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Highest chart position: 8
Weeks on box office: 4
James Bond 007 returns in the first full trailer for the next movie in the series No Time To Die and its full of action with little in the way of story.
This is reportedly the last film that Bond actor Daniel Craig will apear and the first trailer is full of the actor in action.
The movie is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, his first time in the chair behind a Bond movie, and judging by the trailer he sure has the look and feel of a 007 movie tied down.
The is plenty of action in the trailer, but there are also story hints with suggestions of a new female 00 (they dont mention is she is 7 or not) and a struggle of love for Bond with girlfriend Dr. Madeleine Swann who, surprise, has a dark secret.
We also get to see Christoph Waltz return as Blofeld and the smallest glimpse of Rami Maleck as the villain of the film.
Also watch the trailer until the very end, the final split second shot is an absolute gem!
After a troubled shoot and reports of injuries and fallouts it looks like it could all be coming together got the 3rd April release, so check out the trailer and start the wait.
With little competition Frozen II hangs on to the top spot for a second weekend while Knives Out makes its debut on the chart at 2 and lower down the re-boot of Charlies Angels makes its debit on the top 5.
Disney's sequel movie holds onto the top spot for a second weekend with a gross of an amazing £8.7 Million.
With an incredible second weekend this puts the films total UK gross to £27.3 Million, and with the UK Christmas holidays just around the corner this will go up considerably.
The movie managed to command 53% of the total taking of this weeks top 15 movie.
The film is beating the first movies gross at the same stage by some considerable amount, it is already the 9th highest grossing movie of 2019 and will go on to be one of the top 10 grossing movies ever in the UK.
Rian Johnsons first film since Star Wars: The Last Jedi has been met with glowing reviews and is the tip grossing movie of the week with a debut of £2.9 Million.
With such good reviews the film could hang around quite a while, an achievement for a low budget movie.
Paul Feig's festive movie falls to 3 this weekend with a gross of £1.6 Million, the films has taken £9.9 Million after 3 weeks of release.
The film has been hit with much controversy with some cinema chains refusing to show the movie but the directorial debut from Andrew Onwubolu falls to 4 this week with £850,427 for a 2 week total of £2.9 Million.
The Elizabeth Banks directed reboot of the '70's TV cop show makes its UK box office debut at number with a weekend gross os £547,004.
The movie has picked up some very positive reviews and its a surprise the film only entered at 5, the chances are the film wont get any higher and has been a flop around the globe so a sequel is looking unlikely.
The Joaquin Phoenix starring movie has the longest run on the UK box office with 9 weeks and is also the highest totla grossing film with £57.4 Million.
Disney's Frozen II easily hangs onto the top of the global box office with little competition as Frozen Fever takes hold of the world while Knives Out makes its global debut at number 2.
Dieney's sequel to its 2013 smash movie continues to bring in the audiences with a second weekend global gross os $249 Million from 46 countries.
This brings the films total global gross to $738.5 Million on its way to $1 billion which it will easily reach.
The original movie took over a Billion at the global box office but the sequel will manage it far quicker and will most likely out gross it.
The last film Rian Johnson directed was Star Wars: The Last Jedi, that film was hit with a lot of controversy and got a very mixed reception from critics and Star Wars Fans alike.
This is a new IP and has been hit with some of the best reviews of the year and hence takes $55.3 Million from 54 countries on its global debit.
As the film hit US cinemas early thanks to the Thanksgiving holiday the film has taken $70 Million to date.
The racing drama starring Matt Damon and Christian Bale falls to number 3 this week with $23.4 Million from 49 countries for a $143.3 Million total.
A new film from Chinese director Fei Li lands on the global box office at number 4 with a $18.9 Million debut gross from 3 countries.
The Tom Hanks starring movie falls to number 5 this week with $11.8 Million, still from a single country, to give it a $34.3 Million total after 2 weeks of release.
Without too much trouble Frozen II makes its global debut at the top of the global box office leaving Ford V. Ferrari to drop into second place while A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood and 21 Bridges also make promising debuts to their chart run.
Disney's sequel animated feature was a sure fire hit the make its debut at the top of the global box office as the much anticipated sequel to 2013's mega hit Frozen takes $350.2 Million from 38 countries.
With the film being released just before the holiday season across much of the world the film is bound to remain in the upper section of the chart for a while.
The film will be hard pushed to match the £1.2 Billion of the original film but its within the movies, and Disney's, power to get the film over the Billion mark.
The Matt Damon and Christian Bale starring movie drop to number 2 on its second weekend of release with $30.7 Million from 44 countries.
THe film has now made a very respectable $103.7 Million globally.
Tom Hanks shines in the story of American children's favourite Mr Rodgers in this Oscar worthy film which enters the chart at 3 with $13.5 Million from just 1 country.
The Marielle Heller directed movie will expand wider in the coming weeks but as this is very much a story of an American icon with little knowledge of the subject matter around the globe the studio will have to rely on the star power of Tom Hanks to sell the movie.
Chadwick Boseman stars in this action movie which enters the global box office at 4 with $12 Million from 21 countries.
Falling to 5 this week is the DC villain movie which has potentially shone brighter than other comic book movies this year, the film takes $10.4 Million from 78 countries on its 8th weekend of release.
The film has now taken $1.035 Billion globally and although this is nowhere near the box office take of Avengers: Endgame the movie cost far less to make and there is the possibility of a Oscar next year, Warner Bros. must be far happier than Marvel right now!
A new adaptation of the classic novel Little Women hits UK cinemas in December and the BBFC have given the movie a U age rating.
The movie is directed by Greta Gerwig and stars among a stellar line up Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh and Meryl Streep.
The film has a release date in the UK of December 26 while the US release is a day earlier on 25th December.
The BBFC have given the film a U rating for very mild threat and it has an official runtime of 134 minutes (2 hours and 14 minutes), the movie was passed uncut.BBFC MOVIE PAGE