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Bean General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children. A PG film should not unsettle a child aged around eight or older. Unaccompanied children of any age may watch, but parents are advised to consider whether the content may upset younger, or more sensitive, children.

BBFC


1997
PG
1st August
Bean

Directed by

Mel Smith

Starring

Peter MacNicol
John Mills
Pamela Reed
Harris Yulin
Burt Reynolds
Larry Drake
Danny Goldring
Johnny Galecki
Chris Ellis
Andrew Lawrence
Peter Egan
Peter Capaldi
June Brown
Peter James
Clive Corner
Rob Brownstein
Julia Pearlstein
Tom McGowan
Sandra Oh
Tricia Vessey
Alison Goldie
Dakin Matthews
Scott Charles
Thomas Mills
Ronnie Yeskel
Richard Gant
Priscilla Shanks
Richard Hicks
Gigi Fields
Lela Ivey
David Doty
Robert Curtis Brown
April Grace
Perry Anzilotti
Janni Brenn
Annette Helde
Richard Irving
Chris Lowe
Louis E. Rosas
Maridean Mansfield Shepard
Teddy

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In a summer of superheroes, Apes and Pirates it was a was film which out grossed everything with few stars but a visionary director who is a master of storytelling.

Christopher Nolan has become one of the most prolific directors in modern cinema and he took the moving story of Dunkirk to the top over the summer to the tune of £53 million.

It was by far the top film of the summer season with the closest competitor at number 2 Spider-Man Homecoming which brought home just why of £30 million.

Next up is the highest grossing film ever from a female director in the shape of Wonder Woman which grossed £22 million while the apes rules at number 4 with War For The Planet of The Apes grossing £20 million.

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Movie details
UK total gross
£17,999,202
298
299
Bean
300

US total gross
$45,319,423
1677
Bean
1678

Global total gross
$251,212,670
572
Bean

UK BBFC Certificate: PG

Popular in: United Kingdom and India

Box Office Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 10

Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
2N
£7,189,025
£7,189,025
2▲▼
£4,335,962
£11,524,987
2▲▼
£2,615,176
£14,140,163
3
£1,577,308
£15,717,471
4
£951,332
£16,668,803
6
£573,783
£17,242,586
7
£346,069
£17,588,655
8
£208,727
£17,797,382
9
£125,891
£17,923,273
9▲▼
£75,929
£17,999,202
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