Box office top 10 – W/E 08/12/14

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Despite a week where a few films came out none of them managed to knock last weeks top film Paddington off the top spot, in fact the number two film Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 1 managed to stay at the number two spot.

Their were new films in this weeks chart in the form of dark British thriller Black Sea which went in at number 10, comedy drama St Vincent at number nine, fantastic British Christmas adventure movie Get Santa at number seven and animated spin off from the Madagascar films with the Penguins of Madagascar at number three.

Upcoming – No other film thought to challenge this weeks only new main release and that is The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.

10. Black Sea – (NE) – £246,309

9. St Vincent – (NE) – £389,136

8. Nativity 3: Dude Where’s my Donkey – £453,261 – £5,246,600

7. Get Santa – (NE) – £576,722

6. Interstellar – £610,289 – £19,150,662

5. Horrible Bosses 2 – £642,627 – £2,632,333

4. The Imitation Game – £874,620 – £11,266,821

3. Penguins of Madagascar – (NE) – £1,575,949

2. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 – £2,248,045 – £25,248,214

1. Paddington – £3,837,885 – £10,332,911

US Chart

Practically no change with this weeks US chart, in fact this weekends takings are the worst of the year with no new entries at all in the whole top 10.

5. Interstellar

4. Big Hero 6

3. Horrible Bosses 2

2. Penguins of Madagascar

1. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1

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