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BBFC


2015
The Martian 12A age rating
144 minutes (2 hours 24 minutes)
UK release date 30th September 2015
US release date 2nd October 2015
The Martian

Directed by

Starring

Michael Peña
Kate Mara
Sebastian Stan
Aksel Hennie
Benedict Wong
Mackenzie Davis
Nick Mohammed
Shu Chen
Eddy Ko
Enzo Cilenti
Jonathan Aris
Gruffudd Glyn
Geoffrey Thomas
Yang Haiwen
Tsogtsaikan Narantsogt
Brian Caspe
Matt Devere
Mike Kelly
Szonja Oroszlan
Greg De Cuir
Mark O'Neal
Peter Linka
Declan Hannigan
Peter Schueller
Waleska Latorre
Frederik Pleitgen
Nikolett Barabas
Karen Gagnon
Lili Bordan
Charlie Gardner
Nora Horich
Kamilla Fatyol
Yang Liu
Xue Xuxing
Richard Rifkin
Nick Wittman
Balazs Medveczky
Ben O'Brien
Scott Alexander Young
Jason Ryan
James Dougherty
Iren Bordan
Dilyana Bouklieva
Adam Cozens
Dora Endre
Bjorn Freiberg
James Fred Harkins Jr.
Minouche Kaftel
Gayathri Kasupathipillai
Slim Khezri
Viktor Mitev
Tom Nguyen
Tamas Sebe
Norbert Szekeres
Dominika Szosznyak
Balazs Veres
Henry Winkler
Takacs Zalan

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Total Grosses
UK total gross
£23,589,854
197
The Martian
198

US total gross
$228,433,663
149
The Martian

Global total gross
$630,161,890
141
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UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 12A
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UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 8

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£6,531,734
£6,531,734
1▲▼
£3,854,809
£13,211,096
4
£2,419,958
£17,491,033
2
£1,732,329
£20,391,517
6
£590,743
£21,797,926
6▲▼
£437,450
£22,593,037
8
£295,607
£23,106,801
11
£102,322
£23,321,249
Other Box Office History
1 January 2016
£3,864
22 January 2016
£3,057
5 February 2016
£998
12 February 2016
£240
4 March 2016
£1,148
11 March 2016
£257
Box Office Gross Flow
£
6.5M
3.9M
2.4M
1.7M
590.7K
437.5K
295.6K
102.3K

2nd Oct
2015

9th Oct
2015

16th Oct
2015

23rd Oct
2015

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With a new Tom Hanks film in cinemas and a Dan Brown adaptation at that it was assumed that The Girl on The Train would be a one week wonder, but Inferno was not strong enough.

Emily Blunt thus makes it 2 weeks at the top with The Girl on The Train with a second weekend gross of £3.4 million.

This brings the total gross of the film in the UK to £13.6 million, if you compare this to last years Gone Girl it is actually head of that films £9 million after 2 weeks.

Highest new entry of the week comes in at number 2 in the shape of Inferno from the book by Dan Brown and a sequel to The De Vinci Code and Angela and Demons.

Inferno makes in debut with £2.9 million which is the lowest of the series so far, The De Vinci Code and Angela and Demons made £9 million and £6 million respectively on their debuts.

Also new this week is Storks at number 3 and event movie Miss Saigon 25th Anniversary Performance which was a one off performance in Saturday night.

Longest running film this week is Finding Dory with 12 weeks, it is also the highest total grossing movie with £42 million, this is far higher that Finding Nemo even if you take inflated ticket prices into account.

Historical charts

A year ago
Hotel Transylvania 2 was the film making its debut at the top, it knocked The Martian down to number 2.

Five years ago
Johnny English Reborn stayed at the top for a second weekend while top new film was The Three Musketeers at number 3.

Ten years ago
The Departed went to the top of the box office after making its debut at number 2 the previous week think Open Season was the top new film.

Fifteen years ago
American Pie 2 was new at the top while Moulin Rouge slipped down to number 2 after going back to the top.

Twenty years ago
The Nutty Professor stayed at the top for a second week while top new film was Robin Williams in Jack.

Twenty five years ago
Drop Dead Fred was the new film at the top while Out For Justice fell from the top to number 6.

