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300

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Starring

Actor
Character
Lena Headey
David Wenham
Vincent Regan
Tom Wisdom
Andrew Pleavin
Andrew Tiernan
Rodrigo Santoro
Tyler Neitzel
Stephen McHattie
Greg Kramer
Alex Ivanovici
Kelly Craig
Eli Snyder
Giovani Cimmino
Tim Connolly
Marie-Julie Rivest
Sebastian St. Germain
Peter Mensah
Dennis St John
Neil Napier
Dylan Smith
Maurizio Terrazzano
Robert Paradis
Kwasi Songui
Alexandra Beaton
Frdric Smith
Loucas Minchillo
Nicholas Minchillo
Tom Rack
David Francis
James Bradford
Andrew Shaver
Robin Wilcock
Kent McQuaid
Marcel Jeannin
Jere Gillis
Jeremy Thibodeau
Tyrone Benskin
Robert Maillet
Patrick Sabongui
Leon Laderach
Dave Lapommeray
Vervi Mauricio
Charles Papasoff
Isabelle Champeau
Veronique-Natale Szalankiewicz
Mava Nadon
David Thibodeau
David Schaap
Jean Michel Par
Stewart Myiow
Andreanne Ross
Sara Giacalone
Ariadne Bourbonnire
Isabelle Fournel
Sandrine Merette-Attiow
Elisabeth Etienne
Danielle Hubbard
Ruan Vibegaard
Genevieve Guilbault
Bonnie Mak
Amlie Sorel
Caroline Aspirot
Gina Gagnon
Tania Trudell
Stphanie Aubry
Mercedes Leggett
Atif Y. Siddiqi
Stephania Gambaroff
Chanelle Lamothe
Sabrina-Jasmine Guilbault
Manny Cortez Tuazon
Camille Rizkallah
Trudi Hanley
Neon Cobran
Gary A. Hecker
Agnieshka Wnorowska
Arthur Holden
Deke Richards
Michael Sinelnikoff
Marc Trottier
Duy Vo Van
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2007
UK release date Released: 23rd March 2007
 BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating

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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£13,986,190
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US total gross
$210,614,939
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Global total gross
$456,592,590
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UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
Genres
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  •  United States
  •  United Kingdom
  •  Australia
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 6

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£4,746,071
£4,746,071
2
£2,287,590
£9,073,923
3
£1,023,145
£11,586,135
5
£499,822
£13,012,859
7
£313,756
£13,653,786
12
£146,599
£13,986,190
Box Office Gross Flow
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4.7M
2.3M
1M
499.8K
313.8K
146.6K

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2007

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In a bid to promote its new streaming platform Paramount+ the studio today has announced that selected movies will be put exclusively on the platform between 30 and 45 days after release.

Paramount Pictures

The new streaming platform is the latest home video on demand service to be launched alongside the likes of Disney+ from Disney which includes the likes of Pixar, Star Wars and marvel Cinematic Universe and HBO Max which is owned by Warner Bros.

During the last 12 months Disney and Warner Bros. have used their platforms to launch their titles that have had long delays, like Disney's Mulan, although often they have also given them a theatrical release in cities and countries where they are open, HBO Max has done it at no extra charge, Disney have charged a premium on top of the monthly fee.

A Quiet Place Part II

During a press conference today (February 24th 2021) ViacomCBS chief Bob Bakish, who own Paramount and Universal studios laid out the plans for the new service which will take over from CBS All Access and their other streaming platforms.

The upcoming Mission:Impossible 7 and A Quiet Place Part II, both of which have suffered delayed releases because of the pandemic, are two title the CEO named which will be on the platform 45 days after an exclusive theatrical window.

Universal were the company last year that upset the cinema chains in the US when they announced they would shorted the exclusive window from 90 days to 30 days, and in a controversial move they put Trolls World Tour directly to video on demand (VOD).

Cinemas in the UK are going to open on or around May 17th and in the US cinemas are opening in different states as and when they can, the industry needs a hit movie in order to get people back into cinemas.

Detective Cinamtown 3

In China last weekend the movie Detective Cinamtown 3 was released which took over $300 Million on its opening weekend and to date has taken over $600 Million, challenging Avengers: Engame as the top grossing movie of all time.

China seems to cherish its industry and is doing all it can to make it thrive, so why is the same not happening in Europe and America?

Paramount Pictures have announced that Sonic The Hedgehog sequel will be called Sonic The Hedgehog 2, and there is a little hint that his buddy Tails will feature!

The first Sonic movie was released in February 2020 and was one of the last blockbusters released in 2020 before the pandemic shit movie theatres down.

It featured Jim Carrey as the villain Dr. Ivo Robotnik and went on to gross over $300 Million globally.

Miles Tails Power

The hidden clue on the logo to suggest that Sonics friend Miles "Tails" Prower will feature, look at the 2, there are a couple of tails wagging.

