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Little Women A U film should be suitable for audiences aged four years and over, although it is impossible to predict what might upset any particular child.

U films should be set within a positive framework and should offer reassuring counterbalances to any violence, threat or horror. If a work is particularly suitable for pre-school children, this will be indicated in the ratings info.


134 minutes (2 hours 14 minutes)
UK release date 26th December 2019
US release date 25th December 2019
Little Women

Directed by


Meg March
Florence Pugh
Amy March
Eliza Scanlen
Beth March
Marmee March
Timothée Chalamet
Theodore 'Laurie' Laurence
Aunt March
Tracy Letts
Mr. Dashwood
Bob Odenkirk
Mr. March
James Norton
John Brooke
Louis Garrel
Friedrich Bhaer
Chris Cooper
Mr. Laurence
Jayne Houdyshell
Mason Alban
Friedrich's Friend
Rafael Silva
Friedrich's Friend
Emily Edstrom
Friedrich's Friend
Maryann Plunkett
Mrs. Kirke
Hadley Robinson
Sallie Gardiner Moffatt
Lonnie Farmer
Concord Sales Clerk
Charlotte Kinder
Ana Kayne
Edgar Damatian
Jo's Beer Hall Dance Partner
Erin Rose
Girl at Ballroom #1
Lizzie Short
Girl at Ballroom #2
Dash Barber
Fred Vaughn
Edward Fletcher
Laurence's Servant
Sasha Frolova
Mrs. Hummel
David J. Curtis
Train Porter
Harper Pilat
School Girl #1
Eowyn Young
School Girl #2
Lucy Austin
School Girl #3
Bill Mootos
Mr. Davis
Lewis D. Wheeler
Josiah Workman
Jen Nikolaisen
Evelyn Meriwether
Abby Quinn
Annie Moffat
Lilly Englert
Kate Vaughn
J.M. Davis
Susan Robbins
Tom Kemp
Asa Melvin
Daniel Shea
Soldier With Telegram
Anthony Estrella
Adrianne Krstansky
Mrs. Dashwood
Sophia Gialloreto
Dashwood Girl
Lily Gavin
Dashwood Girl
Finola Weller Baldet
Dashwood Girl
Flannery Gregg
Beer Hall Dancer
Tony Tucker
Beer Hall Dancer
Joanne Caidor
Beer Hall Dancer
Rosario Guillen
Beer Hall Dancer
Margaret Clinton Weeks
Beer Hall Dancer
Alexander Jimenez
Beer Hall Dancer
Natalie Kurzava
Beer Hall Dancer
J. Michael Winward
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Adrian Hoffman
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Stephen Tracey Ursprung
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Tyler Catanella
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Jenna Pollack
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Meghan Hornblower
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Elizabeth Dunn
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Danielle Pastuszak
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Shawn Fitzgerald Ahern
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Ellen Oliver
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Haley Grove
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Sydney Grant
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Sayer Mansfield
Moffat Ball Dancer
Jen Passios
Moffat Ball Dancer
Juliana Utz
Moffat Ball Dancer
Justin Genna
Moffat Ball Dancer
Mathew Steele
Moffat Ball Dancer
Preston Martin
Moffat Ball Dancer
Taylor Jorgensen
Moffat Ball Dancer
Nicholas Deyo
Moffat Ball Dancer
Preston Martin
Moffat Ball Dancer
Nathan Scarpaci
Ballroom Party Server
Brian Anastasio
NYC Pedestrian / Horse / Beer Hall / Theater Goer
Domenic Arduino
Paris Ballroom Guest
Gary Ayash
Theatre Patron
Ryan Baker
Young Boy Going Off To War
Jared Beaulieu
Theater Patron
Thomas J Berry
Train Patron / Theater Goer
Kristina Byerley
King Girl
Mikayla S. Campbell
Ballroom Party Guest
Kayla Caulfield
Party Guest
Stevie Costa
Bar Patron
Ned Daly
Passenger in train station
Alexander Davis
Paris Ballroom Dancer
Adam Desautels
NYC Theater Goer / Beer Hall Patron
Stephan F Feeley
Rough Man
Jamie Ghazarian
NYC theater goer
Derek P. Hixon
New York City Pedestrian / Beer Hall Patron
Ken Holmes
New York City Pedestrian / Beer Hall Patron
Anthony Houhoulis
New Yorker
Mark E. Johnson
NYC Pedestrian / Theatergoer
Yair Koas
NYC Pedestrian
Sasha Kuznetsova
Party Guest
James J. LaBonte
Ballroom Guest
Ally Looney
Rob Levesque
Wealthy Church Goer
Tom Mariano
Police Officer
Robert Marsella
Laurence Butler
Katie Massie
Girl in Ballroom
Laura Mazziotti
Parisian Woman
Valerie McGowan
Train Passenger
Jason Mulcahy
Vaudeville Villain
Holt Murray
Head Barman
Lily Narbonne
Ballroom Party Guest
Cassidy Neal
Beer Hall Patron
Katie Novak
Gardiner Ball Guest
Robert Oliva
NYC Street / Upscale Theatergoer
Nefertara Ozella
Beer Hall Girl / NYC Pedestrian
Bobbie Peterson
Parisian Passerby
Lily Peterson
Parisian Girl
Jared Reinfeldt
Ned Moffat
Grant Rosado
Ballroom Party Guest
Amber Leanne Rothberg
Young Meg
Harold Rudolph
Hotel Staff
Bill Salvatore
Upscale NYC Pedestrian / Upscale NYC Theatergoer
Scott Sederquist
Train Station Passenger
Yefim Somin
NYC Street Photographer, Theater Goer, Beer Hall Patron
David Arthur Sousa
Ballroom Guest
Tom Stratford
Friedrichs Mate
Alexandria Tait
Paris Promenade Patron
Adam Teper
Printing Press Worker
Brian Tobin
Parisian Ballroom Guest
Mauricio Viteri
New York Pedestrian / Ball Room Bar Goer
Ian Wallace
Moffat Bachelor
Shea Whitehead
Ballroom Party Guest
Taryn Wieland
Concord Townswoman
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28th December 2019
Lovely film with strong performances and lovingly directed by Greta Gerwig that could and should bring Oscars.
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This weeks box office

