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Maze 15 age rating
UK release date 22nd September 2017

Directed by

Stephen Burke


Tom Vaughan-Lawlor
Barry Ward
Martin McCann
Eileen Walsh
Aaron Monaghan
Niamh McGrady
Ross McKinney
Elva Trill
Tim Creed
Cillian O'Sullivan
Patrick Buchanan
Andy Kellegher
David Coakley
Will Irvine
Stefan Dunbar
James Browne
Ella Connolly
Michael Power
Robert Fawsitt
Sean T. O Meallaigh
Aidan OHare
Michelle Lehane
James Tolcher
Conor Charlton

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UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
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Highest chart position: 11

Weeks on box office: 3

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This weekend, Friday 23rd August 2019, there are 3 new films released in the UK looking to hit the box office, but can it challenge Once Upon A Time ... In Hollywood for the top spot?


Angel Has Fallen

First up at cinemas this week is Angel Has Fallen, an Action movie directed by Ric Roman Waugh who also directed Shot Caller in 2017 which grossed £1.1 Thousand.

It stars Gerard Butler who last starred in The Vanishing (2019) and Morgan Freeman who last appeared in The Poison Rose (2019).


Next on the new release schedule is Crawl, this new Dramatic movie stars Kaya Scodelario and Barry Pepper who starred in Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (2015) together.

The film is brought to us by Alexandre Aja.

Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark

Next up this week is Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark which is directed by Andre Ovredal who directed Tunnel in 2016.

It stars Zoe Margaret Colletti and Michael Garza.

Check back on Monday to see where these cinema releases end up on the Weekend Box Office Chart.

Come back next week when there are 3 new releases.

  • Killers Anonymous, Wednesday, 28th August
  • Mrs. Lowry And Son, Friday, 30th August
  • A Million Little Pieces, Friday, 30th August

This week The Greatest Showman climbs the charts to number 1 for the first time after 6 weeks of release.

Released on 29th December 2017 the film has grossed a solid £2 million each week after its debut, this week with £2.2 million it reaches the top and brings its total gross to £23.2 million.

Coco stays put at number 2 with a £1.65 million gross which brings its total to £10.2 million.

Darkest Hour falls to number 3 this week after a single week at the top, a £1.63 million over the weekend and its total climbs to £18.6 million.

Early man which had a dissapointing debut last week climbs to number 4 this week with £1.5 million and Maze Runner: The Death Cure falls to number 5 with £1.5 million.

Highest new film of the week is Den of Thieves which is new at 6 with £1 million.

A couple of worthy notes this week, Darkest Hour was the top grossing film across the week Monday - Sunday, and something very rare the whole of the top 6 grossed over a million pound although the top 15 total gross was down on the previous week.

The surprise hit of the year so far, Jumaji: Welcome To The Jungle, goes back to the top of the US box office after a week away to make it 4 weeks in total.

It was a quiet weekend for the box office as it was Superbowl weekend and that tends to take over everything but Jumanji managed an $11 million gross which brings its total to $352.6 million.

Falling into second place is Maze Runner: The Death Cure which took $10.2 million in its second weekend bringing the total to $39.7 million.

Highest new film of the week is Winchester starring Helen Mirren which lands at number 3 with $9.2 million.

Finishing off the top 5 is The Greatest Showman which has a total US gross of $137.4 million and Hostiles which now has $21.2 in total.

Doing a yoyo back up the charts this week is the award laden and Oscar hopeful Darkest Hour which goes back to the top after a week away.

The whole of the top 5 was actually very close and all took over £2 million, not something you see that often, Darkest Hour took £2.6 million to brings its total to £15 million.

Falling to number 2 this week is Coco after a week at number 2, a £2.3 million weekend brings the total to £8 million.

Highest new entry of the week comes in at number 3 in the shape of threequel Maze Runner The Death Cure which takes £2.2 million over the weekend.

This is a very similar gross to both the other 2 films in the series and so should end up around the £8 million mark.

Rounding out the top 5 is The Greatest Showman which is doing great business and the biggest shock of the week Early Man which makes its debut at 5.

A new film from Aardman and directed by the great Nick Park should have challenged for the top spot, but a close top 5 gives it a £2 Million debut.

Worth noting, if the chart were counted on a weeks Monday - Sunday bases it would have been quite different, Darkest Hour would still have been the top film but The Greatest Showman would have been second The Post third with Coco fourth and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri fifth.

At the US box office this week the third of the Maze Runner films, Maze Runner: The Death Cure makes a convincing debut at the top.

With a gross of $23.5 million for its debut weekend it is the lowest of the series, but interest has waned big time for the dystopian teen dramas and this is coming 18 months too late, a swift exit from the charts could happen.

Holding up well at number 2 is Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle which has far outstripped expectation and has taken $338 million in the US.

Hostiles comes in as a new entry at number 3, the critically praised film starring Christian Bale takes $10.2 million.

Rounding out the top 5 is The Greatest Showman at number 4 and The Post at number 5.