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Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Transformers: Dark of the Moon

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Starring

Actor
Character
Sam Witwicky
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
Carly
Tyrese Gibson
Epps
Frances McDormand
Mearing
Bruce Brazos
Kevin Dunn
Ron Witwicky
Julie White
Judy Witwicky
Alan Tudyk
Dutch
Jerry Wang
Glenn Morshower
General Morshower
Lester Speight
Eddie
Buzz Aldrin
Buzz Aldrin
Bill O'Reilly
Bill O'Reilly
Ravil Isyanov
Voshkod
Dustin Dennard
Lennox Lieutenant
Markiss McFadden
Lennox Team 'Baby Face'
Nick Bickle
Lennox Team 'Chapman'
Ajay James
Lennox Team 'Atroui'
Brett Lynch
Lennox Team 'Phelps'
Chris A. Robinson
Lennox Team 'Bruno'
Scott C. Roe
Lennox Team 'Nelson'
James D. Weston II
Lennox Team 'Tuens'
Brian Call
Lennox Team 'Taggart'
Aaron Garrido
Epps Team 'Mongo'
Mikal Vega
Epps Team 'Hooch'
Kenny Sheard
Epps Team 'Marc L'
Josh Kelly
Epps Team 'Stone'
Keiko Agena
Mearing's Aide
LaMonica Garrett
Morshower's Aide
Yasen Peyankov
Voshkod Associate
Brett Stimely
President Kennedy
John H. Tobin
President Nixon
Drew Pillsbury
Defense Secretary McNamara
Patrick Pankhurst
Director of NASA
Larry Clarke
NASA Scientist (1969)
Tom Virtue
Black Ops NASA Technician (1969)
Thomas Crawford
Black Ops NASA Technician (1969)
Kevin Sizemore
Black Ops NASA Technician (1969)
Alan Pietruszewski
NASA Mission Controller (1969)
Michael Daniel Cassady
NASA Launch Technician (1969)
Peter Murnik
Tracking Station Supervisor (1969)
Don Jeanes
Neil Armstrong (1969)
Cory Tucker
Buzz Aldrin (1969)
Lindsey Ginter
Old NASA Scientist
David St. James
Old NASA Scientist
Mitch Bromwell
NASA Technician
Elya Baskin
Cosmonaut Dimitri
Eugene Alper
Cosmonaut Yuri
Inna Korobkina
Russian Lady
Zoran Radanovich
Russian Bouncer
Kathleen Gati
Russian Female Bartender
Annie O'Donnell
Human Resources Lady
Chris Sheffield
Pimply Corporate Kid
Ken Takemoto
Japanese Executive
Michael Loeffelholz
Executive Interviewer
Mindy Sterling
Female Insurance Agent
Stephen Monroe Taylor
Mailroom Worker
Andrew Daly
Mailroom Worker
Derek Miller
Mailroom Worker
Leidy Mazo
Mailroom Worker
Scott Krinsky
Accuretta Executive
Katherine Sigismund
Accuretta Worker
Maile Flanagan
Accuretta Worker
Darren OHare
Berated Scientist
Jack Axelrod
Simmons Tileman
Rich Hutchman
Engineer
Meredith Monroe
Engineer's Wife
Charlotte Labadie
Engineer's Daughter
Christian Baha
Dylan's Executive
Jennifer Williams
Dylan's Assistant
Danielle Fornarelli
Dylan's Assistant
Danny McCarthy
NEST Guard
John Turk
NEST Guard
Peter A Kelly
NEST Guard
Mark Golden
SEAL
Sean Murphy
SEAL
Scott Paulson
SEAL
Luis Echagarruga
SEAL
Iqbal Theba
UN Secretary General
Anthony Azizi
Lt. Sulimani
Sammy Sheik
Lt. Faraj
Mark Ryan
Military Drone Operator
John S. McAfee
GPS Tracking Coordinator
Jay Gates
DC Mall Reporter
Rebecca Cooper
DC Capitol Reporter
Bonecrusher the Mastiff
Bones the Mastiff
Peter Cullen
Optimus Prime
Hugo Weaving
Megatron
Leonard Nimoy
Sentinel Prime
Jess Harnell
Ironhide
Charlie Adler
Starscream
Robert Foxworth
Ratchet
James Remar
Sideswipe
Francesco Quinn
Dino
George Coe
Que / Wheeljack
