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Toy Story A U film should be suitable for audiences aged four years and over, although it is impossible to predict what might upset any particular child.

U films should be set within a positive framework and should offer reassuring counterbalances to any violence, threat or horror. If a work is particularly suitable for pre-school children, this will be indicated in the ratings info.

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Toy Story

Directed by

John Lasseter

Starring

Actor
Character
Buzz Lightyear
Don Rickles
Mr. Potato Head
Jim Varney
Slinky Dog
Wallace Shawn
Rex
John Ratzenberger
Hamm
John Morris
Andy
Erik von Detten
Sid
Laurie Metcalf
Mrs. Davis
R. Lee Ermey
Sergeant
Sarah Freeman
Hannah
Penn Jillette
TV Announcer
Jack Angel
Shark / Rocky Gibraltar
Spencer Aste
Wounded Soldier
Greg Berg
Local Announcer
Lisa Bradley
Kid
Kendall Cunningham
Kid
Debi Derryberry
Aliens / Pizza Planet Announcer
Cody Dorkin
Kid
Bill Farmer
Monotone Announcer
Craig Good
Mission Control
Gregory Grudt
Kid
Danielle Judovits
Burned Rag Doll
Sam Lasseter
Kid
Brittany Levenbrown
Kid
Sherry Lynn
Mom
Scott McAfee
Kid
Mickie McGowan
Sid's Mom
Ryan ODonohue
Kid
Jeff Pidgeon
Aliens / Robot / Mr. Spell
Patrick Pinney
Pizza Delivery Guy / Angry Driver #2
Phil Proctor
Pizza Planet Announcer / Pizza Planet Guard
Jan Rabson
Gas Station Attendant
Joe Ranft
Lenny the Binoculars
Andrew Stanton
Commercial Chorus
Shane Sweet
Kid
Anthony Burch
Kid
Nenad Cvetko
Rex
John Lasseter
Commercial Chorus #1
Branko Menicanin
Krumpiroslav (Mr. Potatohead)
Kresimir Mikic
Woody
Luka Peros
Bojnik (Sergeant)
Ernie Sabella
Pumbaa
Ranko Zidaric
Buzz Svjetlosni (Buzz Lightyear)
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Year: 1996
 81 minutes (1 hrs 21 mins)
UK release date UK release: 22nd March 1996
 BBFC Age Rating:  U age rating
US release date US release: 22nd November 1995
MPAA Age Rating: Toy Story G age rating 
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£35,230,449
103
Toy Story
104

US total gross
$223,225,679
160
Toy Story

Global total gross
$404,992,656
295
Toy Story
UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: U
Genres
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 33

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
Toy Story
1N
£5,335,800
£5,335,800
1▲▼
£3,160,900
£8,496,700
1▲▼
£2,820,948
£11,317,648
3
£1,690,283
£13,007,931
2
£1,298,175
£14,306,106
3
£1,218,175
£15,524,281
2
£1,072,725
£16,597,006
4
£1,132,725
£17,729,731
3
£1,230,094
£18,959,825
2
£1,360,900
£20,320,725
2▲▼
£1,120,900
£21,441,625
2▲▼
£1,170,900
£22,612,525
2▲▼
£1,041,802
£23,654,327
3
£1,110,900
£24,765,227
2
£1,000,900
£25,766,127
2▲▼
£1,070,900
£26,837,027
3
£1,060,472
£27,897,499
3▲▼
£940,900
£28,838,399
3▲▼
£940,900
£29,779,299
5
£841,499
£30,620,798
4
£850,300
£31,471,098
3
£489,192
£31,960,290
3▲▼
£640,900
£32,601,190
9
£140,900
£32,742,090
9▲▼
£130,900
£32,872,990
9▲▼
£110,900
£32,983,890
10
£145,900
£33,129,790
11
£141,750
£33,271,540
11▲▼
£140,910
£33,412,450
7
£140,900
£33,553,350
8
£140,890
£33,694,240
8▲▼
£141,000
£33,835,240
Toy Story - Re-Release
3
£1,395,209
£35,230,449
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News from around the web

Disney and their top computer animation studio Pixar are dipping into the Toy Story universe again and releasing an origins movie, Lightyear.

Based on the fan favourite character Buzz Lightyear the movie is being billed as the definitive story of the character which was voiced by Tim Allen on the 4 movies.

Chris Evans will voice young Buzz Lightyear

Stepping up this time os Chris Evans who will voice the fames Space Ranger as his younger self.

Its an interesting concept to bring up an origins story based on a character which is a living toy, toys don't age!

All the toy story films, including the fourth one, where excellent and there is no doubt that if anyone can pull this off its Pixar.

Release date, in the US at least, is 22 June 2022, all being well with the world by then.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to effect cinema attendance in 2020 and Tenet spends an eighth week at the top with the lowest take for a number one film almost ever what was on the box office over the last 35 years?

