What We Did On Our Holiday Breaks £2 Million At UK Box Office
What We Did On Our Holiday, the BBC Films black comedy starring David Tennant, Rosamund Pike and Billy Connolly, has celebrated a successful second weekend at the UK box office. The film brought in £728,228 ($1.2m) from 462 sites, dropping just 8% on its opening weekend.
Overall the comedy, written and directed by Outnumbered creators Guy Jenkin and Andy Hamilton, has now grossed £2.1million ($3.3m) since its release on Friday 26th September.
What We Did On Our Holiday follows a couple in marital difficulties, Doug and Abi McLeod (David Tennant and Rosamund Pike) on a trip to Scotland with their three children to celebrate the 75th birthday of Doug's father Gordie (Billy Connolly). Due to Gordie's ill health they want to keep news about their separation secret, but it looks like being only a matter of time before the kids spill the beans. However this turns out to be the least of their worries when events take an unexpected turn and the diverse elements of the McLeod family have to learn to pull together. The cast also includes Ben Miller, Celia Imrie and Amelia Bullmore with Emilia Jones, Bobby Smalldridge and Harriet Turnbull as the McLeod children. The heartwarming comedy is in cinemas across the UK and Ireland now.
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