Tom Kenny
Wheelie
Reno Wilson
Brains
Frank Welker
Shockwave / Soundwave
Ron Bottitta
Roadbuster / Amp
John DiMaggio
Leadfoot / Target
Keith Szarabajka
Laserbeak
Greg Berg
Igor
Rodney Luis Aquino
Air Force Soldier
Bob Beathard
Bystander
Corey Bente
White House Aid
Eric Berlynn
1969 NASA Tech
Ian Bonner
White House Aid
Fabrice Calmels
Tourist
Courtney Erin Carroll
Train Passenger
Larry Carter
News Crew Reporter
Brian Ceponis
NEST Guard
Adam Chaffin
Guard
Michael Ciannilli
Launch Director
Matt Cinquanta
Colonel
Vincent John Conti
Mailroom Worker
Jordan Michael Coulson
Police Officer
Adam Critchlow
White House Marine
Tony Cronin
4 Star General
Walter Cronkite
Self
Joseph Jajoe Davis
Executive
Michael De Palma
Accuretta Worker
Finnegan the Dog
Desert Dog
Niko El Santo Zavero
White House Marine
Gena Ellis
Chicago Pedestrian
Jason Endicott
Mearing's Second Aide
Joshua Farcone
Police Officer
John Farrer
U.N. Delegate
Liam Ferguson
DC Cop
Liliana Florea
Triangle Park Pedestrian
Colin Follenweider
Astronaut Jumping on the Moon
Reese Foster
Accuretta Worker
Frankie Fronk
Nest Team Soldier
Zander Gerhardt
Police Officer
Jennifer Gorka
Accuretta Worker
Alecia Hamilton
Mansion Waitress
William Haze
FBI agent #2
Jesse Heiman
Office Worker
Robert Herrick
Josh
David Hill
NEST Technician
Bob Honest
General Decker
WBBrown II
NEST Officer
Matt Iwinski
Driver - extra
Anthony J. James
Nasa Tourist
Corey Jovan
Soldier
Walera Kanischtscheff
Voskhod
Bob Kaye
Mearing's Secret Service
Frederick Keeve
U.S. Senator
John F. Kennedy
Self
Kevin Kent
Military Member
Kristoffer Kjornes
Robert F. Kennedy
Ben Kolodzinski
Pedestrian
Elena Kolpachikova
Russian
Erik Kowalski
Nest Team Soldier
Eva Marie Lardani
Police
Jillana Laufer
Bruce's Executive Secretary
Kef Lee
Police Officer
Won Hee Lee
Interviewee
Ina Lereine
Pedestrian
Lawrence G. Lozano
Chicago Pedestrian
Mino Mackic
Dylan's Henchman
Kris Mardula
Soldier
Taylor McCluskey
Office Employee
Abi McKenzie
Kid in Chicago
Jeremy McLain
Pedestrian
Matt McVay
Bill Anders - 1969
Jim Meskimen
John F. Kennedy
Keith Middlebrook
Lieutenant Haze
Tony Moore
US Capital Police Officer
Jared Moser
Air Force Soldier
Christopher Mur
Film Crew
Dean Napolitano
FBI Agent #3
Jason Neisewander
Extra
Jim Nieciecki
NEST Scientist at Chernobyl
Richard Nixon
Self
Daniel Okeefe
Engineer's Son
Michael Paul
Honor Guard
Jeffrey Porter
Background Executive
Christina Putnam
Girl in the Elevator
Chaz Riddle
Policeman
Jason Rocco
Street Photographer
Ryan Daniel Rodriguez
Nest Soldier
Josephine Roth
Bruce's Secretary
Michael Saglimbeni
Lt. Colonel
Victor Saigh
NEST Guard
Chris Sanders
Accuretta Executive
Michael J. Sanow
Military Extra
Joel Thingvall
Chicago Pedestrian
Alen Toric
Pilot
Mark Van Woert
Pedestrian
Kaitlan Welton
Dylan's Dinner Date
David Michael Williamson
Job Applicant
Jimmie Wood
Crowbar
William H. Worden
Nest Soldier / NASA Security
Karen E. Wright
Secretary to Head of NASA
Gracie Zane
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2011
UK release date Released: 29th June 2011
 BBFC Age Rating:  12 age rating
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£27,862,654
159
Transformers: Dark of the Moon
160

