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29th August
If I Stay

Directed by

R.J. Cutler


Mireille Enos
Jamie Blackley
Joshua Leonard
Liana Liberato
Stacy Keach
Gabrielle Rose
Jakob Davies
Ali Milner
Aisha Hinds
Gabrielle Cerys Haslett
Lauren Lee Smith
Adam Solomonian
John Emmet Tracy
Chelah Horsdal
Christine Willes
Arielle Tuliao
Sarah Grey
Aliyah O'Brien
William C. Vaughan
Paul Jarrett
Giles Panton
Dave Collette
David Orth
Camille Atebe
Annabel Kershaw
Toby Hargrave
Primo Allon
John Shaw
Michael Adamthwaite
Jameson Trenholm
Donnie MacNeil
Genevieve Buechner
Alisa Weilerstein
Elisa King
Brett Wise
Steven Jeays
Boyd Ferguson
Sylvesta Stuart
Ben Klassen
Ryan Stephenson
Tom Vanderkam
Tony Dubroy
Chevy Lamont Cofield
Hunter Goligoski
Peter J. Gray
Raj Lal
Dan Zachary

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UK BBFC Certificate: 12A

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Highest chart position: 6

Weeks on box office: 3

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A change at the top of the UK video chart sees box office smash hit Gone Girl go to number 1 on it's debut week of sales.

Gone Girl was released at the UK box office on 3rd October in 2014 and took the top spot on its debut weekend taking a very reasonable £4.1 million.

The film was on the box office chart for a total of 9 weeks and took a total UK gross of £22.1 million during it's run which makes it the 141st highest grossing movie ever in the UK.

On the world stage it was a relatively bit hit grossed $368 million which is not too bad and makes it the 217th highest grossing film ever.

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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.

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As Above so Below at 8
Million Dollar Arm at 15

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There is a change around at the top of the US box office this weekend, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles falls a single place to number 2 while Guardians of the Galaxy bounces from number 2 to the top.

The Turtles fall into second place after a 2 week spell at the top during which they made a very good $145.6 million from 3 week of release.

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