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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban 2004

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

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Character
Harry Potter
Ron Weasley
Hermione Granger
Richard Griffiths
Uncle Vernon
Pam Ferris
Aunt Marge
Fiona Shaw
Aunt Petunia
Harry Melling
Dudley Dursley
Adrian Rawlins
James Potter
Geraldine Somerville
Lily Potter
Lee Ingleby
Stan Shunpike
Lenny Henry
Shrunken Head
Jimmy Gardner
Ernie the Bus Driver
Sirius Black
Jim Tavare
Tom the Innkeeper
Robert Hardy
Cornelius Fudge
Abby Ford
Young Witch Maid
Oliver Phelps
George Weasley
James Phelps
Fred Weasley
Chris Rankin
Percy Weasley
Mrs. Molly Weasley
Ginny Weasley
Mark Williams
Mr. Arthur Weasley
Professor Lupin
Devon Murray
Seamus Finnegan
Warwick Davis
Wizard
David Bradley
Argus Filch
Albus Dumbledore
Professor Severus Snape
Professor Minerva McGonagall
Rubeus Hagrid
Matthew Lewis
Neville Longbottom
Sitara Shah
Parvati Patel
Jennifer Smith
Lavender Brown
Tom Felton
Draco Malfoy
Bronson Webb
Slytherin Boy
Josh Herdman
Gregory Goyle
Genevieve Gaunt
Pansy Parkinson
Kandice Morris
Girl 1
Alfred Enoch
Dean Thomas
Dawn French
Fat Lady in Painting
Annalisa Bugliani
Mother in Portrait
Tess Bu Cuaron
Baby in Portrait
Violet Columbus
Girl With Flowers
Paul Whitehouse
Sir Cadogan
Professor Sybil Trelawney
Ekow Quartey
Boy 1
Rick Sahota
Boy 2
Jamie Waylett
Vincent Crabbe
Sharon Sandhu
Girl 2
Danielle Tabor
Angelina Johnson
Julie Christie
Madame Rosmerta
Freddie Davies
Old Man in Portrait
Peter Best
The Executioner
Peter Pettigrew
Ian Brown
Man in the Leaky Cauldron Reading Book
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2004
 142 minutes (2 hrs 22 mins)
Certificates

PG age rating

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban PG age rating 
Release dates
UK release date UK release: 31st May 2004
US release date US release: 4th June 2004
Ireland release date Ireland release: 31st May 2004
Total grosses
UK total gross
United Kingdom Flag  £45.6 Million
US total gross
United States Flag  $249.5 Million
Global total gross
Global Flag  $797.4 Million
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Last viewed:
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£45,615,949
55
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
56

US total gross
$249,541,069
137
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Global total gross
$797,361,618
92
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: PG
Genres
UK Box Office Info

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 29

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
1N
£9,508,349
£23,882,688
1▲▼
£4,391,262
£31,557,411
1▲▼
£3,374,330
£36,501,923
1▲▼
£2,029,289
£39,698,204
2
£1,213,472
£41,943,041
4
£799,364
£43,340,179
5
£396,433
£44,131,488
6
£293,312
£44,805,931
9
£131,099
£45,217,254
12
£73,615
£45,447,546
15
£60,659
£45,615,949
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Re-Release
53
£230
£230
18
£5,006
£5,236
14
£10,660
£15,896
18
£8,697
£24,593
20
£7,535
£32,128
31
£1,919
£34,047
20
£6,430
£40,477
28
£1,136
£41,613
24
£3,453
£45,066
20
£3,349
£48,415
47
£622
£49,037
20
£19,049
£68,086
40
£1,002
£69,088
42
£1,021
£70,109
20
£351
£70,460
21
£18,875
£18,875
23
£29,643
£48,518
37
£1,611
£1,611
US Box Office Info

Highest US chart position: 1

Weeks on US box office: 12

US Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
$93,687,367
$93,687,367
1▲▼
$34,910,393
$157,975,042
3
$18,027,466
$190,925,253
6
$11,247,412
$211,537,548
7
$5,938,474
$223,117,013
11
$4,052,317
$232,795,692
12
$2,758,045
$238,344,679
12▲▼
$1,677,458
$241,770,359
17
$989,449
$243,910,542
19
$728,248
$245,332,214
23
$451,429
$246,244,214
57
$23,837
$249,475,676
Global Box Office Release Breakdown
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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.

JK Rowling unleashes her vision of the Wizarding World beyond the mega successful life of Harry Potter in the shape of Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them which enters the top with great but not excellent opening weekend.

A £15 million debut is nothing to be sniffed at, and it is the 20 top opening in the UK ever, but only 2005's Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire scored a lower opening of the Potter series.

Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban from 2004 was the biggest Potter opening with £23.8 million on its debut and is the 3rd top opening ever in the UK.

Fantastic Beasts has some big shoes to fill and with the very favourable reviews it could be a long and slow burner, but in less than 4 weeks Star Wars does the same and expands its universe which will have a knock on effect.

Arrival entered the box office at number 1 last week and falls to number 2 this week with £1.5 million which brings its total to £5.7 million after 10 days of play, its should overtake Prisoners as director Denis Villeneuve top film.

Only one other new entry this week, Andre Rieu Christmas With Andre, and event cinema, at number 4, it took just over £1 million.

Bridget Jones's Baby was once again the longest running film on the chart at 10 weeks and the top total grossing move with £47 million.

