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Little Women

Directed by


Meg March
Amy March
Beth March
Marmee March
Theodore 'Laurie' Laurence
Aunt March
Tracy Letts
Mr. Dashwood
Bob Odenkirk
Mr. March
James Norton
John Brooke
Louis Garrel
Friedrich Bhaer
Chris Cooper
Mr. Laurence
Jayne Houdyshell
Mason Alban
Friedrich's Friend
Rafael Silva
Friedrich's Friend
Emily Edstrom
Friedrich's Friend
Maryann Plunkett
Mrs. Kirke
Hadley Robinson
Sallie Gardiner Moffatt
Lonnie Farmer
Concord Sales Clerk
Charlotte Kinder
Ana Kayne
Edgar Damatian
Jo's Beer Hall Dance Partner
Erin Rose
Girl at Ballroom #1
Lizzie Short
Girl at Ballroom #2
Dash Barber
Fred Vaughn
Edward Fletcher
Laurence's Servant
Sasha Frolova
Mrs. Hummel
David J. Curtis
Train Porter
Harper Pilat
School Girl #1
Eowyn Young
School Girl #2
Lucy Austin
School Girl #3
Bill Mootos
Mr. Davis
Lewis D. Wheeler
Josiah Workman
Jen Nikolaisen
Evelyn Meriwether
Abby Quinn
Annie Moffat
Lilly Englert
Kate Vaughn
J.M. Davis
Susan Robbins
Tom Kemp
Asa Melvin
Daniel Shea
Soldier With Telegram
Anthony Estrella
Adrianne Krstansky
Mrs. Dashwood
Sophia Gialloreto
Dashwood Girl
Lily Gavin
Dashwood Girl
Finola Weller Baldet
Dashwood Girl
Flannery Gregg
Beer Hall Dancer
Tony Tucker
Beer Hall Dancer
Joanne Caidor
Beer Hall Dancer
Rosario Guillen
Beer Hall Dancer
Margaret Clinton Weeks
Beer Hall Dancer
Alexander Jimenez
Beer Hall Dancer
Natalie Kurzava
Beer Hall Dancer
J. Michael Winward
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Adrian Hoffman
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Stephen Tracey Ursprung
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Tyler Catanella
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Jenna Pollack
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Meghan Hornblower
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Elizabeth Dunn
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Danielle Pastuszak
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Shawn Fitzgerald Ahern
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Ellen Oliver
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Haley Grove
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Sydney Grant
Gardiner Ball Dancer
Sayer Mansfield
Moffat Ball Dancer
Jen Passios
Moffat Ball Dancer
Juliana Utz
Moffat Ball Dancer
Justin Genna
Moffat Ball Dancer
Mathew Steele
Moffat Ball Dancer
Preston Martin
Moffat Ball Dancer
Taylor Jorgensen
Moffat Ball Dancer
Nicholas Deyo
Moffat Ball Dancer
Preston Martin
Moffat Ball Dancer
Nathan Scarpaci
Ballroom Party Server
Brian Anastasio
NYC Pedestrian / Horse / Beer Hall / Theater Goer
Domenic Arduino
Paris Ballroom Guest
Gary Ayash
Theatre Patron
Ryan Baker
Young Boy Going Off To War
Jared Beaulieu
Theater Patron
Thomas J Berry
Train Patron / Theater Goer
Kristina Byerley
King Girl
Mikayla S. Campbell
Ballroom Party Guest
Kayla Caulfield
Party Guest
Stevie Costa
Bar Patron
Ned Daly
Passenger in train station
Alexander Davis
Paris Ballroom Dancer
Adam Desautels
NYC Theater Goer / Beer Hall Patron
Stephan F Feeley
Rough Man
Jamie Ghazarian
NYC theater goer
Derek P. Hixon
New York City Pedestrian / Beer Hall Patron
Ken Holmes
New York City Pedestrian / Beer Hall Patron
Anthony Houhoulis
New Yorker
Mark E. Johnson
NYC Pedestrian / Theatergoer
Yair Koas
NYC Pedestrian
Sasha Kuznetsova
Party Guest
James J. LaBonte
Ballroom Guest
Ally Looney
Rob Levesque
Wealthy Church Goer
Tom Mariano
Police Officer
Robert Marsella
Laurence Butler
Katie Massie
Girl in Ballroom
Laura Mazziotti
Parisian Woman
Valerie McGowan
Train Passenger
Jason Mulcahy
Vaudeville Villain
Holt Murray
Head Barman
Lily Narbonne
Ballroom Party Guest
Cassidy Neal
Beer Hall Patron
Katie Novak
Gardiner Ball Guest
Robert Oliva
NYC Street / Upscale Theatergoer
Nefertara Ozella
Beer Hall Girl / NYC Pedestrian
Bobbie Peterson
Parisian Passerby
Lily Peterson
Parisian Girl
Jared Reinfeldt
Ned Moffat
Grant Rosado
Ballroom Party Guest
Amber Leanne Rothberg
Young Meg
Harold Rudolph
Hotel Staff
Bill Salvatore
Upscale NYC Pedestrian / Upscale NYC Theatergoer
Scott Sederquist
Train Station Passenger
Yefim Somin
NYC Street Photographer, Theater Goer, Beer Hall Patron
David Arthur Sousa
Ballroom Guest
Tom Stratford
Friedrichs Mate
Alexandria Tait
Paris Promenade Patron
Adam Teper
Printing Press Worker
Brian Tobin
Parisian Ballroom Guest
Mauricio Viteri
New York Pedestrian / Ball Room Bar Goer
Ian Wallace
Moffat Bachelor
Shea Whitehead
Ballroom Party Guest
Taryn Wieland
Concord Townswoman
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 134 minutes (2 hrs 14 mins)
UK release date Released: 26th December 2019
 BBFC Age Rating:  U age rating
US release date Released: 25th December 2019
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27th April 2020
I was disappointed that Saoirse Ronan didn't win the Oscar she deserved for her outstanding performance in this fantastic movie.
Larry Wyse
28th December 2019
Lovely film with strong performances and lovingly directed by Greta Gerwig that could and should bring Oscars.
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UK BBFC Certificate: U
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UK Box Office Release Breakdown
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Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 8

