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

BBFC


2019
15
18th January
Glass

Directed by

Starring

Samuel L. Jackson
Anya Taylor-Joy
Spencer Treat Clark
Charlayne Woodard
Luke Kirby
Adam David Thompson
M. Night Shyamalan
Shannon Destiny Ryan
Diana Silvers
Nina Wisner
Kyli Zion
Serge Didenko
Russell Posner
Kimberly S. Fairbanks
Rosemary Howard
Bryan McElroy
Owen Vitullo
William Turner
Johnny Hiram Jamison
Leslie Stefanson
Marc H. Glick
Brick Mason
Bostin Christopher
Ukee Washington
Colin Becker
Brian Anthony Wilson
Tobias Segal
Joseph Thuet
Tatiana St. Phard
Tom DiNardo
Timothy Chivalette
Jack McCafferty
Darby Schlosser
Jordan Coker
Xaiver Gerald
Tim Duquette
Nathan Nauroth
Ana Leonard
James M Adams
Scott Ahearn
Giuseppe Ardizzone
Tariq James Arthur
Gary Ayash
Matthew Bowerman
Jesse Bradley
Tara Broadway
Marisa Brown
Jamaal Burcher
Devin Derrell Burton
Jennifer Butler
Colin Campbell
Iyana A. Campbell
Julia Campbell
Ben Caruccio
Peter Chiamardas
Jenny Choi
David Cohen
David Collihan
Anthony B. Cooper
John Crann
Anthony Crosby
Keenan Crosland
Jason Cutts
Matthew Daisher
Michael Daisher
Brian Donahue
Brian Dougherty
Dave Elitz
Mark Falvo
Kevin Paul Fischer
Matt Flowers
Sonya Giddings
Brian Gildea
Shawn Gonzalez
Wesley Green
Sarah Grgic
Adam Griffith
Jessica Heller
Miguelangelo Hexylvania
Emma Hong
Andrew Hunsicker
Charles W Harris III
Matt Jacobs
Adam Zebediah Joseph
Martin L. Washington Jr.
Aurora Karine
Ann Kashishian
Dominic King
Sean Kling
Michael William Kondyra
Michael J. Kraycik
Byron Laurie
Rosa Leger
Michael J. Lyons
Hugo Pierre Martin
Spencer Maxwell
Young Mazino
Kirkryan McFarland
John Mitchell
Lory Molino
Jeffrey Mowery
Kevin B. Mulligan
Penny Nichols
Kittson O'Neill
Bill Olt
Tony Oriente
Jane Park Smith
Estelle Girard Parks
Natalie Pellegrino
Nekoda Phillips
Scheie Poitier
Stephen C. Poland
Zachary Predhome
Chuck Pressler
Jon Douglas Rainey
Christan Ramos
Jesse Ridgway
Vincent Riviezzo
Valentino Rudi
Marcie Ryan
Shayna Ryan
Caroline Salomo
Michelle Santiago
Kelly Schoenecker
Francesco Scorsone
Dave Shaver
David Sheridan
Shawn Shillingford
Robert Shropshire
Chris Smorto
Samantha Steffen
Lynnae Stine
William G. Tomek
Ursula Triplett
Jean Tucker
Dan Verkman
Kasey Vincent
Dashawn Williams
Vincent Yacovelli
Rob Yang
Carl Zingle

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Movie details
UK total gross
£10,653,825
558
Glass
559

US total gross
$110,805,000
565
566
Glass

Global total gross
$246,941,965
587
Glass

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Popular in: United Kingdom and United States

Box Office Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 6

Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£3,423,380
£3,423,380
1▲▼
£1,936,631
£6,873,056
3
£944,735
£8,641,332
5
£560,579
£9,646,964
9
£311,937
£10,289,146
13
£169,670
£10,653,825
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