US total gross
$352,390,543
53
Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Global total gross
$1,123,794,079
27
Transformers: Dark of the Moon
UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 12
Genres
Popular in these countries
  •  United Kingdom
  •  United States
  •  Afghanistan
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 6

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£10,728,503
£10,728,503
1▲▼
£4,750,519
£19,701,418
2
£1,990,508
£23,954,570
5
£931,334
£26,072,873
8
£406,427
£27,308,685
11
£175,650
£27,862,654
Box Office Gross Flow
£
10.7M
4.8M
2M
931.3K
406.4K
175.7K

1st Jul
2011

8th Jul
2011

15th Jul
2011

22nd Jul
2011

29th Jul
2011

5th Aug
2011

There were two new big entries on the box office this week and the 2016 reboot of Ghostbusters was the highest of them.

Directed by Paul Feig and starring Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig the new take on the classic 1984 film tops the UK box office with £4.3 million.

The original movie took a total of £12 million in the UK and time will tell if this will climb to those height.

The Secret Life of Pets falls to number 3 after 3 weeks at the top with a weekend gross of £2 million gross which brings the films total gross to £25.7 million.

The Secret Life of Pets is also the highest total grossing film on this weeks box office.

Also new this week at number 2 is the 5th in the Ice Age series Ice Age Collision Course, its debut gross is £3.7 million.

Historical charts

A year ago
Marvels smallest hero Ant-Man made its debut at the top of the box office with Minions falling into second place.

Five years ago
The last Harry Potter film Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 made its debut at the top while Transformers: Dark of The Moon falls into second place.

Ten years ago
Holding on to the top spot was Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Mans Chest leaving Superman Returns to debut at number 2.

Fifteen years ago
Shrek went back to the top of the box office knocking off Lara Croft Tomb Raider while the highest new film was as low as 5 in the shape of Pokémon 3 The Movie.

Twenty years ago
Mission:Impossible held on to the top spot keeping The Cable Guy off the top and leaving it to debut at number 2.

Twenty five years ago Thelma and Louise made its debut at the top knocking off The Naked Gun 2 ½ The Smell of Fear after a couple of weeks at the top.

A mixed bag on the UK box office this week, Monday - Friday saw The Secret Life of pets tops the charts but Absolutely Fabulous was the top film from Monday to Sunday and The legend of Tarzan is the highest new film.

The Life of Pets makes it three weeks at the top with a £3.6 million gross over the weekend, this brings the films total gross to £22.6 million.

Absolutely Fabulous The Movie, not on its second week takes £5.7 million over the whole week, just slightly better that Pets, clearly showing when the 2 different audiences go to the cinema.

Highest debut this week lands at number 2 this week in the shape of a new take on the Tarzan story, The Legend of Tarzan, the film grosses £3.5 million.

Also new this week: Now You See Me 2 lands at number 3, Indian film Sultan has the best debut ever for an Indian film at number 6 with just over a million pound and The Neon Demon lands at 9.

Highest total grossing movie on the box office if The Secret Life of Pets and the longest run on the chart is Me Before You now on 6 weeks.

Historical chart

A year ago
Minions stayed at the top of the box office for a second week with Ted 2 debuting at number 2.

Five years ago
No move for Transformers: Dark of The Moon at the top while the top new film was The Guard entering at 5.

Ten years ago
Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Mans Chest made its debut at the top of the box office with Over The Hedge falling to number 2.

Fifteen years ago
Video game adaptation Lara Croft Tomb Raider with Angelina Jolie made its way to the top of the box office on its debut knocking Shrek down to number 2.

