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Wonder Woman 1984

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Starring

Actor
Character
Diana Prince
Steve Trevor
Barbara Minerva
Maxwell Lord
Lilly Aspell
Young Diana
Amr Waked
Emir Said Bin Abydos
Kristoffer Polaha
Handsome Man
Natasha Rothwell
Carol (Co-Worker)
Ravi Patel
Babajide
Oliver Cotton
Simon Stagg
Lucian Perez
Alistair
Gabriella Wilde
Raquel
Kelvin Yu
Jake
Stuart Milligan
POTUS
Shane Attwooll
Dangerous Drunk
David Al-Fahmi
Mr. Khalaji
Kevin Wallace
Televangelist
Wai Wong
Lai Zhong
Doutzen Kroes
Venelia
Hari James
Herald (Trigona)
Betty Adewole
Amazon
Camilla Roholm
Amazon
Jessie Graff
Competitor
Bronte Lavine
Competitor
Briony Scarlett
Competitor
Jade Johnson
Competitor
Miranda Chambers
Competitor
Moe Sasegbon
Competitor
Gwendolyn Smith
Competitor
Hayley Warnes
Aella
Saïd Taghmaoui
Sameer (Photograph)
Ewen Bremner
Charlie (Photograph)
Eugene Brave Rock
Chief (Photograph)
Lucy Davis
Etta (Photograph)
Lyon Beckwith
Buzz Cut
Ryan Watson
Bad Skin
James C. Burke
Flat Top
Brandon Thane Wilson
Scowler
Oakley Bull
Kelly (Girl Hostage)
Andy Riddle
Donkey Kong Geek (Mall)
Rey Rey Terry
Courtney
Tina Edwards
Courtney's Mom
Bill Debrason
Mall Cop (Exterior)
Rick Kain
Mall Cop (Exterior)
Vickie Warehime
Mall Security Guard
Mike D. Anderson
Mall Security Guard
Christopher Crutchfield Walker
Mall Security Guard
Gina Grinkemeyer
Panicked Shopper
Cassandra Newman
Panicked Shopper
Valerie Leonard
Jewelry Sales Associate
Susan Smythe
Jewelry Sales Associate
Bob Cusack
News Reporter (Aftermath)
John Bucy
Camaro Driver
Patrick A. Grover
Camaro Passenger
Tracy Tobin
Jogger
Mitch Holson
Preppy Guy (Dupont Circle)
Ashley Gladden
Preppy Girl (Dupont Circle)
Spencer Trinwith
Georgetown Cafe Waiter
Parker Damm
Commander Salamander Manager
Caroline Coleman
Shoplifter
Summer Snead
Shoplifter
Tori Beverly
Shoplifter
Raquel Merediz
Eager Saleswoman (Clothes)
Vince Eisenson
Guy Hailing Cab (Georgetown)
Asim Chaudhry
Roger (Co-Worker)
Danny Morgan
Co-Worker 2 (Spare Coffee)
Tessa Bonham Jones
Lucy (Co-Worker)
Philip Philmar
Janitor
Mensah Bediako
Leon
Russell Barnett
FBI Agent (Stagg's Office)
Peter Brooke
FBI Agent (FBI Office)
Jarren Dalmeda
FBI Agent (Stagg's Lobby)
Jasmine Clark
Black Gold Receptionist
Jonathan Ajayi
Black Gold Young Man - Emerson
Tomos Vaughan-Williams
Black Gold Young Man
Avi Rothman
Black Gold Hotshot Aide
Belinda Mayne
Stagg's Secretary
Orlando James
Party Goer
Bruce Mackinnon
Party Goer
Ed Birch
White House Carl
Aykut Hilmi
Cab Driver (Egypt)
Zaydun Khalaf
Emir's Aide
Nerea Palacios
Egyptian Child 1 (Diana Saves)
Altahay Ramos Martin
Egyptian Child 2
Joanne Henry
White House Staffer
Patrick Lyster
CJCS (Oval Office)
Sam Sheridan
US Army Tech
Paul Boyd
US Army Tech
Vincent Jerome
US Army Tech
Akie Kotabe
Air Traffic Controller
Kenneth Jay
Air Traffic Controller
Jasmine Hyde
British News Reporter
Paul McQuaid
American Reporter
Gabriel Constantin
Silo Technician
Alex Delescu
Silo Technician
Mish Boyko
Silo Technician
Constantine Gregory
Russian General
Michael Poole
Old Russian Grandfather
Joe Palka
Neighbor / Cow Man
Jean Hudson Miller
Dog Walker
