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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

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Jena Malone
Jeffrey Wright
Paula Malcomson
Stanley Tucci
Natalie Dormer
Evan Ross
Elden Henson
Wes Chatham
Eugenie Bondurant
Sarita Choudhury
Stef Dawson
Meta Golding
Patina Miller
Omid Abtahi
Joe Chrest
Michelle Forbes
Misty Ormiston
Kim Ormiston
Robert Knepper
Mark Jeffrey Miller
April Grace
David Hallyday
Linds Edwards
Thomas Blake Jr.
Cameron MacConomy
Desmond Phillips
Elle Graham
Lacy Dmitriew
Kate Rachesky
Phillip Troy Linger
Bear Lawrence
Theodore Lawrence
King
David London
Jasmine Ahnie
Kati Akins
Evan D. Anderson
Sue-Lynn Ansari
Alexander Araya Lopez
Phil Armijo
DeMarco Arrington
Trevor Bagwell
Preston Baker
Jonathan Billions
Samuel L. Billions
William David Billions
Jae Bireley
Sarah Blackman
Austin Bollinger
Bradley Bowen
Dante Briggins
Cameron Brinkman
DuRa Brown
Stephen Mackenzie Brown
Alyssa Riley Burrell
Robert Byron
Phil Cappadora
John M. Carpenter
Sandhya Chandel
Melissa Chandler
Marshall Choka
Charles William Cook
Kirk Crenshaw
Greg Crews
Courtney Dietz
Francis Dobrisky
Chandler Dollahite
Garrett H. Dumas
Jacklyn Edney
Michael Entrekin
Jason Lee Erickson
Izzy Fenech
Livi Fenech
Micky Francis
William Frasca
Marco Fuller
Joshua Geckles
Chelsey Gentry
Jeff Glover
Curtis Gordon
Danny M. Gray
Roderick Green
Grace Hartsfield
Robert Hatch
Roy Hawkins Jr.
Matt Hay
Rory Healy
Lauren Henneberg
Sarah Turner Holland
Ashley Hollins
Sean Householder
Raiden Integra
John Jaret
Clay Jeffries
Richard Jones
Stephanie Tyler Jones
Toby Jones
Katie Hartmann
Hannah Keeterle
Jesse Kindred
Nathan J Kress
Levi Krevinghaus
Kenley Krey
Evlin Lake
Sailor Larocque
Roy Larsen
Tobias Lauterberg
Jean Christophe Loustau
Luke Loveless
Jasmine Lowe
Jason Lyke
Corey Maher
Lucky Mangione
Kenneth Manos
Dominyck McCargo
Trey McGriff
Brigham McNeely
Taylor McPherson
Kayla Moore
Roger Neal
Jessica Padgett
Jessica Paidge
Justin Parks
Brayden Patterson
Michael J. Patterson
Darla Perez
Ej Peterson
Zane Pittman
Lou Ravelli
Scytorya Rhodes
Lilly Roberson
Emma Elle Roberts
Christabelle Rose
Nancy Sandlin
Gary Sievers
Ryan Stanley
Sandra Tauro
Dezirae Teal
Chris Theisinger
Agnes Thi-Mai
DeMark Thompson
Josh Tippey
Kyle Viveiros
Ikia Walker
Kathy Walton
Bailee Watters
Grace Marie Williams
Erick Wofford
Ilia Wolfe
Aja Wooldridge
Ashton Lee Woolen
Alexander Yassin
Jessica Yoshimura
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UK release date Released: 1st January 1970
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US total gross
$281,723,902
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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

Global total gross
$653,428,261
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  •  United Kingdom
  •  Ireland
UK Box Office Release Breakdown

Weeks on box office: 9

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£11,255,566
£11,255,566
1▲▼
£4,534,464
£19,323,711
1▲▼
£2,240,723
£23,321,491
1▲▼
£1,286,244
£25,496,552
5
£525,727
£26,671,519
7
£227,604
£27,482,402
8
£352,830
£28,462,748
8▲▼
£240,095
£28,865,260
13
£96,378
£29,046,986
Box Office Gross Flow
£
11.3M
4.5M
2.2M
1.3M
525.7K
227.6K
352.8K
240.1K

20th Nov
2015

27th Nov
2015

4th Dec
2015

11th Dec
2015

18th Dec
2015

25th Dec
2015

1st Jan
2016

8th Jan
2016

Cinema closures still effect the UK box office in 2020 so we take a look at past box office weeks over the last 30 years.

