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Signs

Signs

Directed by

Starring

Actor
Character
Rory Culkin
Cherry Jones
M. Night Shyamalan
Patricia Kalember
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2002
UK release date Released: 13th September 2002
 BBFC Age Rating:  12 age rating

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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£16,084,656
376
Signs
377

US total gross
$227,966,634
154
Signs

Global total gross
$408,247,917
292
Signs
UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 12
Genres
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  •  United Kingdom
  •  Spain
  •  Mexico
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 8

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£3,767,713
£3,767,713
1▲▼
£2,657,379
£8,063,752
1▲▼
£1,877,796
£11,021,673
3
£1,348,508
£13,158,087
4
£830,356
£14,462,720
5
£447,076
£15,197,322
7
£285,421
£15,813,140
12
£114,158
£16,084,656
Box Office Gross Flow
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2.7M
1.9M
1.3M
830.4K
447.1K
285.4K
114.2K

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2002

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2002

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As the UK box office starts to show signs of recovering fro the 3 month closure the Russel Crowe starrring Unhinged is the top new film at number 1.

It was a busy weekend for the box office as alongside the 'catalogue' re-releases there were 5 new released and the ususal spattering of older hang over movies.

Here is a break down of the top 5 movies in the UK 31st July - 2nd August 2020.

Unhinged

Russel Crowe stars in this dramatic thriller about a man who terrorises a woman after a seemingly innocent altercation, the movie takes £175.2K on its debut weekend.

Onward

Pixars latest animated movie drops to number 2 this week after 8 weeks on the box office with £58.9K which gives the film a total UK gross of £5.6 Million.

100% Wolf

100% Wolf

A new animated tale from Australia about a young boy from a werewolf family who wants to become a most fearsome creature ever.

The Alexs Stadermann directed movie takes £33.1K on its debut weekend.

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back

Still holding its head high on its 40th anniversary re-release the Star Wars sequel takes £31.1K this weekend pushing its total to £22.9 Million in the UK.

The Vigil

Finally in the top 5 is this horror film directed by Keith Thomas which makes its debut on the UK box office with £30.3K.

With US cinemas still showing no signs of fully re-opening due a massive surge i the COVID-19 pandemic the box office figures are still largely relying on drive-ins

This week the low budget Relic hits the top of the 'box office' on its debut with the rest of the charts moving around but the numbers are all quite small!

Here is a rundown of the top 5 movies in the US 3rd - 5th July 2020.

Relic

Directed by Natalie Erika James on her debut this low budget horror movie stars Emily Mortimer and takes $192K on its debut and is the top movie of the week.

The Wretched

The Wretched

The movie has now surely reached cult status and has been the most dominant movie during the pandemic closures and this week it moves back to number 2 with $25K.

After 10 weeks the movie has now made $1.6 Million at the US box office.

Followed

The Antoine Le directed movie is at 3 this week with $23K and after 3 weeks has taken $423K.

Becky

5 weeks in and the Lulu Wilson starring movie takes $20K for the weekend and $903K in total.

Miss Juneteenth

Channing Godfrey Peoples directs this movie about a black beauty pageant which takes $11K this week for a 2 week total of $70K.

The UK is starting to show signs of coming out of the COVID-19 lockdown and maybe the home entertainment chart reflects this as 1917 goes back to the top and the highest new film is The call of The Wild at number 6.

Here is a breakdown of the top 7 home entertainment titles in the UK.

1917

Sam Mendes highly praised war movie goes back to the top of the home entertainment charts on its 3rd week of release.

The movie is still the top grossing film at the UK box office for 2020 having taken £43 Million to date.

Bad Boys For Life

The Will Smith and Martin Lawrence buddy cop movie falls to number 2 this week after making its debut at the top.

THe movie is still the 5th top box office movie of 2020 with a gross of £16 Million.

Onward

Pixars latest movie stays at number 3 on its third weekend of release after its theatrical release was cut short and it only spent 2 weeks at the box office.

Still the movie made over £5 Million and is the 17th top film of 2020.