Little Women is number 2 on the UK box office this week.

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UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: U
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Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 3

UK Box Office Chart History
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14th January 2020

Sam Mandes critically acclaimed movie 1917 makes its UK debut at the top of the box office knocking Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker down to number 3 with Little Women climbing to 2.


The critically acclaimed movie directed by Sam Mendes makes its UK debut at the top of the box office with a opening weekend gross of £7.4 Million.

It hard to compare this to his previous films as the famed director was behind the camera for the Bond movie Skyfall which opening in the UK to £20 Million.

In comparison to his non Bond movies it is his best opening to date, and with the awards season in full flow and the film nominated and winning many awards including Oscars and Golden Globes the final gross could high.

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Little Women

Greta Gerwigs version of the classic novel goes up the box office this weekend to number 2 with a weekend gross of £2 million.

This puts the films total gross at £13.2 Million after 3 weeks of release.

Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker

J.J. Abrams final Star Wars movie in the Skywalker saga falls from the top to number 3 this week with a weekend take of £1.8 Million.

The film has ben on general release now for 4 weeks and has taken an excellent £54.8 Million and it is the highest total grossing movie one this weeks box office.

As good as this is it is still the lowest grossing from of the sequel trilogy which started with Star Wars: The Force Awaken and then was followed by Star Wars: The Last jedi.

The Gentlemen

Guy Ritchies return to London based gangster movies falls to 4 this weekend with £1.7 Million for a 2 week total of £5.9 Million.

Jumanji: The Next Level

Dwayne Johnson sequel movie falls to 5 this weekend with £1.69 Million for a 5 week total of £30.0 Million.

