Skyfall is now the biggest film of all time in the UK

Skyfall is now the biggest film of all time in the UK

Skyfall already has the distinction of being the highest-grossing James Bond film, the UK's biggest film of the year, and the Bond film to spawn the most "Is James Bond bisexual?" think-pieces ever, and now it has another superlative to add to its legacy. The Sam Mendes-directed movie has just become the biggest film of all time in the UK, taking in £94,277,612 ($151,795,059) in just its 40 days of release to claim the No. 1 spot. That's an even bigger deal, considering it took 11 months for Avatar to get to the top with £94,030,000—even with the added premium of 3-D ticket prices—meaning a massive bubble will soon be rising from the depths of the ocean, then bursting open to release James Cameron's frustrated screams. He'll just have to settle for being No. 2 now, as Skyfall leapfrogs over Avatar and the UK's third-place finisher, Dr. Chuzzwitt Goes To Naughty Knickers Holiday Camp.  

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