Star Wars The Rise Of Skywalker

The final Skywalker Saga Star Wars movie is at number 4 on its 6th week of release, the film was release in 2019 but it still manages to take £18 Million in 2020 and is the 3rd top grossing film of the year.

Little Women

Greta Gerwig's movie adaptation is at 5 this week on its second weekend of release, a 2019 film it is the 4th top grossing film of 2020 with £17.7 Million is box office grosses.

The Call Of The Wild

The Call Of The World

Highest new film of the week is at number 6, the Harrison Ford movie was released at the UK box office on 21st February 2020 where it entered at number 4.

The movies box office run was cut short but still managed to take a respectable £2.7 Million and is the 19th top film of 2020.

Cats

The critically panned Tom Hooper directed makes its home entertainment debut at number 7 this week.

The movie hit the UK box office on 20th December 2019 where it entered at number 2 with £3.2 Million.

The film didn't have a bad box office run, it spend 5 weeks on the chart and has taken nearly £12 Million, it is the 17th top grossing film of 2020 having made £4.7 Million.

Here is the top 10 home entertainment movies for the week 22nd May - 2nd June 2020.

  1. 1917
  2. Bad Boys For Life
  3. Onward
  4. Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker
  5. Little Women
  6. The Call Of The Wild
  7. Cats
  8. Frozen II
  9. Jumanji: The Next Level
  10. Jojo Rabbit

With the first quarter of the year over and most of the cinemas closed across the US it a good time to pause for a moment and take a look at the top film during the first 3 months of 2020.

Bad Boys For Life

Twenty five years after the first teaming of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence first hit cinemas the third film in the buddy cop movie beats all expectations.

The movie was a mega smash at US box office with a total gross of $204 Million, and it was still at cinemas before the close down.

1917

The movie was the hot tip to sweep the Oscars this year before everyone decided Parasite was the better film, but it didn't hurt Sam Mandes War Drama at the box office.

The movie was still a hit and pulled in a very good $158 Million at the US box office.

Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker

Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker

Despite getting a very mixed reaction from the Star Wars hard core, the much hailed end of the saga movie still pulled in the audiences with over $500 Million in the US box office in total.

In 2020 the movie took and impressive $153 Million.

Sonic The Hedgehog

Despite the early signs suggest this would be a flop the redesign of the main character Sonic pushed it to a $145 Million US gross.

Jumanji: The Next Level

Dwayne Johnsons sequel to the smash hit Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle didn't quite hit the same note but it was still a smash hit taking $141 Million in 2020, it has taken $316 Million in total.

Birds Of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn)

Warner Bros. were maybe expecting a bit more from the Harley Quinn movie but it still managed a quite respectable $84 Million, no flop but no smash hit.

Little Women

Greta Gerwig's adaptation of the classic novel was praised by critics and audiences alike and took $78 Million in the first quarter of 2020 in the US, it has taken $108 Million in total.

Dolittle

This Robert Downey Jr. vehicle was never going to reach the heights of anything with Iron Man in but the film still did better than expected considering the bad reviews, it took $77 Million.

The Invisible Man

The Invisible Man

Just creeping in before the American coronavirus shutdown the Universal monster movie took a very respectable $64 Million, its box office run was cut short and the movie is now available on streaming services.

The Call Of The Wild

Harrison Ford went back to nature for this down to earth movie which held its own at the box office with a $62 Million total gross, again the movie was still doing well when cinemas closed their doors.

Cinema chains across the globe are taking drastic safety measures to keep the spread of coronavirus by closing up, in many countries until early April.

As seen by this weeks box office figures this weekends box office taking were down by up to 70% in some countries and the general public remain at home in self quarantine.

Now, by the request of many global governments, cinemas are closing their doors all together in order to keep the public safe and limit the spread of the virus.

If COVID-19 is controlled then we may see a reopening in the early days of April, but this will have a large impact on local and global box office.

Europe and America have a thriving cinema going population, and China which is starting to show signs of controlling the spread has one of the largest in the world.

More importantly many small independent cinemas might struggle to survive in the suggested 3 weeks of shutdown, and even with the large chains it might have a detrimental effect.

Time will tell but this could have lasting effect on movies at cinema while the home streaming benefit.