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Directed by
Steven Knight
Agata Buzek
Vicky McClure
Benedict Wong
Ger Ryan
Youssef Kerkour
Anthony Morris
Victoria Bewick
Christian Brassington
Danny Webb
Sang Lui
Bruce Wang
David Bradley
Siobhan Hewlett
Steven Beard
John Killoran
Lillie Buttery
Adam Skeats
Macey Chipping
Jason Wong
Emaa Hussen
Ed Gaughan
Ian Pirie
Sheng-Chien Tsai
Josef Altin
Christopher Logan
Jeff Mirza
Emily Lue Fong
Michelle Lee
Joseph Long
Joe Kallis
Anna Maria Everett
Cesare Taurasi
Rosemary Annabella
Andrew Ellis
James Bye
Chris Streeks
Bahaa Nasser
Aklima Begum
Tony Hoy
Lee Asquith-Coe
Mark Barrows
Paul Blackwell
Steven Borrie
Dilyana Bouklieva
Peter Brown
Horace Chan
David Cheung
Siong Loong Choong
Steve Conway
Chris Cowlin
Andrew Crayford
Ellis Crewe-Candy
Eva Dagoo
Joanna Finata
Grace Meurisse Francis
Shonn Gregory
Ignacio Guirado
Lee Nicholas Harris
Shane Hart
Matthew David Hearn
Richard Herdman
Andy Joy
Chonradee Kulthap
Jonathan Chun Bong Li
Darren Luckin
Aaron Ly
Darren Lynch
Martyn Mayger
Matthew David McCarthy
Shaun O'Sullivan
Martin Poole
Guglielmo Richards
Eddie Ruben
Dennis Santucci
Santi Scinelli
Neil Alexander Smith
Scott Stevenson
Frank Stone
Gary Swan
Senem Temiz
Kevin Tran
Marlow Warrington-Mattei
Kevin Wenman
Josh Wichard
Andrew Yiallouros

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3rd July 2013

Despicable Me 2 tops the UK box office on it's opening weekend and has the best weekend of the year so far, and grossing more than the rest of the top 10 combined.

Displacing Man of Steel from the top after 2 weeks, Despicable Me 2 came close to grossing £15 million on it's opening weekend beating the year best of Iron Man 3 by more than a million pound.

Also new this week in the top 10 are This is the End at 4 and Hummingbird at 5.

Inline with my predictions for the weekend Despicable Me 2 did indeed top the charts and This is the End had a top 5 entry. Hummingbird entered in the top 5 and although I predicted that I thought a top 10 was more likely.

Last year new at the top of the box office, and knocking Prometheus from the top was Ice Age 2, on limited release it still managed to top the chart with £800,000.

Five years ago it was all change, The Hulk sunk to third place as The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian topped the chart and Wanted landed at two.

Ten years ago there was also a change as Jim Carey starred in Bruce Almighty knocking 2 Fast 2 Furious into the runner up spot.

Fifteen years ago there was no change at the top as City of Angels hung on, the highest new film at 3 was Mimic.

28th June 2013

Opening in UK cinemas this week we have Seth Rogan and gang in This is the End, Animated sequel Despicable Me 2 and Jason Statham in Hummingbird.

It's the end of the world as we know it and there is a gang of comedians to take us there. Seth Rogan co-directs with Evan Goldberg in This is the End. Emma Watson co-stars along with James Franco and Paul Rudd.

Not a lot of buzz about this film but the star potential, especially Watson will take this film into the top 5 especially as it's strongest competing at the moment is The Hangover Part III and that on it's way out.

Despicable Me 2 opens to a lot of media attention which has really focused on the comedy, and on the back of 2010's Despicable Me which grossed £20 million and spent 10 week on the chart.

With a built in audience and an appeal to kids this could well dislodge Superman from the top, if it doesn't it will certainly land at number 2.

Hummingbird sees hard man Jason Statham as an alcoholic ex-soldier suffering from the effects of way. Directed by first time director Steve Knight, writer of Dirty Pretty Things this will struggle to get a large audience but Statham does have a cult following, although as an out and out action hero.

Expect a 10 ten entry and possibly a top 5, but with a strong marketplace with Superman still doing numbers and the new films it may struggle.

Movie details

The film has a UK gross of £396,251 and is the 3984th top grossing film in the UK

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Highest chart position: 5

Weeks on box office: 1

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