On the final normal show of 2016 we take a look at probably the biggest cinema release of the year in the form of the first Stars Wars spin off, Rogue One.
In the home release section we take a look at the films that are ready to buy on Boxing Day with action sequel Mechanic Resurrection, animated food comedy Sausage Party, two friends get much more than they bargained for in thriller comedy War Dogs, the whole music world gets a big send up in comedy mockumentary Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, it’s time for the mothers to take back there life in comedy Bad Moms and the third in the Purge series with Election year.
We also have the latest box office/home release top 10, movie news and our movies of the week.
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What a difference a week makes in the chart, The Revenant has managed to hold on to the top spot for 3 weeks however it’s time at number one has finally come to a end thanks to kids spooky adventure Goosebumps.
Other new entries in this weeks chart included pointless action remake of Point Break and classic TV comedy Dad’s Army getting the big screen treatment and hitting the number two spot in doing so.
Upcoming – some weeks we get just a few new films this week however we get probably the most hectic week of the year so far. On offer is foul mouthed comic book anti-hero Deadpool, zombies invade Jane Austin with Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Will Smith stars in drama Concussion, the chipmunks are back with Alvin and the Chipmunks: Road Chip, Eli Roth brings us his hellish vision of cannibals in The Green Inferno, Derek Zoolnader in back in comedy sequel Zoolander 2 and American children’s TV series Jem and the Hologram’s get the big screen treatment.
10. Daddy’s Home, £251,777 from 313 sites. Total: £16,742,333
9. Point Break, £421,818 from 364 sites (new)
8. Ride Along 2, £535,795 from 392 sites. Total: £5,137,791
7. The Big Short, £556,988 from 345 sites. Total: £4,109,325
6. Star Wars: The Force Awakens, £759,950 from 428 sites. Total: £120,686,051
5. Spotlight, £864,199 from 378 sites. Total: £2,641,478
4. Dirty Grandpa, £944,369 from 423 sites. Total: £3,656,658
3. The Revenant, £1,213,805 from 536 sites. Total: £18,350,699
2. Dad’s Army, £2,077,942 from 585 sites (new)
1. Goosebumps, £2,686,105 from 510 sites (new)
Last week the Revenat managed to surprise everybody by going straight into the number one spot knocking Star Wars The Force Awakens off the top spot, well the Revenant has managed to do it again holding on to the top spot for a second week taking in just over £12 million so far.
The chart did manage to mix things up with a few new entries including teen Sci-Fi drama The 5th Wave going in at number nine, drama The Big Short managed to take in just over £1 million hitting the number four spot. The highest new entry though went to comedy sequel Ride Along which went in at number two.
Upcoming – A lot of new films are fighting for your money this week including comedy Dirty Grandpa, the latest film from Michael Bay with 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, mining drama The 33 and animated adventure Capture the Flag.
10. The Danish Girl, £388,449 from 432 sites. Total: £6,439,738
9. The 5th Wave, £497,568 from 338 sites (new)
8. The Hateful Eight, £567,527 from 339 sites. Total: £6,342,315
7. Room, £646,523 from 300 sites. Total: £1,777,258
6. Daddy’s Home, £1,005,761 from 458 sites. Total: £15,535,507
5. Creed, £1,217,405 from 493 sites. Total: £4,305,551
4. The Big Short, £1,302,205 from 412 sites (new)
3. Star Wars: The Force Awakens, £1,997,507 from 574 sites. Total: £117,295,808
2. Ride Along 2, £2,141,341 from 417 sites (new)
1. The Revenant, £3,856,489 from 623 sites. Total: £12,008,304
Star Wars reign at the top of the chart had to come to a end sometime however nobody thought that gruelling action drama The Revenant would be the film to knock it off the top spot.
Normally a movie that’s not part of a franchise struggles a little to make a big impact on the chart however it seems that people wanted to see Leonardo Di Caprio go through hell.
This weeks chart did feature another three new entries including Opera event Les Pecheurs De Perles going in at number 10, amazing gripping drama Room hitting the number seven spot and Rock spin-off Creed going in at number three.
Upcoming – It’s a bit of a hectic week this week when it comes to new films as their is a lot to offer including comedy sequel Ride Along 2, the latest teen Sci-Fi thriller The 5th Wave, comedy drama based on the 2008 financial crisis The Big Short and drama Our Brand is Crisis.