The film is running just a little lower than the previous film in the series and will most likely end up with a gross just a little lower at around the £35 Million mark.

Frozen II

Disneys sequel animated movie falls to number 7 this week but has he longest run on the box office with 8 weeks, it has taken a UK total gross of £51.2 Million.

13th January 2020

Todd Phillips movie Joker leads the pack of Oscar nomination with 11 nods including Best Film, Best Director and Best Actor.

Other notable entries include Scarlett Johansson getting 2 nomination for The Marriage Story and JoJo Rabbit.

The Oscars

The Best Actress award is always one of the most open but the big money will be on Renée Zellweger for Judy, especially as Jennifer Lopez didn't even get recognition for Hustlers.

For The Marriage Story lead actor Adam Driver also gets a nomination but we all know the award on the night will go to Joaquin Phoenix in Joker.

Little Women did very well with nominations as well with Saoirse Ronan getting a nod for Best Actress and Florence Pugh getting the recognition for Best Supporting Actress.

Sam Mendes will likely walk away with Best Director and his film 1917 is odd on favourite to win Best Feature on the night.

The ceremony is on 9th February 2020 and once again there will be no host after the success of last years hostless ceremony.

7th January 2020

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.

7th January 2020

Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker remains at the top for another weekend while the highest new film of the weekend is the 2020 remake of The Grudge at number 4.

Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker

Remaining at the top of the US box office is the JJ Abrams saga film Star Wars movie which takes $33.7 Million on its 3rd weekend of release.

This pushes the films total US box office take to $450.7 Million, an excellent take but the lowest of the sequel trilogy movies to date.

Jumanji: The Next Level

The Jake Kasdan directed trilogy movie is at number 2 this weekend with a take of $26.5 Million.

The film total US take of $236.2 Million after 4 weeks of release, this is far lower than the previous film and the film will most likely not reach the heights of that film.

Little Women

The Saoirse Ronan and Emma Watson starring retelling of the classic novel is at number 3 this weekend with $13.5 Million pushing its total to $60 Million after 2 weeks.

The Grudge (2020)

The Grudge

A new year and a new remake as the Japanese horror classic gets its second Hollywood treatment.

The film makes its US debut with $11.3 Million and sites at number 4 on its debut.

Frozen II

The smash hit sequel movie is at number 5 this week with a weekend gross of $11.2 Million and a total gross of $449.8 Million after 7 weeks of release.


The Chinese award winning movie is the longest running film on the US box office this week with 13 weeks in total, it has a US gross of $23.9 Million.

7th January 2020

Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker remains at the top on the global box office and with no new entries inside the top 5 for the new year the rest of the movie just move around a little.

Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker

As the new year starts the new Star Wars movie stays at the top of the global box office with a weekend gross of $84.2 Million from 54 countries.

The film is getting close to the $1 Billion mark and this week its total sits at $918.7 Million after 3 weeks meaning it will most likely get there by next weekend.

The film has clearly been a massive hit for the franchise, but it will most likely end up the lowest grossing of the sequel trilogy.

Jumanji: The Next Level

Jumanji: The Next Level

The Dwayne Johnson and Jack Black starring sequel remains at number 2 this week with $68.9 Million from 65 countries.

This pushes the films total gross to $610.2 Million after 5 weeks of release.

The previous movie took very close to a Billion dollars globally, but it looks like this movie will fall far short.

Frozen II

Disney's sequel movie is at number 3 this week with $53.6 Million from 56 countries pushing the films total to an amazing $1.3 Billion after 7 weeks of release.

Spies In Disguise

Falling to number 4 this week is the Will Smith and Tom Holland starring animated movie which has a weekend take of $25.8 Million from 36 countries from a total of $88.8 Million after 2 weeks.

Little Women

The Greta Gerwig directed movie falls to 5 this week with $23 Million from just 7 countries for a total of $80.4 Million after 2 weeks.