Mike Sengelow
Head Technician (Inner Chamber)
Paul Connaughton
Irishman (Tea Shop)
Wendy Albiston
Nasty Woman (Tea Shop)
Rhonda Overby
Passing Reporter
Lambro Demetriou
Max (8 Years Old)
Jonny Barry
Max (15 Years Old)
Luis Torrecilla
Max's Father
Sarah Barlondo
Max's Mother
Matt Costello
Max's Driver
Evan Bittner
Photographer
Archie L. Harris Jr.
Penn Avenue Watergate Cop
Stephanie Waters
Penn Avenue Mother
Thomas Clay Strickland
Wild Gunman
Chi-Lin Nim
Wang (Chinese Kitchen)
Michael Kaurene
Punk in Subway
Michael Gabel
Apocalyptic Preacher
Orlando Gonzalez
Convoy Driver
Dan De Luca
Convoy Driver
Ahmed Hussien
Convoy Driver
Tony Zarouel
Convoy Driver
Naithan Ariane
Convoy Driver
Joel Morris
Security Guard
Michael Salami
Security Guard
Kosha Engler
US National News Anchor
Asa Sheridan
Jace Valentine
Alma Varsano
Snowball Girl
Maya Varsano
Carousel Girl
Jaron Varsano
Carousel Father
Tilly Winford
Christmas Player
Victoria Broom
Grateful Parent
Hamza Siddique
Militant
Colin Stinton
Norad Colonel
Andy Cheung
Resident
Katharine Pickering
Amazon Athlete
Karis McCabe
Amazon Athlete
Saskia Neville
Amazon Athlete
Jenny Pacey
Amazon Athlete
Mikayla Jade
Amazon Athlete
Candice Carbine
Amazon Athlete
Donna Forbes
Amazon Athlete
Chantal Nell
Amazon Athlete
David Abernethy
Mall Customer
Yash Agnihotri
Office Worker
Brittney Aleah
Georgetown Upscale Cafe Lady
Sia Alipour
BDR Driver #1
Jamal Alkhaldi
Mall Customer
Manoj Anand
Christmas Market Vendor
Rodrig Andrisan
Red Square Civilian
Sydney Aston
Protester
Gary Ayash
Passerby / Tourist / Driver
Leslie Barnett
Tourist / Mall Shopper
Pierre Bergman
Georgetown Window Cleaner
Gerard Berlie
Market Crowd
Nicholas Blatt
Cringey Gala Guest
Rick Kelvin Branch
Passer-by
Jacob Brankley
Museum Guest
Martin Bratanov
News Camera Operator
Jamaal Burcher
National Guard Officer
Michael Burhan
Egyptian Civilian
Natalie Cassell
Grandmother
Thorn Castillo
Tourist
Peter Chiamardas
Museum Guest
Al Clark
Party Guest
David Cohen
Protester / Rioter
Marisol Correa
Fairfax Police Officer
Paul Ron Cruz
SWAT
Claire De Boer
Amazon
Vincent De Paul
Presidential Staff
Kahil Dotay
Creepy Guy #1
Victor Ellis
Georgetown Upscale Cafe Customer
Sara Exall
Amazonian
Mark Falvo
Protester / Rioter
Mark Faulkner
Gala Guest
Matthew Feldhaus
National Guard
Julian Ferro
Office Employee
Iulia Filipovscaia
Gala Guest
Shannon Fitzpatrick
Bride
Morgan Flanagan
Paramedic
Michael Garvey
Postman
John Gettier
Fairfax Police Officer
Mark Gooden
VIP Security
Sonia Goswami
Christmas Market Shopper
Dayna Grant
Competitor #3
Rudy Valentino Grant
Furniture Delivery Man
Linzi Gray
Dog Walker
Evangelos Grecos
Rex's Driver
Haylee Green
Mall Punk
Lucas N. Hall
Mall Customer
Michael Patrick Hart
Rioter
Becki Hayes
Kelsey's Mom
Monica Haynes
Subway Punk
Michael Hennessy
Gala Guest
Hillaire Hess
Hot Dog on a Stick Employee
Melanie Jewel Howard
Tourist / Mall Shopper / Jogger
Alicia Hunter
Passerby
Kaila Ingram
Mall Customer
Sabina Jany
Wish Lady
Michelle Jeram
London Woman
Trevor Johnson
Smithsonian Museum Worker
John Kaler
Lascivious Man 1
Kalifa
Passerby
Darren Kamara
Airfield Security
Penelope Kapudija
Mall Baby
Joe Klaunberg
Uniformed Service Guard
