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DIRECTED BY SOREN KRAGH-JACOBSEN, KRISTIAN LEVRING, THOMAS VINTERBERG AND LARS VON TRIER

D Day 2000

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Directed by

Soren Kragh-Jacobsen
Kristian Levring
Thomas Vinterberg
Lars von Trier

Starring

Actor
Character
Nicolaj Kopernikus
Niels-Henning
Charlotte Sachs Bostrup
Lise
Dejan Cukic
Boris
Bjarne Henriksen
Carl
Jesper Asholt
Jorgen
Helle Dolleris
Carl's kone (Line)
Louise Mieritz
Lise's soster
Klaus Bondam
Receptionist
Therese Glahn
Kvinde pa Hotelvrelse
Thomas Bo Larsen
Mand pa Hotelvrelse
Lasse Lunderskov
Selvmorder
Stellan Skarsgård
Lise's Mand
Tommy Kenter
Ulykkelig mand
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 70 minutes (1 hrs 10 mins)
Denmark release date Denmark release: 1st January 2000

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There are 4 new movies getting a releases in the UK this weekend looking to take your attention and where available could hit your local cinema and try to replace The Suicide Squad from the top of the UK box office.

Here are this weeks new releases

  • The Last Letter From Your Lover
  • Zola
  • Stillwater
  • Boys From County Hell

The Last Letter From Your Lover

  • The movie is from director Augustine Frizzell
  • This movie is a directorial debut.
  • It stars Shailene Woodley who also starred in The Mauritanian (2021).
  • The film also stars Joe Alwyn who last appeared in Harriet (2019).

Zola

  • The movie is from director Janicza Bravo
  • This movie is a directorial debut.
  • It stars Riley Keough who also starred in The Devil All the Time (2020).
  • The film also stars Nicholas Braun who last appeared in The Big Ugly (2020).

Stillwater

  • The movie is directed by Tom McCarthy, it is the directors 3rd movie.
  • Tom McCarthy also directed The Cobbler in 2015 which grossed £57.8 Thousand in the UK.
  • It stars Matt Damon who also starred in Jay and Silent Bob Reboot (2019).
  • The film also stars Camille Cottin who last appeared in Allied (2016).

Boys From County Hell

  • The movie is directed by Chris Baugh, it is the directors 2nd movie.
  • Chris Baugh also directed Bad Day For the Cut in 2017 which grossed £1.1 Thousand in the UK.
  • It stars Jack Rowan who also starred in Benjamin (2019).
  • The film also stars Nigel O'Neill who last appeared in I Never Cry (2020).

Check back on Monday to see what new movies made it onto the Weekend Box Office Chart.

Next weeks there are 6 new movies released

  • Free Guy, Friday, 13th August
  • The Courier, Friday, 13th August
  • Minamata, Friday, 13th August
  • Don't Breathe 2, Friday, 13th August
  • New Order, Friday, 13th August
  • Beckett, Friday, 13th August

We all know there are no new big blockbusters coming out at the moment, and Tenet is still at the top for a 6th weekend, but comparing this to the amazing 6 week number 1 run of Joker from 2019 is unfair.

I suspect Tenet would not have been a 6 weeks number 1 under normal circumstances, 2 maybe 3 at the most, and although the total gross in the UK would have been in the £10 of million it would not have had the press the movie got.

Still we are where we are and its till the top film in the UK, and Cats & Dogs: Paws Unite! is the top new film at number 2!

Here is a quick look breakdown of this week top 15 box office.

  • Number 1 - Tenet (6 weeks)
  • Highest debut - Cats & Dogs: Paws Unite! (@2)
  • Longest run - Onward (17 weeks)
  • Highest total gross = Tenet (£15,948,191)

Here is a breakdown of the top 5 movies in the UK 2nd - 4th October 2020.

Tenet

The Christopher Nolan directed movie is now 6 weeks at number 1 equalling the runs of The World Is Not Enough (1999) and Joker (2019), it takes just £628.2K this weekend which is only 3% down from last weekend.

