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Final Destination No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

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2000
UK release date Released: 19th May 2000  |  BBFC Age Rating:  
Final Destination

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Starring

Actor
Character
Devon Sawa
Kerr Smith
Kristen Cloke
Daniel Roebuck
Roger Guenveur Smith
Chad Donella
Seann William Scott
Tony Todd
Amanda Detmer
Brendan Fehr
Forbes Angus
Lisa Marie Caruk
Christine Chatelain
Barbara Tyson
Robert Wisden
P. Lynn Johnson
Larry Gilman
Guy Fauchon
Randy Stone
Mark Holden
Marrett Green
Fred Keating
John Hainsworth
Pete Atherton
Nicole Robert
Kristina Matisic
Dustin Brooks
Martin Christopher
Denis Corbett
Yolanda Corbett
Alessandro Juliani
James Kirk
Mark Marriott
Natasha Morley
Troy Yorke
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£10,218,118
615
Final Destination
616

US total gross
$53,331,147
1468
Final Destination

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
Genres
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 15

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
2N
£1,498,519
£1,498,519
2▲▼
£1,252,154
£3,487,919
2▲▼
£828,461
£5,341,172
2▲▼
£633,580
£6,354,512
2▲▼
£319,464
£6,956,851
3
£481,735
£7,679,479
5
£341,815
£8,277,369
7
£204,587
£8,691,037
10
£109,863
£8,936,144
11
£62,211
£9,068,048
13
£30,658
£9,146,144
8
£249,069
£9,460,895
9
£157,753
£9,830,223
12
£109,882
£10,061,867
15
£64,721
£10,218,118
Box Office Gross Flow
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1.5M
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828.5K
633.6K
319.5K
481.7K
341.8K
204.6K
109.9K
249.1K
157.8K
109.9K

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What were the big movies hitting the UK box office over the last 30 year?

Each week we present a rundown of the UK box office chart headlines on this same week from last year thru to 1990.

A year ago (2019)

Making its debut at the top was Aladdin starring Will Smith and Mena Massoud and directed by Guy Ritchie

The film with the longest run was The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part which had been on the box office for 9 weeks.

The top total grossing film of the week was Avengers: Endgame which had taken £85.6 Million after 5 weeks of release.

Five years ago (2015)

The number one film was Pitch Perfect 2 which had been at the top for 2 weeks.

The top new film of the week was Tomorrowland directed by Brad Bird and starring George Clooney and Hugh Laurie which entered the box office at number 3.

The film with the longest run was Home which had been on the box office for 10 weeks.

The top total grossing film of the week was Avengers: Age Of Ultron which had taken £45 Million after 5 weeks of release.

Ten years ago (2010)

Another film making its debut at the top was StreetDance 3D starring Charlotte Rampling and Rachel McDowall and directed by Max Giwa and Dania Pasquini

The film with the longest run was How To Train Your Dragon which had been on the box office for 8 weeks.

The top total grossing film of the week was Iron Man 2 which had taken £19.1 Million after 4 weeks of release.

Fifteen years ago (2005)

The number one film was Star Wars Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith which had been at the top for 1 weeks and with a total gross of £14.4 Million it was also the top total grossing film.

The top new film of the week was Star Wars Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith directed by George Lucas and starring Ewan McGregor and Natalie Portman which entered the box office at number 1.

The film with the longest run was Robots which had been on the box office for 10 weeks.

Twenty years ago (2000)

The number one film was Gladiator which had been at the top for 2 weeks.

The top new film of the week was Final Destination directed by James Wong and starring Devon Sawa and Ali Larter which entered the box office at number 2.

The film with the longest run was Erin Brockovich which had been on the box office for 7 weeks.

The top total grossing film of the week was Pokémon: The First Movie which had taken £10.2 Million after 6 weeks of release.

Twenty five years ago (1995)

Making its debut at the top was Rob Roy starring Liam Neeson and Jessica Lange and directed by Michael Caton-Jones

The longerst run on the box office and the top total grossing film was Star Trek Generations which had taken £20.3 Million over 15 weeks of release.

Thirty years ago (1990)

Making its debut at the top was Harlem Nights starring Eddie Murphy and Richard Pryor and directed by Eddie Murphy

The film with the longest run was The War Of The Roses which had been on the box office for 12 weeks.

The top total grossing film of the week was Look Who's Talking which had taken £10.1 Million after 8 weeks of release.

After 2 weeks at the top Lucy gets knocked down the chart by Sex Tape which makes it's debut in the Uk at number 1.

Starring Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel this Jake Kasdan directed comedy about a couple trying to spice up their sex life by making a movie, which then gets shared to everyone debuts with £1.4 million.

Not a great opening gross especially for the 2 leads, Diaz has enjoyed great success with the Shrek franchise while Segel has seen big grosses with the likes of The Muppets, Gullivers Travels and Knocked Up.

Lucy has been having a great cinema run and after 3 weeks of release has taken a very respectable £10.46 million.

Also new this week is

Before I go to Sleep at 3
The Hundred Foot Journey at 4
The Guest at 8

Chart History
One year ago this week Richard Curtis's About Time made it's debut at the top of the box office knocking the One Direction boys to 3rd.

Five years ago District 9 was the debut film for Neill Blomkamp and it debuted at the top knocking The Final Destination into second.

Ten years ago Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks team up agin to debut the Terminal at the top knocking Dodgeball to second place.

Fifteen years ago so a very static box office with South Park Bigger Louder and Uncut staying at the top while the top new film was Go right down at six.

Finally twenty years ago this month Speed and Forest Gump where the big film at the box office while twenty five years ago Dead Poets Society and Young Einstein were the big grossing films of September.

The UK movie goer this week kept Lucy starring Scarlett Johansson in the top position with a number of weaker new releases in the market.

The Luc Besson directed film took just under £2 million during it's second weekend of release and now sits with a total gross of £8 million.

Highest new entry of the week is the buddy cop comedy Lets Be Cops starring Damon Wayans Jr., as you'd expect from a film of this kind it's a slap stick comedy.

Lets Be Cops takes £1.6 million for the weekend, but I suspect it may sink and disappear from the box office quickly.

Other new films to hit the box office this week are
Sin City A Dame To Kill For at 4 (with previews grosses)
If I Stay at 6 - the new Daniel Radcliffe so maybe a little disappointing
As Above so Below at 8
Million Dollar Arm at 15

A year ago this week One Direction This is Us took the top slot on it's debut weekend of release pushing Elysium to 2.

Five years ago The Final Destination took the top of the box office on it's first weekend taking over from Inglourious Basterds.

Ten years ago Dodgeball entered the chart at the top and knocked The Village down to 2 after it's single week at the top.

Fifteen years ago Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace was toppled from the top of the box office by South Park: Bigger Longer and Uncut on it's debut.