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Highest chart position: 2
Weeks on box office: 6
14th June 2019
Spider-Man: Far From Home has the web-slinger traveling to Europe and has been given a 12A age rating on the UK.
The film follows on with the aftermath of Avengers: Endgame still on Peter parkers mind, but he cant dwell for too long as Nick Fury is needing him to step up to the mark.
Teamed up with Jake Gyllenhaal's Mysterio things wont be quite as they seem.
The film has been given a 12A certificate by the BBFC in the UK for moderate fantasy violence, threat, sex references, language and it has an official runtime of 129 minutes (2 hours 9 minutes) and it is released on 2nd July.
SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME (12A) moderate fantasy violence, threat, sex references, language https://t.co/NfcpRZHjBw— BBFC (@BBFC) June 13, 2019
16th January 2019
The first major trailer of 2019 is here as Marvel/Disney release the first glimpse of Spider-Man Far From Home.
The trailer sees Peter Parker and his gang go to Europe on a school trip where things go wrong and Spider-Man is needed, thats all we get from the trailer really.
we also get to see Jon Favreau as Happy, Marisa Tomei as Aunt May and Jake Gyllenhaal Mysterio, we also get to see Samual L. Jackson as Nick Fury who actually steals the trailer.
There is also a new poster for the movie, you can check them both out below.
16th August 2017
Christopher Nolan's War epic Dunkirk makes it an incredible 4 weeks at the top of the UK charts leaving Annabelle Creation to make its debut at number 2.
With a less than 50% drop in weekend grosses to £2.6 million Dunkirk has had an incredible journey so far at the box office, especially as the big money was on Annabelle taking the top spot this week.
This has brought the war dramas total gross in the UK to £ 44.7 million and it is now easily the second top grossing film of 2017, it won't get to the top as Beauty and The Beast is on £77.3 million.
The sequel and spin off series Annabelle Creation makes its debut at number 2, the film is a sequel to Annabelle but is part of the Conjuring series of films.
The aggressive marketing push has given the film a £1.9 million opening weekend, this is almost identical to the original film which went on to gross £7 million in the UK.
Also new this week is Atomic Blonde at number 3 with £8 million and The Nut Job 2 Nutty by Nature at number 10 with just over £354 thousand.
Longest run on the box office is Baby Driver which has been around for 7 weeks now while the top grossing film this week is Dunkirk.
A year ago
Suicide Squad remained at the top for a second weekend while the top new film was Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates right down at 5.
Five years ago
Ted stayed at the top of the box office while the top new film was Step Up 4 Miami Heat which was new at 3.
Ten years ago
Rush Hour 3 was the top new film of the week making its debut at number 1, it knocked The Simpsons Movie down to number 2.
Fifteen years ago
Men in Black II remained at the top for a second weekend with the top new film Eight Legged Freaks making its debut at 3.
Twenty years ago
Men In Black was the top film again while the top new film was Grosse Point Blank at number 4.
Twenty five years ago
Far and Away remained the top film for a second, there were no new films this week twenty five years ago!
11th August 2014
14 years after their first appearance on the big screen the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are back and dominating the box office.
In a surprise move the Turtles stormed the box office beating expectation and knocking last weeks top film Guardians of the Galaxy from the top spot.
The Turtles took a $65 million (including Thursday night previews) over it's debut weekend, making it one of the biggest August debuts, it's a boon a good year for August debuts with Guardians breaking the record last week.
Guardians of the Galaxy fell to number 2 this week, taking $42 million for the weekend it has not made $176 million in the US after 2 weeks of release.
Also hitting the US box office are:
Into The Storm - number 3 with $18 million
The Hundred-Foot Journey - at number 4 with $11 million
Step up 5 All In - number 6 with $6.5 million