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Stronger

(2017)

Stronger
Director(s)
David Gordon Green
Stars
Jake Gyllenhaal
Tatiana Maslany
Miranda Richardson
Richard Lane Jr.
Nate Richman
Lenny Clarke
Patty ONeil
Kate Fitzgerald
Danny McCarthy
Frankie Shaw
Carlos Sanz
Michelle Forziati
Sean McGuirk
Karen Scalia
Judith McIntyre
Dr. Jeffrey Kalish
Cassandra Cato Louis
Rena Maliszewski
Jaime FitzSimons
Diana Boudreau
Tony Viveiros
Patricia Ross
Vinh Doan
Jeremiah Kissel
Owen Burke
Mike ODea
Nick Cairis
Dafna Gottesman
Jimmy LeBlanc
Bates Wilder
Irene Gerakas
Paul Martino
Gary Martino
Chris Martino
Greig Martino
Mary Martino
Moira Driscoll
Darlene Van Alstyne
Maggie Castle
Kyara Williams
Nancy Villone
Sonaz Izadi
Jennifer Pollono
Benjamin Hanson
Michele Kerr
Paula Hereau
Odessa Boykins
Mariann McDonough
Pamela Saint Onge
Lynn Herman
Jaclyn Dempsey
Robert Kenney
Julia Anzaldi
Stephanie Atkinson
Curtis Eames
James Braver
Marco Aguirre
Giovanni Alabiso
Ernest Anemone
Kristen Annese
Nelson Aquino
Fatima Armaghan
Daniel Baek
Sophia Bakas
Sandra Baptista
Sophia Bellas
Theodora Blot
David S. Bookbinder
Eliane Brick
Brina
Van Brockmann
Thomas Brogan
Mark Burzenski
Joe Jafo Carriere
Joanie Catalano
Christine E. Clark
Dario Micah Cocchi
Josephine Cooper
Jeffrey Corazzini
Maria Cortes
Kevin Daigneault
Claire Elizabeth Davies
Bennett Deady
Hosea DeMarzino
Nicholas Deveau
Tierre Diaz
Rob DiNinni
Brian Dongelewic
Sunny Duane
Brendan Egan
Kevin Egan
Michele Egerton
Manny Famolare
Monica Farrington
Olivia Filleti
John Franchi
Shane Fuller
James Gaiero
James Galarneau
Ross Geraci
Munjeet Geyer
Suzanne Gillies
Ed Goode
Elaine Victoria Grey
Jed Griswold
Katie Hanley
Cynthia Harrington
Johnny L. Hernandez
Johnny Hickey
Arthur Hiou
Rosemary Howard
Ian Dylan Hunt
Marcela Jaramillo
Patrick Julian
Ken Kansky
Bobby Kenney
David Lacreta
Hashim Lafond
Patrick Languzzi
Renee Lawrie
Jordan Lazieh
Sydney Lezama
Katherine Limoncelli
Ally Looney
Rob Lévesque
Kimberly Mae
Robert Marsella
Daniel Martignetti
Acei Martin
Brian Masters
Elle Matarazzo
Bridget McGuinness
Brooke McMaster
Sean McPherson
Marely Mercedes
Kat Miller
Adrian M. Mompoint
Donna Ognibene
Robert Oliva
Richard Pacheco
Arissa Page
Chris Palermo
Joseph Paolo
Anthony Pelton
Allen Phillips
Thomas Pimentel
Emelie Pla
John Pollono
Bill Porter
Rickland Powell
Maximus Prime
Leah Procito
David Pulson
Rachel Ramey
Paul Vincent Rapisarda
Anne Reardon
Steven Rears
Ralph Regine
Gabrielle Ritter
Diana Rombola
Lexie Roth
Manajhjanihe Royalle
Harold Rudolph
Christian Ruiz
John Sarnie
Stephanie Ann Saunders
Brandon Scales
Alexandra Smith
Richard Spink
Kimber Starlette
Ted Sterner
David Struffolino
Paul Taft
Jeffrey Vincent Thompson
Luke D. Tierney
Anastasia Tsikhanava
Jennifer Patricia Tyrrell
George J. Vezina
David Villa
Nicolas Villamizar
Peter Lewis Walsh
Mike Wendt
Amy Whalen
Precious White
Dora Winifred
Keith Wolosz
Brian Douglas Young
Ron G. Young
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News
12th December 2017

Paddington 2 wins the UK box office again, now on its 5th week of release and 3rd week in total at the top

Highest new film of the week if Stronger starring Jake Gyllenhaal at number 10.

