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Directed by
Beyonc Knowles
Danny Glover
Anika Noni Rose
Keith Robinson
Sharon Leal
Hinton Battle
Mariah I. Wilson
Yvette Cason
Ken Page
Ralph Louis Harris
Michael-Leon Wooley
Loretta Devine
John Krasinski
Alexander Folk
Esther Scott
Bobby Slayton
Jordan Wright
Dawnn Lewis
Jaleel White
JoNell Kennedy
Sybyl Walker
Leslie Nicole Lewis
Eboni Nichols
Arike Rice
Fatima Robinson
Aakomon Jones
Bernard Fowler
Anwar Burton
Tyrell Washington
Rory O'Malley
Laura Bell Bundy
Anne Elizabeth Warren
Ivar Brogger
Daren A. Herbert
Jocko Sims
Pam Trotter
Cleo King
Eddie Mekka
Alejandro Furth
Dilva Henry
Vince Grant
Robert Cicchini
Thomas Crawford
Charles Jones
Robert Curtis Brown
Stephanie Owens
Gilbert Glenn Brown
Marty Ryan
Michael Villani
Gregg Berger
Daniel Riordan
David James
Paul Kirby
Derick Alexander
Yvette Nicole Brown
Nancy Anderson
Joelle Cosentino
Lisa Eaton
Clare Kutsko
Tracy Phillips
Kelly Sheerin
Mykel Brooks
Johnny Erasme
Cory Graves
J.R. Taylor
Corinthea Henderson
Craig Hollamon
Reginald Jackson
Chuck Maldonado
Anthony Rue II
John Silver
Larry Sims
Black Thomas
Kevin Wilson
Adrian Wiltshire
Earl Wright
Russell Goofy Wright
Dominic Chaiduang
Jose Cueva
Omhmar Griffin
Sky Hoffmann
Trevor Lopez-Daggett
Leo Moctezuma
Gabriel Paige
Terrance Spencer
Tony Testa
Quinton Weathers
Jull Weber
Marcel Wilson
Stevie Ray Anthony
Matthew Dickens
Jerohn Garnett
Mario Mosley
Jimmy R.O. Smith
Michael Cline
Robert Amico
Erinn Anova
Felix J. Boyle
Barry Brisco
Jacare Calhoun
Ten Carter Miller
Curt Clendenin
Barron Edwards
Alvin Ellie
Ashley Glenn
Justin Rodgers Hall
Stu James
Andre M. Johnson
Julio Leal
Jason David McFadden
Jimmy Pardo
Damion Poitier
Lamonte Rogers
Raquel Rosser
Daisy Alexandra Sylbert-Torres
Jamar Welch
Robert Wheeler
DeAngelo Wright
Shane Wright
Debra Zane

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15th February 2017

Following on from its stablemate The Lego Movie from 3 years ago The Lego Batman Movie enters the UK box office at the top beating out Fifty Shades Darker in the process.

The Lego Movie opened this same weekend in 2014 to just over £8 million and The Lego Batman Movie has almost done exactly the same with opening to just under £8 million.

The Lego Movie went on to be the top grossing movie of 2014 with £37 million, time will tell with The Lego Batman Movie, this are looking good but we have a number of big franchise movies coming this year which could get in its way.

Fifty Shades of Grey opened in 2015 to £13.5 million over a valentines weekend, this week Fifty Shades Darker opens to £7 million at number 2, but not a valentines weekend, next week will be a tell time for the movie.

Sing falls down to number 3 this week with £2.3 million which brings the films total gross in the UK to £18 million.

Highest total grossing movie on the box office this week is La La Land which has now taken £26.4 million while the longest running film is Trolls which re-enters the chart and spends its 14th week in total.

Historical chart

A year ago
Deadpool wowed the audiences and made its debut at the top of the UK box office, its knocked Goosebumps down to 5.

Five years ago
Daniel Radcliffe enjoyed post Harry Potter success with The Woman In Black which debuted at the top, it knocked Chronicle down to number 5.

Ten years ago
Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore starred in romantic comedy Music and Lyrics which entered at the top while Dreamgirls fell to number 8.

Fifteen years ago
Monsters, Inc. debuted at the top of the box office, it knocked The Lord of The Rings: The Fellowship of The Ring off the top after 7 weeks of play.

Twenty years ago
Ransom was the top new film at number 1 on the box office, The Frighteners fell to number 5 after a couple of weeks at the top.

Twenty five years ago
Father of The Bride was the top new film of the week at number 1 while JFK fell to number 3 after a couple of weeks at the top.

8th February 2017

A fairly static top end of the box office charts leaves Sing at the top for a second consecutive weekend while the top new film os Rings right down at 7.

A second weekend gross of £3.8 million is enough to keep the animated feature at the top ahead of T2 Trainspotting, it brings the films total UK gross to £15.2 million.

T2 stays put at number 2 with £2.9 million but its worth noting that across the whole week it was the top film with £5.4 million compared to Sing's £4.8 million.

Top new film of the week is Rings, a reboot of 2003s The Ring. Rings weekend gross is £812,267 which is way lower than The Rings opening of £2.2 million.

The lower end of the box office has a number of new released, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter comes in at 8 with under half a million and Gold starring Matthew McConaughey is at 9.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is still the top total grossing film on the box office this weekend, currently at 13 the film has grossed £65.6 million.

Historical charts

A year ago
Goosebumps landed on the box office at the top knocking The Revenant to number 3 after 3 weeks at the top.

Five years ago
Sleeper hit Chronicle entered the box office at the top it knocked War Horse down to 4 after 3 weeks at the top.

Ten years ago
Dreamgirls was the new film at the top of the box office, it knocked Blood Diamond down to number 2.

Fifteen years ago
Vanilla Sky spent its second weekend at number 1 on the chart while top new film was Shallow Hal at number 3.

Twenty years ago
The Frighteners spent its second weekend at the top and in a quiet weekend there were no new releases.

Twenty five years ago
JFK remained at the top wile the top new film was Van Damme in Double Impact which entered at number 2.

Movie details

The film has a UK gross of £3,475,271 and is the 1572nd top grossing film in the UK

The film has a US gross of $103,365,956 and is the 611th top US domestic film.

UK BBFC Certificate: 12

Genres:Popular in: United Kingdom
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Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 4

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