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True Story 15 age rating
UK release date 17th July 2015
True Story

Directed by


Maria Dizzia
Ethan Suplee
Conor Kikot
Charlotte Driscoll
Stella Rae Payne
Robert John Burke
Byron Jennings
Gretchen Mol
Seth Barrish
Robert Stanton
Michael Countryman
Steve Routman
Genevieve Angelson
Adam Mucci
David Wilson Barnes
William Jackson Harper
Sam Rosen
Mara Hobel
David Pittu
Auden Thornton
Ngo Okafor
Uchenna Onuaguluchi
Maryann Plunkett
Joseph Harrell
Mike Houston
Kohl Sudduth
Rosemary Howard
Joel Marsh Garland
Daniel Sauli
Johanna Day
Peter Francis James
Edward James Hyland
Dana Eskelson
Mike Cannon
Georgia Ford
Rob Yang
John Sharian
Rightor Doyle
Loudon Wainwright III
Julie Sharbutt
Matt Dellapina
David Cale
Eleanor Hutchins
Rebecca Henderson
Jay Ferraro
Paula Raflo
Bob Angelini
Frank Bal
Kevin Cannon
Coy DeLuca
Dennis Duswalt
Catherine Goodman
Matthew Gooley
Peter Iasillo Jr.
Alexander Jameson
Phillip J. Lewis
Michael McFadden
Shawn Michael
Olan Montgomery
Leslie C. Nemet
Richie Noodles
Booch OConnell
Evie Paller
Nora Paller
Jacqueline Quinn
Alyssa Ruland
Nancy Ellen Shore
JP Vanderloo
Steven Weisz

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True Story

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
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UK Box Office Release Breakdown
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Highest chart position: 15

Weeks on box office: 1

UK Box Office Chart History
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17th Jul

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The reunion of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence is proving to be a good one as Bad Boys For Life remains at the top of the global charts for a second weekend while South Korean movie The Man Standing Next is the top new film of the week at number 5.

Bad Boys For Life

The cop buddy movie directed by Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah that was 17 years in the making remains at the top of the global box office this weekend with a gross of $76 Million from 59 countries.

This pushes the movies total global gross to $215.6 Million after 2 weeks of release.


Director Sam Mandes war movie sits at number 2 again this week as the movie makes $39.5 Million over the weekend from 31 countries.

As the film picks up more awards before the Oscars this puts the movies total global gross at $200 Million after 3 weeks.


Despite the slow start the Robert Downey Jr. starring movie is still at number 3 this week with a weekend take of $25.7 Million from 56 countries.

The film has now taken $91 Million after 3 weeks of release and will make over $100 Million in total in the coming days.

Jumanji: The Next Level

Hanging onto a place on the top 5 is the Dwayne Johnson starring movie with takes $17.5 Milion from 61 countries.

The film has now taken $737.4 Million over 8 weeks and altohugh will not go over the magic $1 Billion mark has performed well.

The Man Standing Next

The Man Standing Next

Based on a true story of the assassination of South Korean President Park the Woo Min-ho directed movie lands at number 5 with a weekend gross of $15.8 Million from a single country release.

Based on the true story of a group military wives who form a choir called The Military Wives Choirs the film has been given a 12A age rating by the BBFC in the UK.

Military Wives 12A Certificate

The Military Wives were a group brought together by British vocal couch Gareth Malone, the group had a Christmas number 1 single in 2011.

The movie stars Kristin Scott Thomas, Jason Flemyng and Sharon Horgan and is directed by Peter Cattaneo.

Comparisons will be made to the smash hit movie Calendar Girls from 2003 which went on to gross £20 Million in the UK.

The movie has been given a 12A rating by the BBFC for infrequent strong language, moderate sex references and has a runtime of 112 minutes (1 hour 42 minutes), the film was passed uncut.

It has a release date in the UK of 6th March 2020.

BBFC film info page

Avengers: Endgame continues on its path of world domination, and breaking box office records this week while it stops all in its path, yet again. Long Shot is the top new film entering the chart at 2 while there are 4 other new films on the top 10.

Long Shot

Avengers: Endgame

The Marvel film remains at the top of the global box office for a second weekend and in the process becomes the fastest film to break the $2 Billion milestone.

Only 4 other films have broken this mark, Avatar, Titanic, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Avengers: Infinity War, Endgame did it in 11 days!

