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Brooklyn Decker
Alexander Skarsg�rd
Jesse Plemons
Tadanobu Asano
John Bell
Peter MacNicol
Josh Pence
Hamish Linklater
Leni Ito
Beau Brasseaux
Reila Aphrodite
John Tui
Stephen Bishop
Gary Grubbs
Adam Godley
David Jensen
Gregory D. Gadson
Griff Furst
Marcus Lyle Brown
James Rawlings
Natalia Castellanos
Fileena Bahris
Rico McClinton
Billy Slaughter
Austin Naulty
Mike Meldman
Luing Andrews
Kevin P. Kearns
Liz Wicker
Yutaka Takeuchi
Raj K. Bose
Brian Hirono
Dylan Gillooly
Carson Aune
Joji Yoshida
Andrew Serpas
Kelly R. Thomas
Drew Rausch
Alan Abad
Martin William Harris
Bill Carr
Cora Yamagata
Tim Blanchard
Robert Hotalen
Edward J. Clare
Jordan Kirkwood
Thomas McCurdy
Tyler Baker
Damien Seanard Parker
Bill McMullen
Teresa Alvarez
Joshua Aucoin
Joanne Bahris
Curtis Bush
Davo Coria
Kamakani De Dely
Annie Doiron
Paul Edney
Kerry Ellington
Kasey Emas
Gregory Allen Gabroy
Jaq Galliano
James Hadde
Sean Douglas Hoban
Kaitlin Hoychick
James Koons
Anthony A. Kung
Greg Liem
Louis Lombardi
Rebecca Maltby
Wes Martinez
Ed Moy
Doug Penty
Lloyd Pitts
Jane Runnalls
Rhonda Schaubert
Adam Sibley
Barbara L. Southern
Lauren Thomas
Michael Wozniak
Elvin Yoshida

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25th April 2017

In a week where not a lot has changed on the box office and the top 3 are the same headed up by Fast and Furious 8 the highest new entry is Their Finest at number 4.

Proving that the series is still well and truly alive Fast 8 takes £3.5 million on its second weekend of release, this is below the previous films second weekend.

The action drama is doing great guns in the UK and its total UK gross now sits at £23 million.

Highest new film of the week is Their Finest starring Gemma Arterton which makes its debut at number 4 with £0.8 million.

Also new this week is Unforgettable at number 7 which takes a very low £270,000 debut for star Katherine Heigl.

Longest running film of the week is Get Out which has been on the chart for 6 weeks now and highest total grossing film is Beauty and The Beast which is still at number 3 this week and has taken an incredible £68 million.

Historical charts

A year ago
The Jungle Book kept its hold on the chart for a second weekend while Bastile Day was the top new film at 3.

Five years ago
Battleship retained its grip on the chart and stayed at the top while Salmon Fishing in The Yeman was the top new film at 2.

Ten years ago
Wild Hogs spent a second weekend at the top while Anthony Hopkins starred in Fracture which was new at number 2.

Fifteen years ago
Bend It Like Beckham remained as the top film of the week while Dwayne Johnson starred in The Scorpion King which was the top new film at number 2.

Twenty years ago
Taking over at the top on its debut as Wes Cravens Scream while Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back fell from the top to 4 in its Special Edition release.

Twenty five years ago
The Hand That Rocks The Cradle was the new film of the week making its debut at the top while Hook fell to number 2.

16th April 2013

Tom Cruise returns to chart topping with Oblivion which replaces The Croods at the top of the UK box office.

After appearing in a couple of films, specifically Jack Reacher, that failed to be big hits, his new film Oblivion becomes the top film in the UK this week.

Taking a solid £5 million over the weekend the film easily displaced the animated film from DreamWorks which falls to second place. The Croods has done really well and has a total gross of over £22 million to date.

This time last year Battleship was the top film, which also debuted at the top with a weekend gross of £3.7 million. It replaced the re-release of Titanic.

Five years ago casino flick 21 debuted in the top spot with £1.6 million, knocking the previous top film, 27 Dresses to number 3, Son on Rainbow held the runner up spot.

Ten years ago Rowan Atkinson took his James Bond spoof Johnny English to the top on if's first week with £3.4 million replacing the previous number 1 film The Recruit which fell to 3rd.

Fifteen years ago it was still Titanic at the top , it's 12th week at the top. Studios rescheduled most of their films in the wake of Titanic so there were no new films.

Chart info

UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 4

Chart history
Finer details

Total UK gross £7,408,658 and the 784th top grossing film in the UK

Total World gross $303,025,485 and the 402nd top grossing film globally

UK BBFC Certificate: 12