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The 51st State

2001
The 51st State
Directed by
Ronny Yu
Starring
Samuel L. Jackson
Nigel Whitmey
Robert Jezek
Emily Mortimer
Meat Loaf
Jake Abraham
Mac McDonald
Aaron Swartz
David Webber
Michael J. Reynolds
Sonny Muslim
Barbara Barnes
Junix Inocian
Paul Barber
Christopher Hunter
Stephen Walters
James Roach
Sean Pertwee
Michael Starke
Ricky Tomlinson
Rhys Ifans
Ade
Nick Bartlett
Angus MacInnes
Joan Campion
Terry O'Neill
Anna Keaveney
Marc Anwar
Paul Broughton
Robert Fyfe
Gaute Grtta Grav
Paul T. Murray
Stel Pavlou
Matt Routledge
Natalie Williams
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Movie details
UK total gross
£3,682,190
1532
1533
The 51st State
1534

UK BBFC Certificate: 18

Box Office
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 6

Box Office History
Date
Place
Week
Total
2N
£913,239
£913,239
2▲▼
£646,887
£1,992,754
5
£302,569
£2,637,193
6
£310,081
£3,107,796
7
£230,530
£3,492,423
15
£80,886
£3,682,190