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Christmas With the Coopers

Christmas With the Coopers

Directed by

Jessie Nelson


Alex Borstein
Maxwell Simkins
Blake Baumgartner
Alan Arkin
Dan Amboyer
Marisa Tomei
Scott Garan
Dorothy Silver
Channing Sebetich
Mike Pusateri
Jake Lacy
June Squibb
Larry McKay
Kanani Rose
Anthony Mackie
Molly Gordon
Sylvia Kauders
Krista Marie Yu
Lev Pakman
M.R. Wilson
Elisabeth Evans
Keenan Jolliff
Sean McGee
Rory Wilson
Quinn McColgan
Kristin Slaysman
Jon Tenney
Ralph Browning
Marc Moore
Cady Huffman
Johnny Luoma
Ryan Borgo
Justin Lonesome
Samuel Mancini
Jack Nadeau
Patrick Steven Bovo
James Hall
Tony Amen
Georin Aquila
Todd Bobenrieth
Jennifer Boch-Wawrzyniak
Troy Bogdan
Noah Brown
Norman Cardaro
Deborah Charity
Colleen Clark
Lloyd Crago
Bill Dooley
Jamie Eddy
Robin Elrod
Mark Falvo
Joseph Faulk
Joe Fishel
Richard C. Fishel
Matthew Freas
David Friday
Patty Fromm
Kristie Galloway
Richard Guesman
Sophie Guest
Denny Hazen
Stephen Hosac
Jesse Iwanonkiw
John W. Iwanonkiw
Daisy Jade
Chris Jameson
Jennifer Jelsema
William Kania
Bettina Kenney
Pete Landis
Farelisse Lassor
Ashley Marie Lewis
Scott Lockhart
Nicholas Luna
Laurie Mann
Dan McCurry
Tiffany Sander McKenzie
F. Robert McMurray
Ed Mihalacki
Grayson Alexander Miller
Kelly L. Moran
Phil Nardozzi
Don Nowacki
Frankie Palombi
Michael Paradise
Edward Pfeifer
Lawrence Pusateri
Eric Rasmussen
Richard Restivo
George W Richardson
Monisha B. Schwartz
Jeff Seich
Ray Sobieralski
Jessica Stabile
Brian Stowell
Jordan Streussnig
Michelle Veintimilla
Mike Walker
Evelyn Wawrzyniak
Laura Welsh
James Werley
Phillip Zack
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UK release date Released: 4th December 2015

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Christmas With the Coopers

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  •  United Kingdom
  •  United States
  •  Germany
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 5

Weeks on box office: 3

UK Box Office Chart History
Box Office Gross Flow

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Although the anticipation for the new Disney film Moana is quite high its not enough to knock off the three time champion Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

Fantastic Beast stays put at the top of the Uk box office for its third straight week with an amazing weekend gross of £4.4 million, this brings the films total gross to £37.8 million.

There should be one more weekend at the top for Beast before the Galaxy Far Far Away comes blasting in, but that should be enough to cement the film as one of the years top films.

The film still has a way to go before beating the lowest grossing Potter film which was 2004's Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban which made £45.6 million.

Highest new film of the week then come in at 2, Moana from Disney makes £2.2 million on its UK debut.

Compared to Frozen from Disney which came out at the same time of year in 2013 this is half its debut gross of £4.7 million hence we probably wont see this scaling those heights.

Also new this week is Sully at number 3 with £1.7 million, Pitbull. Niebezpieczne Kobiety at number 5 with £0.4 million, The Edge of Seventeen at 9 with £0.27 million and Bleed For This at number 10 with £0.25 million.

Highest total grossing movie this week is Fantastic beasts and longest run on the box office is Trolls which has been around now for 7 weeks.

Historical Charts

A year ago
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 stayed at the top for a third weekend while the top new film was Christmas With The Coopers at number 5.

Five years ago
Arthur Christmas went to the top of the box office for the first time on its fourth week of release while Happy Feet Two was the top new film.

Ten years ago
Bond stayed at the top for a third week in Casino Royale while the top new film was Flushed Away at number 2.

Fifteen years ago
Spending a third week at the top was Harry Potter and The Philosophers Stone while top new film was Zoolander at number 2.

Twenty years ago
The Long Kiss Goodnight was at the top on its debut weekend, it knocked The First Wives Club down to number 2.

Twenty five years ago
Point Break made it 2 weeks at the top while top new film was Hot Shots! at number 3.

A third week at the top for The Hunger Games: Mockingly Part 2 in the wake of little in the way of new releases in the UK.

The box office is on hold at the moment waiting for one of the biggest releases of the year which left room for Mockingly to make £2.2 million.

This brings the total UK gross for the last of The Hunger Games films to £23.3 million after 3 weeks of release.

Highest new film of the week is Christmas with the Coopers, an all American movie about family meeting up for the holiday season.

A very low debut gross of nearly £700,000 puts the film at number 5, little chance of this film having longevity at the box office though.

Highest total grossing film on the box office is Spectre which has to date grossed over £90 million and this week is at number 3.

Historical charts

A year ago
Padding retained its position at the top of the box office while the top new film was Penguins of Madagascar at 3.

Five years ago
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 1 stayed put at the top with Megamind the highest new film at 2.

Ten years ago
Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire was still the top film, a quiet week saw the highest new film at number 4 with Keeping Mum.

Fifteen years ago
How The Grinch Stole Christmas (look out for the remake in the coming years) was the top new film debuting at number 1, it knocked off Charlies Angels which fell to 2.

Twenty years ago
Goldeneye was riding the top of the box office while Murder in the First was the highest new film coming in at 2.

Twenty five years ago
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was still at the top with Repossessed the highest new film at number 2.

Bond continues to bring in audiences across the globe this week as Spectre remains the top film across the world for a 3rd week.

Now playing in 92 countries Spectre is the top film in all major territories it is currently playing, this week it takes an amazing $188 million.

This now brings its total world gross past the half billion mark to $543.8 million and it is well on its way to joining Skyfall as a $1 billion film.

Highest new film of the week debuts at number 2 in the shape of Indian movie Prem Ratan Dhan Payo.

Released in 8 countries the film takes a very respectable $33.4 million, most of which is from India.

Highest total grossing film on the chart is Spectre's $543 million after 3 weeks, it is also the film with the widest release.

Here is the full global top 10:

  1. Spectre - $188,000,000
  2. Prem Ratan Dhan Payo - $33,400,000
  3. Snoopy and Charlie Brown The Peanuts Movie - $26,700,000
  4. The Martian - $12,025,000
  5. Hotel Transylvania 2 - $11,250,000
  6. The Priests - $9,300,000
  7. Christmas with The Coopers - $8,400,000
  8. Goosebumps - $7,050,000
  9. The Last Witch Hunter - $6,700,000
  10. Journey, Through Time - $6,000,000

In the US this weekend the latest Bond movie Spectre continued to do big business and in the process remained at number 1 for a second weekend.

Dropping nearly 50% from its debut weekend Spectre managed to gross $35.4 million which brings its total gross to $130.7 million in the US.


Highest new entry of the week is Love the Coopers (Christmas with the Coopers) which makes its debut at number 3.

The Christmas comedy wasn't good enough the remove The Peanuts Movie from the number 2 spot and makes $8.4 million over the weekend.

Also new this week is: The 33 at number 5, Prem Ratan Dhan Payo at number 8 and My All American at number 12.