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Cars

2006
Cars

Directed by

John Lasseter
Joe Ranft

Starring

Paul Newman
Bonnie Hunt
Larry The Cable Guy
Cheech Marin
Tony Shalhoub
Guido Quaroni
Jenifer Lewis
Paul Dooley
Michael Wallis
George Carlin
Katherine Helmond
John Ratzenberger
Joe Ranft
Michael Keaton
Richard Petty
Jeremy Piven
Bob Costas
Darrell Waltrip
Richard Kind
Edie McClurg
Humpy Wheeler
Tom Magliozzi
Ray Magliozzi
Lynda Petty
Andrew Stanton
Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Michael Schumacher
Jay Leno
Mario Andretti
Sarah Clark
Jonas Rivera
Lou Romano
Adrian Ochoa
E.J. Holowicki
Elissa Knight
Lindsey Collins
Larry Benton
Dave Foley
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The Aftermath

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A year ago
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Ten years ago
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Fifteen years ago
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Twenty five years ago
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Movie details
UK total gross
£16,099,943
353
Cars
354

US total gross
$244,082,982
120
Cars

Global total gross
$454,752,771
233
Cars

UK BBFC Certificate: PG

Popular in: United Kingdom

Box Office Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 9

Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£2,668,968
£2,668,968
2
£1,843,474
£7,501,872
1
£1,340,219
£10,628,957
2
£943,377
£12,820,576
4
£556,581
£14,242,320
5
£489,013
£15,444,700
13
£180,397
£15,790,138
13▲▼
£151,523
£15,977,450
14
£104,582
£16,099,943
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