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W.

2008
W.
Directed by
Oliver Stone
Starring
Colin Hanks
Toby Jones
Dennis Boutsikaris
Jeffrey Wright
Scott Glenn
Richard Dreyfuss
Bruce McGill
Wes Chatham
Jesse Bradford
Sean Stone
Ben Mayer
James Cromwell
Juan Gabriel Pareja
Shea Lewis
Randal Reeder
Marley Shelton
Litt Martin
James Ron Parker
Michael Gaston
Keenan Harrison Brand
Ellen Burstyn
Jason Ritter
Bryan Massey
Noah Wyle
Bill Jenkins
Brent Sexton
Jonathan Breck
Jenny Shakeshaft
Jonna Juul-Hansen
Elizabeth Banks
Paul Rae
David Born
John Buffalo Mailer
James Martin Kelly
William Lanier
Stacy Keach
Gregory Alan Williams
Jon Michael Davis
Andrew Sensenig
Gabriela Ostos
Lisa Fairchild
Paul T. Taylor
Halley Rachal
Dottie McWhiney
Ronan Summers
John Neisler
Charles Fathy
Jim Garrity
Anne Pressly
Randall Newsome
Jewel Williams
Oscar Contreras
Tom Kemp
Teresa Cheung
Brad Sham
Michael C. Mike Allen
Kristin Barnhart
Amanda Bosley
McIntyre Bridges
Dane Brown
Bruce Bryant
Patrick Michael Carney
Hillary Rodham Clinton
Trent Dee
Lacey Ford
Chris Freihofer
Terry Boyd Gamble
Mike Gassaway
Jude Gavi
Jeff Gibbs
Mark A. Hernandez
Saddam Hussein
Don Kress
Jimmy Lee Jr.
Madison Mason
John McCain
Lee Ann McDade
John Gibson Miller
Richard Myers
Ashley-Anne Parker
Matthew Ramsaur
Sean M. Sellers
Matt Sigloch
James W. Spradling II
Bill Stinchcomb
Taylor Treadwell
Jonathan Tripp
Chuck Vail
W. Douglas Waterfield
Drew Waters
Brent Weisner
Tucker Wells
Steven E. Williams
Rodney Wiseman
Johnny Wright
Scott Yarnell
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Movie details
UK total gross
£764,411
3357
3358
W.
3359

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Box Office
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 6

Weeks on box office: 2

Box Office History
Date
Place
Week
Total
6N
£367,512
£367,512
12
£183,065
£764,411