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Final Destination No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

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Final Destination

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Starring

Actor
Character
Devon Sawa
Kristen Cloke
Daniel Roebuck
Roger Guenveur Smith
Chad Donella
Seann William Scott
Tony Todd
Amanda Detmer
Brendan Fehr
Forbes Angus
Lisa Marie Caruk
Christine Chatelain
Barbara Tyson
Robert Wisden
P. Lynn Johnson
Larry Gilman
Guy Fauchon
Randy Stone
Mark Holden
Marrett Green
Fred Keating
John Hainsworth
Pete Atherton
Nicole Robert
Kristina Matisic
Dustin Brooks
Martin Christopher
Denis Corbett
Yolanda Corbett
Alessandro Juliani
James Kirk
Mark Marriott
Natasha Morley
Troy Yorke
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Year: 2000
UK release date UK release: 19th May 2000
 BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating
UK total gross
  £10.2 Million
US total gross
  $53.3 Million

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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£10,218,118
621
Final Destination
622

US total gross
$53,331,147
1488
Final Destination

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
Genres
Popular in these countries
  •  United Kingdom
  •  Turkey
  •  Spain
UK Box Office Info

Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 15

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
Final Destination
2N
£1,498,519
£1,498,519
2▲▼
£1,252,154
£3,487,919
2▲▼
£828,461
£5,341,172
2▲▼
£633,580
£6,354,512
2▲▼
£319,464
£6,956,851
3
£481,735
£7,679,479
5
£341,815
£8,277,369
7
£204,587
£8,691,037
10
£109,863
£8,936,144
11
£62,211
£9,068,048
13
£30,658
£9,146,144
8
£249,069
£9,460,895
9
£157,753
£9,830,223
12
£109,882
£10,061,867
15
£64,721
£10,218,118
US Box Office Info

Highest US chart position: 24

Weeks on US box office: 9

US Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
33N
$128,445
$51,770,049
58N
$42,767
$51,974,541
66
$24,402
$52,031,035
24
$214,051
$52,268,534
25
$179,234
$52,589,193
28
$150,388
$52,857,426
38
$91,690
$53,053,209
43
$72,204
$53,198,564
56
$52,675
$53,302,314
Global Box Office Release Breakdown
No Box Office Release Data
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