UK box office top 10
It has finally happened, Les Miserables reign as the king on top of the box office chart has come to and end thanks to one of this weeks new entries.
Four new films cracked this weeks chart, first off going in at number 8 was Anthony Hopkins as the iconic director Hitchcock, doing better but not as well as expected was Warm Bodies, the zombie romantic comedy could only hit the number 6 spot. Into the top 3 we find British romantic I Give it a Year which hit the number 3 spot, this weeks highest new entry though went to the video game inspired Disney animated film Wreck-It Ralph.
10 – The Impossible – £351.193 – £12.751.395
9. Life of Pi – £462.559 – £28.098.112
8. Hitchcock – (NE) – £606.817
7. Lincoln – £809.196 – £5.916.579
6. Warm Bodies – (NE) – £895.509
5. Flight – £925.049 – £3.186.967
4. Django Unchained – £1.073.775 – £12.407.764
3. I Give it a Year – (NE) – £1.450.023
2. Les Miserables – £1.640.857 – £33.456.340
1. Wreck-It Ralph – (NE) – £4.526.386
New Releases – There are a couple of films out for your money this week. First off to fill the void left by Twilight we have Beautiful Creatures, instead of vampires and werewolves to go up against we now have witches. Your next film choice is romantic comedy from Judd Apatow, This is 40. The biggest release of the week and the movie that i think should go straight into the number 1 spot is A Good Day to Die Hard.
Posted on February 13, 2013, in Box Office Charts and tagged a good day to die hard, beautiful creatures, box office, django unchained, films, flight, hitchcock, i give it a year, les miserables, life of pi, lincoln, new entry, new releases, the impossible, this is 40, top 10, uk, warm bodies, wreck-it ralph. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.