Mimi Michaela Konoza
DC Paramedic-In-Charge
Derek Larthey
National Guard SFC Roven
Rich Lawton
FBI Agent
Pedro Leandro
Young Max
Kacey Leigh
Panic shopper
Lisa Lian
Market Shopper
Patrick Loh
Office Staff
Maggie Lovitt
Passerby / Adult Mall Customer / Tourist
Kieran Lowrie
Worker
Dennis P. Marburger
Tourist / Mall Shopper / Panicked Pedestrian
Kendra Marie
Mall Customer
Deborah Markham
Passerby
Dan Matteucci
Tourist / Business Guy
Mia McLaughlin
Mall Shopper
Kas Meghani
Christmas Market Shopper
Jesse Milliner
Yuppie Assistant
Dylan Mitchell
Student (Fritz)
Anita Moore
Passerby / Adult Mall Customer / Tourist / Elderly Couple
Jeff Moore
Fairfax County Police Officer
Tony Moore
Active Protester
Sri Moorthy
Tech Worker
Matthew Naslanic
Muscle Man
Darren O'Connor
Irish Rioter
Robert Olausen
Rioter / Driver
Nick Owenford
DC Gala Guest
Biondolillo Pascal
Military egyptian
Jag Patel
Cario City Tyre Business Owner / Repairs
Brendan Petak
Driver / Rioter / Mall Shopper
Bobbie Peterson
Passerby / Office Worker
Tamara Phipps
Woman in White Jumpsuit
Daniel Ponomari
Silo Guard
Kiesha Preston
Tourist
Richard Price
Market Passerby
Ryan L. Price
SWAT Captain
Jon Prophet
Birdseed Man
Diezel Ramos
National Guard
Cory Rokes
Smithsonian Security Guard
Samantha Russell
Aerobics Instructor
Daniel Ryves
Company Employee
Rubens Saboia
Ancient Warrior
Bernardo Santos
Soldier
Chris Silcox
Groom
Zayne Richard Simpson
Soldier
Justin Sisk
Mall Teen
Daniel Smales
Gala Guest
Rachel Sophia-Anthony
News Reporter
Richard Stanley
Smithsonian Institution Professor
Scott Stevenson
F.B.I Agent
David Sullivan
Advisor to the President - White House Staff
Scott Swope
Muscleman
Chuck Taber
Rioter / Driver
Albert Tang
Gala Party Guest
Clayton Teat
Protester / Rioter
William G. Tomek
Vietnam Veteran / Police Officer
Peter Trevor
Passerby / Scared Pedestrian / Taxi Driver
Debbie Tsamoudakis
Mall Customer
Roger Tyler
National Guard
Chris Vaber
Businessman
Dan Verkman
Busboy
Valeria Volynkina
Upscale cafe customer
Ella Walker
Amazonian
Rosanna Walls
Amazon
Marla Aaron Wapner
High End Georgetown Lady
Stuart Whelan
Protestor / Policeman
Darius Wilson
Pennsylvania Avenue Police
Chris Witkowski
Passerby / BMX Biker / Mall Customer / Driver
Tim R. Worley
Shopper
Mars Xexelia
Tourist
Amreen N. Yaqoob
Information Booth Girl
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2020
 151 minutes (2 hrs 31 mins)
UK release date Released: 16th December 2020
 BBFC Age Rating:  12A age rating
US release date Released: 25th December 2020
MPAA Age Rating: Wonder Woman 1984 PG-13 age rating 
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This is, undoubtedly, one of 2020's best movies. It might not do as well at the box office, but it's definitely a must-see.
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Movie story - Wonder Woman 1984
The year is 1984 and Diana Prince (Wonder Woman) must battle against the deadly foe the Cheetah, a villainess who possesses superhuman strength and agility. Meanwhile she is also reunited with her past love Steve Trevor.
Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£1,377,049
2873
2874
Wonder Woman 1984
2875