On the UK box office this week Emily Blunt knocks off Renee Rene Zellweger as Bridget Jones is no match for The Girl on The Train.

Making its debut with just under £7 million The Girl on The Train is aiming for a similar target audience as Gone Girl which was released early October of 2014 and did very well.

This film which is also based on a bestselling novel has managed to come in £2 million higher despite reviews not being as favourable.

After 3 weeks at the top is it time for Bridget Jones's Baby to surrender the top spot and with a £2.9 million weekend falls to number 2.

The film cant be too sorry for itself as it has grossed £37.8 million so far and at the current pace will most likely become the most successful of the series.

Also new this week are War On Everyone at number 7 and Tristan und Isolde from the Metropolitan Opera which is new at 8.

Highest total grossing movie this week id Finding Dory with £41 million and longest run is The Secret Life of Pets which has now been around for 11 weeks.

Historical chart

A year ago
The Martian remained at the top for a second week while top new film Sicario entered at number 2.

Five years ago
Johnny English Reborn made its debut at the top of the box office with Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy falling to number 3.

Ten years ago
The Devil Wears Prada was the new film at the top while Click slipped down to number 3.

Fifteen years ago
Moulin Rouge made its way back to the top of the box office after Artificial Intelligence: AI spend 2 weeks there. Artificial Intelligence: AI fell to number 2.

Twenty years ago
The Nutty Professor was the top new film on the UK box office, it knocked off Last Man Standing.

Twenty five years ago
Out For Justice debuted at the top, knocking off Terminator 2: Judgement Day after 7 weeks at the top, it fell to number 3.

It was half term in the UK last week and as often during a school holiday an animated feature hits the top of the video chart in a well times release by its studio.

This week its Hotel Transylvania 2 which makes its video chart debut at number 1 knocking The Martian down to number 2.

HT2 was released on 16th October 2015 where it entered the UK box office at the top with a first weekend gross of £6 million, a very good debut.

It saw a second weekend at the top the following week before it descended and in total spent 9 weeks on the box office.

Worth a mention is the original Hotel Transylania film which flies back up the chart this week to number 3 this week.

After just a single week at the top The Martian falls to number 2 this week.

Also new on the video chart is: Crimson Peak at number 5 and The Program at number 20.

Taking over at the top of the UK video chart is the Ridley Scott directed book adaptation The Martian starring Matt Damon.

The Martian was released to great reviews on 2nd October 2015 where it entered the UK box office at number 1 where it stayed for a couple of weeks.

It spent a respectable 8 weeks on the box office top 15 an slipped out of the charts at the very beginning of this year where is spent a couple of extra weeks.

The film is the 136th highest grossing film in the UK having make a total gross of £23.5 million and it is the 104th highest grossing film in the world with a total gross of $598.8 million.

It is Ridley Scotts 3rd best film and Matt Damon's second best film in the UK.

Legend falls from the top of the chart into second position this week.

Also new on the chart is: Pan at number 3 and The Lobster at number 16.

2015 is over and while Star Wars will try its hardest to dominate 2016, the film that grossed more than any other in 2015 was Jurassic World.

A total gross of $1.6 billion across the globe ensured that the continuation of the Jurassic Park series was as big a hit as the original was back in the 90s.

Second on the list is Fast and Furious 7, as well as fans of the series it seems everyone else also wanted to give Paul Walker a big $1.5 billion send off, RIP.

Avengers Age of Ultron was the 3rd top film of the year and late release The Force Awakens was 4th with the Minions finishing off the top 5.

For the first time in chart history the full top 5 made over a billion dollars each, still no film has made over $2 billion like 2009 when Avatar did this, although I wouldn't bet on The Force Awakens making over that in time.

Here is 2015's world top 10 grossing films

  1. Jurassic World = $1,668,912,312
  2. Fast and Furious 7 = $1,520,032,910
  3. Avengers Age of Ultron = $1,402,750,552
  4. Star Wars: The Force Awakens = $1,228,349,526
  5. Minions = $1,157,275,017
  6. Inside Out = $851,602,426
  7. Spectre = $850,604,955
  8. Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation = $682,142,377
  9. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 = $619,444,461
  10. The Martian = $594,161,725