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Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle 12A age rating
UK release date 22nd December 2017
Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle

Directed by


Rhys Darby
Bobby Cannavale
Nick Jonas
Alex Wolff
SerDarius Blain
Madison Iseman
Morgan Turner
Sean Buxton
Mason Guccione
Marin Hinkle
Tracey Bonner
Najah Jackson
Natasha Charles Parker
Kat Altman
Maribeth Monroe
Missi Pyle
Michael Shacket
Jamie Renell
Marc Evan Jackson
Carlease Burke
Jason New
William Tokarsky
Tait Fletcher
Steve Dunlevy
Rob Mars
Darian Baker
Ryan Baughman
Na Bil
Jb Blaine
Maiya Boyd
Ruby Bustamante
Friday Chamberlain
Jeffery Clarke
Darion Costley
John Early
Mark Falvo
Sarah Fawaz
Martin Feigen
Juan Gaspard
Tahseen Ghauri
Sylvia Jefferies
Lyric Jefferson
Brian Kayode-Patrick Johnson
Jemarko Jones
Leeza Jones
Demetri Landell
Ashley Lonardo
John Archer Lundgren
Marquis Magwood
Anthony Javaid Mallik
Tim Matheson
Natasha Mayet
Oji Miller-Fernandes
Kevin Montgomery
Stanislav Mruz
Joel Nathaniel
Virginia Newcomb
Demetrice Nguyen
Maddie Nichols
Max Ortiz Jr.
Danny Pardo
Cory Michael Peeler
Jonathan Louis Ramos
Chrysta-Lyn Rodrigues
Tad Sallee
Daniel Salyers
Tyler Stormant
Ivory J. Taylor
William Walker
Ted Williams
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31st December 2017
Good family fun, unexpectedly funny, a good spiritual successor to the original
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UK BBFC Certificate: 12A
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Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 11

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There is no moving Will Smith and Martin Lawrence from the top of the global box office as thie reunion as the Bad Boys stays at the top for a third weekend, and with a quiet weekend for new releases the top new film is Gretel and Hansel at number 7.

Bad Boys For Life

Beating all expectation before release the Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah directed movie spends its third weekend at the top of the global box office with $48.4 Million from 64 countries.

THe total global gross for the movie is now $290.7 Million and is now by far the top grossing of the series.


Sticking to number 2 this week is Sam Mendes World War movie that swept the BAFTA's last night, it takes $30.5 Million over the weekend from 53 countries.

THe movie, which is expected to do well at next weekends Oscars has a total global gross of $249 Million after 4 weeks of release.


After a poor start the Robert Downey Jr. movie is picking up fans across the globe and this week remains at number 3 with $25.4 Million from 64 countries.

The film has taken a better than expected $126.6 Million globally after 4 weeks of release.

Jumanji: The Next Level

The sequel movie may not have done the number Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle did 2 years ago but the film has still done well, remaining at 4 this week the film takes $11.3 Million from 59 countries for a total of $754.8 after 9 weeks.

Little Women

Falling to 5 this weekend is Greta Gerwig's retelling of the classic novel which takes $10.5 Million from 48 countries for a total gross of $162.8 Million after 5 weeks of release.

This version of the movie has far out grossed all other version by a large margin with the 1995 version directed by Gillian Armstrong coming closest with $50 Million global gross.

Gretel And Hansel

Gretel And Hansel

No big new releases this weekend with the top new film this retelling of the Grim fairytale making its debut at number 7 with $7.5 Million from 18 countries.

This weekends box office chart has Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker remaining at the top while The Gentlemen makes its UK debut at number 3.

Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker

Remaining at the top of the box office this weekend for a third straight weekend is the final Star Wars film directed JJ Abrams which takes £4.3 Million.

This puts the films 3 week total gross at £51.3 Million which is £17 Million behind that of Star Wars: The Last Jedi at the same stage in its box office run.

Star Wars fatigue has clearly set in for many fans, and despite the fact the film has been mostly better received than the previous film its numbers are simply not as good.

There is a small glimmer of hope that maybe the Christmas period slowed down the cinema going audience but I suspect this will end up the lowest grossing of the sequel trilogy.

