
Jeff Skowron
Cristina Rosato
Mike Starr
Octavia Spencer
Ranee Lee
Selah Victor
Lombardo Boyar
Dean Hagopian
Marc-Andre Boulanger
Sean Devine
Maria Herrera
Christopher Tyson
Tyrone Benskin
Bineyam Girma
Valerie Wiseman
Arthur Holden
David Correa
Violet Reid
Ethan Caminsky
Daniela De Gregorio
Piper Davies
Noah Tran
Kyle Switzer
Huntington Daly
Clarrel Pope
Jason Brillantes
Linda Joyce Nourse
Frank Fiola
Jason Cavalier
Vlad Stokanic
Richard Anderson
Dany Wiseman
Nora Allison
Charlotte Birdgenaw
Atouel Chertkoft
Gabriel Dodin
Simon Julien
Alexandre Mikaelian
Adora Nina Okeke-Marchand
Josephine van Dongen
Zephyr Bielinski
Mako Capuano
Kim Colsell
Olivier Garberi
Ciara Garcia LÉclair
Leanne Montplaisir
Chloë Sheperd
Layth Winter
Alyssia Roy Bilodeau
Lou Chalifoux-Chabot
Loujayn Dahoui
Willa Jones
Kiara Webwe Lemieux
Tobias Grether Murray
Diana Tovar
Jonathan Zitouni
Alexandre Belanger
Donald Charest
Sienna Feghouli
Raphael Ferland
Kevin Fyfe
Josh Harp
Philippe Hartmann
Habree Larratt
Christine Mao
Galia Oliel-Sabbag
Emilie Paquet
Heather Sanderson
Terry F. Smith
Nathaly Thibault

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Total Grosses
UK total gross
£1,961,362
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Bad Santa 2
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UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
Genres
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UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 4

Weeks on box office: 5

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
4N
£799,156
£799,156
8
£275,043
£1,421,671
9
£154,758
£1,726,290
11
£71,664
£1,882,879
14
£24,012
£1,961,362
Box Office Gross Flow
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799.2K
275K
154.8K
71.7K
24K

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2016

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Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them stays at the top of the UK box office for a second weekend keeping off Allied which makes its debut at number 2.

With a second weekend gross of £8.8 million Fantastic Beasts has a brilliant second weekend which brings its total gross after 2 weekends of release to £30 million.

This result is actually keeping in line with the Harry Potter series, the latter films had far better first weekends but fell to roughly the same for the second weekend.

The potential for Beasts to go on and make similar to the early Potter films at least is quite high if it keeps on this trajectory.

Landing at 2 this week if the latest Brad Pitt starring film Allied, co starring Marion Cotillard and directed by Robert Zemeckis the drama takes £1.3 million on its debut.

For both Pitt and Zemeckis this is a fairly typical opening gross, although for both this is no where near their highest grossing debuts.

Also new this week is Bad Santa 2 at 4 with &poind;.7 million and very bad reviews, A United Kingdom at 6, Dear Zindagi at 9 and Paterson at 10.

Fantastic beasts this week becomes the top total grossing movie on the chart while Storks is the longest running film at 7 weeks.

Historical charts

A year ago
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 made it 2 weeks at the top of the UK box office while The Good Dinosaur was the top new film.

Five years ago
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 stayed at the top for a second week while My Week With Marilyn was the highest new entry at 3.

Ten years ago
Casino Royale stayed at the top for a second weekend while the top new film was The Santa Clause 3 The Escape Clause at number 3.

Fifteen years ago
Harry Potter and The Philosophers Stone was at the top for another weekend, its second, while Spy Game was the top new film at number 2.

Twenty years ago
The First Wives Club stayed at the top for its second weekend of release while The Crow City of Angels was the top new film at number 5.

Twenty five years ago
Point Break was the top new film of the week making its debut at the top while What About Bob fell to number 2 on tis second weekend.

Disney threw their latest film hoping to hit the heights of Frozen at US audiences this weekend in the shape of Moana, they are hoping that the long holiday weekend would give it a boost.

With a debut weekend of $55 million over the Friday to Sunday they can't complain, and the long weekend from Wednesday night saw the film gain over $80 million.

With many families out shopping on the big retail weekend that includes black Friday this isn't such a bad debut, and with good reviews this could well go on and on for Disney.

Next weekend will be the big test, no new child friendly film are set for a release in the coming weeks which is good for Moana but then they get the Galaxy Far Far away to deal with, but who from, yes Disney, the Mouse House should have a good holiday.

Last weeks top film, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, fell to number 2 this weekend and gained $45 million, this brings the films US total to $156 million, not the heights of Harry Potter.

Also new this week is America is Allied starring Brad Pitt at number 4 with $13 million and Bad Santa 2 at number 7 with $6 million and very bad reviews.

Longest stay on the US box office is split between 3 films, Doctor Strange, Trolls and Hacksaw Ridge all on 4 weeks, although the highest total grossing by a long margin is Doctor Strange with $205 million.

After a fairly lacklustre summer season of 2016 where the highlight was a bunch of anti-heroes in the shape of the Suicide Squad, will the Autumn schedule deliver?

We had high hopes but had few thrills, out side of the DC movie Suicide Squad Ghostbusters gave us a good laugh but didn't deliver as expected Finding Dory pulled in the audiences but left us flat.

The rest of the year has some highlights but there is caution as the 2 biggest films are both sequels outside of their parent film series.

Before we even get to them in the latter part of the year we have a number of promises, Captain Fantastic starring Viggo Mortensen looks promising and American hit Kubo and The Two String gives a refreshing animation outside Disney.

Of course we have British favourite Bridget Jones's Baby which is getting good reviews at the moment and a bit after that the recently announced Blair Witch remake/reboot/sequel.

Getting a lot of marketing hype is the remake/retelling of The Magnificent Seven and the looking promising, and a return to form for Tim Burton is Miss Peregrines Home For Peculiar Children.

Tom Hanks returns to detective mode for a third time in Inferno, although I didn't like the previous 2 films and then another sequel emerges mid October with Tom Cruise in Jack Reacher Never Go Back.

Marvel return to their cinematic universe with a new hero in the shape of Doctor Strange and another sequel/reboot come in early November with Rings, the next in (surprise) The Ring series.

After the hotly anticipated Arrival starring Amy Adams arrives the season kicks up a gear with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the first move into the Wizarding World outside Harry Potter.

The film, penned by J. K. Rowling, is being hyped to death and not surprisingly, the 8 Potter films did fantastic business at the box office and this is directed by series expert David Yates whic just seems to get the ideas Rowling writes about.

Warner Bros. will be hoping this shows there is still life in the seemingly dormant series and please fans of the original and set up a new generation, 2 more film are already planned.

After that injection things go quiet with unwanted sequel Bad Santa 2 and Tom Hanks (again) in Scully the story of the pilot who landed a plane on the Hudson River.

Then to finish the year off another much lover series goes off piste with Rogue One A Star Wars Story, taking place just before the events of the original Star Wars.

The trailer have looked good and after the excellence of Star Wars: The Force Awakens expectation are massive.

This is a massive risk for Lucasfilms and Disney, and it will either boost the series to height never imagined or will do to the series what Episodes I - III did and nearly kill it, fortunately it has recovered!

To round the rear off we have Michael Fassbender trying to do what many other have failed to do and bring a video game series to the screen in Assassins Creed.