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The Future

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Directed by

Miranda July

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Miranda July
Hamish Linklater
David Warshofsky
Isabella Acres
Joe Putterlik
Angela Trimbur
Mary Passeri
Kathleen Gati
Clement von Franckenstein
Tonita Castro
D.A. Sandoval
Mark Atteberry
Frank Langley
Erinn K. Williams
Oona Mekas
Ryker Baloun
Olivia Thiering
Taylor Cosgrove Scofield
Sara Rodier
Brittney Hewitt
Matthew Dunn
Bru Muller
Aubree Knecht
Samantha Milazzo
Andy Forrest
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Year: 2011
UK release date UK release: 4th November 2011
 BBFC Age Rating:  12 age rating
UK total gross
  £21.6 Thousand

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Wrath of Man

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Those Who Wish Me Dead

Making its debut at number 3 this weekend is the new movie starring Angelina Jolie which takes $2.8 Million.

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Demon Slayer the Movie: Mugen Train

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After a re-release in China the 2009 James Cameron movie Avatar has once again become the top grossing movie of all time after it was knocked down to second place by Avengers: Endgame in 2019.

The 3D spectacular became the top grossing movie of all time on its initial release, replacing another James Cameron directed movie Titanic, which had been there for 10 years.

Avatar was also at the top for 10 years before being replaced by Avengers: Endgame which narrowly grossed more than the $2.78 Billion Avatar took with a $2.79 Billion global gross.

It was clear that all it was going to take was a successful re-release of the Avatar movie to reclaim the top, and in a period of time when studios are being cautious about releasing new movies why not release a film which has already made its money?

The real big winner here is Disney, they of course own the Marvel Universe movies for which Avengers: Endgame is one and since the 20th Century Fox acquisition in 2019/2020 they also own the Avatar franchise, so are Disney now going to re-release the Avengers movie?

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It's the last chart of 2020 and after many delays this year Wonder Woman 1984 makes its debut in cinemas and tops the US box office.

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US box office Quickview

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  • Highest debut - Wonder Woman 1984 (@1)
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Wonder Woman 1984

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Promising Young Woman

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Two By Two: Overboard!

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Tenet

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