Jumanji: The Next Level

The Dwayne Johnson and Jack Black starring sequel sits at number 2 this weekend with £3 Million on its 4th weekend of release.

This puts the movies total gross at £28.4 Million which is within a whisker of Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle when it was at the 4 week mark.

The Gentleman

The Gentlemen

Director Guy Ritchie hits the box office again in less than 12 months with a London gangster basted movie which makes its debut with £3 Million.

Ritchies last movie was the Disney remake of Aladdin which made its debut with £7 Million, there was no way this was going to equal that but in comparison one of his early films with a similar genre style, Snatch from 2000, had a debut in the same ball park.

Little Women

Greta Gerwig's telling of the classic novel falls to number 4 this weekend with £2.6 Million for a 2 week total gross of £9 Million.

Jojo Rabbit

Director Taika Waititi brings us his latest film which makes its debut at number 5 with £2.4 Million.

A Shaun The Sheep Movie: Farmageddon

The Aardman animated movie as been on the box office for a 12 week run and is the longest on this weeks box office, it has taken £7 Million on that time.

J.J. Abrams epic end to the Skywalker Saga remains at the top for a second weekend over the Christmas period while the animated movie Spies In Disguise makes its debut inside the top 5.

Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker

Second week of release for the Lucasfilms/Disney end of saga release and it retains its place at the top of the box office with a weekend gross of $166.3 Million from 53 countries.

This pushes the films total gross to $724.7 Million after 2 weeks of release, the movie should make it to over a Billion but it will have its work cut out to beat the $1.3 Billion of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Jumanji: The Next Level

Director Jake Kasdan's Jumanji sequel remains at number 2 this week with a weekend gross of $96.9 Million from 63 countries.

this takes to films total global gross to $471.4 Million after 3 weeks of release, the movie may struggle to get over a Billion in total gross as did Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle 2 years ago.

Frozen II

Disney's sequel to one of its highest grossing animated movies takes $58.7 Million this week from 54 countries and is at number 3.

The film now has a total gross of $1.2 Billion after 6 weeks of release and has now surpassed to total gross of the first Frozen movie.

Spies In Disguise

Spies In Disguise

Disney inherited this Will Smith and Tom Holland starring movie in its buyout of 20th Century Fox and the film lands at number 4 this week with $29.2 Million from 33 countries.

Including previews this gives the film a total gross to date of $38 Million.

IP Man 4: The Finale

The sequel movie from China takes $28.8 Million this week from 12 countries putting it at number 5 on the global box office and its total sites at $111.8 Million after 2 weeks of release.

It has been a long time coming but the follow-up to Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle gets a title, Jumanji: The Next Level, and trailer.

The film stars Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillan, Kevin Hart and Jack Black again, and throws in a few new names for good measure.

The trailer is showing a very similar humour to the first film which was fun and silly, while being entertaining.

Due for a December 13th release check out the trailer below.

It was a tight fought battle at the top of the UK box office this weekend between Night School and last weeks top film The House With A Clock In Its Walls but the new comer won in the end.

The House With A Clock In Its Walls

Night School

Taking iver at the top the new romantic comedy starring Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish took the top with £1.59 million, a very slim margin of £0.05million.

Kevin Hart has appeared in some high profile film including Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle so this is a fairly low opening for him, for Tiffany Haddish who starred is the £8 million Girls Trip from 2017 this will go down as her second highest grossing film in the UK.

The House With A Clock In Its Walls

Taking top honors that week the Jack Black starring film nearly repeated this week but gets knocked down to 2 taking £1.54 million for the weekend, this boosts the films total to £5.5 million after 2 weeks.

A Simple Favour

The Paul Feig directed film falls to number 3 this week with just over a million pound weekend gross which takes to films UK gross to £3.4 million after 2 weeks.

Crazy Rich Asians

The American smash hit comedy is still doing well in the UK, although not bringing in the same success as across the pond, but a £0.7 million weekend puts the film at number 4 this week and boosts the total gross to £4.8 million.

The Nun

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Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

The sequel has done amazingly well in the UK and is the top total grossing film again this week, dropping to number 13 this week the film has a UK total gross of £65 million.

It probably wont outgross the original movie's £69 million which for a time was the UK's top film but it will be in the same ball park.