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Box office top 10 – W/E 24/11/14

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Interstellar spent two weeks at the top of the chart however it couldn’t manage a third thanks to this weeks highest new entry.

Their was only one new film in this weeks top 10 however an event managed to crack it’s way into the chart, that event in question was opera ll Barbiere Di Siviglia: Met Opera at number eight.

The only new film in the chart went to The Hunger Games Mockingjay part 1 which not only went straight into the number one spot but it also took the accolade for having the highest opening for any film this year beating the Inbetweeners 2.

Upcoming – Just a couple of films of note are out this week, family adventure Paddington and comedy sequel Horrible Bosses 2.

10. Gone Girl – £173,517 – £21,945,199

9. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – £179,615 – £13,771,574

8. ll Barbiere Di Siviglia: Met Opera – (NE) – £211,402

7. The Drop – £229,594 – £1,252,692

6. The Book of Life – £296,943 – £5,718,157

5. Me Turner – £356,743 – £5,399,378

4. Nativity 3: Dude Where’s my Donkey – £1,544,804 – £3,639,614

3. Interstellar – £1,895,368 – £15,866,812

2. The Imitation Game – £2,129,053 – £6,756,964

1. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 – (NE) – £12,654,109

US Chart

As with the UK chart The Hunger Games: Mockingjay part 1 managed to find it’s way to the top of the chart knocking last weeks number one Dumber and Dumber to off the top spot.

It wasn’t all good news for the third Hunger Games film as it had the worst opening out of the three films in the series with the first two taking close to $150 million in their opening weekend.

5. Gone Girl

4. Dumb and Dumber to

3. Interstellar

2. Big Hero 6

1. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 – (NE)

Box office top 10 – W/E 17/11/14

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Nothing seems to of been able to move Interstellar off the top spot as it spends a second week at number one despite a bit of a challenge from this weeks highest new entry.

Three new films managed to find their way into this weeks chart, firstly going in at number five was dark thriller The drop which see’s Tom Hardy fighting to protect what he loves.  The second highest new entry went to kids Christmas comedy Nativity 3: Dude Where’s My Donkey which see’s itself at this weeks number two.  This weeks highest new entry though went to the Benedict Cumberbatch drama about Alan Turing one of the fathers of the computer and the person who cracked the enigma code, The Imitation Game which went in at number two.

Upcoming - I doubt we will see Interstellar at the top of the chart this time next week as it has major competition from The Hunger Games: Mockinjay Part 1, the only other new film of note is drama The Homesman starring Tommy Lee Jones.

10. Ouija – £308,516 – £3,207,638

9. Fury – £359,822 – £7,863,014

8. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – £437,437 – £13,056,581

7. The Book of Life – £442,863 – £5,376,374

6. Gone Girl – £454,488 – £21,545,587

4. Mr Turner – £741,748 – £4,357,230

3. Nativity 3: Dude Where’s My Donkey – (NE) – £1,800,419

2. The Imitation Game – (NE) – £2,742,725

1. Interstellar – £3,777,804 – £12,131,990

US Chart

Over in the US last weeks number one Big Hero 6 finds itself now hanging out at the number two spot thanks to the highest new entry of the week comedy sequel Dumb and Dumber To.  The only other new entry in this weeks chart went to drama Beyond the Night at number 4.

5. Gone Girl

4. Beyond the Light – (NE)

3. Interstellar

2. Big Hero 6

1. Dumb and Dumber To – (NE)

Box office top 10 – W/E 10/11/14

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The Turtles are making a habit of not staying at the top of the chart for very long as it has been knocked off the top spot for a second time by this weeks only new film in the chart.  The film in question is Christopher Nolans latest mind bending Sci-Fi action film Interstellar, even better though for the film is that it’s the highest taking debut movie since the Inbetweeners 2.

As said above their was no other new entries in this weeks chart however there was one movie that did something really rare and not only climb up the chart but also take more in it’s second week than it’s first, that film in question is British drama Mr Turner.

Upcoming - Not a very strong week when it comes to new films as there are only two of note and both shouldn’t challenge the top of the chart that much, those movies in question are thriller the Imitation Game and second thriller The Drop.

10. Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day – £318,647 – £2,868,463

9. The Maze Runner – £396,286 – £8,345,914

8. Nightcrawler – £545,221 – £2,169,731

7. Ouija – £653,678 – £2,587,106

6. The Book of Life – £655,110 – £4,855,785

5. Fury – £674,430 – £7,056,559

4. Gone Girl – £696,874 – £20,634,368

3. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – £738,766 – £12,889,684

2. Mr Turner – £1,014,433 – £2,671,313

1. Interstellar – (NE) – £5,378,220

US Chart

Interstellar failed to make it to the top of the chart in the US despite taking a healthy $48 million, the glory went to animated action film Big Hero 6 which had a slight surge to leap frog Interstellar and take the number one spot.

No other new film made the top 10 overall however takings saw a huge increase over last weeks chart with a increase of just over 65%.

5. Fury

4. Ouija

3. Gone Girl

2. Interstellar – (NE)

1. Big Hero 6 – (NE)

Box office top 10 – W/E 27/10/14

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Well the Turtles were not strong enough to hold on to the top spot for a second week as it has been knocked off by David Ayer’s latest film Fury.

Other new entries in the chart include the brilliant and scary The Babadook which went in at number 10, romantic drama Love, Rosie which went in at number nine, Bollywood film Happy New Year going in at number eight and animated adventure The Book of Life which went in the top five at number four.

Upcoming - A lot of new films are on offer this week including a few re-releases just in time for Halloween, new films on offer include dark thriller Nightcrawler, found footage alien film Extraterrestrial, Daniel Radcliffe shaking off his potter status with the darkly comic Horns and teen horror film Ouija.   The re-releases on offer includes brilliant sci-fi action horror Aliens, classic zombie film Night of the Living Dead and Daniel Radcliffe’s creepy horror The Woman In Black.

10. The Babadook – (NE) – £347,512

9. Love, Rosie – (NE) – £482,535

8. Happy New Year – (NE) – £568,203

7. Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day – £571,581 – £697,680

6. Annabelle – £749,621 – £6,013,797

5. The Maze Runner – £905,314 – £5,863,858

4. The Book of Life – (NE) – £981,432

3. Gone Girl – £1,597,962 – £17,064,765

2. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – £1,927,733 – £7,890,052

1. Fury – (NE) – £2,692,786

US Top 5

Over in the US and the top two films are both new entries in the form of Keaneu Reeves latest film John Wick going in at number two and horror film Ouija which has gone straight into the number one spot.

5. The Book of Life

4. Gone Girl

3. Fury

2. John Wick – (NE)

1. Ouija – (NE)

Box office top 10 – W/E 20/10/14

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Gone Girl has had a fantastic run at the top of the charts and it had to come to a end sometime and that week has now come thanks to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.  Taking just under £5 million in it’s opening weekend the film started off with a better result than expected.

Other new entries in the chart included British comedy drama with a hint of music in Northern Soul the Robert Downey JR drama The Judge going in at number nine, and romantic drama The Best of Me going in at number five.

New Releases - A lot of new films are out this week so hopefully the chart will have a different look to it, on offer is war drama starring Brad Pitt and directed by David Ayre with Fury, horror film that has been getting high praise with The Babadook, animated adventure in The Book of Life and Bradly Cooper stars in drama Serena.

10. Northern Soul – (NE) – £278,829

9. The Judge – (NE) – £420,720

8. The Equalizer – £429,406 – £6,390,768

7. Dracula Untold – £438,037 – £4,454,648

6. The Boxtrolls – £464,345 – £7,374,623

5. The Best of Me – (NE) – £636,842

4. The Maze Runner – £4,458,300 – £4,364,748

3. Annabelle – £1,465,919 – £4,585,010

2. Gone Girl – £2,361,051 – £14,153,879

1. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – (NE) – £4,785,448

US Chart

Over the last few weeks the chart has had a bit of a comeback compared to previous months, this week however saw takings down around 20% from the previous weeks, this however didn’t stop new films from taking over the top five.

Three new films went in the chart including romantic drama The Best of Me going in at number five, animated adventure with The Book of Life which went in at number three and war drama Fury which went straight in at number one.

5. The Best of Me – (NE)

4. Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, no Good Very Bad Day

3. The Book of Life – (NE)

2. Gone Girl

1. Fury – (NE)

Box office top 10 – W/E – 13/10/14

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When it comes to the top 10 over the last year we have seen some surprise’s when it comes to the number one spot, we have seen a live event going straight into the top of the chart and now we have another rare treat in the form of the 18 rated Gone Girl spending a second week at number one, the last 18 rated movie to do that was Wolf of Wall Street.

Other new entries in this weeks top 10 included British comedy The Rewrite going in at number nine, horror spin off from the Conjuring with Annabelle hitting number three and post apocalyptic teen adventure film The Maze Runner hitting second place in this weeks chart.

