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Directed by
Robin Williams
Bob Hoskins
Caroline Goodall
Charlie Korsmo
Amber Scott
Laurel Cronin
Phil Collins
Arthur Malet
Isaiah Robinson
Jasen Fisher
Dante Basco
Raushan Hammond
James Madio
Thomas Tulak
Alex Zuckerman
Ahmad Stoner
Bogdan Georghe
Adam McNatt
Ren Gonzlez Jr.
Brian Willis
Brett Willis
Ryan Francis
Max Hoffman
Kelly Rowan
Stephanie Furst
Shannon Marie Kies
Regina Russell Banali
Jewel Newlander Hubbard
Jeannine Renshaw
Rebecca Hoffman
Jeannine Wagner
Francesca Serrano
Kevin Gasca
Andre Bollinger
Lauren Friedler-Gow
Bryce Armstrong
Margie Takeda
Alyson Healing
Zoe Koehler
Scott Williamson
Wayne Aten
Michael Hirshenson
Jake Hoffman
Geoffrey Lower
Don S. Davis
Cameron Thor
Brad Blumenthal
Brenda Isaacs Booth
Jan Cobler
Ruth de Sosa
Stuart White
Don McLeod
Kim OKelley
Beverly Polcyn
Randi Pareira
Mary Bond Davis
David Crosby
Nick Tate
Tony Burton
Glenn Close
Nick Ullett
Matthew Van Ginkel
Ray Tveden
Kim Robillard
Michael Runyard
Gary Epper
Robert Gatewood
Robert Amico
Jeff Bornstein
Jimmy Buffett
Lonnie Burr
G. Larry Butler
Brian DiMuccio
Walter DuRant
Russell Gannon
Tom Hodgins
Rick Kleber
Jeff Kroeger
George Lucas
Bruce Mahler
Bruce Mercury
John Michael
Neil Riddaway
Casey Slade
Lisa Wilhoit
Mark Winn
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Winston Duke talks Us: 'It doesn't let anyone off the hook'  Den of Geek UK

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Thu, 21st March 2019

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Fri, 22nd March 2019

Five Feet Apart review – sickly teen romance dies a slow death  The Guardian

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Fri, 22nd March 2019

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Wed, 13th March 2019

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Thu, 14th March 2019

Great Escape tunnel hero's diary sold  BBC News

The journal tells the real life story of the mass PoW breakout that inspired the 1963 Hollywood film.

Fri, 22nd March 2019

6th March 2018

Interesting first trailer from Disney's upcoming movie Christopher Robin based on A. A. Milne's Winnie The Pooh

The film is based on the Pooh story's Christopher Robin and his turmoil in life of forgetting imagination, until he sees all the friends he has lost from the Winnie the Pooh stories.

There is an unsettling feeling of Ted meets Hook in this trailer but lets just hope the film doesn't end up being like that, check out the trailer below.

25th April 2017

In a week where not a lot has changed on the box office and the top 3 are the same headed up by Fast and Furious 8 the highest new entry is Their Finest at number 4.

Proving that the series is still well and truly alive Fast 8 takes £3.5 million on its second weekend of release, this is below the previous films second weekend.

The action drama is doing great guns in the UK and its total UK gross now sits at £23 million.

Highest new film of the week is Their Finest starring Gemma Arterton which makes its debut at number 4 with £0.8 million.

Also new this week is Unforgettable at number 7 which takes a very low £270,000 debut for star Katherine Heigl.

Longest running film of the week is Get Out which has been on the chart for 6 weeks now and highest total grossing film is Beauty and The Beast which is still at number 3 this week and has taken an incredible £68 million.

Historical charts

A year ago
The Jungle Book kept its hold on the chart for a second weekend while Bastile Day was the top new film at 3.

Five years ago
Battleship retained its grip on the chart and stayed at the top while Salmon Fishing in The Yeman was the top new film at 2.

Ten years ago
Wild Hogs spent a second weekend at the top while Anthony Hopkins starred in Fracture which was new at number 2.

Fifteen years ago
Bend It Like Beckham remained as the top film of the week while Dwayne Johnson starred in The Scorpion King which was the top new film at number 2.

Twenty years ago
Taking over at the top on its debut as Wes Cravens Scream while Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back fell from the top to 4 in its Special Edition release.

Twenty five years ago
The Hand That Rocks The Cradle was the new film of the week making its debut at the top while Hook fell to number 2.

19th April 2017

Producing a series best with a £14 million opening weekend Fast and Furious 8 tops the UK box office easily making more than the rest of the chart added together.

This is the first instalment without the late Paul Walker and many thought the series could not continue, but number 8 in the long running series has performed better then expected.

The £14 million opening makes it the 30th best opening ever in the UK ahead ofThe Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 and behind Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of The Sith.

After a week at the top The Boss baby falls to number 2 with £3 million bringing the films total to a rather good £16.7 million after 2 weeks.

The Handmaiden is new at number 6 with £474,752 and The Sense of an Ending is new at 10 with £329,948.

Highest total grossing movie on the chart is Beauty and The Beast with £65 million, its now the 10th top film in the UK, and the longest running film is Logan with 7 weeks.

Historical charts
A year ago
The Jungle Book hit the top of the chart on its debut while Zootopia fell to number 2.

Five years ago
Battle ship was the new film at the top of the box office while the 3D version of Titanic fell to number 2.

Ten years ago
Wild Hogs flew into the top of the box office knocking Mr. Beans Holiday down to number 2 after 2 weeks at the top.

Fifteen years ago
Bend It Like Beckham was the top new film of the week making its debut at number 1 while Blade II fell to number 3.

Twenty years ago
The special edition of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back made its debut at the top, it knocked the special edition of Star Wars to number 2.

Twenty five years ago
Hook made its debut at the top of the box office and with an all new top 3 Deceived fell to number 4.

16th January 2017

As the awards ceremonies continue across the world, and America, 2 of the top contenders hook themselves to the top of the US box office with Hidden Figures staying at the top and La La Land climbing to number 2.

After its close call with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story last week Hidden Figures holds on to the top with ease this week.

The film out 3 black women who's achieves in the NASA programme were hidden from public knowledge took $20.4 million over the weekend bringing the total gross to $54.8 million.

Climbing to number 2 after success at the Golden Globes and a lot of Oscar buzz La La Land this week takes $14.5 million.

Highest new film this week, remember that many of the Oscar contenders will have had limited release before the end of the year, is The Bye Bye Man at number 6 with $13.3 million.

Patriots Day, a film about the Boston Marathon bombing, climbs to number 6 with $12 million after 3 weeks in only 3 cinemas.

Longest running film at the US box office is La La Land with 6 weeks, although 5 of those were on limited release, while the top total grossing movie is Rogue One which is just a shade off half a billion.

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UK BBFC Certificate: U

Popular in: United Kingdom

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Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 10

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