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24th January

Directed by

Oliver Stone


Sally Kirkland
Anthony Ramirez
Ray LePere
Steve Reed
Jodie Farber
Columbia Dubose
Randy Means
Kevin Costner
Jay O. Sanders
E.J. Morris
Cheryl Penland
Jim Gough
Perry R. Russo
Mike Longman
Edward Asner
Vincent D'Onofrio
Sissy Spacek
Pat Pierre Perkins
Brian Doyle-Murray
Wayne Knight
Michael Rooker
Laurie Metcalf
Gary Grubbs
Beata Pozniak Daniels
Tom Howard
John William Galt
Joe Pesci
Ron Jackson
Walter Matthau
Amy Long
Scott Krueger
Sean Stone
Allison Pratt Davis
Pruitt Taylor Vince
Red Mitchell
Ronald von Klaussen
John S. Davies
Michael Ozag
Tony Plana
Tomas Milian
Raul Aranas
John Candy
John C. Martin
Kevin Bacon
Henri Alciatore
Willem Oltmans
Gail Cronauer
Gary Carter
Roxie M. Frnka
Zeke Mills
James N. Harrell
Ray Redd
Ellen McElduff
Sally Vahle
Jo Anderson
Marco Perella
Edwin Neal
Spain Logue
Darryl Cox
T.J. Kennedy
Carolina McCullough
Jim Garrison
J.J. Johnston
R. Bruce Elliott
Barry Chambers
Linda Flores Wade
William Larsen
Alec Gifford
Eric A. Vicini
Michael Gurievsky
Caroline Crosthwaite-Eyre
Helen Miller
Harold G. Herthum
Wayne Tippit
Dale Dye
Norman Davis
Errol McLendon
Bruce Gelb
Jerry Douglas
Ryan MacDonald
Duane Grey
George R. Robertson
Baxter Harris
John Seitz
Alex Rodine
Sam Stoneburner
Odin K. Langford
Bob Gunton
Nathan Scott
Jorge Fernández
Roy Barnitt
Alvin Spicuzza
John Finnegan
Walter Breaux
Michael Skipper
Melodee Bowman
I.D. Brickman
Joseph Nadell
Chris Robinson
Peter Maloney
Chris Renna
Dalton Dearborn
Merlyn Sexton
Steve F. Price Jr.
Tom Bullock
Ruary OConnell
Christopher Kosiciuk
John Reneau
Stanley White
Richard Rutowski
Bill Bolender
Larry Melton
Carol Farabee
Willie Minor
Ted Pennebaker
Bill Pickle
Mykel Chaves
Price Carson
Gil Glasgow
Bob Orwig
Loys T. Bergeron
Kristina Hare
Agnes Aurelio
David Benn
Johnny Brink
Lolita Davidovich
Hugh Feagin
Doug Jackson
George Kelly
Victor Kempster
John Larroquette
Maria Mason
Ron Rifkin
John St. Paul
Murray Stokes
Ann Strub
Gary Taggart
Henry Tull III
Frank Whaley
Carolyn T. Wright
Debbie Adkins
Dan Andreiu
Kevin Beard
Richard Bissell
Hale Boggs
Jeff Bornstein
Willy Brandt
Charles Brehm
Leonid Brezhnev
Raymond Buck
Rebecca Bustamante
Earle Cabell
Fidel Castro
John Connally
Nellie Connally
Christopher E. Cooper
John Sherman Cooper
Walter Cronkite
Douglas Cunningham
Benjamin Dane
J.C. Day
Charles de Gaulle
Marie Del Marco
Craig Deroche
Ngo Dinh Diem
Alan Donnes
Allen Dulles
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Ludwig Erhard
Lena Evans
Orlando Gallegos
Sam Giancana
Roswell Gilpatric
Robert Goldman
William Greer
Robert J. Groden
Andrei Gromyko
Bobby Hargis
Clint Hill
Jimmy Hoffa
J. Edgar Hoover
Richmond Hoxie
Hubert H. Humphrey
Jacquelyn Twodat Jackson
Jesse Jackson
Claudio Jacobellis
Lady Bird Johnson
Lyndon Johnson
Laurie Jenkins Jones
Roy Kellerman
Chuck Kelley
John Kennedy Jr.
Caroline Kennedy
Ethel Kennedy
Jacqueline Kennedy
John F. Kennedy
Joseph P. Kennedy
Robert F. Kennedy
Rose Kennedy
Ted Kennedy
Nikita Khrushchev
Martin Luther King
Edward G. Lansdale
Peter Lawford
Curtis LeMay
Henry Cabot Lodge
Patrice Lumumba
Ada Lynn
James MacArthur
Robert Marshall
B.J. Martin
Eugene McCarthy
John J. McCloy
Tim McIntyre
Robert McNamara
Mary Moorman
Mohammed Mossadegh
John M. Newman
Pat Nixon
Richard Nixon
Christopher Otto
Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi
David F. Powers
Francis Gary Powers
John Lewis Puff
Nelson Rockefeller
Carl Rooney
Johnny Roselli
Roman Rudenko
Richard Russell
Douglas Rye
Codie Scott
Haile Selassie
Martin Sheen
David M. Shoup
Logan Douglas Smith
Adlai Stevenson
Maxwell Taylor
Henry M. Wade
Mark Edward Walters
Earl Warren
John B. Wells
Jim White
Phillip L. Willis
Rosemary Willis
Louis Steven Witt
Angus G. Wynne III
Malcolm X
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UK BBFC Certificate: 15
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UK Box Office Release Breakdown
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Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 11

UK Box Office Chart History
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16th February 2017

Following on from its stablemate The Lego Movie from 3 years ago The Lego Batman Movie enters the UK box office at the top beating out Fifty Shades Darker in the process.

