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The Mechanic

(2011)

Director(s)
Simon West
Stars
Ben Foster
Tony Goldwyn
Jeff Chase
Mini Anden
James Logan
Eddie J. Fernandez
Joshua Bridgewater
John McConnell
Christa Campbell
Joel Davis
Mark Nutter
Ardy Brent Carlson
Lara Grice
Lance E. Nichols
J.D. Evermore
Ada Michelle Loridans
Linzzi Zaorski
Dawn Neufeld
Molly Rosenblatt
Bill Scharpf
John Teague
David Leitch
Jen Ortega
LaTeace Towns-Cuellar
Paul Abraham
David Dahlgren
Stuart Greer
Katarzyna Wolejnio
Larrel France
Danny Cosmo
Derek Schreck
Choop
Beau Brasso
Grant Case
Nick Jones
Mark Krutov
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News
3rd February 2011

Having already done big business in the US and currently standing as the 104th all time grossing film in the world Tangled this week tops the UK box office chart.

The new traditional film, as in hand drawn rather than CGI (although computers were used in the production) is the story of Rapunzel, although I think this Rapunzel is a little less the princess in the tower type. Over the weekend is tool a respectable £5,106,612.

Falling to number 2 this week after 3 weeks on top is The King's Speech, a weekend gross of £ 3,634,265 takes it's total to £24,905,378. With many awards in the bag and many more to come expect this to hang around for a while and gross a lot more.

Also in award contention is the number 3 film Black Swan, Natalie Portman is picking up actress awards left right and center and its gross reflects this with £2,566,346 last weekend and £7,305,659 in total.

Jason Statham makes a debut at 4 this week with The Mechanic taking £921,554 and The Dilemma is at 5 taking £669,368 expanding its gross to £2,292,011. This weeks box office is quite a bit up on last years where Avatar was still at the top but slowing down and Mel Gibson was the highest new entry with Edge of Darkness.

Chart info

UK release date:

Highest chart position: 4

Weeks on box office: 3

Chart history
Date
Place
Week
Total
4N
£921,554
£921,554
6
£532,839
£1,937,124
12
£213,026
£2,445,760
Finer details

Total UK gross £2,445,760 and the 1856th top grossing film in the UK

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

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