Upcoming – Not a big week for a lot of films, however if your after something new then you have big screen reboot of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and the latest film to star Robert Downey JR in drama with a hint of comedy in The Judge.

10. Dolphin Tale 2 – £292,472 – £919,605

9. The Rewrite – (NE) – £324,889

8. What we did on our Holiday – £342,594 – £2,858,496

7. The Boxtrolls – £576,772 – £6,774,389

6. The Equalizer – £620,025 – £5,558,555

5. Dracula Untold – £847,958 – £3,519,514

4. One Direction: Where we are – £1,021,527

3. Annabelle – (NE) – £1,939,963

2. The Maze Runner – (NE) – £2,041,229

1. Gone Girl – £3,064,545 – £9,827,252

US Chart

Not only is Gone Girl sitting high at the top of the UK top 10 for a second week but it has managed to hold on to the top of the US chart for a second week.

Three other new films managed to make their way into the top five in the form of The Judge going in at number five, Disney adventure Alexander and the terrible, horrible, no good very bad day at number three and action horror movie Dracula Untold at number two.

5. The Judge – (NE)

4. Annabelle

3. Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, no good very bad day – (NE)

2. Dracula Untold – (NE)

1. Gone Girl

Box office top 10 – W/E 06/10/14

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Last weeks chart had a very strange number one in the form of Billy Elliot: The Musical Live, this weeks chart however has a very straight forward number one in the form of David Finchers Gone Girl, the film is Finchers most successful movie to date even though Girl with the Dragon Tattoo opened up to better numbers, the reason behind this is down to the fact Girl with the Dragon Tattoo opened over the New Year weekend so it had extra days to take the amount it did.

other new entries in this weeks chart included family drama sequel Dolphin Tale 2 which went in at number seven, Bollywood film Bang Bang and horror adventure film Dracula Untold which opened at number two.

A couple of other films of note that was released on Friday but failed to make any kind of impact included zombie horror comedy Life After Beth which only took just under £50,000, doing much much worse though was Kevin Costners latest film Draft Day which only took £146 from just 3 screens.

Upcoming - This weeks new films are a bit short on the ground, if however your after something new then your films of choice are horror spin off Annabelle from the Conjuring series and dark adventure film The Maze Runner.

10. Pride – £248,654 – £3,265,317

9. Guardians of the Galaxy – £277,419 – £28,168,896

8. A Walk Among the Tombstones – £310,261 – £3,364,093

7. Dolphin Tale 2 – (NE) – £536,766

6. Bang Bang – (NE) – £602,193

5. What We did on our Holiday – £728,228 – £2,083,907

4. The Boxtrolls – £983,015 – £6,093,364

3. The Equalizer – £1,207,129 – £4,280,077

2. Dracula Untold – (NE) – £1,713,283

1. Gone Girl – (NE) – £4,109,628

US Chart

For the third week in a row the US chart has seen a increase in overall takings, as a matter of a fact this week saw the highest increase for nearly two months now.

Dipping into the top five of the chart we find that the two new entries have found their way into the top two spots.  Firstly going in at number two was horror spin off from the Conjuring with Annabelle and the new number one is David Finchers latest thriller in the form of Gone Girl.

5. The Maze Runner

4. The Boxtrolls

3. The Equalizer

2. Annabelle – (NE)

1. Gone Girl – (NE)

Box office top 10 – W/E 29/09/14

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The box office top 10 can be a bit of strange place, one week we have no new entries too weeks that one film manages to stay on the top of the chart forever, however this week has managed to throw up something interesting in the form of a live event taking the top spot in the form of Billy Elliot: The Musical Live.

Other new entries in this weeks top 10 went to comedy drama What we did on our holiday going in at number four and dark thriller the Equalizer hitting the number two spot.

Upcoming - a bit of a big week when it comes to new films as four movies will be battling there way to secure a high place in the chart.  On offer is comedy horror Life After Beth, action horror Dracula Untold, drama from David Fincher in the form of Gone Girl and family adventure film Dolphin Tale 2.

10. Sex Tape – £265,384 – £3,818,138

9. The Riot Club – £301,607 – £798,254

8. Guardians of the Galaxy – £340,417 – £27,617,535

7. Lucy – £377,138 – £13,408,391

6. Pride – £400,247 – £2,260,720

5. A Walk Among the Tombstones – £603,062 – £1,921,010

4. What we did on our Holiday – (NE) – £811,087

3. The Boxtrolls – £1,130,062 – £5,511,949

2. The Equalizer – (NE) – £1,890,146

1. Billy Elliot: The Musical Live – (NE) – £1,904,098

US Chart

Even though the Equalizer failed to make to the top of the chart in the UK in the US it managed just that feat knocking last weeks number one the Maze Runner of the top.

