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Magic Mike 2012 No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

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Magic Mike
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 110 minutes (1 hrs 50 mins)
Georgia release date Georgia release: 28th June 2012
UK release date UK release: 11th July 2012
 BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating
US release date US release: 29th June 2012
MPAA Age Rating: R
US total gross
  $113.7 Million
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Channing Tatum has confirmed via Twitter that a Magic Mike 3, (called Magic Mike's Last Dance?) is in the works with Steven Soderbergh returning as director.

Steven Soderbergh directed the first movie, Magic Mike in 2012 which starred Tatum and Matthew McConaughey and took just over £8 Million in the UK.

There was a sequel in 2015, Magic Mike XXL, which was directed by Gregory Jacobs and although McConaughey didn't return Tatum did, the movie took £6 Million in the UK.

This means this movie will most like complete a trilogy, and maybe we'll get McConaughey back even if for a cameo.

The movie is being written by Reid Carolin as showing in the script cover in the Tweet.

No more information is given other than by the looks of things it will be released on HBO Max as well as the possibility of a theatrical release.

The last in the trilogy of Planet of The Apes prequel movies opens at the top of the Uk box office this week knocking Spider-Man Homecoming off after just a single week.

War For The Planet of The Apes which stars Woody Harrelson and Any Serkis hits the top with a weekend gross of £7.1 million, a very good gross for a critically praised film.

The trilogy of films has been constant on its debut and this does better than Rise but not quite at good as Dawn's £8 million debut.

With this in mind I'd expect this to end its run in the £30 million region.

Spider-Man Homecoming falls to number 3 this week leapfrogging over Despicable Me 3 by the tightest of margins with a £3.7 million weekend.

This brings the films total gross to £16 million after 10 days of release and is looking set to match the first Spider-Man film from 2002.

Despicable Me at number 2 took £3.8 million and has now grossed £26 million from 3 weekends of release.

For the Monday - Sunday week the top film would have been Spider-Man with a £7.4 million weekly gross with Apes second and Despicable Me 3 third.

For the third weekend running The Boss Baby is the longest running film with 15 weeks and the highest grossing with £28 million.

Historical charts

A year ago
This time last year expectations were high when the rebooted Ghostbusters hit the top on its debut knocking off The Secret Life of Pets after 3 weeks on top.

Five years ago
Ice Age: Continental Drift stayed on top for a third week while the top new film was Magic Mike at number 3.

Ten years ago
It was a rare summer release for Harry Potter as Harry Potter and The Order of The Phoenix hit the top on its debut knocking Shrek The Third down to 2.

Fifteen years ago
Scooby Doo was the top film of the week making its debut while Minority Report fell to number 2 after a week on top.

Twenty years ago
Batman and Robin stayed on top for a third weekend with the top new film Murder at 1600 landing at 3.

Twenty five years ago
Batman Returns was the top film of the week landing at number 1 on its debut while The Player fell to number 2 after 2 weeks on top.

A new number one enters the UK video chart this week in the shape of Disney/Mavels Ant-Man.

Ant-Man was released at the UK box office on 17th July 2015, it entered the box office at the top of the chart with a gross of £4 million.

The film only spent 6 week on the chart but spent another 10 weeks at UK cinemas outside the chart.

In total the film grossed £16.3 million in the UK making it the 264th highest grossing UK film, world wide it grossed $518.5 million and it the 138th top film.

Inside Out fell from the top to number 2 this week.

Also new this week is Magic Mike XXL at number 6 and little known film Joe and Casper Hit The Road at number 15.

The summer is over and so comes to an end the summer blockbuster season where the big money for films is made.

As with many years sequels and series is where the big money is and leading the way in 2015 is the return of the Jurassic Dinosaur series after 14 years away in the form of Jurassic World.

Jurassic World took £63.6 million over the summer and will probably end up being the top film of the year as well, although there is still one film which may burst its bubble.

Animation scores big again this year and the second and third biggest movies are Minions which takes £44 million and Pixar's return Inside Out which has taken £30.6 million to date.

This years sequel to Avengers Assemble may not have made the numbers that Disney were hoping but it still did very well and is the 4th top film of the summer with £30 million.

Rounding out the top 5 is a bit of a surprise with Mad Max Fury Road taking £17.1 million, the return to the Mad Max world after 30 years proving a hit with critics and the public alike.

Biggest losers of the season are Terminator Genisys which didn't excite a modern audience, Ted 2 which simple didn't bring on the laughs of the original and Magic Mike XXL which didn't live up to the erotic expectations of its core market.

Check out all the top summer films at the UK box office.

There is no moving the little yellow Minions from the top of the world box office this week despite strong competition from Marvels Ant-Man.

The Minions held their own with a weekly gross of $116.4 million from 57 countries, it's world gross now sits at a very healthy $625.5 million.

Ant-Man flies into second poisons on its first week of release and takes an excellent $114.4 million from just 38 countries.

From just 2 countries Monster Hunt takes an incredible $72 million and sits at number 3 while Jian Bing Man takes $61 million from just a single country.

The full world top 10 looks like this:

  1. Minions - $116,444,705
  2. Ant-Man - $114,440,000
  3. Monster Hunt - $72,000,000
  4. Jian Bing Man - $61,000,000
  5. Inside Out - $32,960,000
  6. Trainwreck - $30,237,850
  7. Terminator Genisys - $27,600,000
  8. Jurassic World - $23,661,465
  9. Monkey King: Hero Is Back - $22,500,000
  10. Magic Mike XXL - $10,300,000

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