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Monica Bellucci
Andrew Scott
Rory Kinnear
Jesper Christensen
Alessandro Cremona
Stephanie Sigman
Tenoch Huerta
Adriana Paz
Domenico Fortunato
Marco Zingaro
Stefano Elfi DiClaudia
Ian Bonar
Tam Williams
Richard Banham
Pip Carter
Simon Lenagan
Alessandro Bressanello
Marc Zinga
Brigitte Millar
Adel Bencherif
Gediminas Adomaitis
Peppe Lanzetta
Francesco Arca
Matteo Taranto
Emilio Aniba
Benito Sagredo
Dai Tabuchi
George Lasha
Sargon Yelda
Andy Cheung
Erick Hayden
Oleg Mirochnikov
Antonio Salines
Miloud Mourad Benamara
Gido Schimanski
Nigel Barber
Patrice Naiambana
Stephane Cornicard
Gary Fannin
Sadao Ueda
Phillip Law
Wai Wong
Joseph Balderrama
Eiji Mihara
Junichi Kajioka
Victor Schefe
Harald Windisch
Tristan Matthiae
Detlef Bothe
Bodo Friesecke
Wilhelm Iben
Noemi Krausz
Noah Saavedra
Francis Attakpah
Michael Glantschnig
Marlon Boess
Marie Fee Wohlmuth
Lili Epply
Konstantin Gerlach
Lara Parmiani
Umit Ulgen
Amra Mallassi
Ziad Abaza
Walid Mumuni
Derek Horsham
Nari Blair-Mangat
Michael White
Adam McGrady
Nader Dernaika
Pezh Maan
Nad Abdoolakhan
Kim Adis
Adil Akram
Alister Albert
Julio Cesar Alvarez
Lasco Atkins
Omar Ayala
David Olawale Ayinde
Mohan Banerji
Steve Barnett
Mark Baxter
Paul Blackwell
Gerardo Bosco
Tom Bourlet
Matthew Brandon
Dante Briggins
Jill Buchanan
Oliver Cantu Lozano
Calvin Chen
Mahmud Chowdhury
Eric Coco
Maurisa Selene Coleman
Bern Collaco
Fabio Colonna
Marianna Dean
Christopher DeGress
Alan Del Castillo
Leigh Dent
Filip Dordievski
Steve Doyle
Daniel Eghan
Leila Elbahy
Marc Esse
Karl Farrer
Lucy Figueroa
Neve Gachev
David Georgiou
Tim Hammersley
Yumiko Hanasaka
Sam Hanover
Bunmi Hazzan
Romulus Hotea
David Howkins
Daniel Jones
Attila G. Kerekes
Kaveh Khatiri
Denis Khoroshko
Darryl Lane
Jorge Leon Martinez
Rogers Leona
Tyrone Love
Shaun Lucas
Johnny Lynch
Sid Man
Joanne Manchester
Gary Mancini
Sergio Mariano
Garry Marriott
Christopher Marsh
Nicholas Marshall
Alex Martin
Martyn Mayger
Pete Meads
Bradley Wj Miller
Haaris Mirza
Sandeep Mohan
Matija Matovic Mondi
Stefania Montesolaro
Arnold Montey
James M.L. Muller
Benjayx Murphy
Taylor Murphy
Michael Nicolae
Kumud Pant
Ashish Patel
Mac Pietowski
Justified Prince
Mike Ray
Michael Riedacher
Vuksan Rovcanin
Gloria Santillana
Jason Saunders
Linus Scheithauer
Conny Sharp
Stuart Shepherd-Garner
Weiwei Si
Ernesto Siller
Clem So
Daran Somers
Adrian South
Karol Steele
Daniel Stisen
Ellen Claire Sutherland
Phil Tillott
Winson Ting
Chuen Tsou
Romeo Visca
Tony Paul West
Paul Weston
Daniel Westwood
Chris Wilson
Gregg Wilson
Michael G. Wilson
Miroslav Zaruba
Ruolan Zhang
Dominic Zwemmer
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Year: 2015
 148 minutes (2 hrs 28 mins)
UK release date UK release: 26th October 2015
 BBFC Age Rating:  12A age rating
US release date US release: 6th November 2015
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The marketing push for No Time To Die, the 25th James Bond 007 movie, has started to kick in with just 3 months to go before its November 12th release, a new poster on Tuesday and a new trailer today starts what will be one of the biggest campaigns for a Bond movie, Daniel Craigs last.

The trailer gets going after a predictable first minute with Bond throwing himself off yet another high structure, it then starts to show a little promise without giving too much of the movie away, and as is standard with Bond movies trailers these days it shows off plenty of stunt work and it looks incredible.

The story as we know it has a retired Bond being approached by old friend Felix Leiter, played once again by Jeffrey Wright, to rid the word of a mysterious villain known simply as Safin, played by Rami Malek.

No Time To Die

Daniel Craig looks as dishevelled as Bond as ever, and in what looks like a promising move, maybe he's sharing the spotlight this time, as we know Lea Seydoux is returning as Madeleine Swann who Bond ended up with at the end of SPECTRE and she gets good screentime, also as we know Bond has retired in this movie and Lashana Lynch looks fantastic as Bonds replacement, and is she his equal?

After the movie got its release date movie due to the COVID-19 pandemic we don't have long to wait now until we get to see Daniel Craigs last ever outing as Bond, hankies at the ready.

With cinemas in the UK currently closed here is a weekly rundown of the UK box office chart headlines from the past 30 years.

