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Marsai Martin's movie "Little" takes on the mean female executive trope from "The Devil Wears Prada." Here's why it's different this time.Mon, 15th April 2019'Little' Review: Marsai Martin and Regina Hall Shine The Atlantic
An inversion of Tom Hanks's classic body-switch movie, Big, the film is a delightful vehicle for the 14-year-old actor, who also served as executive producer.Tue, 16th April 2019How Little’s Costume Designer Picked 6 of the Movie’s Best Looks Vulture
“This is an aspirational movie,” costume designer Danielle Hollowell explained of Little, the Tina Gordon–directed movie that applies the reverse Big formula to a ...Thu, 11th April 2019Little Is a Confused Parable for Our Girlbossy Times Vulture
Into the body-switching pantheon shuffles Tina Gordon's Little, a movie that takes Big's premise and reverses it: What if a grown and successful woman (Regina ...Fri, 12th April 2019Little review – engaging body-swap comedy | Film The Guardian
At the age of 10, Black-ish star Marsai Martin approached the TV show's creator, Kenya Barris, with an idea for a film. After watching the Tom Hanks-starring Big, ...Sun, 14th April 2019
Two major new releases made their debuts on the UK box office this weekend as Shazam! from the Warner Bros. DC Universe stable did good business and horror film Pet Sematary did OK!
Making its debut at the top of the Uk box office Shazam! makes a good £4 million debut, lower than other super hero movies but for a little known character not bad.
In comparison it is lower than recent origin films Wonder Woman , Aquaman and Captain Marvel but about the same as Marvels Ant-Man who was similarly fairly unknown.
Dumbo falls into second place on its second weekend of release with the Tim Burton movie taking £3.5 million over the weekend pushing its total UK gross to £12 million.
A new adaptation of Stephen Kings horror novel enters the box office at number 3 this week with £1.5 million, perhaps a little lower than expected considering the hype.
The original adaptation took half a million pound on its debut in 1989 which adjusted for inflation is about £1.5 million, the same, that film went on to make £1 million (£3 million adjusted) so expect similar from this version.
The Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson starring movie takes £1.2 million on its 5th weekend of release pushing its total UK gross to £34.6 million.
With a high turnaround on the charts at the moment the films is not only the highest grossing movie on the UK top 15 but also the longest running film on the charts at 5 weeks.
One for the kids at number 5 this week as Peppa Pig returns to the box office for the first time since 2017 where it takes just under a million pound on its debut.
A new adaptation of Stephen Kings Pet Sematary hit cinemas on 5th April 2019 starring Jason Clarke and John Lithgow.
Looking a little more creepy than the 1989 adaptation this version also looks to be more faithful to the original text.
The BBFC has given the film a 15 certificate in the UK for strong bloody violence, gore, threat and the official run time is 101 minutes (1hour 41 minutes).
PET SEMATARY (15) strong bloody violence, gore, threat https://t.co/5SvBlq5CIL— BBFC (@BBFC) March 26, 2019
The hype around Captain Marvel has been intense and there was little doubt this weekend that the first female led Marvel stand alone movie would do massive business at the US box office.
The new marvel movie starring Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson trampled all in its path on the US box office with a magnificent $153 million opening from a record breaking 4,310 screens.
In America this is the third biggest March opening with only the live action Beauty and the Beast and Batman V Superman Dawn Of Justice doing better.
The road ahead looks good for the Marvel superhero and the $1 billion mark looks a sure thing.
Understandably falling from the top spot in the light of major competition the threequel dragon movie took $14.6 million over the weekend.
This brings the films total US gross to a very good $119.6 million.
Tyler Perry's Madea movie falls to 3 this week with $12.05 million which pushes the films total gross after 2 weeks of release to $45.8 million.
The sequel brick movie falls to 4 this week with $3.8 million to bring its total to $97.1 million.
The animation should pass the $100 million mark but it is well below the originals $257 million US gross.
Still in the top 5 is the Battle Manga movie which this week pulls in $3.2 million for a $78.3 million total gross.
There aren't many films more anticipated than Frozen II and today Disney give us the first glimpse of the new movie due for release in November.
Things are looking a little less frozen in this trailer as we see all our favourite characters return, from Anna and Elsa to Kristoff and Olaf.
The music is bound to be another draw and Disney will be working hard to get a follow up to the ever popular 'Let It Go'.
With a release date of November we should see a full trailer soon, also check out the first teaser poster below as well.
The follow up to 2014's hit film The Lego Movie makes its debut on the UK box offie this weekend although the 5 year gap has not been kind to the little brick movie.
Opening to a £4 million debut weekend the second lego movie has taken half that of the opening weekend of the first movie in the series.
It been 5 years since that movie caused a storm and despite the humour being very similar and the film generally getting good reviews The Batman Lego Movie and The Lego Ninjago Movie were not well received and may have damaged the brands reputation.
Heavily hyped as 'from producer James Cameron' and 'directed by Robert Rodriguez' this live action Japanese cyberpunk manga hits the UK box office at number 2.
Taking £3.1 million on its debut its in the same ball park but a little below Ghost In The Shell from 2017 which had bigger star appeal but reviews weren't as good.
A single week at the top for the threequel dragon movie as it falls to number 3 this week with £2.7 million and a £9 million total after 10 days of release.
Falling to number 4 on its second week of release the drama starring Viggo Mortensen takes just over a million to boost its 10 day total to £3.6 million.
Loosing steam fast now is the James McAvoy starring film which falls to 5 this week with £560,579 push its total just £9.6 million, it will go over the £10 million mark by next weekend.
The disney film continues to be the top film so far of 2019 with a gross of £20 million although its total gross is £43 million.
The big BAFTA winning film is still the top film of the year for films released in 2019 with a £14.6 million total gross and is this week at number 13.
Little is number 8 on the UK box office this week.
UK BBFC Certificate: 12A
Popular in: United Kingdom and United States
Highest chart position: 8
Weeks on box office: 1