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UK release date 17th October 2014
The Best Of Me

Directed by

Michael Hoffman


James Marsden
Luke Bracey
Liana Liberato
Gerald McRaney
Caroline Goodall
Clarke Peters
Sebastian Arcelus
Jon Tenney
Sean Bridgers
Rob Mello
Hunter Burke
Robby Rasmussen
Caroline Hebert
Ian Nelson
Schuyler Fisk
Douglas M. Griffin
Bill Martin Williams
Jimmy Gonzales
Mia Frost
Donna Duplantier
David Jensen
Jim Gleason
Kesha Bullard
Julia Lashae
Jordan Smith
Laura Meyer
Bailey Winston
Matthew Metzger
Thomas Ryan Smith
Brittany Buckner
Keith Cieslinski
Brian Les Weinberger
Virgil Brent Allen
Benji the Cat
Andre Allemand
Jerome Andries
Michael D. Anglin
John L. Armijo
Jon Arthur
Eric Berris
Tom Bui
Tom Cain
Joseph Cintron
Ross P. Cook
Michelle DeVito
Neil Durr
Joseph Fischer
Rudy Franklin
Nicole Gaubert
Geraldine Glenn
Gene Kevin Hames Jr.
Sadarias Harrell
Kasey Hartzog
Ryan Hebert
Christopher Heskey
Jamara Laster
Cynthia LeBlanc
Elton LeBlanc
Claire McReynolds
J. Alan Nelson
Zachary Probus
Lisa Raziano
Gus Rhodes
Plynlymmon Sanguis
Robert Segari
Kerry Sims
Logan Douglas Smith
Alfonzo Walker
Jesse Yarborough

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The Best Of Me

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UK BBFC Certificate: 12A
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Highest chart position: 5

Weeks on box office: 1

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19th February 2015

This has another change at the top of the UK video chart with Dracula Untold being the biggest selling film on its debut week of release.

Dracula Untold was released at the UK box office on 3rd October of 2014 and entered at number 2 that week with a debut weekend gross of £1.7 million.

The film was a relatively small hit and hung around the chart for 4 weeks raking in a total gross of £4.7 million during that time.

New at number 2 this week is The Maze Runner which was a bigger hit at the box office than Dracula Untold, released on the 10th October 2014 it's total gross was £8.6 million over 6 weeks.

Also new this week is The Best of Me at number 5.

Worthy of a mention this week, this is the first week since it's video release that Disney's frozen has not featured on the video chart top 20, it's at number 31.

22nd October 2014

Gone Girl gives up it's reign at the top of the box office this week allowing the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to debut at the top.

Reboots being the name of the game, Michael Bay produces a new take on the Turtles story of which the first film was released back in 1990.

Directed by Jonathan Liebesman and starring Megan Fox the new spin makes £4.7 million on it's opening weekend, there is no data for the opening weekend of the 1990 version, but an animated version came out in 2007 called TMNT which tool just less than a million pond on it's debut.

Gone Girl is still doing very well at the box office and this weeks falls into second place with a weekend gross of £2.3 million pound to bring it's total gross in the UK to £14.2 million which places it between Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy and Terminator Salvation as the top UK films.

Other new film at the UK are The Best of Me at 5, The Judge (a little disappointingly) at 9 and Northern Soul at 10, event feature The Metropolitan Opera Le Nozze Di Figaro 2014 is at 11.

Historical charts.

One year ago
Last year animated film Turbo was debuting a the top of the box office knocking Prisoners right down to fourth with Captain Phillips and Escape Plan also debuting in second and third.

Five years ago
Up remained at the top for another week while Couples Retreat was the highest new film debuting at two.

Ten years ago
Shark Tale made it's debut at the top of the box office knocking the previous number one, Bride and Prejudice down to fourth.

Fifteen years ago
Deep Blue Sea made a debut at the top of the box office chart meaning that American Pie took a tumble into second place.

20th October 2014

In the US this week war picture Fury starring Brad Pitt takes over at the top of the box office on it's debut week of release.

Having a wide release in 3,173 America cinemas the R rated film took a reasonable $23.5 million over the weekend.

Last weeks top US film fell to number 2 this week, Gone Girl has done incredibly well at the box office and now in it's third week has a total US gross of $107 million.

Other new film at the US box office: Animated tale The Book of Life is new at 3 and The Best of Me is new at 5. Lower down the chart, and from only 4 screen is Birdman starring Michael Keaton, which grosses $415,000.

Check out the US top 12