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23rd January
Big Fish

Directed by


Albert Finney
Billy Crudup
Jessica Lange
Alison Lohman
Robert Guillaume
Marion Cotillard
Matthew McGrory
David Denman
Missi Pyle
Loudon Wainwright III
Ada Tai
Arlene Tai
Danny DeVito
Deep Roy
Perry Walston
Hailey Anne Nelson
Grayson Stone
R. Keith Harris
Karla Droege
Zac Gardner
John Lowell
Darrell Vanterpool
Joseph Humphrey
Morgan Grace Jarrett
Sallie Hedrick
Charles McLawhorn
Frank Hoyt Taylor
Savanna James
Billy Redden
James DeForest Parker
Russell Hodgkinson
Don Young
Jayne Morgan
David Ramsey
Greg Hohn
Zach Hanner
George McArthur
Jeff Campbell
Lawrence Sykkmon
Bonnie Johnson
Howard Houston Jr.
Joanne Pankow
Trevor Gagnon
Jacob Radford
Karlos Walkes
Cathy Berry
John Fugate
Daniel Wallace
Metz Duites
Vincent J. Ybiernas
Barry C. Harvard
Edward Aldag
Michael Garnet Stewart
C. Alan Rawlins
Jake Brake
Bevin Kaye
Hélène Cardona
Chris Cate
John Collier
Ransom Gates
Haley Hill
L.C. Holt
James Russell Lingerfelt
Shannon McCrory
Mark McWhorter
Matthew D. Miller
Priscilla Monnier
Darlene Moore
Gary Newton
Benjamin Plaut
Adam Ragsdale
Cade Saint
Michael Shunnarah
Bruce Snowdon
Robin Steele
Will Thomas
John Thornhill
Shayne Tingle
Jacob Williams
Phil Wright
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UK BBFC Certificate: PG

Popular in: Sweden

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Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 7

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At the global box office this week The Secret Life of Pets is still the top film while Chinese crime drama Cold War 2 is the highest new film.

Despite competition from a number of other films on the top 5 The Secret Life of Pets managed to take another $110 million from 10 territories over the week.

The film now has a global gross of $145,772,440 but has many more territories to open in so expect that to climb.

Finding Dory is holding strong at number 2 with $50 million this week, its global gross has risen to 624.1 million from 41 countries, it is also the highest total grossing movie on the top 10.

China is one of the largest cinema going countries in the world and this week from its release in a single territory - China - Cold War 2 takes an amazing $44 million and is at number 4 this week.

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Here is the top 5 global grossing films this week

  1. The Secret Life Of Pets - 110,972,440
  2. Finding Dory - $50,051,000
  3. The Legend Of Tarzan - $47,615,000
  4. Cold War 2 - $44,165,500
  5. Ice Age: Collision Course - $32,200,000