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Chicago


2003
 113 minutes (1 hours 53 minutes)
UK release date Released: 17th January 2003  |  BBFC Age Rating:  
US release date Released: 24th January 2003
Chicago

Directed by

Starring

Actor
Character
Taye Diggs
Bandleader
Cliff Saunders
Stage Manager
Catherine Zeta-Jones
Velma Kelly
Fred Casely
Jayne Eastwood
Mrs. Borusewicz
Bruce Beaton
Police Photographer
Roman Podhora
Sergeant Fogarty
Colm Feore
Harrison
Rob Smith
Newspaper Photographer
Sean Wayne Doyle
Reporter
Steve Behal
Prison Clerk
Robbie Rox
Prison Guard
Chita Rivera
Nickie
Matron Mama Morton
Susan Misner
Liz
Denise Faye
Annie
Deidre Goodwin
June
Ekaterina Chtchelkanova
Hunyak
Mya
Mona
Joey Pizzi
Bernie
Scott Wise
Ezekial Young
Ken Ard
Wilbur
Marc Calamia
Hunyak's Husband
Niki Wray
Veronica
Gregory Mitchell
Charlie
Sebastian La Cause
Al Lipschitz
Billy Flynn
Christine Baranski
Mary Sunshine
Brendan Wall
Billy's Assistant
Cleve Asbury
'Gun' Reporter #1
Rick Negron
'Gun' Reporter #2
Shaun Amyot
'Gun' Reporter #3
Eve Crawford
Billy's Secretary
Bill Corsair
Newsreel Announcer
Bill Britt
Auctioneer
Gerry Fiorini
Sailor
Elizabeth Law
Perfume Lady
Kitty Baxter
Joseph Scoren
Harry
Monique Ganderton
Bare Woman #1
April Morgan
Bare Woman #2
Marty Moreau
Groin Reporter
Conrad Dunn
Doctor
Jonathan Whittaker
Bailiff
Rod Campbell
Jury Foreman
Brett Caruso
Harrison's Assistant
Sean McCann
Judge
Jeff Clarke
Court Clerk
Patrick Salvagna
Newsboy
Kathryn Zenna
Woman Shooter
Jeff Pustil
Club Owner
Roxane Barlow
Female Dancer
Jocelyn Dowling
Female Dancer
Melanie A. Gage
Female Dancer
Michelle Johnston
Female Dancer
Charley King
Female Dancer
Mary Ann Lamb
Female Dancer
Vicky Lambert
Female Dancer
Tara Nicole Hughes
Female Dancer
Cynthia Onrubia
Female Dancer
Karine Plantadit
Female Dancer
Jennifer Savelli
Female Dancer
Natalie Willes
Female Dancer
Karen Andrew
Female Dancer
Kelsey Chace
Female Dancer
Catherine Chiarelli
Female Dancer
Theresa Coombe
Female Dancer
Lisa Ferguson
Female Dancer
Melissa Flerangile
Female Dancer
Michelle Galati
Female Dancer
Sheri Godfrey
Female Dancer
Brittany Gray
Female Dancer
Karen Holness
Female Dancer
Amber-Kelly Mackereth
Female Dancer
Jodi McFadden
Female Dancer
Faye Rauw
Female Dancer
Rhonda Roberts
Female Dancer
Leigh Torlage
Female Dancer
Robyn Wong
Female Dancer
Ted Banfalvi
Male Dancer
Harrison Beal
Male Dancer
Paul Becker
Male Dancer
Jean-Luc Cote
Male Dancer
Scott Fowler
Male Dancer
Edgar Godineaux
Male Dancer
Bill Hartung
Male Dancer
Darren Lee
Male Dancer
Troy P. Liddell
Male Dancer
Blake McGrath
Male Dancer
Robert Montano
Male Dancer
Sean Palmer
Male Dancer
Desmond Richardson
Male Dancer
Martin Samuel
Male Dancer
Jason Sermonia
Male Dancer
Jeff Siebert
Male Dancer
Sergio Trujillo
Male Dancer
Stacy Clark Baisley
Acrobat
Megan Fehlberg
Acrobat
Rachel Jacobs
Acrobat
Rebecca Leonard
Acrobat
Erin Michie
Acrobat
Danielle Rueda-Watts
Acrobat
Dana Calitri
Female Ensemble
Kate Coffman-Lloyd
Female Ensemble
Curtis King Jr.
Male Ensemble
Laura Dean
Female Ensemble
Margaret Dorn
Female Ensemble
Capathia Jenkins
Female Ensemble
Audrey Martells
Female Ensemble
Sara Ramirez
Female Ensemble
Nicki Richards
Female Ensemble
Dennis Collins
Male Ensemble
Darius de Haas
Male Ensemble
Willie Falk
Male Ensemble
Timothy Shew
Male Ensemble
Fronzi Thornton
Male Ensemble
Eric Troyer
Male Ensemble
Mikie Da Poet
Man in suit
Michael Sercerchi
Theatre Personnel
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£16,111,718
374
Chicago
375

US total gross
$170,687,518
285
Chicago

Global total gross
$306,776,732
464
Chicago
UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 12
Genres
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 16

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
8N
£113,386
£113,386
10
£82,314
£272,742
13
£67,405
£384,674
3
£1,983,505
£2,398,583
2
£1,918,232
£5,552,239
3
£1,248,340
£7,975,054
5
£875,130
£9,622,430
6
£797,153
£11,039,957
7
£618,675
£12,361,643
8
£558,519
£13,513,641
8▲▼
£398,740
£14,338,521
11
£218,362
£14,865,983
11▲▼
£168,551
£15,194,318
6
£241,864
£15,610,613
10
£140,265
£15,927,431
14
£75,458
£16,111,718
Box Office Gross Flow
£
113.4K
2M
1.9M
1.2M
875.1K
797.2K
618.7K
558.5K
398.7K
218.4K
168.6K
241.9K
140.3K

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2002

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2003

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2003

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2003

Keeping hold of the box office number one over the festive period is The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey which over the weekend starting 28th December took £6,850,728, up nearly a million from the previous weekend.

In total the Hobbit film has now taken just shy of 36 million pounds.

Highest new entry of the week is the Tom Cruise film Jack Reacher at number 3. A bit of a surprise this for a new Cruise action film, but there has been little publicity for the film and the adult theme has maybe kept some of the audience away, Reacher took £3,575,066.

Worthy of note this week, Skyfall has now become the first film in UK box office history to take over 100 million pounds, this far outstrips the 92 million pound gross of Avatar which had a 3D sales boosts.

This time last year Tom Cruise did have the top film, this time with his franchise movie Mission:Impossible Ghost Protocol which debuted at the top with £8,188,209.

Five years ago Will Smith had one of the biggest hits of his movie career to date with I Am Legend which debuted at the top grossing a quite brilliant £11,009,365.

Ten years ago we were in Middle Earth for the second time with The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers which held the top spot with £8,177,801, while musical Chicago debuted the highest at 8 with £113,386 on limited release.