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Paddington General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children. A PG film should not unsettle a child aged around eight or older. Unaccompanied children of any age may watch, but parents are advised to consider whether the content may upset younger, or more sensitive, children.

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Paddington

Directed by

Paul King

Starring

Actor
Character
Peter Capaldi
Imelda Staunton
Samuel Joslin
Matt King
Madeleine Harris
Tim Downie
James Bachman
Simon Farnaby
Ancuta Breaban
Michael Bond
Dominic Coleman
Barrie Martin
George Newton
Daniel Westwood
Will Smith
Jude Wright
Lauren Barrand
Madeleine Worrall
Matthew David McCarthy
Llewella Gideon
Alexander Bracq
Vic Waghorn
Jack Philips
Asim Chaudhry
Lottie Steer
Nigel Genis
Gary Douglas
Julie Vollono
Stuart Matthews
Toby Williams
Denis Khoroshko
Faith Elizabeth
Fabio Vollono
Bern Collaco
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2014
UK release date Released: 28th November 2014
 BBFC Age Rating:  PG age rating
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£37,965,541
82
Paddington
83

US total gross
$76,271,832
962
Paddington

Global total gross
$268,047,808
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Paddington
UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: PG
Genres
Popular in these countries
  •  United States
  •  United Kingdom
  •  Trinidad & Tobago
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 15

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£5,125,519
£5,125,519
1▲▼
£3,837,885
£10,332,911
2
£2,909,674
£14,306,197
2▲▼
£2,513,675
£18,120,879
3
£2,558,263
£23,959,025
3▲▼
£2,834,003
£30,818,050
5
£1,268,785
£32,834,123
5▲▼
£943,320
£34,067,531
6
£748,628
£34,975,237
7
£442,869
£35,517,698
11
£247,569
£35,826,188
10
£208,857
£36,110,763
12
£283,485
£36,950,556
14
£155,723
£37,242,841
15
£110,657
£37,456,182
Other Box Office History
13 March 2015
£88,197
27 March 2015
£56,132
3 April 2015
£37,663
10 April 2015
£47,151
17 April 2015
£28,713
24 April 2015
£19,271
1 May 2015
£12,744
8 May 2015
£9,526
15 May 2015
£14,791
22 May 2015
£8,410
29 May 2015
£6,407
5 June 2015
£180
12 June 2015
£421
19 June 2015
£3,274
26 June 2015
£2,279
3 July 2015
£700
10 July 2015
£48
17 July 2015
£377
24 July 2015
£9,737
31 July 2015
£436
7 August 2015
£286
21 August 2015
£636
4 September 2015
£1,718
6 November 2015
£8,803
11 December 2015
£9,720
18 December 2015
£6,839
25 December 2015
£1,512
1 January 2016
£2,885
3 July 2020
£1,465
10 July 2020
£1,375
27 November 2020
£100
Box Office Gross Flow
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