Miles "Tails" Prower is Sonics best friend and is a fox with 2 tails that first appeared in the second Sonic game on the Sega Mega Drive, and all subsequent games.

The movie currently has a release date of April 8th 2022.

When Universal delayed the release of the next Bond movie No Time To Die from November 2020 to April 2021 it seems it has had a devastating effect on cinema chains in the UK and US.

Today one of the worlds biggest cinema chains Cinema has announced they will close cinemas in the UK and US from Thursday 8th October until further notice and ODEON cinemas in the UK have announced they will only open at the weekend.

No Time To Die

The root of this is the change in release date of No Time To Die which was to be the next blockbuster after the COVID-19 reopening to try and get people back into the habit of going to the movies.

Tenet which was released in late August has now been seen as a test bed for the publics tolerance for going back to cinemas, a public place where social distancing is a challenge, and with the figures coming off the movie it seems it failed the test, the movie has taken so far £25 million in the UK, $40 Million in the US and just over $300 Million globally.

If there is a positive side to this its that a number of smaller independent movies that would normally have been overshadowed by the big blockbusters are being given a chance to shine, and doing better than they would normally, After We Collided being a prime example.

Wonder Woman 1984

The next 'big' movie to be released is Death On The Nile and Dune, both on December 18th 2020 (thats got to change), also due that day is Coming 2 America starring Eddie Murphy but with no poster, trailer or publicity thats not going to happen!

Then there is Wonder Woman 1984 coming out over Christmas which is massive, and unlike Tenet will do well in cinemas if its given the chance.

After 4 weeks at the top of the global box office Christopher Nolans Tenet is replaces, this week at least, by the Chinese release Leap which makes its debut at the top.

The Chinese box office is, at the moment, by far the highest grossing market and it is responsible for the high grosses of Tenet, Mulan, The Eight Hundred and now Leap.

Here is a quicklook breakdown of the top 15.

Leap
  • Number 1 - Leap
  • Highest debut = Leap (@1)
  • Longest Run - Onward (29 weeks)
  • Highest global gross - The Eight Hundred ($441,654,352)

Weekly breakdown of the top 5 global movies 25th - 27th September 2020.

Leap

Making its debut at the top is this Chinese movie from director Peter Ho-Sun Chan and starring Li Gong which takes $24.7 Million over the weekend on its debut.

The movie is only released in China at the moment and with Tenet still to open in some territories it will be interesting to see what to top looks like in the coming weeks.

Tenet

Moving from the top to number 2 after 4 weeks is the 'saviour of cinema' which quite frankly has struggles over its release so far, even in China.

This weekend the movie took $19.2 Million which brings its 5 week global total to $284.9 while it looks to cross the $300 Million mark which it could do by next weekend.

The Eight Hundred

As the movie starts to open in other territories outside China the movie falls to number 3 with $8.3 Million giving the hit movie a total gross of $441.6 Million.

This new global total means that after 7 weeks of release it is the highest grossing movie globally in 2020, beating out the previous holder Bad Boys For Life.

Greenland

Greenland

Starring Gerard Butler this movie has had a hard time so far, a couple of moves of release date in the UK and US has meant that the movie will most likely go to VOD in many major markets.

Of the countries it has been released in it has taken $3.3 Million and is this week a re-entry on the global box office at number 4 and after 8 weeks on the chart has taken $17.6 Million.

Mulan

Disney's animated remake has had a hard time of it really, after being days away from a full on cinema release it was pulled because of the pandemic, had its release date moved a couple of time then went to Disney+.

It did get a cinema release in some countries, after complains for many people, and this weekend is at 5 with a weekend gross of $3.3 Million taking its total to $64.4 Million after 5 weeks of release.

Pixar hit the top of the global box office once again with their new movie Onward which knocks The Invisible Man off the top meaning it spends just a week at the summit, meanwhile The Way Back with Ben Affleck makes a new entry at 5.

Onward

Pixar bring to the world a brand new story in the shape of this fantasy tale of two brothers looking to bring their father back for 24 hours.

The movie takes a very respectable $68 Million globally on its debut from 48 countries, this is no Toy Story but the Pixar name has brought in a good audience.

Also worth taking into to consideration is the global threat of the coronavirus which is keeping people away from movie theatres across the globe.

The Invisible Man

Falling from the top after a single week is the monster movie starring Elisabeth Moss which takes $35.4 Million from 66 countries.

This pushes the movies total gross to $98.2 Million, it will go over $100 Million in the next few days.

Sonic The Hedgehog

The video game adaptation starring Jim Carrey falls a single place to number 3 this week with $20 Million from 63 countries to bring its total to $295.6 Million, it could go over $300 Million before next weekend.

The Call Of The Wild

The Harrison Ford starring movie falls to number 4 this week with $11.8 Million from 48 countries giving it a $99.5 Million total, it should get to $100 Million in the next day or so.

The Way Back

The Way Back

Finally on the top 5 is this new release starring Ben Affleck which lands at 5 with $9.1 Million from 15 countries.