Historical charts

A year ago
The last Hunger Games film, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, made its debut at the top knocking off Spectre after a 3 week sting at number 1.

Five years ago
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 made its debut at the top of the box office knocking off Arthur Christmas.

Ten years ago
Casino Royale made its debut at number 1, it knocked off 2 week champ Borat: Cultural Learnings of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan.

Fifteen years ago
The Wizarding Word started its cinematic transition with Harry Potter and The Philosophers Stone making its debut at the top, its knocked The Others down to 2.

Twenty years ago
The First Wives Club took over at the top of the box office, Michael Collins fell to number 2.

Twenty five years ago
making its debut at the top was What About Bob, Dead Again fell to number 3 after 3 weeks at the top.

Its been an interesting week in the UK with the release of the latest James Bond movie Spectre, most unusual of all is that the film got its release after its UK premiere on Monday night rather than the usual Friday.

This opening meant that its weekend figures, although fantastic, were not a true reflection of the usual take on a debut weekend.

To cut a long story short Spectre has done amazingly well, it has the largest UK opening of any film, beating Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban 10 year record by nearly double, it also has the biggest single day gross for any film in the UK, Tuesday and in fact Wednesday.

The films weekly take, from its opening on Monday through to Sunday was £41.3 million, not only the highest ever but also higher than the previous Bond outing Skyfall, which is the highest grossing film ever in the UK.

Its Friday to Sunday total is just shy of £20 million which puts it just behind Skyfall, but that film opened on a Friday, its hard not to believe that Spectre wouldn't have beaten all these figure had it opened on the traditional Friday.

Spectre thus makes its debut at the top of the UK box office with an incredible weekly gross and with no film daring to compete with it, it is also the only new entry on the box office this week, and with very few new film in the coming weeks it will stay a while.

All thats left now is for it to become the top grossing film ever in the UK, it needs over £102 million to achieve this, but with the debut it is entirely possible.

Historical box office

A year ago
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles held onto the top of the box office for another week which meant Ouija had to make to with a number 2 debut.

Five years ago
The Saw franchise continued it Halloween releases and debuted at number 1 with Saw 3D, Despicable Me fell to number 2.

Ten years ago
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of The Were-Rabbit made it another week at the top of the box office with Saw II debuting at number 3.

Fifteen years ago
Disneys Dinosaur went back to the top of the box office meaning What Lies Beneath fell to number 2, highest new film was Book of Shadows Blair Witch 2.

Twenty years ago
To Die For made its debut at the top of the box office leaving Clueless to fall into second place.

Twenty five years ago
Ghost extended its run at the top of the box office by another week with the highest new film at number 4 in the shape of Goodfellas.

Mrs. Brown's Boys D'Movie holds on for a second week on top of the UK box office, this week with little competition from the new realises.

Brendan O'Carroll transvestite creation takes a second week gross of £2.2 million which gives it a 10 day gross (2 weekends) of £9.3 million, not bad really.

With little movement on the box office worth mentioning is How To Train Your Dragon 2, still on previews it took £475,270 over the weekend, it has now taken £1.5 million before it's official release on Friday.

Another film doing this is Transformers: Age of Extinction which had previews from Saturday evening and took £s;4.7 million and would have been the top film, this will be added to the opening gross next week so the film WILL be number 1.

Highest new film of the week is Tammy which we all had high hopes for but in the end struggled to get a top 5 entry with £471,429 over the weekend.

The only other new film this week is The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window and Disappeared at 11.

Looking back

A Year ago Despicable Me was still a the top of the UK box office keeping Now You See Me from the top meaning it debuted at 2.

Five years ago Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs was the new top film which it did on it's debut week of release.

Ten years ago number one and highest new film was Shrek 2 which knocked Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban from the top.

Fifteen years ago The Mummy was still the top film in the UK while Sean Connery was the highest new entry at 2 with Entrapment.

Twenty yeas ago the original The Flintstones movie was the top film in the country for the month of July knocking Four Weddings and a Funeral from the top.

Twenty five years ago Batman was still the top film for the month of July but Indianan Jones and the Last Crusade and Licence to Kill were doing well.

As expected the movie version of Mrs. Browns Boys took the top spot at the UK box office, and with quite a strong margin over the rest.

On it's debut weekend Mrs. Brown's Boys D'Movie took an incredible £4.3 million, far higher than expected and proving that the Irish sit-com has quite a following.

I suspect that this is a fairly front loaded event and we could see it fall quite sharply, I dont think it has the lasting appeal of movie like The Inbetweeners Movie.

Falling to the runner up spot this week is The Fault in our stars which made £1.7 million from the weekend bringing it's 10 day gross to £6.7 million.

Other new film to chart this week are:
Chef at 5
How to Train Your Drans 2 (still only on previews) at 6
Walking on Sunshine at 7
Cold in July at 11
Ek Villain at 12
Punjab 1984 at 13

This time last year Despicable Me 2 hit the top of the box office on it's debut week of release, it would go on to be the top film in the UK of 2013, it knocked Man of Steel into 2nd place.

Five years ago Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen was still the top film in the UK and Year One with Jack Black was the highest new film at 3.

Ten years ago it was still Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban at the top while the top new film of the week was Tom Hanks on Lady Killers at 4.

Fifteen years ago Brendan Fraser made a big screen comeback in The Mummy which debuted at the top of the box office knocking The Matrix into the runner up spot after only a week.