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Little

2019
Little

Directed by

Tina Gordon

Starring

Regina Hall
Issa Rae
Marsai Martin
Justin Hartley
Tracee Ellis Ross
Tone Bell
Mikey Day
JD McCrary
Tucker Meek
Thalia Tran
Marley Taylor
Eva Carlton
Luke James
Rachel Dratch
Noree Victoria
Kendra L. Franklin
Marc Hawes
Jade Fernandez
Chelsea Hayes
Palmer Williams Jr.
Blair Jasin
Caleb Emery
Karon Riley
Andrew Nicolas Starr
Vince Pisani
Martha B. Knighton
Kausar Mohammed
Nicole Marie Johnson
Amor Owens
Cecelia Specht
Jack Breen
Katelyn Farrugia
Kenny Waymack Jr.
Hannah Westerfield
Alie Urquhart
Desi Banks
Abbie Gayle
Andrew Romano
Taylor Towery
Ruby Hobbs
Barry Kennedy Jr.
Greg Lockett
Nia Williams
India Crowe
Jene Moore
Ajana Davis
Ainsley Reagan Dobbs
Kayla Trinity Peltier
Mylie Stone
Mackenzie Marsala
Taylor K Charles
Jeremy Connell
Nick DeKay
Kayte Giralt
Leah Goodkind
Daijahnai Lambert
Dakota James Alden Lane
George Lott
Ella Madison
Cassidy Morgan
Ella Myers
Summer Love Peaches
Milton Saul
Josiah Schreiber
Alejandra Stack
Jonathon Watson
Celeste Wilson
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4th June 2019

Maybe the reception was a little more muted than Warner Bros. would have liked but Godzilla: King Of The Monsters still makes its debut at number 1 on the US box office.

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Godzilla: King Of The Monsters

The sequel to 2014's Godzilla hits the US box office at the top with a weekend gross of $49 million which compared to the original is nearly half its $93 million debut.

Warner have big plans for the monster series and this is maybe a warning shot that the western movie fan is not as interested as those in China for example where the film had a monster opening.

The film is also lower than 2017's Kong: Skull Island and with a Kong and Godzilla matchup coming in 2020 there are warning signs.

Aladdin

Disneys live action remake starring Will Smith falls to number 2 this week with $42.3 million which gives the film a $185 million total gross after 2 weeks.

Rocketman

Making its debut at number 3 this week is the Elton John bio-pic which takes a respectable $25 million.

The films cinema run will be compared to Bohemian Rhapsody, although this film has debuted far lower than the Freddy Mercury film despite having better reviews.

Dumbo

Ma

Starring Octavia Spencer this suspense horror makes its debut at number 4 with a fairly muted $18.2 million opening.

John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum

Falling to the number 5 spot after 3 weeks of release is the Keanu Reeves action films which takes $11.1 million for a $125.7 million total.

Avengers: Endgame

The Marvel movie is the top total gross film on the US box office this week and after 6 weeks has taken an incredible $815.5 million.

Dumbo

Despite being a smaller hit than Disney are used to the Tim Burton live action movie remake has been on the US box office for 10 weeks and has taken $113.7 million.

31st May 2019

The first trailer for new Pixar movie Onward gets its first trailer and the fantasy movie looks fantastic in a true Pixar way.

Little is known about the film but the first trailer introduces us to the fantasy world which could be Earth and we get to meet a few of the new characters.

The animation is set for release March of 2020 so we have a while to go yet but we hope there will be more details of the new movie soon.

Check out the trailer below.

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The first trailer for Terminator: Dark Fate has been released today and it features the return of Linda Hamilton very heavily, but fan reaction had been a little mixed.

The anticipation for the new film has been high and with James Cameron returning along with star Hamilton the fans who have been let down sing Judgement Day got excited, but this new trailer offers nothing new and fans are a little disappointed.

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Form your own opinion by watching the trailer below.

7th May 2019

As expected with such a massive debut weekend Avengers: Endgame remains at the top of the US box office for a second weekend with thriller The Intruder entering the chart at number 2.

The Intruder

Avengers: Endgame

Taking a mammoth $145.8 million on its second weekend of release the Marvel film continues to reign above all else in its path, the films US gross is now $619.7 million and the 8th top grossing film ever.

The drop from last week record breaking openieng was significant but similar to other films on its genre and the films posted the second highest second weekend gross after Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

THe film has a fight on its hands to beat the Star Wars movie but its possible, it will definitely become at least the second highest grossing film in the US ever.

The Intruder

This thriller starring Meagan Good and Dennis Quaid enters the box office at number 2 on its debut weekend taking $11 million dollars.

It had no chance agains the might of The Avengers but has dome well to be the highest new film of the week against stiff competition.

Long Shot

The political comedy starring Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen enters the box office at number 3 this week with a debut gross of $10 million.

Perhaps a little disappointing really as the film would have been a good bet to be the biggest new film of the week but audiences perhaps preferring a good thrill instead.

Uglydolls

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Captain Marvel

The Avengers studio mate falls from 2 to number 5 this week in the aftermath of Endgames record breaking weekend which saw a boost in this films takings.

The films takings this week are $4.3 million boosting its total gross to $420.7 million, the film is the 23rd highest grossing film ever in the US.

The film does take the honor of longest run on the US box office this week with 9 weeks of release, and still in the top 5, not bad!

22nd April 2019

It may have been the lowest grossing weekend in the US for a decade but people chose the pre Avengers: Endgame weekend to scare themselves with The Conjuring Universe horror film The Curse Of La Llorona.

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The Curse Of La Llorona

From the Universe of The Conjuring, Annabelle and The Nun comes another offshoot as audience in the US chose to be scared by the ever popular series.

The new film from director Michael Chaves took $26.5 million on its debut weekend of release.

Shazam!

Falling to number 2 this weekend is the DC Universe superhero movie that takes $17.3 million on its 3rd weekend of release.

The film has now taken $121 million in the US and has now surpasses $100 million milestone.

Breakthrough

Audiences not in the mood to be scared this weekend instead went for this true life drama which enters the box office at number 3 with a debut weekend gross of $11.1 million, $14.6 million with previews.

Captain Marvel

The superhero character will be in cinemas again this coming weekend as part of Avengers: Endgame, but her solo movie debut is still at number 4 on the chart this week.

The Brie Larson starring film takes $9.1 million on its 7th weekend to boost its total US gross to $400 million meaning it has now surpassed another milestone.

Little

2 weeks in and the age bending comedy falls to number 5 with a $8.4 million weeeknd pushing its total gross to $29.3 million.

Dumbo

The live action remake of the classic animation has not been the biggest hit for Disney or director Tim Burton but this week is at number 6 and surpasses the $100 million milestone after 4 weeks of release.

Movie details
UK total gross
£1,861,637
2320
Little
2321

US total gross
$40,630,040
1848
Little

UK BBFC Certificate: 12A

Popular in: United Kingdom and United States

Box Office Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 8

Weeks on box office: 4

Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
8N
£540,579
£540,579
10
£254,416
£1,352,500
11
£144,912
£1,702,973
15
£49,158
£1,808,930
Other Chart History
10 May 2019
£16,047