The Lego Movie opened this same weekend in 2014 to just over £8 million and The Lego Batman Movie has almost done exactly the same with opening to just under £8 million.

The Lego Movie went on to be the top grossing movie of 2014 with £37 million, time will tell with The Lego Batman Movie, this are looking good but we have a number of big franchise movies coming this year which could get in its way.

Fifty Shades of Grey opened in 2015 to £13.5 million over a valentines weekend, this week Fifty Shades Darker opens to £7 million at number 2, but not a valentines weekend, next week will be a tell time for the movie.

Sing falls down to number 3 this week with £2.3 million which brings the films total gross in the UK to £18 million.

Highest total grossing movie on the box office this week is La La Land which has now taken £26.4 million while the longest running film is Trolls which re-enters the chart and spends its 14th week in total.

Historical chart

A year ago
Deadpool wowed the audiences and made its debut at the top of the UK box office, its knocked Goosebumps down to 5.

Five years ago
Daniel Radcliffe enjoyed post Harry Potter success with The Woman In Black which debuted at the top, it knocked Chronicle down to number 5.

Ten years ago
Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore starred in romantic comedy Music and Lyrics which entered at the top while Dreamgirls fell to number 8.

Fifteen years ago
Monsters, Inc. debuted at the top of the box office, it knocked The Lord of The Rings: The Fellowship of The Ring off the top after 7 weeks of play.

Twenty years ago
Ransom was the top new film at number 1 on the box office, The Frighteners fell to number 5 after a couple of weeks at the top.

Twenty five years ago
Father of The Bride was the top new film of the week at number 1 while JFK fell to number 3 after a couple of weeks at the top.

9th February 2017

A fairly static top end of the box office charts leaves Sing at the top for a second consecutive weekend while the top new film os Rings right down at 7.

A second weekend gross of £3.8 million is enough to keep the animated feature at the top ahead of T2 Trainspotting, it brings the films total UK gross to £15.2 million.

T2 stays put at number 2 with £2.9 million but its worth noting that across the whole week it was the top film with £5.4 million compared to Sing's £4.8 million.

Top new film of the week is Rings, a reboot of 2003s The Ring. Rings weekend gross is £812,267 which is way lower than The Rings opening of £2.2 million.

The lower end of the box office has a number of new released, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter comes in at 8 with under half a million and Gold starring Matthew McConaughey is at 9.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is still the top total grossing film on the box office this weekend, currently at 13 the film has grossed £65.6 million.

Historical charts

A year ago
Goosebumps landed on the box office at the top knocking The Revenant to number 3 after 3 weeks at the top.

Five years ago
Sleeper hit Chronicle entered the box office at the top it knocked War Horse down to 4 after 3 weeks at the top.

Ten years ago
Dreamgirls was the new film at the top of the box office, it knocked Blood Diamond down to number 2.

Fifteen years ago
Vanilla Sky spent its second weekend at number 1 on the chart while top new film was Shallow Hal at number 3.

Twenty years ago
The Frighteners spent its second weekend at the top and in a quiet weekend there were no new releases.

Twenty five years ago
JFK remained at the top wile the top new film was Van Damme in Double Impact which entered at number 2.

2nd February 2017

Making its debut on the UK box office this week is Sing which lands at the top knocking off La La Land, and in a surprise move keeps of T2 Trainspotting.

Sing is an animated feature from the same stable as Despicable Me and features the voice talent from the likes of Matthew McConaughey and Reece Witherspoon.

The film makes its debut with a rather spectacular £10.4 million debut weekend which makes it the 66 top opening of all time.

Sing replaces La La Land which falls to number 3 this week with a £3.1 million 3rd weekend and a £20.9 million total UK gross.

Missing out on the top spot is the highly anticipated T2 Trainspotting which lands at number 2, the film is an 18 rating so the audience compared to Sing is limited, but £5.1 million is good and any other week would have easily seen the film enter at the top.

Also new this week is Hacksaw Ridge from director Mel Gibson at number 5 with £1.4 million and Rahm at number 7 with £521,000.

Highest total grossing film on the UK box office this week is Rogue One: A Star Wars Story which after 7 weeks has grossed £65.2 million while the longest running film is Trolls with 13 weeks.

Historical charts.

A year ago
The Revenant stayed at the top for a third weekend while Dirty Grandpa was the top new film at number 2.

Five years ago
War Horse made it 3 weeks at the top as well while the top new film was The Descendants which entered at number 2.

Ten years ago
Staying at the top for a second weekend way Rocky Balboa while the top new film entered at number 2, Leonardo Di Caprio in Blood Diamond.

Fifteen years ago
Tom Cruise was at the top with Vanilla Sky which made its debut this week while The Lord of The Rings: The Fellowship of The Ring fell to number 2 on its 6th week of release.

Twenty years ago
Forgotten Peter Jackson classic The Frighteners made its debut at the top of the Uk box office knocking 101 Dalmatians down to number 2 on its 7th week.

Twenty five years ago
JFK was the top new film on the UK box office making its debut at number 1, it knocked Freddys Dead The Final Nightmare down to number 2 after a week at the top.