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Nine 2009


Directed by


Marion Cotillard
Sophia Loren

12 age rating
Release dates
UK release date UK release: 18th December 2009
Total grosses
UK total gross
United Kingdom Flag  £3.3 Million
US total gross
United States Flag  $19.7 Million
Global total gross
Global Flag  $54 Million
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First viewed:
14th Mar 2016
Last viewed:
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 12
UK Box Office Info

Highest chart position: 5

Weeks on box office: 16

UK Box Office Chart History
US Box Office Info

Highest US chart position: 8

Weeks on US box office: 7

US Box Office Chart History
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News from around the web

Sony have released a new trailer for the Jason Reitman directed Ghostbusters: Afterlife which hit all Ghostbusters fans over the head with the nostalgia stick.

The first thing you notice about this trailer is the serious and horror tone of the movie, I know the originals were horror comedies, but this seems more like a Stranger Things style horror movie.

But saying that it looks like its going to be a lot of fun and the new kids do a great job of stepping into the Ghostbusters shoes.

As for the nostalgia, Annie Potts' Janine Melnitz turns up to give some wisdom about why Dr. Egon Spengler moved to a small American town, I hope she has a bigger role than the trailer suggest.

Also we see plenty of the old Ghostbusters equipment, a photo of the 4 originals, and the advert from the original movie plays throughout, and we get to see Paul Rudd have a strange Stay Puff Marshmallow Man experience in a supermarket!

Then in the end we get to see what is presumably Dr. Raymond Stantz, who seems to have the same phone number used in the original movie.

The movie gets a release on 12th November in the UK and a day eariler in America.

What were the big movies hitting the UK box office over the last 30 year?

Each week we present a rundown of the UK box office chart headlines on this same week from last year to 1990.

A year ago (2019)

No. 1 movie:
Joker which had been at the top for 4 weeks and with a total gross of £46.7 Million it was also the top total grossing film.

Highest Debut:
Terminator: Dark Fate directed by Tim Miller and starring Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger which entered the box office at number 2.

Longest run:
Downton Abbey which had been on the box office for 7 weeks.

Five years ago (2015)

No.1 movie:
Hotel Transylvania 2 which had been at the top for 2 weeks.

Highest debut:
Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension directed by Gregory Plotkin and starring Chris J. Murray and Brit Shaw which entered the box office at number 3.

No. 1 and top total grossing:
Minions which had taken £46.7 Million over 15 weeks of release.

Ten years ago (2010)

No. 1 and Highest debut:
Paranormal Activity 2 starring David Bierend and Brian Boland and directed by Tod Williams

No. 1 and top total grossing:
The Other Guys which had taken £8 Million over 6 weeks of release.

Fifteen years ago (2005)

No. 1 movie:
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit which had been at the top for 2 weeks and with a total gross of £16.7 Million it was also the top total grossing film.

Highest Debut:
Nanny Mcphee directed by Kirk Jones and starring Emma Thompson and Colin Firth which entered the box office at number 2.

Longest run:
Pride And Prejudice which had been on the box office for 6 weeks.

Twenty years ago (2000)

No. 1 and highest debut:
What Lies Beneath starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Katharine Towne and directed by Robert Zemeckis

No. 1 and top total grossing:
Snatch which had taken £12.1 Million over 8 weeks of release.

Twenty five years ago (1995)

No. 1 and highest debut:
Nine Months starring Hugh Grant and Julianne Moore and directed by Chris Columbus

No. 1 and top total grossing:
Batman Forever which had taken £20.7 Million over 14 weeks of release.

Thirty years ago (1990)

No. 1 movie:
Ghost which had been at the top for 4 weeks and with a total gross of £21.1 Million it was also the top total grossing film.

Highest Debut:
Goodfellas directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Robert De Niro and Ray Liotta which entered the box office at number 4.

Longest run:
Die Hard 2: Die Harder which had been on the box office for 11 weeks.

In a summer of superheroes, Apes and Pirates it was a was film which out grossed everything with few stars but a visionary director who is a master of storytelling.

Christopher Nolan has become one of the most prolific directors in modern cinema and he took the moving story of Dunkirk to the top over the summer to the tune of £53 million.

It was by far the top film of the summer season with the closest competitor at number 2 Spider-Man Homecoming which brought home just why of £30 million.

Next up is the highest grossing film ever from a female director in the shape of Wonder Woman which grossed £22 million while the apes rules at number 4 with War For The Planet of The Apes grossing £20 million.

IN recent years a new Pirates of the Caribbean film would have meant big money but Pirates of The Caribbean: Salazars Revenge came in at 5 with under £20 million, far less than previous entries.

Looking further down the top films of the summer in the UK Guardians of The Galaxy Vol 2 was the sixth top film while Alien: Covenant was the seventh and Baby Driver the eight.

Rounding out the top 10 is The Emoji Movie at nine and finally Cars 3 at number ten, another film which is suffering from series fatigue and has done far worse than the others in the series.

Looking forward to the holiday season ahead we can expect top film from IT to Kingsman The Golden Circle, Blade Runner 2049 to Thor: Ragnarok and Justice League to Star Wars: The LAst Jedi.

In the US this week DC comics and Warner Bros. took their anti-hero movie Suicide Squad to the top of the box office in record style on its debut.

For a movie released in August Suicide Squad has now become the first film to take over $100 on its debut, its total gross for the weekend (including Thursday previews) is $135 million.

Last weeks top film, Jason Bourne, takes a tumble to number 2 this week with $22.7 million, its total over the 10 days since release is $103 million.

Putting themselves up against Suicide Squad this week was Nine Lives which enters at number 6 with $6.5 million.

Highest grossing movie and longest run on the US box office this week is The Secret Life of Pets which has now made $319 million over 5 weeks.

This weekend in the US we see Star Trek toppled from the top of the box office after only a week and Jason Bourne come storing into its place.

Nine years after Matt Damon left the series, and four years after the last movie Jason Bourne, directed by Paul Greengrass, is the top film in America.

The Bourne Legacy starring Jeremy Renner wasn't that well received in America taking just $113 million but The Bourne Ultimatum, the last film staring Damon, was and took $227 million.

This new chapter takes $60 million on its debut so if off to a good start and will join the top grossing movies in the series.

Star Trek Beyond falls from the top after only a week taking $24 million on its second weekend on release and grosses $105.7 million after 10 days.

Also new this week is Bad Moms starring Mila Kunis at number 3 and Nerve starring Emma Roberts at number 8.

Longest run on the box office and highest total grossing movie this week is Finding Dory, 7 weeks and $469 million.