A year ago (2019)

No. 1 and highest debut:
Jumanji: The Next Level starring Dwayne Johnson and Jack Black and directed by Jake Kasdan

Longest run:
Home Alone which had been on the box office for 27 weeks.

Top total grossing:
Frozen II which had taken £38.3 Million after 4 weeks of release.

Five years ago (2015)

No.1 movie:
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 which had been at the top for 4 weeks.

Highest debut:
directed by and starring which entered the box office at number 5.

Top total grossing and longest run:
Spectre which had taken £92 Million over 7 weeks of release.

Ten years ago (2010)

No. 1 and Highest debut:
TRON Legacy starring Jeff Bridges and Garrett Hedlund and directed by Joseph Kosinski

Longest run:
Due Date which had been on the box office for 7 weeks.

Top total grossing:
Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 1 which had taken £44.4 Million after 5 weeks of release.

Fifteen years ago (2005)

No. 1 and highest debut:
King Kong starring Naomi Watts and Jack Black and directed by Peter Jackson

Longest run:
Nanny Mcphee which had been on the box office for 9 weeks.

Top total grossing:
Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire which had taken £42.3 Million after 5 weeks of release.

Twenty years ago (2000)

No. 1 and highest debut:
Meet The Parents starring Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller and directed by Jay Roach

Top total grossing and longest run:
Billy Elliot which had taken £16.6 Million over 12 weeks of release.

Twenty five years ago (1995)

No. 1 and highest debut:
Babe starring Christine Cavanaugh and Miriam Margolyes and directed by Chris Noonan

Longest run:
Crimson Tide which had been on the box office for 7 weeks.

Top total grossing:
Goldeneye which had taken £16 Million after 4 weeks of release.

Thirty years ago (1990)

No. 1 movie:
Home Alone which had been at the top for 1 weeks and with a total gross of £4.3 Million it was also the top total grossing film.

Highest Debut:
Miami Blues directed by George Armitage and starring Fred Ward and Alec Baldwin which entered the box office at number 3.

Longest run:
Betsys Wedding which had been on the box office for 8 weeks.

With the box office still in free fall for at least another weekend we take a look at the movies doing well in the UK over the past 20 years.

A year ago (2019)

No.1 movie:
Frozen II which had been at the top for 2 weeks.

Highest debut:
Knives Out directed by Rian Johnson and starring Daniel Craig and Chris Evans which entered the box office at number 2.

Top total grossing and longest run:
Joker which had taken £57.5 Million over 9 weeks of release.

Five years ago (2015)

No.1 movie:
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 which had been at the top for 2 weeks.

Highest debut:
The Good Dinosaur directed by Peter Sohn and starring Jeffrey Wright and Frances McDormand which entered the box office at number 2.

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

Top total grossing:
Spectre which had taken £88.4 Million after 5 weeks of release.

Ten years ago (2010)

No. 1 movie:
Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 1 which had been at the top for 3 weeks and with a total gross of £39.1 Million it was also the top total grossing film.

Highest Debut:
Megamind directed by Tom McGrath and starring Will Ferrell and Brad Pitt which entered the box office at number 2.

Longest run:
Despicable Me which had been on the box office for 8 weeks.

Fifteen years ago (2005)

No. 1 movie:
Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire which had been at the top for 3 weeks and with a total gross of £37 Million it was also the top total grossing film.

Highest Debut:
Keeping Mum directed by Niall Johnson and starring Rowan Atkinson and Kristin Scott Thomas which entered the box office at number 4.

Longest run:
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit which had been on the box office for 8 weeks.

Twenty years ago (2000)

No. 1 and highest debut:
How The Grinch Stole Christmas starring Jim Carrey and Taylor Momsen and directed by Ron Howard

Top total grossing and longest run:
Billy Elliot which had taken £16.1 Million over 10 weeks of release.

