Box office top 10 – 04/11/14

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Fury could only hold on to the top spot for just one week however it wasn’t a new film that knocked it off the top spot, the film that managed that feat was the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the same film that was knocked off the top spot by Fury itself.

Other new films in the chart included British drama Mr Turner which went in at number seven, very dark thriller in the form of Nightcrawler which went in at number six and horror film from the production juggernaut team of Bay and Blum in the form of Ouija which finds it’s way into the number two spot.

Upcoming – only one new film of any note is out this week in the form of Christopher Nolans Interstellar, the film should easily finds it’s way to the top spot.

10. Annabelle – £457,026 – £7,126,266

9. Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day – £524,109 – £2,468,716

8. The Maze Runner – £664,766 – £7,752,518

7. Mr Turner – (NE) – £904,947

6. Nightcrawler – (NE) – £1,003,822

5. The Book of Life – £1,056,274 – £4,022,383

4. Gone Girl – £1,061,282 – £19,330,235

3. Fury – £1,246,990 – £5,609,870

2. Ouija – (NE) – £1,373,907

1. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – £1,429,159 – £11,771,775

US Chart

Very little has changed in the US top five as Ouija managed to hold on to the top spot for another week even though it had a very close fight with the only new entry in the chart in the form of Nightcrawler.

5. The Book of Life

4. Gone Girl

3. Fury

2. Nightcrawler – (NE)

1. Ouija

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Posted on November 5, 2014, in Box Office Charts and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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