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The Worlds End No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

BBFC


2013
UK release date Released: 19th July 2013  |  BBFC Age Rating:  
The Worlds End

Directed by

Starring

Actor
Character
Pierce Brosnan
Eddie Marsan
David Bradley
Paddy Considine
Julian Seager
Mark Heap
Thomas Law
Feyi Babalola
John Duggan
Jasper Levine
Zachary Bailess
Adam Prickett
Luke Scott
Gabriel Constantin
Jenny Bede
Luke Bromley
James Tarpey
Paul Kennington
Stewart Brown
Angie Wallis
Mark Fox
Samuel Mak
Michael Haydon
Chris Cowlin
Shane Nolan
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£8,731,367
738
The Worlds End
739

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
Genres
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 4

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
2N
£2,123,576
£2,123,576
4
£1,435,469
£5,438,289
8
£681,301
£7,467,170
13
£238,794
£8,266,470
Other Box Office History
16 August 2013
£89,794
23 August 2013
£31,573
30 August 2013
£16,448
6 September 2013
£11,579
13 September 2013
£5,315
20 September 2013
£3,044
27 September 2013
£1,633
4 October 2013
£1,353
11 October 2013
£2,237
18 October 2013
£1,331
25 October 2013
£129
4 September 2020
£1,101
11 September 2020
£408
Box Office Gross Flow
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2.1M
1.4M
681.3K
238.8K

19th Jul
2013

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2013

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2013

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2013

As expected this week there was no stopping Dawn of the Planet of the Apes as it very easily and without competition took to the top of the charts on it;s debut weekend.

Grossing £8.7 million from Thursday to Sunday it took more than the rest of the box office combined.

Dawn well and truly out preformed it predecessor Rise of the planet of the Apes which took £5.8 million on it's debut weekend in August 2011, it went on to gross £20.5 in total.

Dawn should go on to out-gross that film and could come close to £25 - 30 million in the UK.

Also worth a mention this weekend is two even movies that got themselves inside the top 5 on the box office chart, Monty Python Live (Mostly) made number 4 with £1.8 million which Andre Rieu took him Maastricht concert to number 5 with £830,000.

Other new film to debut this week are:
Pudsey The Dog The Movie at 7

This time last year Monsters University held on to the top spot which mean The Worlds End debuted at 2.

Five years ago Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince made it's debut at the top of the box office knocking the previous number 1, Ice Age: Dawn of The Dinosaurs, to number 2.

Ten years ago say Spider-Man 2 make it's cinematic debut at the top of the box office knocking Shrek 2 into the number 2 spot.

Fifteen years ago was an historical time in cinema as the much anticipated, and to an extent much hated, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace made it's UK debut at the top, 2 months after it's US debut. The Mummy fell to number 2.

Another slow week at the UK box office as the British bask in the summer sun which resulted in small box office takings and Monsters University retaining the top spot.

10 days on release and a second weekend as the number one film in Great Britain Monsters University takes £2.7 million pushing it's total UK gross to £8.6 million.

Highest new film of the weekend is The Worlds End, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost on a bender that sees the world end, directed by long time collaborator Edgar Wright.

The Worlds end took £2.1 million at the box office, much lower that I would have expected for an anticipated film, but like last weekend the weather has clearly kept people outside.

In accordance with my expectations The Worlds End didn't take the top spot from Monsters University, it was way off by nearly £700,000 and also the box office taking stayed quite stagnant, although with the summer holidays now upon us next week could be different.

Last year at this time The Dark Knight Rises took the box office by storm taking £14.3 million on it's opening weekend, knocking Ice Age Continental Drift from the top and also becoming the highest new film of the week.

Five years ago Mamma Mia! was still at the top slowly raking in the money, and also keeping Wall-E from debuting at the top, the Pixar film has to settle for number 2.

Ten years ago The Hulk starring Eric Bana and directed by Ang Lee debuted at the top knocking Charlie's Angels Full Throttle down to number 3.

Fifteen years ago Godzilla took the top spot on it's debut weekend from Six Days Seven Knights.

Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are reunited for a third film this week in new release The Worlds End, about pubs, drinking and the end of the world.

Their first film together Shaun of the Dead was a big hit back in 2004, and has since achieved a cult status and it's fair to say it is a British classic.

2007 saw them re-unite in Hot Fuzz which become a bigger than hit than Shaun achieving a UK gross of £20 million, it also made big stars of the 2 principle actors and director Wright.

This one completes the trilogy that has become known by the writers, Wright and Pegg, as the Cornetto trilogy, and is destined to be an even bigger hit.

I fully expect The Worlds End to be an even bigger hit, the two stars have been doing the press rounds and have been funny and likeable. A top place debut is very likely, although with Monsters University not doing that well last weekend because of the hot UK weather it might make that guarantee an uncertainty as Monsters could still rake in the audience, although the 2 films are pitched at a very different market.