US total gross
$42,700,000
1828
Wonder Woman 1984

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 12A
Genres
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  •  United States
  •  United Kingdom
  •  India
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 2

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£846,435
£846,435
1▲▼
£72,674
£1,377,049
Box Office Gross Flow
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846.4K

18th Dec
2020

Very little has changed on this weeks US box office with little in the way of new releases while studios continue to release movies straight to VOD waiting for more certainty in the cinema marketplace.

With the Croods sequel remaining at the top for a second weekend the top new movie of the weekend was Nomadland at number 7, the movie was also available on VOD.

US box office Quickview

  • Number 1 - The Croods: A New Age (2nd consecutive, 5th in total)
  • Highest Debut - Nomadland (@7)
  • Longest Run - The War With Grandpa (20 Weeks)
  • Highest total gross - The Croods: A New Age ($50,854,205)

US box office top 5 breakdown 19th - 21st February 2021

The Croods: A New Age

The Croods: A New Age

After going back to the top on last weekends chart the Nicholas Cage starring animated sequel has proved to be one of the biggest hits during the COVID-19 pandemic, and at the current rate will overtake Tenet to be the biggest.

This week the movie stays at the top with $1.7 Million on its 13th weekend of release, 18% down from last weekend, for a total of over $50 Million.

The Little Things

Jumping back up to number 2 this weekend is the Denzel Washington starring thriller which falls 44% for a $1.15 Million weekend.

This gives the movie a total gross in America of $11.85 Million after 4 weeks of release.

Judas And The Black Messiah

Director Shaka King's highly praised movie falls to number 3 on its second weekend of release with a weekend gross of $905.000, a 56% drop from last weekend.

This gives the movie a North American total gross of $3.39 Million from its first 2 weeks of release.

Wonder Woman 1984

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The much anticipated DC Universe movie from Warner Bros. has not been the massive hit the studio may have hoped, largely due to a tighter COVID-19 lockdown over Christmas when it was released.

The movie has still taken $805,000 on its 9th weekend of release, only a 29% drop from last weekend, and has a total gross of $42.7 Million, it stays at number 4.

The Marksman

Liam Neeson is one of the few actors to have had 2 movies released during the lockdown and this week his second movie stays put at number 5 with $775,000 on its 6th weekend, 30% drop from last weekend, and has taken $11.45 Million in total.

During Prime Minister Boris Johnsons outline to re-opening that was announced on 22nd February cinemas will be allowed to open their doors, maybe, in stage 4 from May 17th.

Sourced from BBC

This will be good news for the industry, and cinema goers who have not been able to see movies on the big screen since the end of last 2020 when Wonder Woman 1984 was the big new movie.

It is also good news for the cinema industry which is suffering during the latest lock down and many small independent theatres may have no choice but to close for good.

The bad news of course is that after 6 weeks of having to close their doors to the public it looks like there will still be another 3 months at least of shutdown to ensure the country keeps moving in the right direction.

Also with studios having to re-shuffle their schedules and many blockbusters having gone to streaming already there needs to be some confidence that people will return to cinemas.

Black Widow

There are films like Tom And Jerry, The Croods: A New Age, Mortal Kombat and the much delayed MCU movie Black Widow which is due on 7th May, a move for that is almost certain now.

What is more positive is that film like No Time To Die and Top Gun: Maverick can possibly stick to their release dates of October 8th and July 9th respectively.

This date is conditional of COVID-19 cases and deaths not spiking, but the UK has done a great job under the current lockdown and the vaccination programme is going really well so fingers crossed to light can be seen at the end of the tunnel.

It's been a while since there were any new releases to talk about, and there is still no UK box office as cinemas are closed during the lockdown to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

There is a new release this week in the UK on digital streaming looking to take your attention while your at home enjoying a cup of tea and biscuits and waiting for cinemas to open back up.

Barb And Star Go To Vista Del Mar

Barb And Star Go To Vista Del Mar
  • The movie is from director Josh Greenbaum
  • It is their directorial debut.
  • It stars Kristen Wiig who last starred in Wonder Woman 1984 (2020).
  • The film also stars Annie Mumolo who last appeared in Bad Moms (2016).
  • Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo appeared in Melvin Goes To Dinner (2003) together.