Each week we present a rundown of the UK box office chart headlines on this same week from last year to 1990.

A year ago (2019)

No.1 movie:
Joker which had been at the top for 3 weeks.

Highest debut:
Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil directed by Joachim Rønning and starring Angelina Jolie and Elle Fanning which entered the box office at number 2.

No. 1 and top total grossing:
Toy Story 4 which had taken £66 Million over 18 weeks of release.

Five years ago (2015)

No. 1 and highest debut:
Hotel Transylvania 2 starring Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg and directed by Genndy Tartakovsky

Longest run:
Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials which had been on the box office for 6 weeks.

Top total grossing:
Legend which had taken £17.6 Million after 6 weeks of release.

Ten years ago (2010)

No. 1 and Highest debut:
Despicable Me starring Steve Carell and Jason Segel and directed by Pierre Coffin and Chris Renaud

Longest run:
Toy Story 3 which had been on the box office for 13 weeks.

Top total grossing:
The Other Guys which had taken £7.8 Million after 5 weeks of release.

Fifteen years ago (2005)

No. 1 and highest debut:
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit starring Peter Sallis and Ralph Fiennes and directed by Steve Box and Nick Park

Longest run:
The Adventures Of Sharkboy And Lavagirl 3D which had been on the box office for 8 weeks.

Top total grossing:
Pride And Prejudice which had taken £12.7 Million after 5 weeks of release.

Twenty years ago (2000)

No. 1 and highest debut:
Dinosaur starring D.B. Sweeney and Alfre Woodard and directed by Eric Leighton and Ralph Zondag

No. 1 and top total grossing:
Chicken Run which had taken £29.4 Million over 16 weeks of release.

Twenty five years ago (1995)

No.1 movie:
Pocahontas which had been at the top for 2 weeks.

Highest debut:
There were no new movies this week!

Longest run:
Judge Dredd which had been on the box office for 13 weeks.

Top total grossing:
Batman Forever which had taken £20.4 Million after 13 weeks of release.

Thirty years ago (1990)

No. 1 movie:
Ghost which had been at the top for 3 weeks and with a total gross of £19.2 Million it was also the top total grossing film.

Highest Debut:
Bird On A Wire directed by John Badham and starring Mel Gibson and Goldie Hawn which entered the box office at number 2.

Longest run:
Days Of Thunder which had been on the box office for 13 weeks.

It was a time when Disney was riding on the wave of success, Matt Damon could carry a movie and Joss Whedon used cinema to finish off his cancelled TV series.

Each week we present a rundown of the UK box office chart headlines on this same week from last year to 1990.

A year ago (2019)

No.1 movie:
Joker which had been at the top for 2 weeks.

Highest debut:
Abominable directed by Jill Culton and Todd Wilderman and starring Chloë Bennet and Albert Tsai which entered the box office at number 2.

Longest run:
Toy Story 4 which had been on the box office for 17 weeks.

Top total grossing:
The Lion King which had taken £75.5 Million after 13 weeks of release.

Five years ago (2015)

No.1 movie:
The Martian which had been at the top for 2 weeks.

Highest debut:
Sicario directed by Denis Villeneuve and starring Emily Blunt and Benicio Del Toro which entered the box office at number 2.

No. 1 and top total grossing:
Inside Out which had taken £38.4 Million over 12 weeks of release.

Ten years ago (2010)

No. 1 and Highest debut:
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps starring Michael Douglas and Shia LaBeouf and directed by Oliver Stone

Longest run:
Back To The Future which had been on the box office for 18 weeks.

Top total grossing:
Toy Story 3 which had taken £73.3 Million after 12 weeks of release.

Fifteen years ago (2005)

No. 1 and highest debut:
Serenity starring Nathan Fillion and Gina Torres and directed by Joss Whedon

No. 1 and top total grossing:
Charlie And The Chocolate Factory which had taken £37.2 Million over 11 weeks of release.

Twenty years ago (2000)

No. 1 and highest debut:
Nutty Professor II: The Klumps starring Eddie Murphy and Janet Jackson and directed by Peter Segal

No. 1 and top total grossing:
Chicken Run which had taken £28.7 Million over 15 weeks of release.

Twenty five years ago (1995)

No. 1 and highest debut:
Pocahontas starring Irene Bedard and Mel Gibson and directed by Mike Gabriel and Eric Goldberg

Longest run:
Judge Dredd which had been on the box office for 12 weeks.

Top total grossing:
Batman Forever which had taken £20 Million after 12 weeks of release.

Thirty years ago (1990)

No. 1 movie: Ghost which had been at the top for 2 weeks and with a total gross of £15.6 Million it was also the top total grossing film.

Highest Debut: The Little Mermaid directed by Ron Clements and John Musker and starring Rene Auberjonois and Christopher Daniel Barnes which entered the box office at number 2.

