UK box office top 10

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Well it seems that Wreck-It Ralph could only hold on to the top spot for just one week as i predicted, with one of this weeks new entries taking it’s place.

4 new films graced this weeks chart, first off hitting the number 8 spot was animated film Sammy’s Great Escape, going in at a lower than expect number 5 was Beautiful Creatures.  Into the top 3 now and at number 3 is the latest comedy movie from Judd Apatow, This is 40, the highest new entry this week and it will come as no surprise to everybody is A Good Day to Fall Asleep i mean to Die Hard.

One other quick thing about the new films out this week Danny Dyer’s new film Run for Your Wife is his highest taking film for a few years taking in a massive £602.

10. Flight – £472.983 – £4.181.690

9. Lincoln – £483.397 – £6.964.023

8. Sammy’s Great Escape – (NE) – £519.049

7. Django Unchained – £685.389 – £13.707.266

6. I Give it a Year – £1.014.707 – £3.685.804

5. Beautiful Creatures – (NE) – £1.109.167

4. Les Miserables – £1.126.168 – £35.968.027

3. This is 40 – (NE) – £1.229.352

2. Wreck-It Ralph – £3.436.400 – £10.516.655

1. A Good Day to Die Hard – (NE) – £4.551.116

New Releases – Only a couple of new films of note out this week, 2 small films and two bigger ones.  First off the two small films, on offer you have German drama Lore and British comedy film Song for Marion.  The 2 big films out this week are Cloud Atlas and horror film Mama.

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Posted on February 20, 2013, in Box Office Charts and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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