The films weekend take is $428 million from 56 countries with a $2.2 Billion total gross, according to Gitesh Pandya from boxofficeguru.com (an excellent website) the film will pass Avatar's $2.7 Billion gross on or around May 20th on its way to a possible $3 Billion gross.

Incredibly the film is already the second highest grossing film of all time having just over taken Titanic.

Long Shot

Seth Rogan and Charlize Theron star in this romantic political comedy which is directed by Jonathan Levine.

The film lands at number 2 on its debut weekend of release with a gross of $13.3 million from 23 countries.


This dramatic true story directed by Nadine Labaki enters the global box office at number 3 this week with a gross of $13.1 million from 17 countries.

The Intruder

Another new entry at number 4 this week is this thriller starring Meagan Good and Dennis Quaid which takes $11 million over the weekend from a single country release.


Finally on the top 5 is this animated comedy which takes $9.4 million for 9 counties on its debut weekend.

Making his solo directorial debut Stephen Merchant takes his Fighting With My Family to the top of the UK box office on its debut weekend with The Aftermath also new at 6.

The Aftermath

Fighting With My Family

Based on a true story the film was produced by Dwayne Johnson who also appears in the film and makes its debut at the top with a weekend gross of just over £2 million.

This is a typical British feel good movie similar to The Full Monty or Four Wedding And A Funeral and should hang around for quite a while on the UK box office.

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

The brick movie falls from the top after 3 weeks with a gross of £1.4 million on its fourth weekend of release.

This brings the films total UK gross to £15.8 million which is about £11 million below that of the first movie at this stage of release.

Instant Family

Falling to 3 this week but still doing well is the Mark Wahlberg starring film which takes £1.1 million on its 3rd weekend, this pushes its total gross to a respectable £8 million.

How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

This third Dragon movie falls to 4 with a gross of £1.04 million pushing its total to £17.2 million, its still the highest grossing movie released in 2019.

Green Book

Winning the Best Film Oscar and Best Supporting Actor Oscar for Mahershala Ali has pushed this film back to number 5 with a weekend take of £737,659 taking its total gross to £7.4 million.

The Aftermath

Keira Knightley's new film makes its debut at 6 this week with an opening gross of £589,965.

The Favourite

An Oscar win for Olivia Coleman pushes this film up to number 11 this week with £287,797 taking its total to £16.2 million.

Bohemian Rhapsody

19 weeks in and the Queen bio-pic is at number 12, helped probably buy the 4 Oscars it picked up including one for star Rami Malek, a £278,829 weekend takes the film to £54.2 million and the 25th highest grossing film in the UK ever.

It was half term week in the UK and The second LEGO movie remained at the top for a third consecutive weekend keeping Instant Family and How To Train Your Dragon 3 to fight it out for second place in an almost static top 5.

Cold Pursuit

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

Remaining at the top of the UK box office for a third weekend the brick movie charmed audiences of the UK half term break to the tune of £2.4 million over the weekend.

The film make an incredible £6.6 million over the full week and its total gross in the UK is now £14 million.

Instant Family

Just about hanging on to the number 2 slot the Mark Wahlberg starring film takes £1.67 million over the weekend which boosts its total UK gross to a very respectable £6.4 million.

How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

Only just missing out on the number 2 slot the Dragon threequel has to make do with number 3 this week with a weekend total of £1.66 million.

On the plus side for the film with a total gross of £15.8 million it is now the highest grossing movie released in 2019.

Alita: Battle Angel

The Robert Rodriguez directed Manga live action movie remains at number 4 this week with £870,000 to boost its total UK gross to £7.7 million.

The Kid Who Would Be King

After a disappointing opening weekend last week the fantasy adventure jumps up to number 5 over the half term week to take £651.000 over the weekend.

Over the week the film actually took nearly £2 million which boosts the films total gross to nearly £2.6 million.

Cold Pursuit

Highest new film of the week is at 6, the Liam Neeson starring film makes a poor start to its chart career, maybe influenced by the comments the star made in the press run for the films.

The film debuted with a £631,000 opening weekend.

On The Basis Of Sex

Also new this week is the true story of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her fight for equal rights in the workplace which makes its debut at 8 with a gross of just shy of half a million pounds.

Bohemian Rhapsody

18 weeks in and the Queen bio-pic starring Rami Malek climbs the box office this week to number 10, its total UK gross is now £53.7 million.

The Favourite

The Olivia Coleman starring movie is at number 12 this week with a total UK gross of £15.6 million.