Longest running film of the week is Thor: Ragnorak which is also the highest total grossing film with £30.6 million.

UK box office for weekend of 8th - 10th December 2018 as follows:

1 Paddington 2 £1,690,027
2 Daddys Home 2 £1,135,646
3 Wonder £742,687
4 Justice League £552,227
5 Murder On The Orient Express £412,400
6 The Disaster Artist £331,685
7 Thor: Ragnarok £242,176
8 A Bad Moms Christmas £168,037
9 Nutcracker ROH 2017/18 £137,861
10 Stronger £102,379

27th September 2017

IT has a good run at the US box office, and continues to do well, but it gave up the crown to Kingsman The Golden Circle this weekend.

Not a fantastic opening weekend for the British secret agent sequel but its $39 million was enough to see it open bigger than the first film.

As we enter the winter season with a number of big film on the horizon this will effect Kingsman 2s long term appeal, but for now its on a roll.

IT falls off the top after a couple of weeks at number 1 to number 2 with a weekend gross of around $30 million.

This pushed the films total gross after 3 weeks in the US to $266 million, and it is this week top total grossing movie on the US box office.

Also new this week are The LEGO Ninjago Movie which enters at number 3, after Batman and the Lego movie maybe a little disappointing, Friend Request at number 7 and Stronger at number 9.

Longest running film on the US chart this week is Wind River which this week notches up its 8th weekend.

26th July 2016

This week saw the release of a new Star Trek movie at the global box office and as with all the others in the new' universe created by JJ Abrahams it is the top film globally.

Its a softer debut than Star Trek or sci-fi is used to despite good reviews and seemingly a better film then the last one but a $89.6 million debut from 38 countries is strong enough to see it dominate.

The legend of Tarzan is at 2 this week and is getting stronger across the globe as it has a staggered release, its not performing in the US but it is globally.

The film took $51 million from 62 countries for a total global gross of $260 million to date.

Biggest news of the week is the string debut for Skiptrace, the Jackie Chan action film had a big release in Asia and from 3 countries took $44 million on its debut.

Independence Day: Resurgence is the top total grossing movie on the weeks top ten global box office with $361.2 million.

Here is the global top 5.

  1. Star Trek Beyond - $89,600,000
  2. The Legend Of Tarzan - $51,130,000
  3. Ice Age: Collision Course - $51,000,000
  4. Skiptrace - $44,000,000
  5. The Secret Life Of Pets - $39,330,275

7th March 2016

All change at the top of the US box office chart this week as 2 strong new releases enter in the top two places in the shape of Zootopia and London Has Fallen.

Disney do it yet again with their latest animated feature as Zootopia enters strong at the top with an excellent $73.3 million debut.

For Disney (not Pixar they are a different studio who Disney distribute for) this is their highest ever debut for an animated feature (yes even stronger than Frozen!) fuelled no doubt the the excellent reviews the film has got.

Falling from the top this week is Deadpool after three weeks at the top, a $16 million weekend brings the films total to $311 million after 4 weeks of play.

Highest total grossing film, and probably it last week on the US box office, is Star Wars: The Force Awakens which has now taken a massive and record breaking $928.8 million in America.

4th January 2012

Sales of films and TV show on a physical disk declined by 7.2% in 2011 while sales of digital media downloads rose by 12%. Despite this Blu-ray is growing with it now accounting for 18% of the market.

Rental sales for downloads are expected to get stronger and stronger as the video shop of the 90's continues to become a relic. The saviors for DVD/Blu-ray is the triple play disk set allowing for the consumer to have the Blu-ray, DVD and digital for mobile devices version of a film.