The only other new entry in this weeks top five and the top 10 went to animated adventure the Boxtrolls which could only manage to go in at a low number three.

5. Dolphin Tale 2

4. This is where i leave you

3. The Boxtrolls – (NE)

2. The Maze Runner

1. The Equalizer – (NE)

Box office top 10 – 22/09/14

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Last week the Boxtrolls managed to charm the paying public last week and found it’s way at the top of the chart, it seem’s that the charm hasn’t wore off as it spends a second week at number one despite a big challenge from this weeks highest new entry A Walk Among the Tombstone which only missed out on the top spot by just under £20,000.

Other new entries in this weeks chart went to strange documentary 20,000 Days on Earth which see’s us spend a day in the life of musician Nick Cave.  The other new entry went to British drama The Riot Club which went in at number five.

Missing out on the top 10 by a huge margin was teen drama thriller The Giver which could only manage a very lonely number 14 spot and failed to even pass the £200,000 mark despite it opening in more than 230 screens.

Upcoming - The Boxtrolls might spend a third week at the top of the chart as this weeks crop of new releases shouldn’t challenge it that much, if however you are after something new to watch then you have thriller The Equalizer, British comedy What we Did on Our Holiday and very dark thriller Maps to the Stars.

10. Before i Go To Sleep – £306,223 – £2,557,297

9. A Most Wanted Man – £327,967 – £1,332,233

8. 20,00 Days on Earth – (NE) – £356,467

7. Guardians of the Galaxy – £417,315 – £27,277,118

6. Sex Tape – £423,484 – £3,552,754

5. The Riot Club – (NE) – £496,647

4. Lucy – £551,794 – £13,031,253

3. Pride – £578,794 – £1,860,473

2. A Walk Among the Tombstones – (NE) – £1,317,948

1. The Boxtrolls – £1,333,137 – £3,621,803

US Chart

What a difference a week makes in the world of the top five in the US as the chart went for a while without that much of a shake up however this week the time has finally come.

Three new films made up the top three in the form of comedy This is Where I Leave You, thriller A Walk Among the Tombstones and adventure film The Maze Runner.

5. Dolphin Tale 2

4. No Good Deed

3. This is Where I Leave You – (NE)

2. A Walk Among the Tombstones – (NE)

1. The Maze Runner – (NE)

UK box office top 10 – W/E 15/09/14

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It was a bit obvious that Sex Tap couldn’t hold on to the top spot for another week and that is the case as animated adventure The Boxtrolls has gone and taken it’s place at the top of the chart and was the only film to take over £1 million this week.

Other new films in this weeks chart included drama thriller starring Phillip Seymour Hoffman in A Most Wanted Mind and British drama comedy centring around the mining community during the mining strike, Pride which went in at number three.

Upcoming - Not a huge week for new releases this week however a lot of smaller films will be trying to chip away at next weeks chart, so on offer is thriller starring Liam Neeson in A Walk Among the Tombstones, British drama The Riot Club, another movie that is trying to take the Hunger Games crown in The Giver and the latest comedy drama from Woody Allen in Magic in the Moonlight.

10. Inbetweeners 2 – £332,564 – £32,936,681

9. The Hundred-Foot Journey – £437,650 – £1,653,238

8. Let’s Be Cops – £477,576 – £4,057,750

7. Guardians of the Galaxy – £514,654 – £26,638,350

6. Before i Go to Sleep – £537,991 – £1,897,025

5. A Most Wanted Man – (NE) – £610,312

4. Sex Tape – £673,478 – £2,705,088

3. Pride – (NE) – £718,778

2. Lucy – £812,073 – £12,000,631

1. The Boxtrolls – (NE) – £2,000,597

US Top 5

Finally something has finally happened in the US chart to stop the downfall that has been going on for the last few weeks, despite the combined takings off all of the top 10 films not reaching over the $100 million mark their was still a little bit of a shake up in the chart.

Two new films took over the top two spots in the form of Dolphin Tale 2 at number two and drama thriller No Good Deed at number one.

5. Let’s Be Cops

4. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

3. Guardians of the Galaxy

2. Dolphin Tale 2 – (NE)

1. No Good Deed – (NE)

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