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UK release date 10th October 2014
The Rewrite

Directed by


Marisa Tomei
Aja Naomi King
Allison Janney
J.K. Simmons
Bella Heathcote
Chris Elliott
Maggie Geha
Caroline Aaron
Annie Q.
Jason Antoon
Nicole Patrick
Andrew Keenan-Bolger
Emily Morden
Karen Pittman
Frank Harts
Damaris Lewis
Steven Kaplan
Mike Malvagno
Vanessa Wasche
Olivia Luccardi
Rick Bolander
Stephen Sapienza
Chris J. Cullen
Lauren Macklin
Lily Wen
Paula Blum
Anna Kuchma
Billy Griffith
Kevin Carolan
Matthew Gooley
Bruce Sabath
Kevin Michael Kennedy
Marc Bicking
Shannon Marie Sullivan
Rebecca Sundstrom
Kate Cullen Roberts
Ali Merhi
Jenny Neale
Claire Natale
Whit Baldwin
Richard Hutchins
Patrick Miller
Nancy Ellen Shore

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The Rewrite

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UK BBFC Certificate: 12A
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Highest chart position: 9

Weeks on box office: 1

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15th October 2014

This week at the UK box office there was no shifting for Gone Girl as the David Fincher film retains it's hold of the top spot for a second week.

Holding on with a weekend gross of £3.06 million Gone Girl has taken £9.8 million during it's 10 days of release.

Debuting in second place is the latest teen survival movie in the shape of The Maze Runner, based on the first of James Dashner series of books.

Maze Runner takes £2.04 million from the weekend, not a bad debut although in comparison The Hunger Games took £4.9 million on it's debut while Twilight took a comparable £2.5 million.

Also new this week: Horror movie Annabelle at 3, Event film showing for one weekend One Direction Where We Are at 4, romantic comedy The Rewrite is at 9 (are we getting sick of Hugh Grant?).

Historical Charts
One year ago
Prisoners spent an incredible third week at the top of the box office and with a ver static top 5 the highest new film was The Fifth State at 6.

Five years ago
Pixars Up was debuting at the top of the box office knocking off The Invention of Lying which fell to third place.

Ten years ago
Bride and Prejudice as the new film at the top of the charts with the previous weeks number 1 dropping down to third place.

Fifteen years ago
American Pie made it's debut at the top of the box office and Big Daddy fell from the top to the number three spot.