Twenty five years ago (1995)

No. 1 movie:
Goldeneye which had been at the top for 2 weeks and with a total gross of £12.2 Million it was also the top total grossing film.

Highest Debut:
Murder In The First directed by Marc Rocco and starring Christian Slater and Kevin Bacon which entered the box office at number 2.

Longest run:
Pocahontas which had been on the box office for 9 weeks.

Thirty years ago (1990)

No.1 movie:
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles which had been at the top for 2 weeks.

Highest debut:
Repossessed directed by Bob Logan and starring Linda Blair and Ned Beatty which entered the box office at number 2.

Top total grossing and longest run:
Ghost which had taken £23.3 Million over 9 weeks of release.

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

With the global release of any Star Wars films its going to feel like the world stops with baited breath watching how the film will perform, and this week is no different with the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

In the end Rogue One opens in the UK to £17 million, a very good opening and a shade above fellow splinter film Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.

When compared to Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens it doesn't compare, it is about half of the opening gross from this time last year, not surprising as there is less anticipation and this is Star Wars in uncharted territory.

There can be no complaining though, like Fantastic Beasts, we are going to get more of these films and as they find their feet and get fans then the grosses will grow and grow.

Fantastic Bests falls from the top after 4 weeks at number 1 to 3 and a weekend gross of £1.4 million, it is less than £10,000 behind the number 2 film Moana.

It has now taken £45 million in the UK and is the 39th top grossing film of all time.

With the new Star Wars film there were no other new films this week hitting the chart.

Longest running film this week is Trolls which has been around for 9 weeks and highest total grossing movie is Fantastic Beasts.

Historical chart

A year ago
A theme will start to emerge in the coming years is the Star Wars film at the top on this date and this time last year Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens was new at the top, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 fell hard to number 5.

Five years ago
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows made its debut at the top while Arthur Christmas fell to number 3.

Ten years ago
Happy Feet made it 2 weeks at the top while the top new film was Eragon at number 4.

Fifteen years ago
There was no moving Harry Potter and The Philosophers Stone as it stayed at the top for a 5th weekend while top new film was Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham at number 3.

Twenty years ago
101 Dalmatians made it to the top on its debut weekend while The Long Kiss Goodnight fell from the top to number 3.

Twenty five years ago
The Addams Family was new at the top while Point Break fell to number 4 after 3 week at number 1.

We are all taking a deep breath as this weekend approaches but until then Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them makes its fourth weekend at the top while top new film is Office Christmas Part which debuts at number 4.

Warner Bros. clearly released this new entry into the Wizarding World at the right time as the film adds another £2.7 million (£4.4 million across the week) to its total which now sits at £42.3 million.

Highest new film of the week if bromance comedy Office Christmas Party, it enters at number 4 with a debut gross of £1.2 million.

The film is a Christmas based movie and as such I suspect it will make a swift exit from the box office one the festive season is over.

Highest total grossing film on the chart this week is Fantastic beasts and the longest running film is Trolls which has now been around for 8 weeks.

It will be interesting to watch what happens over next week with the new entry in Star Wars, last years Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens had a £34 million debut weekend, with the reviews so far for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story are we looking at even better? Historical box office

A year ago
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 had its 4th weekend at the top and with the world waiting or the first Star Wars film in over a decade there were no new film inside the top 15, Peggy Guggenheim Art Addict was the top new film at number 25!

Five years ago
Puss in Boots starring Antonio Banderas was the top new film at number one, it knocked Arthur Christmas to number 2 after 4 weeks at the top.

Ten years ago
George Miller directed Happy Feet which was the top new film at number 1, it knocked off Casino Royale which fell to number 3 after 3 weeks at the top.

Fifteen years ago
Harry Potter and The Philosophers Stone remained at the top for a fourth weekend while the top new film was The 51st State starring Samuel L. Jackson at number 2.

Twenty years ago
Arnold Schwarzenegger was all festive in Jingle All The Way which made its debut at the top of the UK box office, its knocked The Long Kiss Goodnight down to number 2 after a single week at the top.

Twenty five years ago
Point Break made it 3 weeks at the top and with a quiet week for new releases there was nothing new on the top 10.