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26th August

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Samuel L. Jackson
Isabelle Fuhrman
Clark Sarullo
Ethan Andrew Casto
Owen Teague
Stacy Keach
Joshua Mikel
Anthony Reynolds
Erin Elizabeth Burns
Jeff Hallman
Mark Ashworth
Wilbur Fitzgerald
Catherine Dyer
E. Roger Mitchell
Alex ter Avest
Gaby Leyner
Rey Hernandez
Frederick C. Johnson Jr.
Michael Beasley
Tom Key
Angela Davis
Griffin Freeman
Lloyd Kaufman
Brian Boland
Mandi Christine Kerr
Alexis Humphrey
Karl McIntosh Cobos
Usher Lawrence
Cal Johnson
Elizabeth Davidovich
Shellita Boxie
Anthony Collins
Jasmine Ahnie
Vincent Anthony
Christopher Bower
Winthorpe Burke
Tim Campione
Marshall Choka
Joseph Cintron
Chuck Clark
Elizabeth Cooper
Alex Lee Corbit
George Dawe
Francis Dobrisky
Kendall Dorman
Brent Duffey
Abbey Ferrell
Ty Glascoe
Rory Healy
Michael Jaegers
Quanteus Johnson
Alexander Christopher Jones
Emily E. Kelly
Noah Hudson Killingbeck
Leslie Kimbell
Celeste Lezcano
Nicholas Martin
Andrew S. McMillan
Benjamin Meyers
Darone Okolie
Christopher L. Plunkett
Antjuan Rhames
Shaker Sangam
Charles Sanger
Brittany Savoie
Clint Tingler
Terrence V. Walker
Kathy Walton
Steve Warren
Wenzell Washington
Amy Westmoreland
Aja Wooldridge

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25th October 2016

Those loveable but very annoyed birds take over at the top of the UK video chart on their debut week of release.

The Angry Birds Movie was released on 13th May 2016 and hit the number 2 spot on its debut with £2.1 million it was kept off the top spot by Captain America: Civil War.

The film was a massive hit at the box office and on its second weekend of release grossed £2 million, tis very rare for a film to have such a small drop on its second weekend.

An 11 week run on the box office gave the film an incredible £10.4 million gross in the UK and its the 487th top grossing film in the UK.

Globally the film took $346.4 million and is the 293rd top grossing film, these numbers almost guarantee a sequel.

Warcraft falls from the top last week down to the number 3 slot this week after a single week.

Also new is The Conjuring 2 The Enfield Case at number 2, The Take at number 6 and Cell at number 11.