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

BBFC


2020
Greed 15 age rating
104 minutes (1 hours 44 minutes)
UK release date 21st February 2020
US release date 21st February 2020
Greed

Directed by

Michael Winterbottom

Starring

Actor
Character
Sir Richard McCreadie
David Mitchell
Nick
Asa Butterfield
Finn McCreadie
Dinita Gohil
Amanda
Samantha McCreadie
Shanina Shaik
Naomi
Sophie Cookson
Lily McCreadie
Sarah Solemani
Melanie
Stephen Fry
Charlie Cooper
Jamie Blackley
Young Richard McCreadie
Enzo Cilenti
Eric Weeks
Pearl Mackie
Cathy
Asim Chaudhry
Frank the Lion Tamer
Polly Kemp
Doctor
Jonny Sweet
Jules
Kate Margo
Poker Player / Girl
Jill Buchanan
Shopper
Paul Clayton
Headmaster
Christophe de Choisy
Francois
Georgie Grier
Journalist
Pierre Bergman
Limo driver
Matt Bentley
Adrian McCreadie
Richard Attlee
Accountant
Martyn Mayger
Select Committee Member
Joe Tucker
Manager
Ollie Locke
Fabian
Michel Alexandre Gonzalez
Retailer shopping center
Manolis Emmanouel
Demetrious
Richard Betts
Bob the Banker
Stephen Evans
Store Manager
Mateusz Mirek
Nurse
Ben Hickey
Young Adrian
Terry Jay
Body Guard
Bianka Vago
Fashion show guest
Harry Tayler
Young Finn
Peter Trevor
Casino Gambler
Lewis Andrews
Young Lewis
Richard Price
Bond Street Passerby
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Total Grosses
UK total gross
£806,311
3468
Greed
3469

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
Genres
Popular in these countries
  •  United Kingdom
  •  United States
  •  Germany
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 11

Weeks on box office: 1

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
11N
£369,028
£369,028
Other Box Office History
28 February 2020
£91,841
6 March 2020
£22,198
13 March 2020
£7,590
Box Office Gross Flow
£
369K

21st Feb
2020

News from around the web

Sony Pictures have agreed to distribute the next as yet unnamed Bond film that is in development, as it did with the last two films, Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace. The film, which will again star Daniel Craig as Bond, is to be directed by Sam Mendes.

The film has had a difficult production to date, the film studio MGM, who own the franchise copyright, went into administration (its since been bought and rescued) and the production all but collapsing within the legal wranglings that followed, it looks like things are on track now.

MGM will retain distribution in the US and some other place with Sony not only distributing here but also co-funding the film (expect the usual array of product placement in the film).

It's looking like the film should have a smooth production now, with rumors that a script is near on complete, the title will be announced in due time (as with all Bond films) and the November 9th 2012 release date will be met.

It's been announced that after 22 years a sequel to the 1987 smash hit film Wall Street is to be made, is this good news, a sequel to a landmark film? It may be a case of dragging up the old and trying to breath new life into them like many of the atrocious remakes of '80's horror films that seems to be the fashion at the moment, but the good news here is that not only is Michael Douglas back as the money obsessed ruthless Gordon Gekko but Oliver Stone is back to write ad direct.

What will be interesting, and with Stone behind the script it's highly likely, will be the contrasts the new film will have with it's predecessor, the '80's was an age of richness and greed and when ruthless men on Wall Street didn't take lunch because they were too busy making money.

The naughties (2000 - 2009) have been an age when Wall Street in particular has been struck by tragedy that has changed peoples attitudes and the world is in the midst of a recession that in particular has his the financial industry, what a difference 20 years makes.

Douglas of course won the Oscar for his his lead in the original, if they can pull off a similar fate to that of The Color of Money for Paul Newman he may just do it again, lets just hope the title is not Wall Street 2!