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Curtis Taylor Jr.
Deena Jones
James 'Thunder' Early
Danny Glover
Marty Madison
Effie White
Anika Noni Rose
Lorrell Robinson
Keith Robinson
C.C. White
Sharon Leal
Michelle Morris
Hinton Battle
Mariah Iman Wilson
Yvette Cason
Ken Page
Max Washington
Ralph Louis Harris
Michael-Leon Wooley
Tiny Joe Dixon
Loretta Devine
Jazz Singer
Jerry Harris
Alexander Folk
Ronald White
Esther Scott
Aunt Ethel
Bobby Slayton
Miami Comic
Jordan Wright
Teddy Campbell
Dawnn Lewis
Melba Early
Jaleel White
Talent Booker
JoNell Kennedy
Sybyl Walker
Lesley Nicole Lewis
Stepp Sister
Eboni Nichols
Stepp Sister
Arike Rice
Stepp Sister
Fatima Robinson
Stepp Sister
Aakomon Jones
Little Albert
Bernard Fowler
Anwar Burton
Tyrell Washington
Rory O'Malley
Laura Bell Bundy
Anne Elizabeth Warren
Ivar Brogger
David Bennett
Daren A. Herbert
Jimmy's Piano Player
Jocko Sims
Elvis Kelly
Pam Trotter
Cleo King
Eddie Mekka
Club Manager
Alejandro Furth
Case Worker
Dilva Henry
TV Reporter
Vince Grant
American Bandstand Producer
Robert Cicchini
Nicky Cassaro
Thomas Crawford
TV Director
Charles Jones
Robert Curtis Brown
Technical Director
Stephanie Owens
Tania Williams
Gilbert Glenn Brown
Man with Gun
Marty Ryan
Michael Villani
Detroit Reporter
Gregg Berger
Chicago Deejay
Daniel Riordan
L.A. Deejay
David James
Paul Kirby
Promo Film Narrator
Derick Alexander
Security Guard
Yvette Nicole Brown
Curtis' Secretary
Nancy Anderson
Go-Go Dancer
Joelle Cosentino
Go-Go Dancer
Lisa Eaton
Go-Go Dancer
Clare Kutsko
Go-Go Dancer
Tracy Phillips
Go-Go Dancer
Kelleia Sheerin
Go-Go Dancer
Mykel Brooks
Campbell Connection Dancer
Johnny Erasme
Campbell Connection Dancer
Cory Graves
Campbell Connection Dancer
J.R. Taylor
Campbell Connection Dancer
Corinthea Henderson
Bad Side Dancer
Craig Hollamon
Bad Side Dancer
Reginald Jackson
Bad Side Dancer
Chuck Maldonado
Bad Side Dancer
Anthony Rue II
Bad Side Dancer
John Silver
Bad Side Dancer
Larry Sims
Bad Side Dancer
Black Thomas
Bad Side Dancer
Kevin Wilson
Bad Side Dancer
Adrian Wiltshire
Bad Side Dancer
Earl Wright
Bad Side Dancer
Russell Goofy Wright
Bad Side Dancer
Dominic Chaiduang
Disco Dancer
Jose Cueva
Disco Dancer
Omhmar Griffin
Disco Dancer
Sky Hoffmann
Disco Dancer
Trevor Lopez-Daggett
Disco Dancer
Leo Moctezuma
Disco Dancer
Gabriel Paige
Disco Dancer
Terrance Spencer
Disco Dancer
Tony Testa
Disco Dancer
Quinton Weathers
Disco Dancer
Jull Weber
Disco Dancer
Marcel Wilson
Disco Dancer
Stevie Ray Anthony
Jimmy's Band
Matthew Dickens
Jimmy's Band
Jerohn Garnett
Jimmy's Band
Mario Mosley
Jimmy's Band
Jimmy R.O. Smith
Jimmy's Band
Michael Cline
Reporter #2
Robert Amico
Italian Card Player
Erinn Anova
Felix J. Boyle
Grammy Award Stage Manager
Barry Brisco
Trombone Player
Erica Burton
Red Carpet Girl
Jacare Calhoun
Audience Member
Tene Carter Miller
Wahayn Inello Clayton
Theater Spectator
Curt Clendenin
Hotel Pool Patron
Barron Edwards
Boy #1
Alvin Ellie
Bad Side Pianist
Ashley Glenn
Disco Dancer
Justin Rodgers Hall
Bud Joseph Hebert
Stu James
Disco Dancer
Andre Johnson
Bar Patron
Harry Kallet
Julio Leal
Jason David McFadden
Deena's Bodyguard
Ian Novotny
Boxing Match Attendee
Kyra Oser
Disco Dancer
Jimmy Pardo
Damion Poitier
Man in D.C. Bar
Lamonte Rogers
Raquel Rosser
Fan at James Thunder Early Concert
Daisy Alexandra Sylbert-Torres
American Bandstand Dancer
George F. Watson
Silver Tie Music Producer in Final Audience with Marty Madison
Daniele Watts
Jamar Welch
Sax player
Robert Wheeler
Stage Manager
DeAngelo Wright
Secretary Job Seeker
Shane Wright
James Thunder Early Concert Fan
Debra Zane
Woman in Miami Beach Club
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Year: 2007
 130 minutes (2 hrs 10 mins)
UK release date UK release: 2nd February 2007
 BBFC Age Rating:  12A age rating
US release date US release: 25th December 2006
UK total gross
  £3.5 Million
US total gross
  $103.4 Million
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UK BBFC Certificate: 12A
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Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 4

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Historical chart

A year ago
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Five years ago
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Fifteen years ago
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Twenty years ago
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Twenty five years ago
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A fairly static top end of the box office charts leaves Sing at the top for a second consecutive weekend while the top new film os Rings right down at 7.

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Historical charts

A year ago
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Five years ago
Sleeper hit Chronicle entered the box office at the top it knocked War Horse down to 4 after 3 weeks at the top.

Ten years ago
Dreamgirls was the new film at the top of the box office, it knocked Blood Diamond down to number 2.

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Twenty years ago
The Frighteners spent its second weekend at the top and in a quiet weekend there were no new releases.

Twenty five years ago
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