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Mr. Peabody And Sherman 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.


UK release date Released: 7th February 2014  |  BBFC Age Rating:  U
Mr. Peabody And Sherman

Directed by


Ariel Winter
Stanley Tucci
Patrick Warburton
Lake Bell
Ty Burrell
Allison Janney
Mel Brooks
Dennis Haysbert
Eva Bella
Max Charles
Stephen Tobolowsky
Stephen Colbert
Karan Brar
Zach Callison
Joshua Rush
Leila Birch
Leonardo Della Bianca
Adam Alexi-Malle
Melvin Breedlove
Jenna Hukkinen
Lauri Fraser

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    Highest chart position: 1

    Weeks on box office: 10

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    After such a strong debut from Fifty Shades of Grey last weekend the film was almost certain to retain it's lead at the top for a second weekend, which it does.

    A weekend take of £4.6 million now brings the total gross of the film to £25.2 million, meaning it takes over from The Theory of Everything as the top film of 2015 so far.

    It is also not the highest grossing 18 rated film in the UK, and the highest grossing R rated movie in America.

    Half term week meant that the family and children's films on the chart had strong weeks, Big hero 6 and Shaun the Sheep Movie both had increases in takings from the previous weekend and hold the number 2 and 3 positions.

    Highest new film of the week is The Wedding Ringer starring Kevin Hart and Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, it enters at 4 with a debut gross of £990,000.

    One other new film on the top 10 this week in the shape of time travel film Project Almanac.

    Historical Charts

    A year ago
    A year ago saw a very static chart with The Logo Movie staying at the top and Mr. Peabody and Sherman staying at number 2.

    Five years ago
    Avatar went back again to the top of the box office on it's 10th week of release which the highest new film was Peter Jacksons The Lovely Bones.

    Ten years ago
    Meet the Fockers was still the number 1 film in the UK while the highest debut was at number 5 from Shall We Dance.

    Fifteen years ago
    Toy Story 2 stayed at the top of the box office for another week with the highest new film, The Bachelor, enter the chart right down at number 6.

    As the film was already one of the most pre-book films in UK cinema history before it was released on Friday it should come as no surprise that Fifty Shades of Grey debuts at the top of the UK box office.

    Taking a debut weekend gross of £13.5 million Fifty Shades has the 26 highest grossing opening weekend in the UK nesting in between The Simpsons Movie and Pirates of The Caribbean: At Worlds End.

    The lasting appeal of Fifty Shades will be interesting to see as the film has been so front loaded with sales, and the mixed reviews, many being really bad, could hurt the future gross of the film.

    Last weeks top film, Big Hero 6, falls just the one place this week, taking £1.8 million on it's third week of release, Big Hero 6 currently has a total gross of £9.9 million.

    Nothing dares challenge Fifty Shades this week but there were a couple of other new releases on the box office: Peppa Pig The Golden Boots is at 6 and right down at 14 is Love Is Strange.

    Historical Charts

    A year ago
    The Lego Movie debut by some margin at the top of the chart knocking Mr. Peabody and Sherman down to fourth.

    Five years ago
    Valentines Day starring Bradley Cooper made it's debut at the top and finally knocked Avatar from the top spot to number 2.

    Ten years ago
    Meet the Fockers retained it's position at the top while the highest new film came in at 3 in the shape of The Magic Roundabout (Sprung in America).

    Fifteen years ago
    Toy Story 2 kept it's hold of the number 1 spot while Danny Boyle's The Beach was the highest new film at number 2.

    Disney hold on to the top spot this week with their latest animated big screen movie Big Hero 6, and in a repeat of last week it only just out grosses Kingsman The Secret Service which holds at 2.

    Another £2.5 million over the weekend sees the Hero 6's UK gross rise to £7.5 million from it's 11 days of release, including preview screenings.

    Interestingly it was the weekend which gave Hero 6 the top spot, looking at the chart for the full week, Kingsman takes the top spot by nearly a million pound.

    Highest new film of the week is from the Aardman animated studio, Shaun The Sheep Movie enters at number 4.

    Shaun takes ££2 million for the weekend, not the numbers that Wallace and Gromit are used to but it's up there with other Aardman films.

    Also new on the UK box office are: Jupiter Ascending from the Wachowski siblings at 4 and Selma at number 6.

    Historical box office

    A year ago
    Mr. Peabody and Sherman entered the box office at the top on it's debut weekend of release knocking The Wolf of Wall Street from the top to number 3.

    Five years ago
    Avatar retained the top spot for yet another week, The Princess and The Frog from the mouse house was the highest new film at 2.

    Ten years ago
    Meet The Fockers stayed at the top for another week leaving Ocean's Twelve to land on the box office at number 2 on it's debut.

    Fifteen and Twenty years ago
    Oscar winner American Beauty was still at the top of the box office fifteen years ago while twenty years ago the controversial Natural Born Killers was the top film in the country.