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Quantum Of Solace


2008
12
106 minutes (1 hours 46 minutes)
31st October
Quantum Of Solace

Directed by

Starring

Mathieu Amalric
Giancarlo Giannini
Jeffrey Wright
David Harbour
Jesper Christensen
Anatole Taubman
Rory Kinnear
Tim Pigott-Smith
Joaquín Cosio
Fernando Guillén Cuervo
Jesús Ochoa
Lucrezia Lante della Rovere
Glenn Foster
Paul Ritter
Simon Kassianides
Stana Katic
Neil Jackson
Oona Chaplin
Brendan OHea
Rufus Wright
Kari Patrice Coley
Sarah Hadland
Jake Seal
Peñarandam Felix
Emiliano Valdés
Elizabeth Arciniega
Alessio Sossas
Mark Wakeling
Susana Albornoz
Jacques Duckins
Anthony Hansell
Karin Lanz
Christian Heller
Dante Concha
Diego Fernández de Córdoba
Edwin Cedeño
Mike Pérez
Juan Carlos Avendaño
Rachel McDowall
Rodrigo Farrugia
Carl von Malaisé
Raffaello Degruttola
Robert Braithwaite
Santos Varas Ramos
Antonio Gil
Luis Antonio Gotti
Jaime Newball
Guillermo del Toro
Alfonso Cuarón
Kamil Krejcí
Gustavo Nanez
Erosi Margiani
Uygar Tamer
Alexandra Prusa
Muhamed Gandura
Shamel El-Salhy
Tsedor Gyalzur
Daniel Stüssi
Karine Babajanyan
Sebastien Soules
Brandon Jovanovich
Martin Busen
Alexandre Krawetz
Dale Albright
Katia Velletaz
Emilia Pountney
Elio Arrocha
Mahmud Chowdhury
Rene Costa
David Decio
Dave Evans
Herbert Forthuber
Anders Frejdh
Roman Güttinger
Alexander Hathaway
Luis Jherver
Eddy Joseph
Aaron King
Tatiana Lavrentieva
Derek Lea
Brianna Meighan
Arnold Montey
Mike Patlin
Tracy Redington
Norman Campbell Rees
Laila Alina Reischer
Jan Reuter
Michael Riedacher
Klemens Niklaus Trenkle
Jayson Whiteley
Chris Wilson
Michael G. Wilson
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Total Grosses
UK total gross
£51,070,677
36
Quantum Of Solace
37

US total gross
$168,368,427
283
Quantum Of Solace

Global total gross
$569,968,427
168
Quantum Of Solace
UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 12
Genres
Popular in these countries
  • United Kingdom
  • Spain
  • Chile
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 10

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£15,384,217
£15,384,217
1▲▼
£9,221,744
£31,450,623
1▲▼
£5,164,182
£40,280,807
1▲▼
£2,884,789
£45,120,024
2
£1,453,184
£47,662,819
5
£720,390
£48,955,117
8
£328,067
£49,602,557
9
£204,142
£50,031,153
11
£192,126
£50,405,045
13
£164,055
£50,830,868
Other Box Office History
9 January 2009
£63,765
16 January 2009
£30,164
23 January 2009
£7,569
30 January 2009
£3,662
6 February 2009
£2,398
13 February 2009
£3,398
20 February 2009
£1,799
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9th November 2015

With the film now is 78 countries, and in particular America, Bonds latest film Spectre increases its lead on the global box office, more than doubling last weeks gross.

A second weekend world gross of $190 million brings its total world gross to just why of $300 million, it has now been in cinemas for 14 days.

It still has a way to go to beat Skyfall's $1.1 billion gross but it is on tract to do so but may struggle, it is well on track to beat Quantum of Solace $570 million.

Box office wise Daniel Craig has been far and away the most successful Bond and his 4 outings will have out grossed all other Bonds, even taking inflation into consideration, by the end of Spectres run.

Also doing well this week is Snoopy and Charlie Brown The Peanuts Movie which is the highest new film of the week at 2, from 12 countries it grosses just shy of $50 million.

Highest total grossing film across the world this week is The Martian which after 6 weeks has now grossed $458 million.

