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9th April
Shaun Of The Dead

Directed by


Kate Ashfield
Lucy Davis
Dylan Moran
Nicola Cunningham
Keir Mills
Matt Jaynes
Gavin Ferguson
Peter Serafinowicz
Horton Jupiter
Tim Baggaley
Arvind Doshi
Rafe Spall
Sonnell Dadral
Samantha Day
Trisha Goddard
David Park
Finola Geraghty
Robert Fitch
Sharon Gavin
Patch Connolly
Jessica Hynes
Stuart Powell
Patricia Franklin
Steve Emerson
Phyllis MacMahon
Krishnan Guru-Murthy
Carol Barnes
Rob Butler
Jeremy Thompson
Vernon Kay
Mark Donovan
Christopher Harwood
Reece Shearsmith
Julia Deakin
Nick Ewans
Alex Lutes
Chris Martin
Jon Buckland
Keith Chegwin
Lucy Akhurst
Peter Bateson
Paul Bayfield
Peter Baynham
Rob Brydon
Antonia Campbell-Hughes
Liz Cater
Chris Clarke
Joe Cornish
Julia Davis
David William James Elliott
Mark Gatiss
Nick Goldsmith
Garth Jennings
Rich Johnston
Paul Kaye
Pamela Kempthorne
Lauren Laverne
Jason McDonald
Michael OMahony
Robert Popper
Paul Putner
Gabriel Ralls
Peter Rnic
James Scott
Michael Smiley
Dave Smith
David Spratt
Greg Tanner
Ben Thompson
Kenneth Thompson Marchesi
Ronaldo Vasconcellos
Julianne Watling
Edgar Wright

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Shaun Of The Dead

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UK BBFC Certificate: 15
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Highest chart position: 3

Weeks on box office: 6

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5th July 2017

This week the animated series of Despicable Me in its third incarnation, imaginatively titled Despicable me 3, removed Transformers from the top after just a week.

Taking a decent £11 million from the weekend the third film, or fourth if you count Minions, in the series comes in under the second film but way above the first.

Worth a note last years Minions debuted with almost the exact same gross as this so the series is on a stable keel at the moment.

Transformers: The Last Knight falls down to number 3 this week with a weekend gross of £1.06 million bringing the films total gross to £8 million.

Transformers leap frogs over Baby Driver which makes its debut at number 2 this week, the much hyped film makes £3.6 million on its debut.

Directed by Edgar Write Baby Driver does better than nearly all other Write directed movies other than Hot Fuzz which was his follow up movie to the excellent Shaun of The Dead and was much hyped as well.

Also new this week is All Eyez On Me which us new at 4 with just under a million pound and quite disappointingly so The House which is new at 6 with Half a million pound.

The Boss Baby is this week the longest running film on the box office with 13 weeks and the highest total grossing with £28.5 million.

Historical charts A year ago
The Secret Life of Pets made it two weeks at the top of the Uk box office while Absolutely Fabulous The Movie was the top new film at two.

Five years ago
Ice Age: Continental Drift was the top new film which made its debut at the top while Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter fell to number 6 after a week on top.

Ten years ago
Shrek The Third made a splash on the box office and debuted at number one while 4: Rise of The Silver Surfer fell to number 2.

Fifteen years ago
Spider-Man spent its third week at the top while the top new film was Murder by Numbers at number 2.

Twenty years ago
Batman and Robin may have been panned by critics but it made its debut at the top of the box office while the Devils own fell to number 2 after a week on top.

Twenty five years ago
The Player debuted at the top of the box office while the Lawnmower Man fell from the top to number 2 on its second weekend of release.

19th July 2013

Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are reunited for a third film this week in new release The Worlds End, about pubs, drinking and the end of the world.

Their first film together Shaun of the Dead was a big hit back in 2004, and has since achieved a cult status and it's fair to say it is a British classic.

2007 saw them re-unite in Hot Fuzz which become a bigger than hit than Shaun achieving a UK gross of £20 million, it also made big stars of the 2 principle actors and director Wright.

This one completes the trilogy that has become known by the writers, Wright and Pegg, as the Cornetto trilogy, and is destined to be an even bigger hit.

I fully expect The Worlds End to be an even bigger hit, the two stars have been doing the press rounds and have been funny and likeable. A top place debut is very likely, although with Monsters University not doing that well last weekend because of the hot UK weather it might make that guarantee an uncertainty as Monsters could still rake in the audience, although the 2 films are pitched at a very different market.