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Django Unchained

Directed by


Kerry Washington
Samuel L. Jackson
Walton Goggins
Dennis Christopher
James Remar
David Steen
Dana Michelle Gourrier
Nichole Galicia
Laura Cayouette
Ato Essandoh
Sammi Rotibi
Clay Donahue Fontenot
Escalante Lundy
Miriam F. Glover
Don Johnson
Franco Nero
James Russo
Tom Wopat
Don Stroud
Russ Tamblyn
Amber Tamblyn
Bruce Dern
M.C. Gainey
Cooper Huckabee
Doc Duhame
Lee Horsley
Zoe Bell
Michael Bowen
Robert Carradine
Jake Garber
Ted Neeley
James Parks
Tom Savini
Michael Parks
John Jarratt
Quentin Tarantino
Amari Cheatom
Keith Jefferson
Marcus Henderson
Lil Chuuch
Louise Stratten
Kim Robillard
Shana Stein
Shannon Hazlett
Jack Lucarelli
Victoria Thomas
Sharon Pierre-Louis
Christopher Berry
Kim Collins
Dane Rhodes
Rex Linn
Michael Bacall
Ronan Hice
Ned Bellamy
David Coennen
Danile Watts
Jon Eyez
Omar J. Dorsey
Evan Parke
Craig Stark
Ritchie Montgomery
Nicholas Dashnaw
Jarrod Bunch
Edrick Browne
Kerry Sims
Jamal Duff
Todd Allen
Lewis Smith
Keniaryn Mitchell
Jakel Marshall
Carl Singleton
Ashley Toman
Spuds McConnell
Monica Renee Anderson
Deborah Ayorinde
Carl Bailey
Marsha Stephanie Blake
Kesha Bullard
Edward J. Clare
Takara Clark
Sonny Clary
Ross P. Cook
Jordon Michael Corbin
Mike DeMille
Kimberley Drummond
J.D. Evermore
Gregory Allen Gabroy
Gary Grubbs
Justin Hall
William Hudson
Tenaj L. Jackson
Kasey James
Richie J. Ladner
Catherine Lambert
Skipper Landry
Elton LeBlanc
Sandra Linz
Cindy Mah
Chuck Murphy
Johnny Otto
Kel Owens
Belinda Owino
Matthew Parrott
Erin Pickett
Timothy Pickles
Kay Smith
Tristan Tierce
LaTeace Towns-Cuellar
Mark Ulano
Misty Upham
Glen Warner
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UK release date Released: 18th January 2013
 BBFC Age Rating:  18 age rating

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UK BBFC Certificate: 18
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UK Box Office Release Breakdown
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Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 7

UK Box Office Chart History
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Quentin Tarantine scores his biggest opening weekend in the UK with his new film Once Upon A Time In ... Hollywood as it makes its debut on the box office with last weeks number 1 falls to number 2.

Once Upon A Time ... In Hollywood

Starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt the fictional tale based around real life events in Hollywood in the late 1960's hits the top of the UK box office with a fantastic debut of £7.5 Million.

This is easily the best debut by a film from famed director Tarantino who's highest grossing film to date is Django Unchained from 2013.

The Lion King

Disneys remake falls to number 2 this week after re-taking the top spot last week with a £2.5 Million 5th weekend.

The films total UK gross is now £65.9 Million and its starting to knock on the door of Beauty And The Beast to be the top grossing Disney animated remake.

Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs And Shaw

The Fast & Furious franchise picture falls another place to number 3 this week with £1.4 Million on its 3rd weekend.

The film now has a total UK gross of £16.2 Million.

Dora And The Lost City Of Gold

Dora And The Lost City Of Gold

Based on the Nickelodeon educational cartoon Doara The Explorer this live action version has more to do with Indianan Jones than the source material.

The films built in audience took it to number 4 for its debut with a gross of £1.1 Million.

Toy Story 4

Pixars sequel movie sits at number this week with a weekend gross of £1 Million which takes its total UK gross to £61.2 Million after 9 weeks of release.

The Secret Life Of Pets 2

Re-entering the box office this week is the animated sequel movie which thanks to the British summer holidays is at number 14 this week with a total gross of £19.2 Million 13 weeks on the chart.

Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese top the charts this week as they debut their new collaboration The Wolf of Wall Street.

The film takes over at the top taking a reasonable £4,655,984 from it's opening weekend. Sliding to the runner up spot after a week at the top is fellow Oscar contender 12 years a Slave.

This time last year Les Miserables was still at the top of the chart with Django Unchained coming in as a new entry at two.

Five years ago Slumdog Millionaire was still riding the Oscar wave at the top while Will Smith debuted his latest film Seven Pounds at two.

Ten years ago The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King was still the top film in the UK with sci-fi drama Paycheck making it's debut at four.

Fifteen years ago Meet Joe Black took over the top spot at the box office on it's debut with the previous weeks top film Star trek: Insurrection falling to four.

It's 3 weeks at the top of the Box Office for Les Miserable this week with competition from 2 other Oscar contenders proving not enough to remove it.

A strong 3rd weekend gross of £4 million brings the total gross to £24.6 million for the musical.

With Django Unchained staying put at number 2 it meant that highest new film Lincoln entered the chart at 3. The Spielberg directed bio-pic of the famous president managed £s;1.7 million on it's debut.

This time last year another Spielberg film was holding firm at the top of the box office, War Horse took just over 2 million pound for the weekend. The highest new film was George Clooney in The Descendants which took £1.8 million and landed at 2.

Five years ago Tim Burtion directed Johnny Depp in the music version of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street which debuted at the top with £4.5 million for the weekend.

Ten years ago it was a fairy static top five with Eminem holding the top spot with 8 Mile and £2.5 million for the weekend, you had to look as low as 5 for a new film, I, Spy with Eddie Murphy and Owen Wilson debuted there with £0.8 million.

Fifteeen year ago was the debut weekend for what would become the highest grossing film of all time for twelve years, Titanic debuted at number 1 with £4.8 million, interestingly not a blockbusting debut.