Here is the top 10 world gross gin this week

  1. Spectre - $190,800,000
  2. Snoopy and Charlie Brown The Peanuts Movie - $49,600,000
  3. Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials - $21,900,000
  4. The Martian - $18,600,000 $9,300,000
  5. Hotel Transylvania 2 - $18,600,000
  6. Ex Files 2: The Back Up Strikes Back - $17,000,000
  7. The Last Witch Hunter - $13,350,000
  8. Everest - $13,346,375
  9. The Priests - $11,500,000
  10. Goosebumps - $10,800,000

8th June 2009

A new trailer for the next Bond Film Quantum Of Solace has been released.

The film stars once again Daniel Craig as the title character in his second outing as the British spy.

breaking with tradition of the series this film is being billed as a direct sequel to the previous film Casino Royale.

Check out the trailer below.

8th June 2009

Although retail sales on the street are looking pretty glum at the moment with retailers closing their doors by the week it's nice to see a report that sales of Blu-ray movies are up, by an incredible 400%.

The British Video Association have reveled (in a chat with pocket-lint.co.uk) that 1.5 million disk were sold in December. This is great news for Sony, the format and entertainment sales, but lets look try to examine why such a huge jump.

Blu-ray is a new(ish) home movie format, one which had a vicious and fairly long battle with Toshiba's now defunct HD DVD to be the successor to DVD in the home, so 2008 was the first Christmas that consumers had only one high-definition format to choose from, a relief for many I'm sure. Couple this with the fact that the price of the players are coming down to that which consumers beyond the film fanatic are willing to pay and the number of Blu-ray players in the home starts to increase.

HD TVs are also dropping in price and you can currently pick up a decent 1080p TV for well under £1000 if that's too much a decent "HD Ready" can be bought for as little as £300, this together with good sales of the PlayStation 3 which can play Blu-ray movies means that the high definition world is hitting more and more homes, probably by the week.

Now what was the best selling disk on Blu-ray in December, well no surprise to hear it was The Dark Knight (selling nearly 300,000) which was not only one of the more anticipated moves of the year but also one which many people would have wanted on the high-def format, summer action/sci-fi films are what will sell the format.

With all this in mind it's no wonder that sales of the Blu-ray disks are increasing at such a fantastic rate. Don't get me wrong I love Blu-ray and have the full high-def set-up and have enjoyed many films (WALL-E and The Dark Knight are particularly good) on the format, and I hope this surge in sales continues and eventually overtakes DVD, roll on Quantum of Solace it'll be great I'm sure, but it's not really a surprise is it?

8th June 2009

No surprises to see that the Batman film The Dark Knight is the top grossing film in 2008 taking a staggering $994,896,852, thats £689,395,105 at todays rate of exchange.

The hype surrounding the film was immense as we went into the year and with the sad and untimely death of one of it's stars, Heath Ledger, this gave the film and even greater must see edge, and the film didn't disappoint, Ledger especially.

With The Dark Knight the runaway success it was the second biggest film of the year across the globe was a return of an old friend in the shape of Indiana Jones. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull took an incredible $783,011,114 (£542,544,744), not bad for an old man who's not been seen since 1989.

Third most popular film of the year is also the biggest animated feature of the year and Pixar/Disney had nothing to do with it. Jack Black lends his voice to the Kung Fu Panda which took $633,395,021 (£438,636,528) this year worldwide.

Also making strong numbers throughout the world this year were UK favorites Mamma Mia! with $568,704,210 (£393,821,544) and Quantum of Solace with $540,902,659 (£374,504,077) although both films are still plying in UK cinemas.

8th June 2009

Not sure if sleeper hits exist these days, but if they are then this sure as hell is one, Mamma Mia! is a film adaptation of a stage show and it has becomes the biggest film of the year in the UK.

With a gross of £69,130,014 it out grossed the number 2 film by nearly £20 million. Even more remarkable is that Mamma Mia! has now become the biggest film in the UK, topping Titanic's 10 year reign.

Sliding nicely into the runner up spot for the year is the Bond film Quantum of Solace with a UK gross of £50,405,045. Although a good gross the studio may see this as a little disappointing as the last Bond film, Casino Royale, tool £5 million more.

Third on the list is The Dark Knight with £48,685,166, many thought this might have come out on top, but clearly few realised the power of the chick flick during the year.

All three of the top films of the year are in fact still showing in cinemas across the country, despite 2 of them being available on DVD/Blu-ray already.

The rest of the top films of the year are filled by the like of Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull at 4, Sex and the City: The Movie at 5, High School Musical 3 at 7 and Wall-E at 8.

Check out the full list here.