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Wonder General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children. A PG film should not unsettle a child aged around eight or older. Unaccompanied children of any age may watch, but parents are advised to consider whether the content may upset younger, or more sensitive, children.

BBFC


2017
UK release date Released: 1st December 2017  |  BBFC Age Rating:  PG
Wonder

Directed by

Stephen Chbosky

Starring

Actor
Character
Jacob Tremblay
Izabela Vidovic
Mark Dozlaw
Rukiya Bernard
Jennifer March
Mandy Patinkin
Noah Jupe
Bryce Gheisar
Elle McKinnon
Daveed Diggs
Ty Consiglio
Kyle Breitkopf
James A Hughes
J. Douglas Stewart
Millie Davis
Ali Liebert
Joseph Gordon
Cameron Roberts
Danielle Rose Russell
Erika McKitrick
Nadji Jeter
Ben Ratner
Jason McKinnon
Izzy Lieberman
Hannah Hoberman
Michael Alan Healy
Sonia Braga
Nicole Oliver
Emily Delahunty
Lucia Thain
Sasha Neuhaus
Rachel Hayward
Callahan Brebner
Caleb Gordon
Grayson Maxwell Gurnsey
Emily Giannozio
Haley Goldin
Maccie Margaret Chbosky
Victoria V. Cruz
Crystal Lowe
Steve Bacic
Jason Tremblay
William Dickinson
Emma Tremblay
Armen Bagdasarov
Lidya Jewett
Kaelyn Breitkopf
Gidget
Alyssa Andronyk
Jacqueline Burrows
Ann Evans
Abigail Friend
Alexander Killam
Alora Killam
Lily Killam
Kasey Lee
Razvan Orban
Andre Robinson
Elayna Sing
Amber Snow
Brayden Snow
Dallas Snow
Justin Snow
Kayzhia Snow
Kari Staten
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£4,630,123
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US total gross
$132,422,809
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Global total gross
$305,937,718
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UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: PG
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UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 3

Weeks on box office: 6

UK Box Office Chart History
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£1,240,245
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£742,687
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£4,020,151
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£160,396
£4,294,199
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£167,054
£4,630,123
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As predicted with the surge in COVID-19 cases in the US, the big movie of the holiday season, Wonder Woman 1984, will debut on steaming and cinema on the same day.

The Patty Jenkins directed movie will get the duel release in the US with no word yet on if the Boxing Day release in the UK is changing or a streaming option will be in place as well.

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The movie has been changed from earlier in 2020 to later in 2020 a couple of time finally settling for a Christmas release.

With COVID-19 cases on the increase in the US and the UK on a lockdown until early December Warner Bros. have decided to dual release it.

With a vaccine almost imminent this could be perhaps the last big film to get this type of release, altohugh with Universal seemingly a fan of short release windows who know, but thats a story for another day.

Can we say cinemas as we know and love it has died yet?

**UPDATE** It looks like the UK release has been brought forward and will be released in cinemas on December 16th.

It's Friday 13th November 2020 and there are a couple of new film released in the UK and where available looking to hit the box office.

After last weekends top movie, The Three Kings got to number 1 in an odd roundabout sort of way can it be replaced this weekend?

The Last Shift

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  • Andrew Cohn also directed Danny Brown Live At The Majestic in 2018.
  • It stars Richard Jenkins who last starred in Kajillionaire (2020).
  • The film also stars Shane Paul McGhie who last appeared in After We Collided (2020).

Hillbilly Elegy

Hillbilly Elegy
  • This new release stars Amy Adams who's last film was The Woman In The Window (2020)
  • It also stars Glenn Close who appeared in The Wife (2018).
  • The film is brought to us by veteran director Ron Howard.

Love Spreads

  • The movie is directed by Jamie Adams who directed A Wonderful Christmas Time in 2014.
  • It stars Alia Shawkat and Eiza Gonz├ílez.

Billie

  • Also this week there is Billie from director James Erskine who also directed Pantani The Accidental Death Of A Cyclist in 2014.
  • The film features Billie Holiday in starring roles.

A Place Among The Dead

  • The long list of new releases continues with A Place Among The Dead which is directed by Juliet Landau which is a directorial debut.
  • It stars Juliet Landau and Gary Oldman.

Check back on Monday to see what new movies made it onto the Weekend Box Office Chart.

Next weeks there are 3 new movies

  • Ashens And The Polybius Heist, Thursday, 19th November
  • The Kid Detective, Friday, 20th November
  • Another Round, Friday, 20th November

Due to restriction enforcement in England set by the Government due to large increases in COVID-19 cases cinemas in the UK will be closing their doors for the second time in 2020 from November 5th.

The restrictions, at the moment, are to be set in place until 2nd December, but there is every possibility that when it comes to public places like shops, bars and yes cinemas, it will take a bit longer to open up.

This means that there will likely be no box office to report in the coming weeks, and the reopening which could take a couple of weeks, will be slow with very few blockbuster film released.

Which films is this going to effect? It has been mainly small indie film which have enjoyed the exposure over the last couple of months, and in the coming week there were no sizeable film scheduled.

Free Guy

Ryan Reynolds next movie Free Guy is coming on 11th December, things may have re-opened by a week by then but this could be sent to 2021, also there is every possibility that it could see a digital release

On the 18th of December there is Death On The Nile from Kenneth Branagh, which may see a schedule change and just as easily it could go direct to streaming.

Coming 2 America has been sold to Amazon Prime and will make its debut on that platform around the same time frame.

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Wonder Woman 1984 is the next big blockbuster due for release and there is every possibility that this will be pushed to spring 2021 , altohugh if this happens then there will be another round of schedule changes as we have Raya And The Last Dragon, Morbius and the much delayed No Time To Die all set around to debut around Spring.

Its yet another blow for the cinema industry and with many major companies already struggling how many closures can cinemas handle before going down.

Streaming is not the way most people want to see big blockbusters, but we also want to feel safe when we go out to enjoy a new movie, time will tell but lets hope this closure controls the virus and cinemas make the necessary safety measures so we can enjoy what could be a blockbuster packed 2021.

Sony have announced that the release date of Ghostbusters: Afterlife is moving to June 11th 2021, in other schedule change news Candyman is now set for am August 27th 2021 release.

There will be a time when a movies release date wont change, other than the odd film here and there, but the world needs to control the COVID-19 pandemic first so cinemas can open safely for their customers.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife

The change for the next Ghostbusters film is not too bad only shifting by a couple of months unlike many recent changes which have moved anything from 12 - 19 months.

For Candyman at least when the removed it from its previous October opening they didn't set a new date so the new August 27th release is news.

There is a suspicion that there will be more changes to come, Wonder Woman 1984 currently set for 25th/26th December 2020 a likely candidate, so keep with 25thframe.co.uk for up to the minute news.

After Warner Bros. announced earlier Monday that Dune was moving from December 2020 to 1st October 2021, the same day as The Batman, it was only a matter of time until they moved the Robert Pattinson starring movie.

The Batman has now been moved to 4th March 2022, 18 month from now, that is a hell of a wait.

The Batman rescheduled

The movies production has been hit quite hard with COVID-19 including star Pattinson coming down with the virus.

Also on the move is The Martrix 4 which is yet to get a full title, the movie starring Keanu Reeves is now set for Christmas 2021 while further down the line The Flash is set for November 2022 and Shazam 2 moves to June 2023!

No doubt more changes are to come, Warner Bros. still have Wonder Woman 1984 set for Christmas 2020, what are the odds for that changing?

The Batman