This week’s show is sponsored by the letter L for LATE! (Sorry – Andy). Catch up with this week’s show where in the cinema section we review the latest drama both starring and directed by Ben Affleck, Argo, Chris Pine and Elizabeth Banks are People Like Us, comedy film (of sorts) starring Kevin James, Here comes the boom and comedy drama starring Jason Biggs in Grassroots. On Blu-Ray/DVD we have drama thriller Margin Call that features a huge cast including Kevin Spacey, Zachary Quinto, Demi Moore, just to name a few, Robert Pattinson shakes his twilight image in Cosmopolis, extreme and insane horror film Excision and comedy film Friends with Kids, as well as the latest movie news and our weekly look at the UK Box office and DVD/Blu-Ray top 10’s.
Coming up on this weeks show, in the cinema section we have thriller drama starring and directed by Ben Affleck, Argo and Chris Pine and Elizabeth Banks are People Like Us, comedy film (of sorts) starring Kevin James, Here comes the boom and comedy drama starring Jason Biggs in Grassroots. On Blu-Ray/DVD we have drama thriller Margin Call that features a huge cast including Kevin Spacey, Zachary Quinto, Demi Moore, just to name a few, Robert Pattinson shakes his twilight image in Cosmopolis, extreme and insane horror film Excision and comedy film Friends with Kids, plus as usual our look at the latest movie news and the UK Box Office and Blu-Ray/DVD top 10′s.
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This weeks top 10 nearly looked the same as last weeks’ however Spider-Man has come along and given a injection of money into the chart thus making it the new number 1.
3 new films entered the top 10 this week, first off was bollywood film Bol Bachchan which hit the number 8th spot, going in at number 4 was musical documentary Katy Perry: Part of Me however it was The Amazing Spider-Man that found it’s way to the top spot and also taking the second highest takings for a debut film this year behind Avengers Assemble.
10. Killer Joe – £122.831 – £473.204
9. Friends With Kids – £134.752 – £817.659
8. Bol Bachchan – (NE) – £160.941
7. Snow White and the Huntsman – £312.318 – £15.129.299
6. Prometheus – £324.779 – £23.918.902
5. Men in Black 3 – £389.853 – £21.021.162
4. Katy Perry: Part of Me – (NE) – £449.491
3. The Five-Year Engagement – £514.702 – £3.721.905
2. Ice Ages 4: Continental Drift – £719.769 – £2.327.078
1. The Amazing Spider-Man – (NE) – £11.091.972
New Releases – A very strange week ahead when it comes to new films, we have 2 new release and 1 film that official get’s released in England and Wales. First off the 2 new films for you too choose from are comedy/drama Seeking a Friend for the End of the World and a second comedy/drama with stripper film Magic Mike. Ice Age 4: Continental Drift is your final choice this week as it get’s it’s official release in England and Wales after being released a few weeks a go in the other territories.
To say that this weeks top 10 is a interesting one is a bit of a understatement as not only do we have a new number 1 but none of the films in the top 10 took more than £1 million and last weeks number 1, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter went from the top of the chart all the way down to 6th spot and taking just under £400,000 in it’s second week.
3 new films entered this weeks top 10, first off going in at 10th spot and taking just over £200,000 was William Friedkin’s violent thriller/drama Killer Joe, doing better than that was Friends With Kids which hit the number 7 spot however it was Ice Age: Continental Drift that went straight into the number 1 spot however everything wasn’t all roses for the film. Here is a couple of facts why it wasn’t all joy for Ice Age, firstly it’s the first film to go to number 1 that has taken less than £1 million since The Other Guy’s in 2010 and secondly it’s the lowest grossing number 1 film since the film Next which was released in April 2007, the only saving grace is that the film has only official opened in Northern Ireland, Ireland and Scotland due to the children being on holiday from school, the film itself opens officially in England and Wales on the 13th.
One other quick fact about this weeks chart the combined total of the takings from all of the films this week was less than half the amount the number 1 film took this time last year.
10. Killer Joe – (NE) – £208.553
9. Rock of Ages – £240.445 – £2.556.436
8. Chernobyl Diaries – £284.530 – £1.150.720
7. Friends With Kids – (NE) – £357.520
6. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter – £386.743 – £2.061.175
5. Snow White and the Huntsman – £606.624 – £14.489.872
4. Men In Black 3 – £727.787 – £20.265.340
3. Five Year Engagement – £745.400 – £2.617.531
2. Prometheus – £750.652 – £23.107.841
1. Ice Age 4: Continental Drift – (NE) – £853.226
New Releases – you only have the choice of 2 films this week, firstly there is the musical documentary following Katy Perry called Katy Perry Part of Me in 3D. The biggest release of the week has to be the Amazing Spider-man which should go straight into the number 1 spot without any trouble.
Coming up on this insanely packed show we have cinema reviews including Noel Clarke being housed up with a group of survivors in alien film Storage 24, Matthew McConaughey plays a hitman in Killer Joe, musical comedy featuring Queen Laifah and Dolly Parton in Joyful Noise and comedy film Friends with Kids. In a even more packed Blu-Ray/DVD review show we take a look at party comedy Project X, Taylor Kitsch plays John Carter (not of Mars), Adam Sandler plays both Jack and Jill in comedy film Jack and Jill, Chris Pine and Tom Hardy battle each other in This Means War, Anna Paquin ditches vampires to star in drama Margaret, the Germans attempt a post apocalypse movie with Hell and can 1 man survive during a undead outbreak in Exit Humanity, plus as usual our look at the latest movie news and the UK Box Office and Blu-Ray/DVD top 10′s.
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It has finally happened Prometheus has been knocked off the top spot by one of this weeks new entries, in fact it’s been knocked out of the top 3 all together.
4 new films made there way into the top 10, first off hitting the number 9th spot is bollywood film Teri Meri Kahni, going in at number 7 but doing nowhere near what was expected of it was horror film Chernobyl Diaries. Hitting the number 3 spot was comedy film The Five Year Engagement however it was Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter that slaughtered the competition by going straight into the number 1 spot.
10. Top Cat – £179.427 – £2.479.427
9. Teri Meri Kahni – (NE) – £190.230
8. Avengers Assemble – £248.695 – £51.344.770
7. Chernobyl Diaries – (NE) – £495.875
6. Rock of Ages – £501.095 – £2.015.192
5. Snow White and the Huntsman – £870.402 – £13.413.970
4. Prometheus – £1.029.758 – £21.641.986
3. The Five Year Engagement – (NE) – £1.058.897
2. Men in Black 3 – £1.072.033 – £19.062.351
1. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter – (NE) – £1.119.117
New Releases – A really interesting mix of films for your pleasure this week, first off there is action/drama/thriller Killer Joe from The Exorcist director William Friedkin, next up is musical comedy Joyful Noise which features Queen Latifah, if you are after just a straight forward comedy film then Friends With Kids is your choice however if you crave a horror film then Storage 24 is the movie for you.