A year ago (2019)

This weekend a year ago was quite momentous with Avengers: Endgame hitting the top on its debut weekend to take the crown from Spectre (2015) as the highest grossing debut in the UK.

With a total gross of £43.4 Million it was also the top total grossing film of the week.

The movie was directed by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo and stars Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans.

The film with the longest run was Captain Marvel which had been on the box office for 8 weeks.

Five years ago (2015)

Also making its debut at the top was Avengers: Age Of Ultron starring Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Hemsworth and directed by Joss Whedon

The film with the longest run was Home which had been on the box office for 6 weeks.

The top total grossing film of the week was Fast & Furious 7 which had taken £34.8 Million after 4 weeks of release.

Ten years ago (2010)

Another film making its debut at the top was Date Night starring Steve Carell and Tina Fey and directed by Shawn Levy

The longerst run on the box office and the top total grossing film was Alice In Wonderland which had taken £41.9 Million over 8 weeks of release.

Fifteen years ago (2005)

The number one film was The Interpreter which had been at the top for 2 weeks.

The top new film of the week was The Wedding Date directed by Clare Kilner and starring Debra Messing and Dermot Mulroney which entered the box office at number 3.

The longerst run on the box office and the top total grossing film was Hitch which had taken £16.8 Million over 7 weeks of release.

Twenty years ago (2000)

Making its debut at the top was Kevin And Perry Go Large starring Harry Enfield and Kathy Burke and directed by Ed Bye

The film with the longest run was American Beauty which had been on the box office for 13 weeks.

The top total grossing film of the week was Toy Story 2 which had taken £43 Million after 11 weeks of release.

Twenty five years ago (1995)

The number one film was Muriels Wedding which had been at the top for 2 weeks.

The top new film of the week was Before Sunrise directed by Richard Linklater and starring Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy which entered the box office at number 13.

The film with the longest run was The Shawshank Redemption which had been on the box office for 10 weeks.

The top total grossing film of the week was Rudyard Kiplings The Jungle Book which had taken £7.4 Million after 10 weeks of release.

Thirty years ago (1990)

The number one film was Look Who's Talking which had been at the top for 4 weeks and with a total gross of £9.4 Million it was also the top total grossing film.

The top new film of the week was The Krays directed by Peter Medak and starring Billie Whitelaw and Tom Bell which entered the box office at number 3.

Avengers: Endgame was always going to open big, and on its 4 day opening weekend, including Thursday previews, the film gains the top opening weekend in the UK beating Spectre who gained it in 2015.

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Avengers: Endgame

The latest Marvel movie, and end of this phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, took a gigantic £43.4 million on its debut weeekend.

Spectre in 2015 took the title with a 7 day opening, Monday - Sunday, so this is actually more impressive.

The film opened higher than expectation and we will be watching over the coming weeks to see if the film continues to gross well and beat Star Wars: The Force Awakens £123 million total gross, the highest in the UK.


Tim Burtons live action remake continues to do well at the UK box office and remains at number 2 this week with £1.02 Million.

This pushes the films total UK gross to £23.3 million after 5 weeks of release, comparatively the film is doing better in the UK than many other countries.

Wonder Park

The animated film climbs from 7 back to number 3 on its 3rd weekend of release with a £454,366 weekend, pushing its total to £3.8 million.

Red Joan

The Judi Dench starring film also climbs this week to number 4 with a weekend of £420,629 which now puts its total gross at £1.5 million.


The DC Captain Marvel falls from the top to number 5 this week with the Marvel film giving people their super hero fix.

The film takes £398,317 on its 4th weekend and it sits at £12.8 million in total grosses.

Captain Marvel

There was a thought that the other Marvel super hero film on release at the moment would get a boost from Avengers: Endgame but in reality the film falls to 6 on its 8th week of release, its total gross is £38.8 million.

Eighth Grade

Praised by critics this coming of age drama from director Bo Burnham lands on the box office at number 10 with £144,923, it did go up agains Avengers: Endgame!

Danny Boyle has left as director of the next James Bond movie in an announcement today on the official James Bond Twitter page.

Daniel Craig is still set to play the British secret agent despite stating during the Spectre press circuit that he would be leaving, although this is due to be his last film in the role.

It is a real shame Boyle is leaving as his unique directing style would be good for the long running series, but this may be why he is leaving as producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli have cited creative differences for his departure.

Maybe they should be looking to previous director Sam Mandes to come back one more time or look to Gurinder Chadha or Sarah Gavron to creatively change things.

Lets hope Boyle comes back in the future to direct a film in the long running series as his Bond would be a good movie.

Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens is the top selling home video in the UK during 2016 followed by the Bond film Spectre.

Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens was a massive hit at the UK box office during the latter part of 2015 and is the highest grossing movie of 2016, despite being released in 2015! On the same note Spectre was a massive hit at the UK box office in 2015, in fact it was the highest grossing movie of 2015.

Surprise hit Deadpool is the third best selling movie of 2016 with the independent film Legend based on the story of the Krays being the fourth.

Finishing off the top 5 is The Lady in The Van, based on the life of writer Alan Bennett and starring Maggie Smith the film was a big hit at the UK box office although not across the globe.

Here is the top 10 best selling home videos of 2016 in the UK.

  1. Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens
  2. Spectre
  3. Deadpool
  4. Legend
  5. The Lady in The Van
  6. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2
  7. The Martian
  8. Captain America: Civil War
  9. The Revenant
  10. The Jungle Book