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DIRECTED BY JONATHAN LIEBESMAN

Battle: Los Angeles 2011

Battle: Los Angeles

Directed by

Starring

Ramon Rodriguez
Ramon Rodriguez
Michelle Rodriguez
Michelle Rodriguez
Gino Anthony Pesi
Ne-Yo
James Hiroyuki Liao
Bridget Moynahan
Noel Fisher
Adetokumboh MCormack
Bryce Cass
Michael Pea
Neil Brown Jr.
Taylor Handley
Joey King
Lucas Till
Kenneth Brown Jr.
Jadin Gould
Joe Chrest
E. Roger Mitchell
Rus Blackwell
Susie Abromeit
Brandi Coleman
Elizabeth Keener
Jessica Heap
David Jensen
Stacey Turner
Tom Hillmann
Lena Clark
Jamie Norwood
Todd Cochran
Nzinga Blake
Taryn Southern
James D. Dever
Will Rothhaar
Jim Parrack
Ava Bogle
Grant Case
Nick Jones Jr.
Keith Middlebrook
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UK release date UK release: 11th March 2011
 BBFC Age Rating:  12 age rating
UK total gross
United Kingdom Flag  £4.6 Million
US total gross
United States Flag  $83.6 Million
Global total gross
Global Flag  $211.8 Million

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    Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
    UK total gross
    £4,638,239
    1403
    Battle: Los Angeles
    1404

    US total gross
    $83,552,429
    881
    Battle: Los Angeles

    Global total gross
    $211,819,354
    771
    Battle: Los Angeles
    772
    UK Age Rating
    UK BBFC Certificate: 12
    Genres
    Popular in these countries
    • United Kingdom United Kingdom
    • Russia Russia
    • Thailand Thailand
    UK Box Office Info

    Highest chart position: 1

    Weeks on box office: 4

    UK Box Office Chart History
    Date
    Place
    Week
    Total
    Battle: Los Angeles
    1N
    £1,792,913
    £1,792,913
    2
    £874,265
    £3,454,350
    6
    £425,952
    £4,269,950
    11
    £146,016
    £4,638,239
    US Box Office Info

    Highest US chart position: 1

    Weeks on US box office: 12

    US Box Office Chart History
    Date
    Place
    Week
    Total
    1N
    $35,573,187
    $35,573,187
    3
    $14,538,429
    $60,540,135
    7
    $7,582,566
    $72,562,110
    10
    $3,536,435
    $78,502,566
    14
    $1,528,411
    $81,228,788
    20
    $507,452
    $82,193,266
    27
    $203,811
    $82,649,415
    42
    $71,775
    $82,795,220
    32
    $188,380
    $83,004,389
    30
    $186,628
    $83,271,423
    39
    $100,808
    $83,441,911
    46
    $54,065
    $83,537,651
    Global Box Office Release Breakdown
    No global box office info
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