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Directed by
Andrew Steggall
Juliet Stevenson
Alex Lawther
Phenix Brossard
Finbar Lynch
Niamh Cusack
Patrice Juiff
Frederic Arsenault
Mathilde Arsenault
Danièle Catala
Guillaume Tobo

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The start of the Christmas holiday weekend and Warner Bros. take the top of the chart with their latest DC Universe film Aquaman.

Mary Poppins returns


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The film flies into number 1 with a weekend take of $67.4 million, and if you add Thursday previews this takes the total to $72 million.

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I am sure it wont be long before we hear who will take the Episode IX directors chair.

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