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29th September

Directed by

Frank Coraci


Kate Beckinsale
Christopher Walken
David Hasselhoff
Henry Winkler
Sean Astin
Joseph Castanon
Jake Hoffman
Tatum McCann
Lorraine Nicholson
Katie Cassidy
Cameron Monaghan
Jennifer Coolidge
Rachel Dratch
Sophie Monk
Michelle Lombardo
Jana Kramer
Sidney Ganis
Michael Yama
Mio Takada
Eiji Inoue
Toshi Toda
George K. Eguchi
Katheryn Cain
Frank Coraci
Tim Herlihy
Emilio Cast
Willy Goldstein
Lily Mo Sheen
Carolyn Hennesy
Elena Patten
Cheyenne Alexis Dean
Elliott Cho
Alan Au
Ryan Keiser
Christopher Gutierrez
Nickole Reyes
Brianna Davis
Robert Jones
Jenae Altschwager
Manish Goyal
Marco Khan
Ahmad Jordan
Nick Hodaly
Alireza Tanbakoochi
John Pagano
Dolores ORiordan
Sally Insul
Theresa Barrera
Abra Chouinard
Elizabeth DeCicco
Freddie DeGrate
Howard Fong
Betsy Hammer
Dalon Huntington
Jen Johnson
James Earl Jones
Traycee King
Mark Mahoney
Shane Ralston
Jason Sandler
Rob Schneider
Billy Slaughter
Alexandra Sullivan
Lowe Taylor
Celeste Thorson
Svetlana Titova
C. Michelle Woods

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UK BBFC Certificate: 12

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Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 8

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14th March 2019

After the nail biting cliffhanger of Avengers Infinity War all Marvel fans are waiting in anticipation for Avengers Endgame.

The film is out in April 25th 2019 so not long to wait until we find out what the after effect of Thanos famous click will be, and if Tony Stark gets back to earth.

check out the new traielr below and see if you can spot what hints are in there for the films story.

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On the UK box office this week Emily Blunt knocks off Renee Renée Zellweger as Bridget Jones is no match for The Girl on The Train.

Making its debut with just under £7 million The Girl on The Train is aiming for a similar target audience as Gone Girl which was released early October of 2014 and did very well.

This film which is also based on a bestselling novel has managed to come in £2 million higher despite reviews not being as favourable.

After 3 weeks at the top is it time for Bridget Jones's Baby to surrender the top spot and with a £2.9 million weekend falls to number 2.

The film cant be too sorry for itself as it has grossed £37.8 million so far and at the current pace will most likely become the most successful of the series.

Also new this week are War On Everyone at number 7 and Tristan und Isolde from the Metropolitan Opera which is new at 8.

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Historical chart

A year ago
The Martian remained at the top for a second week while top new film Sicario entered at number 2.

Five years ago
Johnny English Reborn made its debut at the top of the box office with Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy falling to number 3.

Ten years ago
The Devil Wears Prada was the new film at the top while Click slipped down to number 3.

Fifteen years ago
Moulin Rouge made its way back to the top of the box office after Artificial Intelligence: AI spend 2 weeks there. Artificial Intelligence: AI fell to number 2.

Twenty years ago
The Nutty Professor was the top new film on the UK box office, it knocked off Last Man Standing.

Twenty five years ago
Out For Justice debuted at the top, knocking off Terminator 2: Judgement Day after 7 weeks at the top, it fell to number 3.