UK Box Office Chart History
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In a year which saw a worrying trend of movies not getting a theatrical release due to the global pandemic that hit the world in 2020 its unsure if the industry will recover as studios see big returns for movies on streaming services rather than box office returns.

The biggest grossing movie in the UK for the year is 1917 from director Sam Mandes which was released in January and has not been challenged all year as movies after March had no chance of making a substantial box office return.

The two movies which tried the most were Tenet released in August and did manage to become the 5th top movie of the year and Wonder Woman 1984 which although released in December, after many release changes, was hit by another UK lockdown which has massively impacted its box office potential.

Of the top 5 movies in the UK 2 of them were released in 2019 and 2 of them released in early 2020 with Tenet being the other.


Worth of a mention is that apart from Tenet which is the top movie in the pandemic era sleeper hit After We Collided which was released in early September is the 20th top movie of the year with a total gross of £4 Million, a great achievement in the current market.

Also worthy of a mention is the success the Disney/Pixar movie Onward had at the box office, it was the top movie of the week in March when cinemas closed, then the movie continued to top the box office when cinemas re-opened in July despite already being available on Disney+, the movie is the 12 top movie of 2020 with £7.5 Million.

With a vaccine not hitting the UK in late 2020 the first part of 2021 might be slow for cinemas as well, but providing they can survive once we hit spring it is hopeful doors will start to open again and capacity can return to normal and the box office can start properly once more.

Here is a break down of the top 5 movies in the UK for 2020.



Released in January of 2020 the single shot Oscar nominated movie took £43.7 Million by mid March when cinemas shut down.

The film took a total gross of £43.9 Million by the end of 2020 and is the top movie of the year.

Sonic The Hedgehog

After a troubled first showing of Sonic when the lead character was redesign at the request of the fans, the movie was delayed to mid February 2020 where it took just nuder five million pound on its opening weekend.

After a five week run the Jim Carey starring movie had taken £19 Million and then after cinemas re-opened it's total UK gross rose to £19.2 Million.

Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker

Released at the very end of 2019 the JJ Abrams directed, last of the Skywalker sega, took £29.4 Million during its release year.

The movie continued to pull in audiences on 2020 and took another £18.8 Million until the end of January.

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Released on the last weekend of 2019 where is took £3.5 Million the movie continued to do well into 2020 where it took an extra £17.5 Million until mid February.


After getting its original release date moved to 28th August the movie was to be the saviour of cinema after 4 month of closures to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

Despite much criticism for Warner Bros. releasing the movie when not all cinemas had reopened and capacity was limited the movie spend 13 weeks on the chart taking £17.5 Million and scraped its way into the top 5 movies of 2020.

At the UK box office this weekend, Friday, 14th August 2020, there are 3 new releases looking to take your attention at the local multiplex and knock Unhinged from the top of the UK box office.


First up at cinemas this week is Babyteeth,

  • The movie is from director Shannon Murphy who is directing for the first time.
  • It stars Ben Mendelsohn who last starred in Spies In Disguise (2019).
  • The film also stars Eliza Scanlen who last appeared in Little Women (2019).



Next on this weeks new release schedule is Pinocchio.

  • This new release stars Federico Ielapi who is making a feature film debut
  • It also stars Roberto Benigni who appeared in To Rome With Love (2012).
  • The film is brought to us by veteran director Matteo Garrone.


