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xXx No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

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2002
15
124 minutes (2 hours 04 minutes)
18th October
xXx

Directed by

Rob Cohen

Starring

Asia Argento
Marton Csokas
Samuel L. Jackson
Michael Roof
Richy Müller
Werner Daehn
Petr Jákl
Jan Filipenský
Tom Everett
Danny Trejo
Thomas Ian Griffith
Eve
Leila Arcieri
William Hope
Ted Maynard
David Asman
Joe Bucaro III
Chris Gann
Martin Hub
Radek Tomecka
Mary-Pat Green
Tanner Gill
Scott Waugh
Václav Chalupa
Martina Smuková
TeeJay Boyce
Tony Hawk
Mat Hoffman
Brian Deegan
Mike Vallely
Mike Escamilla
Rob Wells
Rick Thorne
Carey Hart
W. Colin McKay
Jason Ellis
Marek Vasut
Lubos Pospísil
Ivo Niederle
Vitezslav Bouchner
Esteban Cueto
Martin Bárta
Martina Bauerová
Rich Wilkes
F. Valentino Morales
Leonard L. Thomas
Ivan Rueda
Joshua Montero
Armando Cantina
Roman Matrka
Alena Cihalikova
Richard Kruspe
Paul Landers
Till Lindemann
Flake Lorenz
Oliver Riedel
Christoph Schneider
Paul Hartnoll
Phil Hartnoll
Michal Müller
Paul Aulicino
James Babson
Leslie Berger
Rob Cohen
Olga Lounová
Monty W. Maxwell
Frank Mercuri
Jerry Michael
Rob Roy
Christopher Eric Ruiz
Josh Todd

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Movie details
UK total gross
£11,414,450
515
xXx
516

US total gross
$142,109,382
371
xXx

Global total gross
$277,448,382
509
xXx

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Popular in: Spain and United Kingdom

Box Office Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 6

Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£3,435,891
£3,435,891
1▲▼
£2,044,850
£7,257,854
2
£1,124,457
£9,496,161
3
£622,994
£10,509,978
4
£442,154
£11,225,740
10
£92,261
£11,414,450
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