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Office Christmas Party


2016
UK release date 9th December 2016
Office Christmas Party

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Starring

Olivia Munn
Kate McKinnon
Courtney B. Vance
Jillian Bell
Vanessa Bayer
Randall Park
Sam Richardson
Karan Soni
Jamie Chung
Abbey Lee
DaVine Joy Randolph
Andrew Leeds
Oliver Cooper
Chloë Wepper
Matt Walsh
Ben Falcone
Adrian Martinez
Fortune Feimster
Erick Chavarria
Jimmy Butler
Nick Peine
Michael Tourek
Vince Pisani
Sonny Valicenti
Lynne Ashe
Nick Madrick
Brian Ashton Smith
Walt Jones
Summer Fontana
Daniel Jackson
Ricky Muse
David Kallaway
Robin Robinson
Richard Cotovsky
Jessica Miesel
Jackie Renee Robinson
Bolton Marsh
Todd Parker
Jeff Ryan Alexander
Lauren Boyd
Erica Page
Joshua Mikel
David Kenneth Underwood
Deja Dee
Brooke Jaye Taylor
Lori Gutierrez
Bobby Hoskins
Ralph Abbas
Jeffery Arseneau
Anthony Belevtsov
Thomas K. Belgrey
Emilia Bella
Romar Bennett
Autumn Bowman
Tabitha Chappelle
Sarah Timms Chittaro
Marisol Correa
Arthur Dean
Jeff Dlugolecki
Stephanie Enderby
Mark Falvo
Emelita T. Gonzalez
Turillis Grier
Darien Johnson
Nicole Lauren
Todd Lee
Lizzy Leigh
Destiny Lopez
Erin Luboff
Charisse Lyon
BreeAnna Marie
Myranda McGhee
Paige Nicollette
Mandy Oakes
Donald K. Overstreet
Stephen Payne
Sandy Pia
George Pringle
Jennifer Pskowski
William Cowboy Reed
Jasmin Rodriguez
Heather Schell
Darren Sheehan
Juliette Sicard
Niki Sterner
Doug Stroup
Bret Thompson
Brandy Trafman
Giota Trakas
Candida Valentina
Daria Vyaersi
Candyce Ward
Ashley Washburn
Roger Wiggins
Trevor Wolf
Alex Zelenka

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Total Grosses
UK total gross
£2,984,346
1827
Office Christmas Party
1828

US total gross
$54,767,494
1422
Office Christmas Party

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  •  United Kingdom
  •  Germany
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 4

Weeks on box office: 3

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
4N
£1,198,176
£1,198,176
5
£543,060
£2,336,846
7
£192,179
£2,984,346
Box Office Gross Flow
£
1.2M
543.1K
192.2K

9th Dec
2016

16th Dec
2016

23rd Dec
2016

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It genuinely feels like the cinema going world is holding its breath for the new Star Wars film which is released this coming week as Fantastic beasts holds onto the top spot for a fourth week.

A very low $43.8 million world gross, from 68 countries, has the film just about beat Moana (which is out in 33 countries) to the number 1 spot, that brings the films total world gross to $680 million.

The new Star Wars film is tapping into a very similar audience which will mean Beasts gets knocked for 6 next week but there can be no complaints as the film has done well.

Highest new film of the week is Office Christmas Party which gets a wide release in 50 countries and takes $33.9 million for the week.

Highest total grossing movie on the world top 10 this week is Fantastic Beasts which also has the wides release.

The final chart in America before the movie event of the year (well it will be for many!) has Moana from Disney staying at the top for a 3rd straight weekend.

A relatively small drop in weekend takings means the animated feature takes $18.8 million which brings its total to $145 million.

The film wont go down as an absolute Disney classic but it will be one of their good grossing films in the same vein as say Tangled.

Office Christmas Party comes in at 2 this week, maybe bette than expected for a brain out comedy. It takes $17.5 million for the weekend.

Highest total grossing movie on the US box office this week is Doctor Strange which is still in the top 5, at 5, and has taken $222.3 million.

Longest total running film of the week is split 3 way between Doctor Strange, Trolls and Hacksaw Ridge all having spent 6 weeks.