Twenty years ago
Tom Cruise starred in Mission:Impossible which was new at the top with Toy Story falling down to number 2.

Twenty five years ago
The Naked Gun 2 ½ The Smell of Fear remained at the top for a second weekend with the Kim Basinger and Alec Baldwin film Too Hot To Handle new at number 3.

Despite competition from the British beloved comedy that is Ab Fab, The Life of Pets remains at the top of the UK box office for a second weekend.

In its second weekend The Life of Pets takes a gross of £4.7 million, this brings the films total gross to an very good £16.6 million after 2 weeks, the films weekly gross is over £7 million.

Highest new entry of the week in Absolutely Fabulous The Move which makes its debut at number 2, a weekend gross of £4.02 million.

The film version of the British comedy comes nearly 25 years after the TV series started on BBC and amazingly it still has all the original cast including leads Joanna Lumley and Jennifer Saunders.

A good run should be in order for the film although as is often the case with TV to movie adaptation it will probably spend a lot of time in cinemas but out of the charts.

Also new this week is Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart in Central Intelligence which is new at 3.

Highest total grossing and longest running movie on the box office this week once again is The Jungle Book which over 12 weeks has grossed £47 million.

Historical charts

A years ago
The Minions remained at the top of the box office while highest new film was Terminator Genisys at number 2.

Five years ago
Transformers: Dark of The Moon is the highest new film at the top of the box office while falling to number 2 is Bridesmaids.

Ten years ago
New at the top of Dreamworks Over The Hedge while The Fast and The Furious Tokyo Drift falls down to number 3.

Fifteen years ago
Shrek was the new film at the top of the box office while Evolution falls to number 2.

Twenty years ago
The Rock remains firm at the top of the box office while highest new film is Moonlight and Valentino at number 4.

Twenty five years ago
The Naked Gun 2 ½ The Smell of Fear makes its box office debut at the top knocking Silence of The Lambs down to number 2.

Last weekend UK cinema goers came out in big numbers for the revamp of the Spider-Man story in The Amazing Spider-man. The film which stars Britain's Andrew Garfield had an excellent opening weekend where the web slinger take was an amazing £11,091,972 and took 4-5 times more than the rest of box office combined.

The longest running film in the top 15 is Men in Black 3 with 7 weeks on the chart.

Last weeks top film, Ice Age Continental Drift, drops to number 2 taking £719,769 over the weekend, increasing its total over 2 weeks to £2,327,078.

A year ago Transformers: Dark of The Moon was still at the top having taken a total of £19,701,418 while The Guard was the top new film with £473,878 at number 5

Five years ago Shrek The Third still topped the chart taking it's total gross to £25,694,674 as Bruce Willis had a fourth outing as John McClain in Die Hard 4_0 as the highest new entry at 2 with £5,004,916

Ten years ago it was all about Tom Cruise as he shot to the top of the UK box office in the Steven Spielberg directed Minority Report taking £4,506,315 on it's debut weekend.

At the UK box office chart this week the fourth Ice Age films takes the number one spot. It was a bad week though as no film in the UK grosses over a million pound in box office takings.

Ice Age: Continental Drift continues the success of the Ice Age series, but with only £853,226 for its opening weekend it's set to be the lowest grossing. Also this week Prometheus continues it's good run and goes back up to number 2 but last weeks top film, Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter, falls 5 places to number 6.

This weeks top 15 films marks the lowest top 15 since 25th June 2010 when Get Him to the Greek topped the chart and the combined chart took only £ 3,460,985, although the last time no film in the UK took over a million was way back on 28th September 2007 when Run Fatboy Run was in it's 4th week at the top.

This time last year fared much better that last weekend when the 3rd Transformers film, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, took the top spot with an incredible £10,728,503 and also was the top new film of the week.

Five years ago Shrek The Third topped the chart in its opening weekend with and amazing £16,671,727 and it also was the highest new film of the week. And ten year ago Spider-Man was still at the top of the chart having taken it's total gross to £20,953,100 while Murder by Numbers with Sandra Bullock was the highest new film at 2.