This puts the movies total gross at £15.9 Million after 6 weeks, and as expected it is the top grossing movie since cinemas re-opened and the 6th highest of 2020 overtaking Dolittle.

Cats & Dogs: Paws Unite!

Top new movies of the weekend is the third film in the Cats & Dogs series which takes £456.5K on its debut.

This is a movie very much aimed at children, can we expect a massive drop next weekend or will the current climate keep it in the top 5?

After We Collided

After a fantastic start to its box office run the Roger Kumble directed teen drama falls to number 3 this weekend with £390.2K, a drop of 24% from last weekend.

The movie has now taken quite an amazing £3.1 Million after 5 weeks of release.

The movie has now entered the top 20 movies for 2020 at number 20 and with its current pace at the box office could go higher.

Bill & Ted Face the Music

The third Bill & Ted movie has had a hard time with its box office takings, but it does spend a third weekend on the chart this weekend with a gross of £146.5K, although this is a 32% drop from last weekend.

This gives the movie a 3 week total of just over £1 Million, not bad for a movie which can onto VOD day and date with cinema.

The Elfkins

Both new releases in the top 5 this weekend were children's film and this Ute von Munchow-Pohl directed movie lands at 5 with £131.3K on its debut.

Cinemas across the globe are starting to re-open and a trickle of figures are starting to emerge, and before we get an official global box office lets take a look at what still doing well across the globe.

These figure and generated from various sources and collaborations and are the closest we can get to an global top 10 during the ongoing pandemic, these charts by their nature are fluid and change as the week goes on, we will change this report to reflect the changes.

Here is a look at this week top 5.

The Invisible Man

Led by drive-in theatres in the US the Blumhouse Productions horror movie is still doing well across the globe despite being available on VOD for a couple of months now.

The movie take $450K this week and has taken $129 Million global since first released 15 weeks ago.

The Real Exorcist

The Japanese film has been around for a few weeks now on the charts from Japan and this week tops the charts in that teretory and is at number 2 on the global charts with $397k.

The film has a global total gross of $4.3 Million after 5 weeks of release.

Little Women

Greta Gerwigs adaptation movie spends another week on the global box office and sits at number 3 this week with $384K pushing its global total to $214.6 Million.

Trolls World Tour

Despite being made available on VOD day and date with a theatrical release the animated sequel is at number 3 this week with $348K for a total gross of $3.3 Million.

Jumanji: The Next Level

Despite being released at the tail end of December the sequel movie starring Dwayne Johnson is still doing well in theatres and this week takes $327K pushings its total gross to $805.2 Million.

Infamous

No big new films are being released at the moment with the first being Mulan on 24th July (at the moment) which gives this low budget movie a change to be the top new film of the weekend with a debut gross of $160K from American drive in theatres.

Another week and another film debut's at the top of the UK video chart, this week we have the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in the remake/reboot film from last year debut at number 1.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was released at the UK box office on 17th October 2014 and took the number 1 spot on it's weekend of release.

It's debut gross was £4.8 million and over a 6 week box office chart run it gross a very respectable £13.8 million which makes it the 312th highest grossing film in the UK.

Globally the film did very well, in the US it took $273 million and globally it took $464 million making it the 147th highest grossing film ever.

Last weeks top film, Dracula Untold slips a single place to 2 this week.

Also new to the UK video chart is: The Book of Life at 4, The Babadook at number 6, Dolphin Tale 2 at number 9 and Alexander and The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day at 15.

At the US box office this week David Finchers Gone Girl retains it's position at the top despite some heavy competition from Dracula Untold.

On it's second week of release Gone Girl takes $26.8 million in box office takings to give it a 10 day, 2 weekend, total gross of $78.3 million.

Dracula Untold made a good attempt at beating it but it only managed to enter the box office at 2 this week after taking $23.5 million in box office takings.

Other new film on the American box office are
Alexander and The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day which enters at 3 with $19.1 million.
The Judge which surprisingly for a Robert Downey Jr. film enters at 5 with $13.3 million.
Addicted which enters at 7 with $7.6 million.
Meet the Mormons entering at 11 with $2.9 million.