Longest run:
Total Recall which had been on the box office for 12 weeks.

Tenet spends a 7th weekend at the top of the UK box office, the longest for 20 years when Toy Story 2 and Gladiator both spent 7 weeks at the top in 2000.

This is unprecedented times but still it is note worthy that a movie can spend that much time at the top although it is with little competition, although After We Collided came close as did Cats & Dogs: Paws Unite! and this weeks top movie Saint Maud.

There are a number of new movies released this Friday and the bets are on that it could be the last weekend for Tenet, or just maybe the top new release this week might make the jump.

What is a worrying trend is the total top 15 this weekend is nearly a million pound down from last, meaning people are either still unsure of returning to cinemas, or they is nothing to draw them back!

Here is the this week UK box office Quickview (not including catalogue re-releases).

  • Number 1 - Tenet (7 Weeks)
  • Highest debut - Saint Maud (@2)
  • Longest run - Onward (18 weeks)
  • Highest total gross - Tenet (£16,563,616)

Here is a rundown of the top 5 movies 9th - 11th October 2020.

Tenet

Seven weeks in and Christopher Nolans 'saviour' is still at the top of the UK box office and this week takes £296K.

This gives the movie a total UK gross of £16.5 Million after 7 weeks of release and it is now the 5 highest grossing movie of 2020 or third highest movie released in 2020.

This weekends total of 53% down from last weekend which is one of the movies biggest drops week on week.

Saint Maud

Saint Maud

Highest new movie of the weekend lands at number 2 in the shape of director Rose Glass's horror movie which despite landing at 2 takes £263.4K in a ever decreasing market.

The movie has been well reviews with even a hint of Oscar nods so we could see this have a long chart life and it still has a chance to hit the top.

Akira

The 1988 movie that kicked off the manga obsession in the West gets a re-release and re-enters the box office at number 3 with £201.1K.

After We Collided

Falling to number 4 this week is the Roger Kumble directed movie that has given Tenet a run for its money in recent weeks and takes £194.2K this weekend, down 50% from last weekend.

The movie has taken a very respectable £3.5 Million in the UK since release 6 weeks ago.

Cats & Dogs: Paws Unite!

Last weeks top new movie falls to 5 this weekend with £184.3K, down 60% from last weekend giving the movie a second week total of £715.2K.

With Tenet making a 6th week at the top of the UK box office lets take a look at what were the biggest movies on selected charts in early October over the last 30 year.

A year ago (2019)

No. 1 and highest debut:
Joker starring Joaquin Phoenix and Robert De Niro and directed by Todd Phillips

Longest run:
Casino Royale which had been on the box office for 31 weeks.

Top total grossing:
The Lion King which had taken £75.3 Million after 12 weeks of release.

Five years ago (2015)

No. 1 and highest debut:
The Martian starring Matt Damon and Jessica Chastain and directed by Ridley Scott

No. 1 and top total grossing:
Minions which had taken £46.4 Million over 14 weeks of release.

Ten years ago (2010)

No.1 movie:
The Other Guys which had been at the top for 3 weeks.

Highest debut:
Buried directed by Rodrigo Cortes and starring Ryan Reynolds and Jose Luis Garcia Perez which entered the box office at number 3.

Longest run:
Back To The Future which had been on the box office for 17 weeks.

Top total grossing:
Toy Story 3 which had taken £72.9 Million after 11 weeks of release.

Fifteen years ago (2005)

No.1 movie:
Pride And Prejudice which had been at the top for 3 weeks.

Highest debut:
A History Of Violence directed by David Cronenberg and starring Viggo Mortensen and Maria Bello which entered the box office at number 2.

No. 1 and top total grossing:
Charlie And The Chocolate Factory which had taken £37.1 Million over 10 weeks of release.

Twenty years ago (2000)

No. 1 and highest debut:
Hollow Man starring Elisabeth Shue and Kevin Bacon and directed by Paul Verhoeven

No. 1 and top total grossing:
Chicken Run which had taken £28.6 Million over 14 weeks of release.

Twenty five years ago (1995)

No.1 movie:
Apollo 13 which had been at the top for 2 weeks.

Highest debut:
Species directed by Roger Donaldson and starring Ben Kingsley and Michael Madsen which entered the box office at number 2.

Longest run:
Judge Dredd which had been on the box office for 11 weeks.

Top total grossing:
Batman Forever which had taken £19.7 Million after 11 weeks of release.

Thirty years ago (1990)

No. 1 movie: Ghost which had been at the top for 1 weeks and with a total gross of £10.5 Million it was also the top total grossing film.

Highest Debut: Ghost directed by Jerry Zucker and starring Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore which entered the box office at number 1.

Longest run:
Total Recall which had been on the box office for 11 weeks.