Next up this week is Spree

  • The movie is directed by Eugene Kotlyarenko and is their directorial debut.
  • It stars Joe Keery and Sasheer Zamata.

Check back on Monday to see if these new releases enter the UK Weekend Box Office Chart.

Next weeks there is 1 new movie

  • The One And Only Ivan - Friday, 21st August

Sonic The Hedgehog gets a physical and digital to own release and tops the home entertainment charts taking a massive leap in the process, top new film is Emma at number 17!

Here is a rundown of the top 5 home entertainment charts this week.

Sonic The Hedgehog

The speedy blue hedgehog tops the home entertainment chart making a leap from number 37 on its 10th week of release, it is available to own this week.

Despite the original controversy when the original trailer was release the film was a big box office hit in mid February when it was release, it hit the top on its debut with £4 Million.

The movie then spent 5 weeks on the box office before cinemas closed and took £18 Million during that time.


Sam Mendes World War movie is bouncing around the home entertainment charts and this week goes back to number 2 on its 6th week.


Falling from its debut position at the top last week the Robert Downey Jr. movie falls to number 3 on its second week of release.


Pixar movies have always done well on the home entertainment front and their latest is no exception, it falls to number 4 this week, its 6th week of release.


The Vin Diesel starring movie also goes from early access to physical and digital owned this week and makes a leap from 28 to number 5 in the process on its 5th weekend of release.



The top new movie of the week is at number 17, the Jane Austen novel adaptation hit movie theatres mid February taking £7 Million over 5 weeks of release.

Here is the top 10 home entertainment chart 17th - 23rd June 2020.

  1. Sonic The Hedgehog
  2. 1917
  3. Dolittle
  4. Onward
  5. Bloodshot
  6. bad Boys For Life
  7. Jumanji: The Next Level
  8. Little Women
  9. Frozen II
  10. Cats

Cinemas across the globe are starting to re-open and a trickle of figures are starting to emerge, and before we get an official global box office lets take a look at what still doing well across the globe.

These figure and generated from various sources and collaborations and are the closest we can get to an global top 10 during the ongoing pandemic, these charts by their nature are fluid and change as the week goes on, we will change this report to reflect the changes.

Here is a look at this week top 5.

The Invisible Man

Led by drive-in theatres in the US the Blumhouse Productions horror movie is still doing well across the globe despite being available on VOD for a couple of months now.

The movie take $450K this week and has taken $129 Million global since first released 15 weeks ago.

The Real Exorcist

The Japanese film has been around for a few weeks now on the charts from Japan and this week tops the charts in that teretory and is at number 2 on the global charts with $397k.

The film has a global total gross of $4.3 Million after 5 weeks of release.

Little Women~2019

Greta Gerwigs adaptation movie spends another week on the global box office and sits at number 3 this week with $384K pushing its global total to $214.6 Million.

Trolls World Tour

Despite being made available on VOD day and date with a theatrical release the animated sequel is at number 3 this week with $348K for a total gross of $3.3 Million.

Jumanji: The Next Level

Despite being released at the tail end of December the sequel movie starring Dwayne Johnson is still doing well in theatres and this week takes $327K pushings its total gross to $805.2 Million.



No big new films are being released at the moment with the first being Mulan on 24th July (at the moment) which gives this low budget movie a change to be the top new film of the weekend with a debut gross of $160K from American drive in theatres.

As movie theatres remain closed the home video and streaming charts remain the only was to consume movies and this week Bad Boys For Life falls hard from the top as Dolittle makes its debut on pole position.

Here is a deeper look at the top 5 movies on home entertainment this week.


The Robert Downey Jr. starring vehicle was met with a lot of criticism on release in early February but the movie turned into a sizeable hit at the Uk box office landing at number 1 on its debut with £5 Million.

It did fall to number 3 on its second weekend but during half-term it rebounded to number 2 and became a box office hit taking £15.8 Million over 6 weeks and only stopped its run because of the cinema closures.


Pixars latest hit may have had a shortened run but it is doing well in the home and this weeks rebounds back to number 2 on its 5th week.


The smash hit war movie which is the biggest box office film of the year so far falls to number 3 on its 5th weekend of release.



The Oscar winning movie from director Bong Joon Ho became the highest grossing foreign language film in the UK during its 7 week box office run.

The film was released early February in the UK and landed at number 4 on the box office with £1.4 Million on its way to £12 Million.

Bad Boys For Life

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence fall to number 5 this week from the top spot on their 4th week of release.

Here is the full top 10 home entertainment chart this week.

  1. Dolittle
  2. Onward
  3. 1917
  4. Parasite
  5. Bad Boys For Life
  6. Cats
  7. Little Women
  8. Frozen II
  9. Underwater
  10. Jumanji: The Next Level