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BBFC


2020
 110 minutes (1 hours 50 minutes)
UK release date Released: 3rd March 2020  |  BBFC Age Rating:  
The Trip To Greece

Directed by

Michael Winterbottom

Starring

Actor
Character
Steve Coogan
Rob Brydon
Rob Brydon
Kareem Alkabbani
Kareem
Marta Barrio
Yolanda
Cordelia Bugeja
Steve's Ex Wife
Richard Clews
Steve's Dad
Justin Edwards
UK Agent
Rebecca Johnson
Sally
Claire Keelan
Emma
Tim Leach
Joe
Harry Tayler
Young Dad
Tessa Walker
Chloe
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UK BBFC Certificate: 18
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There is still no official box office being reported in the US but from the drive-in theatres that are reporting The Wretched spends an amazing fourth weekend at the top with We Summon The Darkness reported at the top new film.

Here is a breakdown of the top 5 films.

The Wretched

The movie expanded from 21 theatres to 59 this weekend and in the process remained the top film with a weekend take of $186K.

This puts the film total gross at $548.6K and it has to be asked if the movie can make it to $1 Million, maybe just from drive-in's.

We Summon The Darkness

We Summon The Darkness

Directed by Marc Meyers and starring Alexandra Daddario and Keean Johnson, this supernatural horror movie takes a respectable $30.2K on its debut.

The Trip To Greece

A couple of familiar faces pop up at number 3 as a new entry as Director Michael Winterbottom continues his 'The Trip To' series.

This is the fourth in the series and all star Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon mainly having a chat over dinner, this entry enters the US box office with $1.1K.

How To Build A Girl

Directed by Coky Giedroyc this comedy spends its third weekend on the box office with $1K taking its total to $67.5K.

True History Of The Kelly Gang

Finishing off the US box office this week is the Justin Kurzel directed movie which take $324 for a $450.5K total.