Despite this downturn in sales December saw a big increase in sales and accounted for nearly 25% of the yearly sales of physical disks, and Blu-ray saw a year on year increase of nearly 27%.

British films saw an incredible year for sales with the last 2 chapters of the Harry Potter series by far outselling everything else. The Kings Speech, The Inbetweeners and Paul also did very well with British talent attached. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides was also a big seller, it was made in Britain.

Despite the recession the home video market, which includes physical and digital media was worth £2,251 billion in 2011.

Here is the top 10 films and TV sales of 2011

  1. Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part 2
  2. Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part 1
  3. The Inbetweeners
  4. The King's Speech
  5. Pirates Of The Caribbean - On Stranger Tides
  6. Despicable Me
  7. Paul
  8. Tangled
  9. Peter Kay - Live - The Tour That Didn't Tour
  10. Transformers - Dark Of The Moon

21st December 2011

As expected, mainly because it was pre-announced, the first trailer, and true glimpse, of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey has gone live on iTunes today. The Hobbit in case you don't know is the prequel to The Lord of the Rings Trilogy that director Peter Jackson brought to the big screen in the early 2000's.

The production has had a difficult time but destiny chose Peter Jackson to direct the movies which are shooting in New Zealand probably as we speak. The first of the 2 films is probably the most anticipated film of next year (sorry Batman).

Of course the good thing about Jackson returning as director is that the connection between The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings couldn't be stronger and most of the cast from the original films are back, and to open up this teaser we have Ian Holm, the original Bilbo Baggins doing a voice over. The trailer certainly ticks all the boxes, we see Frodo (Elija Wood), we see Bilbo young and old (young played by Martin Freeman who looks incredible) we see Gandolf (Ian McKellen) looking the same as he did in the Rings Trilogy. We get introduced to all the gang that will be in the new film, accompanied by a song!

What astounds me the most is that besides some clear productions values what will get sorted before release this just simply looks like it could have been part of the original Trilogy, it simply loks that good. To top things off we get to see briefly the Ring from the original series and Golum. Watch it, it's great, and there is only a year before we get to see the full feature. Also scroll down the page as the first poster for the film has also been released. Oh and check out the trailer here on iTunes.

8th June 2009

To coin a phrase from a much loved movie, There Can Be Only One, this was true back in the midsts of time when Betamax had a fight with VHS and the same is true now, but unlike back then it looks like the better format this time has won.

So what's all this about, it's about the next generation DVD high definition format wars that has been taking place over the last year or so, two competing camps headed by Sony and Toshiba have been trying to bring a high definition successor to the DVD to market and both have been rallying to get the support of the studios to release their films on the two formats.

The various studios have been one by one taking sides, Sony of course have a large catalogue of film, from themselves and their buy out of Columbia pictures, also with large catalogues are Disney (along with Buena Vista) who have taken the Blu-Ray route and Paramount and Universal. Paramount and Universal pledged their support for HD-DVD back last year to much controversy and large amounts of money allegedly changing hands.

Warner have been on the fence about this and have been releasing films on both HD-DVD and Blu-ray, until now, Warner have now announced that they are to go Blu-ray exclusive on all their films, starting in May.

Clearly this has sent a huge shudder through the HD-DVD ranks as Paramount/Universal are now the only major studio to be backing HD-DVD, and my money is on them making a u-turn sometime this year.

To add salt to the wound New Line have also announced their allegiance to Blue-ray which means that a certain fantasy trilogy by Peter Jackson* wont be long before it's making its way to high-def.

In figures just released Blu-ray is now outselling HD-DVD by 70% so the writing was on the wall before Warner made the announcement and in truth they have just made a good business decision to go with the stronger format. This looks to have resolved the format was once and for all, this time next year HD-DVD should be a thing of the past and go in the Betamax hall of fame.

Chart info

UK release date:

Highest chart position: 10

Weeks on box office: 1

Chart history
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Finer details

Total UK gross £102,379 and the 4866th top grossing film in the UK

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