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Mortdecai Films classified 12A contain material that is not generally suitable for children aged under 12. No one younger than 12 may see a 12A film in a cinema unless accompanied by an adult. Adults planning to take a child under 12 to view a 12A film should consider whether the film is suitable for that child. To help them decide, we recommend that they check the Ratings info for that film in advance.


UK release date Released: 23rd January 2015  |  BBFC Age Rating:  

Directed by


Olivia Munn
Jonny Pasvolsky
Michael Culkin
Ulrich Thomsen
Alec Utgoff
Rob de Groot
Guy Burnet
Jeff Goldblum
Antti Hakala
Paul Whitehouse
Norma Atallah
Nicholas Farrell
Karl Theobald
Camilla Marie Beeput
Michael Byrne
Emily Lawrence
James Joyce
Jenna Russell
Carly Steel
Austin Lyon
Ricky Champ
Chris Bearne
Georgie Carter
Benny Maslov
Colette ONeil
Evie Brodie
Andrew Spiers
Paul Westwood
John O'Brien
J.J. Holiday
Joe Sublett
Debra Dobkin
Darrell Leonard
Bruce Witkin
Michael Murphy
John Rubano
Scott Sheldon
Geoff Pilkington
Kumiko Nagano
Junix Inocian
David Cheung
Jerry T. Adams
Michael Aguilo
Artie Ahr
Jush Allen
Daniel Chapple
Robert Eames
Lance Patrick
Michael Shelford
Andrew Spiers
Leon Sua
Georgie-May Tearle
Susannah Allman
Jozef Aoki
Mai Arwas
Greg Bean
Jamie Bernadette
Vernon Courteaux
Richard Herdman
Raiden Integra
Sayed Kassem
Jessica Knight
Ashley Leilani
Mark Loughran
Matthew David McCarthy
Shina Shihoko Nagai
Bryan Okes
Annabell Osorio
Ronnie Rodriguez
Kassidy Serbus
Clem So
Chris Valentine
Carl Wackan
John Warman
Jase Whitaker
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6th July 2020
Johnny Depp gives arguably the worst performance of his career in this absolutely terrible movie.
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UK BBFC Certificate: 12A
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
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Highest chart position: 7

Weeks on box office: 1

UK Box Office Chart History
Box Office Gross Flow

23rd Jan

Kingsman The Secret Service, directed by Matthew Vaughn and starring Colin Firth, takes over at the top of the UK video chart this week on it's debut week of sales.

Kingsman The Secret Service was released in the UK on 30th January of 2015 where it entered the UK box office at number 2, heated to the top by Big Hero 6.

The film spent a successful 9 weeks on the official top 15, but was still floating around in some cinemas a couple of weeks ago and hence still taking box office grosses.

To date the film has grossed £16.5 million in the UK making it the 247th highest grossing film, wordwide it has grossed $403.3 million making it the 197th top grossing film worldwide.

Last weeks top film, American Sniper, falls just a single place this week to number 2.

Also new on the UK video charts this week are: Kajaki at number 7, controversial The Interview at number 8, Mortdecai at number 9 and Vice, starring Bruce Willis at number 19.

Clint Eastwood is riding high on the wave of critical success and award success, and celebrates his Oscar nominated film by seeing it top the UK box office.

He now manages the double of having the top film in the UK and America at the same time, and if Oscar night is fruitful it could see American Sniper do some really big business.

This week the film, on it's 3rd week of release, takes £2.5 million giving it a UK total gross of £6.6 million, it's world gross is $252 million to date.

Tak3n falls from the top spot after 2 week in the position, a £1.8 million weekend brings it's total gross to £15,1million.

Ex Machina is the highest new film of the week at 5, a £1.1 million weekend is quite weak but the Alex Garland film has had really good reviews which could help it in future weeks.

Also new this week is: Mortdecai disappointingly at 7 and The Gambler at 8.

Historical charts

A year ago
The Wolf of Wall Street was still holding onto the number 1 spot for another week while Jack Ryan Shadow Recruit was the highest new film at 3.

Five years ago
There was still no moving the might of Avatar at the top and with a fairly static chart Brothers was the highest new film at number 9!

Ten years ago
Closer stayed at the top of the box office and again with little movement on the chart Elektra was the highest new film at number 6.

Fifteen years ago
Sleepy Hollow stayed at the top of the box office with the highest new film coming in at number 3 in the shape of Stigmata.

US box office results 22nd January 2015: American Sniper still retains top spot Clint Eastwood's American Sniper has stayed at the top of the US box office for another weekend taking another $64 million in it's 5th weekend of release.

The heavily Oscar nominated film has now taken a total of over $200 million in the US, in his long film career it is not Eastwood's highest grossing movie.

The film still has plenty of milage to go and if it wins big at the Oscars the film could see another massive boost to it's US takings.

Highest new film of the week is Jennifer Lopez (jLo) in The Boy Next Door which takes $15 million on it's debut, one of the highest grosses she has had in a number of years.

Other new film this week are: George Lucas's animated take Strange Magic at 7 and Johnny Depps offbeat comedy Mortdecai at 9.