10. Les Pêcheurs de Perles: Metropolitan Opera, £354,738 from 172 sites (live broadcast, new)
9. Joy, £417,965 from 435 sites. Total: £4,383,315
8. Snoopy and Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie, £473,952 from 543 sites. Total: £8,923,242
7. Room, £674,033 from 197 sites (new)
6. The Danish Girl, £683,272 from 518 sites. Total: £5,482,050
5. The Hateful Eight, £1,107,520 from 412 sites. Total: £5,205,649
4. Daddy’s Home, £1,500,364 from 473 sites. Total: £14,082,112
3. Creed, £2,221,758 from 482 sites (new)
2. Star Wars: The Force Awakens, £3,137,258 from 614 sites. Total: £113,955,827
1. The Revenant, £5,235,851 from 589 sites (new)
It seems that nothing can move Star Wars the force Awakens off the top of the chart with it spending another week at number one.
In more good news for the film it has now become the highest grossing film in UK history taking more than Spectre in it’s entire run.
Movies are running a bit scared away from Star Wars as only one new film managed to crack the top 10 in the form of The Hateful Eight which wnet in at number two with a very respectful £2.7 million.
Upcoming – Could next weeks chart have a new number one, these new films will be having a try, those films in question are Alejandro G Inarritu’s The Revenant, gripping drama Room and a reboot of the Rocky series with Creed.
10. Bridge of Spies, £179,554 from 157 sites. Total: £7,156,826
9. In the Heart of the Sea, £202,774 from 330 sites. Total: £2,405,515
8. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, £240,095 from 207 sites. Total: £28,865,260
7. The Good Dinosaur, £438,680 from 524 sites. Total: £13,229,402
6. Snoopy and Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie, £693,575 from 548 sites. Total: £8,376,110
5. Joy, £1,047,139 from 532 sites. Total: £3,363,525
4. The Danish Girl, £1,294,024 from 545 sites. Total: £3,794,176
3. Daddy’s Home, £2,268,945 from 466 sites. Total: £11,867,429
2. The Hateful Eight, £2,778,633 from 402 sites (new)
1. Star Wars: The Force Awakens, £6,001,948 from 634 sites. Total: £108,430,730
Last week San Andreas managed to do better than anybody thought it would, this week however it has found itself knocked off the top spot by the latest comedy from Paul Feig, Spy.
Opening in just over 530 screens the film managed to take just over £2.5 million in it’s first weekend of release making it the most sucessful opening of any of Feig and McCarthy’s team up films.
Other new entries in this weeks chart included Bollywood film Dil Dhadakne Do going in ay number nine, the Secret Cinema release of Stars Wars: The Empire Strikes Back managed to hit the number eight spot even though it was only shown on one screen. The final new entry of the week went to the third in the Insidous series with prequel film Insidious: Chapter 3.
Upcoming – Only one film of any note is out this week and expectations are high for it to do very well, that film in question is Jurassic World.
10. Man Up, £141,170 from 306 sites. Total: £1,017,461
9. Dil Dhadakne Do, £212,719 from 74 sites (new)
8. Secret Cinema: The Empire Strikes Back, £304,115 from 1 site (new)
7. Tomorrowland: The World Beyond, £310,941 from 491 sites. Total: £4,758,221
6. Avengers: Age of Ultron, £341,491 from 389 sites. Total: £47,795,614
5. Pitch Perfect 2, £749,903 from 527 sites. Total: £16,084,082
4. Mad Max: Fury Road, £804,148 from 487 sites. Total: £15,573,726
3. Insidious: Chapter 3, £1,440,299 from 436 sites (new)
2. San Andreas, £1,794,747 from 527 sites. Total: £8,334,562
1. Spy, £2,557,824 from 531 sites (new)
Over in the US chart everything is all change with Spy knocking San Andreas off the top spot taking just under $30 million.
Other new entries in the top five included the big screen outing of the Entourage going in at number four and horror prequel Insidious: Chapter 3 hitting the number three spot.
5. Mad Max: Fury Road
4. Entourage (NE)
3. Insidious: Chapter 3 (NE)
2. San Andreas
1. Spy (NE)
It seems that Daniel Radcliffe has impressed alot of people for another week with the Woman in Black holding on to the top spot for another week despite stiff competition from 2 of this weeks new entries.
