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Rings No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.


UK release date Released: 3rd February 2017  |  BBFC Age Rating:  Rings 15 age rating

Directed by

F. Javier Gutierrez


Matilda Anna Ingrid Lutz
Alex Roe
Johnny Galecki
Vincent D'Onofrio
Aimee Teegarden
Bonnie Morgan
Chuck David Willis
Patrick R. Walker
Zach Roerig
Laura Wiggins
Lizzie Brochere
Karen Ceesay
Dave Blamy
Michael E. Sanders
Randall Taylor
Drew Grey
Kayli Carter
Jill Jane Clements
Ricky Muse
Jeremy Harrison
Jay Pearson
Rose Bianco
Ryan Lewis
Adam Fristoe
Rick Baker
Zoe Pessin
Arjen Tuiten
Francis Dobrisky
Hunter Flanagan
Brice Anthony Heller
Billy James
Adam C. Johnson
Wing Liu
Hannah Lori
Melvin Kindall Myles
Chris Russell
Dawn Young-McDaniel

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UK BBFC Certificate: 15
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UK Box Office Release Breakdown
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Highest chart position: 7

Weeks on box office: 2

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With the stay at home order issued by the UK government, and the closing of non essential businesses, cinemas are still closed and the public are not leaving home, hence there are no new releases at the box office this weekend.

The Invisible Man

This is going to continue for the coming weeks and it could be late April, early May before things resume to normal.

Its been an interesting week with more films being delayed, most notably Wonder Woman 1984 which was due for release next month has now been moved to August 14th.

Although there was no official box office chart this weekend, the first time since the regular box office was reported, with cinemas not closing down until the middle of the week some figures were reported and The Invisible Man would have been the top film in the UK.

Also across the globe there was some countries reporting box office figures, and Trolls World Tour would have been the top movie of the week.


Many studios released their most recent blockbuster movies on streaming this past week with the likes of The Invisible Man, Bloodshot and the last reported number one box office film Onward all doing well on the streaming services.

**UPDATE** It is being reported that cinemas in China are in fact closing down again as a precaution, and to help the global fight against the coronavirus.**UPDATE** In China where the coronavirus has subsided enough for cinemas to reopen, a number of older blockbusters have been re-released in a hope to get people back in the habit of going out to their multiplexes, these include Avatar, some Harry Potter films and a number of the Marvel Cinematic Universe films as well as The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy.

Cinemas and hence box office takings have been hit hard with the coronavirus outbreak and with many people choosing not to leave their homes Onward remained at the top although with a big drop from the previous weekend, The Hunt defied expectations and was the top new film at number 3.


Pixars latest movie remained at the top of the UK box office over the weekend altohugh the gross for the movie was 62% down from the previous weekend as the film took £1.2 Million.

This brings the films total UK gross to £5.2 Million after 2 weeks of release.

Onward is the only film on the UK box office this weekend which has taken over a Million pound.

The Invisible Man

Remaining at number 2 this week is the Universal monster movie which takes £827,746.

This pushes the movies total gross to £6.5 Million after 3 weeks of release.

The movie is being released on home streaming platforms next week for $19.99 and a similar situation can be expected in the UK in the coming weeks.

The Hunt

The Hunt

Highest new film of the week is the latest film from director Craig Zobel which makes its debut at number 3 with £542,475.


After bad reviews from critics and audiences alike the new superhero movie starring Vin Diesel can only manage a number 4 debut with £444,917.

This can be seen as the first movie to suffer from the coronavirus pandemic as despite this the movie would have scored a much higher debut, many film set for release in the coming weeks have been delayed including Diesel's own Fast and Furious 9.

In a surprising, but expected move the studio has announced the movie will be released on streaming services in the US from next Tuesday, March 24th which may well kill the film box office run.

Interestingly over the Monday - Sunday week the film would not have hit the top 5 making its debut at number 8!

Military Wives

The film about a women singing group comprising wives of men in active service drops to number 5 this weekend with £407,409 giving the film a £2.3 Million total after 2 weeks.

Over the Monday - Sunday week the film would have been number 3 with a weekend gross of £1.4 Million.


The much praised and awarded war movie is the highest total grossing move this week with £43.7 Million and the movie with the longest chart run with 10 weeks.

With the global coronavirus pandemic stopping much of the world from leaving home to go to a movie theatre Vin Diesels new movie superhero movie makes its debut at number 1 dropping Onward to number 2.


