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Mothers Day


2016
10th June
Mothers Day

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Starring

Shay Mitchell
Caleb Brown
Brandon Spink
Sam Marshall
Siena LaGambina
Joseph Leo Bwarie
Matthew Walker
Suzanne Haring
Marty Nadler
Rob Nagle
Lily Marshall-Fricker
Ethan Marshall
Emma Marshall
Violet Morris
Barbara Marshall
Penny Marshall
Adam Freeman
Hector Elizondo
Adreana Gonzalez
Lisa Roberts Gillian
Rory O'Malley
Christine Lakin
Finn Moder
Hazel Moder
Henry Moder
Mikaela Gilden
Margo Martindale
Aasif Mandvi
Robert Pine
Sarah Chalke
Cameron Esposito
Owen Vaccaro
Ayden Bivek
Anoush NeVart
Larry Miller
Donielle Artese
Sean O'Bryan
Wedil David
Kate Linder
Ella Anderson
Jessi Case
Loni Love
Lucy Walsh
Beth Kennedy
Brittany Belt
Grayson Russell
Kevin Blake
Natalie Machado
Gabrielle Grimm
Ariana Neal
Tracey Bonner
Shara London
Sandra Taylor
Jennifer Garner
Britt Robertson
Jack Whitehall
Gianna Simone
Drew Matthews
Gary Friedkin
Rodger May
Jon Lovitz
Genevieve Joy
Mia Jackson
Paul Vogt
Nicolette Noble
Adam Hamilton
Jenifer Dillow
Greg Wilson
Tom Hines
Remy Briggs
Charly Briggs
Ashleigh Plyler
Rodney Luis Aquino
Maiya Boyd
Karah Britton
Bricine Brown
Dawlish Carmauta
Stephen Dean
Mark Falvo
Jas Hardy
Bethany Hartman
Suzanne Jolie
Inder Kumar
Brandi Lewis
Natalie Lymor
Richard Molina
Mandy Oakes
Kevin Marshall Pinkney
Eric Elijah Rogers
Matthew Blake Rogers
Patti Schellhaas
Amanda Smith
Jamie Soricelli

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Total Grosses
UK total gross
£870,705
3296
Mothers Day
3297

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UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 9

Weeks on box office: 2

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
9N
£419,532
£419,532
12
£152,188
£870,705
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15th May 2017

It was a weekend when everyone thought the big budget film King Arthur Legend of The Sword was going to dominate, Guardians of The Galaxy Vol 2 still took the crown and comedy Snatched come in highest on Mothers Day weekend.

Its the second weekend of release for Chris Pratt and director James Gunn and Guardians easily holds on to the top spot with a massive $63 million, 57% drop from last weeks debut.

This brings the films total gross from 10 day in cinemas to $246.1 million, its inline with other big Marvel films and well ahead if the first Guardians film.

Highest new film honour goes to Snatched starring Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn about a mother and daughter who get kidnapped in a foreign country, good timing to release on Mothers Day.

The film makes its debut in second place with a weekend gross of $17.5 million, although with mediocre reviews we could see this slip away quickly.

Directed by Guy Ritchie and with a massive $200 million+ budget the studio were hoping for a mega hit on their hands, but King Arthur Legend of The Sword has limed into US cinema in third with $14.7 million.

Beauty and the Beast is once again the longest running film on the US box office, 9 weeks now, and its the highest total grossing movie with nearly half a billion pound in takings.

10th October 2016

After 4 weeks at the top of the UK home video chart Captain America is toppled by Alice Through The Looking Glass which makes its debut.

Alice Through The Looking Glass is the sequel to Tim Burtons Alice in Wonderland and was released on 5th August 2016. The film entered the UK box office at number 2 with a debut gross of £2.2 million, it failed to remove X Men Apocalypse which remained at the top.

The film did reasonably well on the box office hand hung around for 7 weeks on the top 15 before spending another 15 weeks hanging around the lower reaches of the box office.

The film made an excellent £9.9 million is total UK grosses, although compared to Alice in Wonderland which made £42 million its relatively small.

This is the first week os Disney having a big video sale and as always they have a bog impact on the video chart with 5 re-entries inside the top 10, and if you count Marvel and live action remakes they have 8 of the top 10 films.

Also new this week is Money Monster at number 9, When Marnie Was There at number 13 and Mothers Day at number 14.