3 new films graced this weeks top 10, first off going in at number 10 was One For the Money, the first film to crack the top 3 was thriller Safe House which hit the number 3 spot however the highest new entry went to The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel which hit the number 2 spot.
10 – One for the Money – (NE) – £317.762
9 – The Artist – £352.139 – £6.748.724
8 – Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace 3D – £404.962 – £3.010.420
7 – Journey 2: The Mysterious Island – £411.983 – £3.576.977
6 – The Vow – £480.085 – £2.524.719
5 – Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance – £487.874 – £1.827.874
4 – The Muppets – £1.490.069 – £7.552.431
3 – Safe House – (NE) – £2.142.872
2 – The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel – (NE) – £2.222.051
1 – The Woman in Black – £2.432.580 – £9.087.201
New Releases – 4 new films will be trying to entice you to spend your money on them this week, first of is comedy from the director of the Hangover, Project X, then there is action/comedy This Means War, then there is comedy from the director of Role Model’s, Wanderlust and finally the 3rd comedy of the week in the form of Hunky Dory.
It seems that nothing could shake last weeks number 1 off the top spot even though the second place film gave it a good try.
The interesting thing about this weeks chart is that 3 films in last weeks top 10 made more this week than they did last week however it was oscar favourite The Artist which managed to find it’s way back into the top 10, the biggest surprise however was that there was only 1 new entry in the form of Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance which managed to hit the number 3 spot.
10 – War Horse – £450.073 – £15.339.371
9 – The Artist – £527.358 – £6396.585
8 – The Descendants – £564.536 – £4.218.456
7 – Chronicle – £727.871 – £3.945.526
6 – The Vow – £953.165 – £2.044.634
5 – Journey 2: The Mysterious Island – £1.061.550 – £3.164.994
4 – Star Wars: Episode 1 the Phantom Menace 3D – £1.077.302 – £2.605.458
3 – Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance – (NE) – £1.340.000
2 – The Muppets – £3.411.698 – £6.062.362
1 – The Woman in Black – £3.501.601 – £6.654.621
New Releases – 3 films will be trying to get your cash so they can make it into next weeks top 10, first off is small Australian drama Red Dog, then we have gritty drama starring Woody Harrelson in the form of Rampart and finally we have Safe House starring Ryan Reynolds and Denzel Washington.
Last weeks number 1 The Vow couldn’t hold on to the top spot for more than a week despite putting ina good fight with the film that has managed to knocked it off the top spot and thats last weeks number 2 Safe House.
3 new films graced this weeks top 10, first off going in at a impressive number 9 spot is the brilliant animated film Arrietty, doing better but not as nearly as good as hoped was This Means War that went in to the number 5 spot however it was Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance that was the highest new entry this week however it could only go in at number 3.
10 – The Grey – $3.032.000 – $47.925.000
9 – Arrietty – (NE) – $6.400.000
8 – The Woman In Black – $6.645.000 – $45.256.000
7 – Chronicle – $7.500.000 – $50.979.000
6 – Star Wars :Episode 1 the Phantom Menace 3D – $7.865.000 – $33.738.000
5 – This Means War – (NE) – $17.550.000
4 – Journey 2: The Mysterious Island – $20.085.000 – $58.201.000
3 – Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance – (NE) – $22.000.000
2 – The Vow – $23.600.000 – $85.527.000
1 – Safe House – $24.000.000 – $78.300.000
New Releases – Even though there are 3 new films out this week none of them shine, first off is thriller Act of Valor, next up is another thriller however this stars Amanda Seyfried Gone and finally another Tyler Perry film in the form of Tyler Perry’s Good Deeds.
Catch up with this week’s show which features reviews of the week’s cinema releases including the return of The Muppets along with Jason Segal, Amy Adams and Chris Cooper, David Cronenberg’s A Dangerous Method starring Viggo Mortensen, Michael Fassbender and Keira Knightly, as well as a look at the 3D converted re-release of Star Wars: Episode I, The Phantom Menace. On DVD/Blu Ray we look at Taylor Lautner’s leading role in action/thriller Abduction, Rowan Atkinson’s return as a bumbling secret agent in Johnny English: Reborn, a true story for all the family in Dolphin Tale, horror movie sequel The Howling: Reborn, and comedy drama Hesher, plus as usual our look at the latest movie news, UK Box Office and Blu-Ray/DVD top 10’s.
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