UK box office top 10 – 07/07/14

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With it being a very strange week for new films as two of them on the big screen at the moment are still in preview mode, Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie didn’t have very much challenge from any new film so it has managed to hold on to the top spot for a second week.

The only new film in this weeks chart went to the Melissa McCarthy starring comedy Tammy which went in at a low fifth spot and taking under £500,000.

New Releases – Finally How to Train Your Dragon 2’s takings from England and Wales can be fully included in the chart after it has been on previews for two weeks and only official been released in Scotland and Wales for the two weeks.

The other big release of the week is Transformers: Age of Extinction which has been on previews for six days so when it is counted in next weeks chart it should easily go straight to the top of the chart as early indications are showing that it took £4.7 million from only two days of it’s preview six days.

10. Edge of Tomorrow – £115,500 – £7,601,850

9. X-Men: Days of Future Past – £118,008 – £26,856,054

8. Walking on Sunshine – £160,402 – £890,844

7. Chef – £192,601 – £1,099,247

6. Maleficent – £448,697 – £17,364,817

5. Tammy – (NE) – £471,429

4. How to Train your Dragon 2 – £475,270 – £1,459,256 (Scotland and Ireland only)

3. 22 Jump Street – £663,228 – £16,554,354

2. The Fault in Our Stars – £961,640 – £8,605,638

1. Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie – £2,188,761 – £9,299,344

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Posted on July 9, 2014, in Box Office Charts and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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