Next weeks there are 2 new movies also hitting home streaming.

  • Music, Monday, 15th February
  • To Olivia, Friday, 19th February

It was the SuperBowl in America this last weekend and traditionally the box office suffered, but in the current COVID-19 climate it was worse than normal.

Top of the box office was once again The Little Things and with no new films inside the top 10 the top 5 movies once again just jumped around a bit.

The highest new movie of the week is Earwig And The Witch which entered at number 12 although there was a re-release of The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring which entered at number 8.

US box office Quickview

  • Number 1 - The Little Things (2nd weekend)
  • Highest debut - Earwig And The Witch (@12)
  • Longest run - The War With Grandpa (18 weeks)*
  • Highest total gross - The Croods: A New Age ($45,939,795)*
  • *Not including re-releases

US top 5 box office breakdown weekend 5th - 7th February 2021.

The Little Things

Remaining at the top for a second weekend the Denzel Washington, Rami Malek and Jared Leto starring movie made $2.1 Million this weekend, 55% down from its debut last weekend.

This takes the movies total box office gross to $7.8 Million, the movie is also available on HBO Max.

The Croods: A New Age

The Croods: A New Age

Remaining at number 2 for another weekend the animated sequel movie takes $1.68 Million on its 11th weekend of release, only 8% down from last weeekend.

This gives the movie a total gross of $45.9 Million, and the movie has been available on digital streaming for over a month now.

The Marksman

Liam Neeson is one of the only actors to have has 2 movies released during the COVID-19 cinema closures, and this week his latest movie takes $959,585, 23% down from last weekend, the movie also jumps 1 place this week to number 3.

After 4 weeks the movie has taken $9 Million, the actors last movie, Honest Thief, had taken $11.17 Million byt the same point in its run.

Wonder Woman 1984

The DC Universe super hero sequel falls to number 4 this weekend with $905,000, a 30% drop from last week, this gives the movie a 7 week gross of $40.3 Million.

Its also worth noting that this movie also got a release on HBO Max the same day as its theatrical release.

Monster Hunter~2020

The Paul W.S. Anderson directed movie has now been on the box office for 7 weeks and this week remains at number 5 with a weekend gross of $391,990, this is 28% down from last week and gives the movie a total of $10.87 Million.

After a couple of weeks of Liam Neeson at the top Denzel Washington comes in with his new movie The Little Things and takes over on its debut weekend.

The Marksman drops down the chart as The Croods: A New Age holds strong along with Wonder Woman 1984.

US box office Quickview.

  • Number 1 - The Little Things (1st Week)
  • Highest debut - The Little Things (@1)
  • Longest run - The War With Grandpa (17 weeks)*
  • Highest total gross - The Croods: A New Age ($43,947,065)*
  • *Not including re-releases

Here is the top 5 US box office breakdown 29th - 31st January 2021.

The Little Things

Starring a powerhouse of Denzel Washington, Rami Malek and Jared Leto the murder mystery makes its debut at the top of the box office with $4.8 Million.

Not a bad debut for a movie during the COVID-19 pandemic with many cinemas closed, but clearly a lower debut than normal for all 3 leads.

The Croods: A New Age

The Croods: A New Age

The animated movies starring Nicholas Cage has gone from strength to strength during its cinema run despite being available on digital streaming through much of it!

This weekend the movie took $1.84 Millon wich it 2% up from last week, the total for the movie after 10 weeks is $43.9 Million.

Wonder Woman 1984

The super hero movie from the DC Universe has had a hard time at the cinema, perhaps because it got mediocre reviews and was available on HBO Max from day one.

The movie has takes $1.3 Million this weekend, down 19% from last weekend, for a $39.2 Million total after 6 weeks.

The Marksman

Falling from the top to number 4 this week is the Liam Neeson movie which takes $1.2 Million, 38% down, for a $7.8 Million total after 3 weeks.

Compared to Neesons last movie, Honest Thief which also came out during the pandemic last October it is nearly $2 Million lower as that movie had taken $9.5 Million after 3 weeks.

Monster Hunter~2020

The Paul W.S. Anderson video game adaptation falls to number 3 this weekend with $740,000, 10% down from last weekend, for an $11.1 Million 7 week total.