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Cars General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children. A PG film should not unsettle a child aged around eight or older. Unaccompanied children of any age may watch, but parents are advised to consider whether the content may upset younger, or more sensitive, children.



Directed by

John Lasseter
Joe Ranft


Lightning McQueen
Paul Newman
Doc Hudson
Sally Carrera
Cheech Marin
Tony Shalhoub
Guido Quaroni
Jenifer Lewis
Paul Dooley
Michael Wallis
George Carlin
Katherine Helmond
John Ratzenberger
Mack / Hamm Truck / Abominable Snow Plow / P.T. Flea Car
Joe Ranft
Red / Jerry Recycled Batteries / Peterbilt
Chick Hicks
Richard Petty
The King
Jeremy Clarkson
Jeremy Piven
Bob Costas
Bob Cutlass
Darrell Waltrip
Darrell Cartrip
Richard Kind
Edie McClurg
Humpy Wheeler
Tom Magliozzi
Rusty Rust-eze
Ray Magliozzi
Dusty Rust-eze
Lynda Petty
Mrs. The King
Andrew Stanton
Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Michael Schumacher
Michael Schumacher Ferrari
Jay Leno
Jay Limo
Mario Andretti
Mario Andretti
Sarah Clark
Kori Turbowitz
Mike Nelson
Not Chuck
Jonas Rivera
Lou Romano
Adrian Ochoa
E.J. Holowicki
Elissa Knight
Lindsey Collins
Larry Benton
Motorhome Race Fan #1
Douglas Keever
Motorhome Race Fan #2
Woody Car
Buzz Lightyear Car
Sullivan Truck
Dave Foley
Flik Car
Jack Angel
Michael Bell
Houser Boon
Bob Bergen
Various Reporters
Susan Blu
Andrea Boerries
Marco Boerries
Rodger Bumpass
Wide Chick Pitty
Torbin Xan Bullock
Richard Cawood
Scott Clark
Kathy Coates
Kathy Copter
John Cygan
Various Reporters
Jennifer Darling
Various Reporters
Paul Eiding
Various Reporters
Bill Farmer
Various Reporters
Brian Fee
Teresa Ganzel
Craig Good
Jess Harnell
Sven 'The Governator'
Artie Kempner
Hooman Khalili
Sonoko Konishi
Erik Langley
Sherry Lynn
Various Reporters
Danny Mann
Al Oft
Mickie McGowan
Various Reporters
Laraine Newman
Various Reporters
Teddy Newton
Colleen OShaughnessey
Bob Peterson
Steve Purcell
Jan Rabson
Various Reporters
A.J. Riebli III
Dan Scanlon
Stephen Schaffer
Ken Schretzmann
Bob Scott
Additional Voices
Matt Staudt
Jay Ward
Jim Ward
Various Reporters
Colette Whitaker
Drazen Bratulic
Jamie Clay
Beetle Joose
Sheryl Crow
Aleksandar Cvjetkovic
Sik Hiks
Marco Della Noce
Zeljko Duvnjak
Pero Juricic
Pero Kvrgic
Doc Hudson
Leon Lucev
Munjeviti Juric
Luka Peros
Dora Polic
Zarko Potocnjak
Jeroen van Inkel
Sports commentator
Ljubo Zecevic
Year: 2006
 117 minutes (1 hrs 57 mins)
UK release date UK release: 28th July 2006
 BBFC Age Rating:  PG age rating
US release date US release: 9th June 2006
MPAA Age Rating: Cars G age rating 
UK total gross
  £16.6 Million
US total gross
  $244.1 Million
Global total gross
  $454.8 Million
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Universal have released a new trailer for the much delayed Fast & Furious 9 with the movies release now headed for July 9th at the UK box office.

The movie was one of the first major releases to get delayed in 2020 at the start of the global pandemic, with the original delay being a whole year, then it recently got delayed another couple of months to July 9th.

The new trailer is the usual Fast and Furious fare with fast cars and Vin Diesel looking moody the whole time.

We also get to see Helen Mirren behind the wheel and she looks as cool as Diesel doing so.

The story has the Fam really coming home for Diesel who's real brother come for payback in the shape of John Cena.

Justin Lin returns as the movies director but the movie may struggle to go over the Billion dollar mark this time in the wake of the global pandemic.

And the end of the trailer does strongly suggest that the series will go into space this time as the series enters the final frontier!

The movie has a July 9th UK release and a June 25th North American release.

With the first quarter of the year over and most of the cinemas closed across the US it a good time to pause for a moment and take a look at the top film during the first 3 months of 2020.

Bad Boys For Life

Twenty five years after the first teaming of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence first hit cinemas the third film in the buddy cop movie beats all expectations.

The movie was a mega smash at US box office with a total gross of $204 Million, and it was still at cinemas before the close down.


The movie was the hot tip to sweep the Oscars this year before everyone decided Parasite was the better film, but it didn't hurt Sam Mandes War Drama at the box office.

The movie was still a hit and pulled in a very good $158 Million at the US box office.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Despite getting a very mixed reaction from the Star Wars hard core, the much hailed end of the saga movie still pulled in the audiences with over $500 Million in the US box office in total.

In 2020 the movie took and impressive $153 Million.

Sonic the Hedgehog

Despite the early signs suggest this would be a flop the redesign of the main character Sonic pushed it to a $145 Million US gross.

Jumanji: The Next Level

Dwayne Johnsons sequel to the smash hit Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle didn't quite hit the same note but it was still a smash hit taking $141 Million in 2020, it has taken $316 Million in total.

Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)

Warner Bros. were maybe expecting a bit more from the Harley Quinn movie but it still managed a quite respectable $84 Million, no flop but no smash hit.

Little Women

Greta Gerwig's adaptation of the classic novel was praised by critics and audiences alike and took $78 Million in the first quarter of 2020 in the US, it has taken $108 Million in total.


This Robert Downey Jr. vehicle was never going to reach the heights of anything with Iron Man in but the film still did better than expected considering the bad reviews, it took $77 Million.

The Invisible Man

Just creeping in before the American coronavirus shutdown the Universal monster movie took a very respectable $64 Million, its box office run was cut short and the movie is now available on streaming services.

The Call of the Wild

Harrison Ford went back to nature for this down to earth movie which held its own at the box office with a $62 Million total gross, again the movie was still doing well when cinemas closed their doors.

There is no moving Will Smith and Martin Lawrence from the top of the global box office as thie reunion as the Bad Boys stays at the top for a third weekend, and with a quiet weekend for new releases the top new film is Gretel and Hansel at number 7.

Bad Boys For Life

Beating all expectation before release the Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah directed movie spends its third weekend at the top of the global box office with $48.4 Million from 64 countries.

THe total global gross for the movie is now $290.7 Million and is now by far the top grossing of the series.


Sticking to number 2 this week is Sam Mendes World War movie that swept the BAFTA's last night, it takes $30.5 Million over the weekend from 53 countries.

THe movie, which is expected to do well at next weekends Oscars has a total global gross of $249 Million after 4 weeks of release.


After a poor start the Robert Downey Jr. movie is picking up fans across the globe and this week remains at number 3 with $25.4 Million from 64 countries.

The film has taken a better than expected $126.6 Million globally after 4 weeks of release.

Jumanji: The Next Level

The sequel movie may not have done the number Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle did 2 years ago but the film has still done well, remaining at 4 this week the film takes $11.3 Million from 59 countries for a total of $754.8 after 9 weeks.

Little Women

Falling to 5 this weekend is Greta Gerwig's retelling of the classic novel which takes $10.5 Million from 48 countries for a total gross of $162.8 Million after 5 weeks of release.

This version of the movie has far out grossed all other version by a large margin with the 1995 version directed by Gillian Armstrong coming closest with $50 Million global gross.

Gretel and Hansel

No big new releases this weekend with the top new film this retelling of the Grim fairytale making its debut at number 7 with $7.5 Million from 18 countries.

The reunion of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence is proving to be a good one as Bad Boys For Life remains at the top of the global charts for a second weekend while South Korean movie The Man Standing Next is the top new film of the week at number 5.

Bad Boys For Life

The cop buddy movie directed by Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah that was 17 years in the making remains at the top of the global box office this weekend with a gross of $76 Million from 59 countries.

This pushes the movies total global gross to $215.6 Million after 2 weeks of release.


Director Sam Mandes war movie sits at number 2 again this week as the movie makes $39.5 Million over the weekend from 31 countries.

As the film picks up more awards before the Oscars this puts the movies total global gross at $200 Million after 3 weeks.


Despite the slow start the Robert Downey Jr. starring movie is still at number 3 this week with a weekend take of $25.7 Million from 56 countries.

The film has now taken $91 Million after 3 weeks of release and will make over $100 Million in total in the coming days.

Jumanji: The Next Level

Hanging onto a place on the top 5 is the Dwayne Johnson starring movie with takes $17.5 Milion from 61 countries.

The film has now taken $737.4 Million over 8 weeks and altohugh will not go over the magic $1 Billion mark has performed well.

The Man Standing Next

Based on a true story of the assassination of South Korean President Park the Woo Min-ho directed movie lands at number 5 with a weekend gross of $15.8 Million from a single country release.

Bad Boys For Life tops the global box office in its debut week of release with a far better than expected weekend gross while 1917 drops to number 2.

Bad Boys For Life

It's been 17 years since Will Smith and Martin Lawrence lance teamed up in a Bad Boys movie but it looks like the cinema going public have not forgotten the fun as the movie takes $97.7 Million from 40 countries on its debut.

A fourth movie has already been green lit by Sony and this debut must be giving them a lot of faith and potentially the franchise could go further.

Will Smith has had plenty of hits in the last 17 years but Martin Lawrence hasn't but with Smith's last film Gemini Man bombing at the box office this will be good news for both leads.


Sam Mendes much praised war movie falls from the top to number 2 this weekend with $48.2 Million from 27 countries.

As the movie soaks up awards across the board this puts the movies total global gross at $138.6 Million after 2 weeks and with Oscars still to come this could climb a lot higher.


The Robert Downey Jr. post Avengers: Endgame movie got its US release this weekend, among others, but sits at number 3 on the box office in what is perhaps a disappointing movie for the expensive comedy.

The movie makes $39.7 Million on its second weekend from 47 countries wich pushes its total global gross to $49.8 Million.

Jumanji: The Next Level

The smash hit sequel falls to number 4 this weekend with $26.5 Million from 66 countries which pushes the movies total to $708.4 Million after 7 weeks.

The movie will not go near the $1 Billion mark which its predecessor came so close to crossing.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

The final Star Wars movie in the saga falls to number 5 this weekend with a gross of $19.2 Million from 54 countries.

The movie has passes the $1 Billion mark at the global box office but it is the lowest grossing of the sequel trilogy and is being seen as a failure by Lucasfilms and Disney.