Making its debut at the top of the global box office this week is Vin Diesel's foray into the superhero realm which makes its debut at the top with $24.4 Million from 51 countries.

The film got bad reviews from critics and public alike and despite people not venturing out the house to movie theatre it is hard to say if the film would have done much better if they had.

The road ahead does not look good and with Universal and Warner both announcing today the recent box office films are hitting streaming on Friday this could join the list sooner rather than later.


The new Pixar film is also suffering from the fear of the coronavirus and the movie falls to number 2 this week with $17.3 Million from 48 countries.

This brings the movies total gross to $101.6 Million after 2 weeks of release, and despite the good reviews and word of mouth this will end up on the lower end of Pixar movies box office.

The Invisible Man

The Universal monster movie falls to 3 this week with $12.2 Million from 66 countries for a $122.7 Million total gross after 3 weeks.

I Still Believe

This faith based movie is at 4 this week take a very good $9.7 Million from just 6 countries, this means the road ahead could look better than expected.

The Hunt

Also new this week is the new movie from director Craig Zobel which takes $6.02 Million from just 5 countries.


Next weeks box office will be interesting as many countries including Italy, France, Germany, UK and America are either locking down or recommending people stay indoors and many new releases and getting put back to later in the year meaning the box office takings for the next few weeks might not fully reflect what could have been.

A new Pixar film is always something to watch closely on the box office and this week with the release of Onward the movie hits the top of the US box office but the figures are lower than expect, while The Way Back starring Ben Affleck also gets a high new entry in the top 5.


With the current spread of the Coronavirus hitting the US the box office was overall lower than it could have been, and despite getting good reviews the new Disney/Pixar movie hit the top with $40 Million over the weekend.

This is certainly on the lower end of a Pixar movie, but those who travel to a movie theatre enjoyed the movie.

Looking forward the road might be tough and the film could end up with a smaller gross despite the movies popularity.

The Invisible Man

As expected the Universal modern monster movie fell to number 2 this week with $15.1 Million over the weekend.

This brings the films total US gross to $52.6 Million after 2 weeks of release.

The Way Back

The Way Back

Landing as number 3 this weekend is the new film starring Ben Affleck and directed by Gavin O'Connor which grosses $8.5 Million over its debut.

Sonic The Hedgehog

Falling to number 4 after 4 weeks of release is the video game adaptation which takes $8 Million taking its total to a very good $140.8 Million.

The Call Of The Wild

Harrison Ford stars in the movie at number 5 with a weekend gross of $7 Million taking the films total gross ot $57.4 Million after 3 weeks of release.


The Oscar winning film spends its 21st weekend on the box office making it the film with the longest run, its total gross is $52.8 Million.

Jumanji: The Next Level

The film with the highest total gross this week sits at number 12 with $315.8 Million after 13 weeks.

Horror, Thriller The Invisible Man makes its debut at the top of the US box office on its debut weekend knocking Sonic The Hedgehog from the top while My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising also makes an impressive debut at number 4.

The Invisible Man

Directed by Leigh Whannell the new take on a monster movie makes its way to the top of the US box office with ease over the weekend with a debut gross of $29 Million.

The Elisabeth Moss and Oliver Jackson-Cohen starring movie is well places to to have a good run at the box office and with nothing but a Pixar movie aiming at a totally different market coming of note until late March it could have a big number final gross.

Sonic The Hedgehog

The speedy blue hedgehog movie starring Jim Carrey falls to number 2 this week after a couple of weeks at the top with $16 Million over the weekend.

This brings the Jeff Fowler directed video game adaptation to $128.2 Million after 3 weeks of release.

The Call Of The Wild

The Harrison Ford starring movie falls to 3 this week with $13.2 Million taking its total to $45.8 Million after 2 weeks of release.

My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising

My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising

The Japanese anime superhero film makes its debut at number 4 on the US box office with a weekend take of $5.1 Million.

With a mid-week release the film has taken $8.4 Million to date.

Bad Boys For Life

The Will Smith and Martin Lawrence buddy cop movie which has been a surprise smash hit falls to 5 this week with $4.3 Million to boost its total to $197.3 Million after 7 weeks of release.


THe Oscar winning movie from South Korea directed by Bong Joon Ho is the longest running film on the box office this week with 20 weeks in total and is at number 12 this week.

Jumanji: The Next Level

It may not have done the numbers of Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle but the Dwayne Johnson sequel is doing well and this week has the top total gross on the box office with $313.7 Million after 12 weeks, it is this weeks number 11.