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US box office top 10 – W/E 16/03/14

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Well last weeks number one 300: Rise of an Empire could only hold on to the top spot for just one week as last weeks number two Mr Peabody and Sherman has managed to knock it off the top.

Three new films went into this weeks chart, firstly going into the number 10 spot was kickstarter funded Veronica Mars, hitting the number five spot was comedy Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club.  This weeks highest new entry went to vidoegame inspired movie Need For Speed which went into the number three spot.

New Releases – Two new films will be trying to get into next weeks top 10, on offer is sci-fi action drama Divergent and the return of the Muppets back to the big screen with Muppets Most Wanted.

10. Veronica Mars – (NE) – $2,021,000

9. Frozen – $2,117,000 – $396,356,000

8. The Grand Budapest Hotel – $3,640,000 – $4,779,000

7. Son of God – $5,400,000 – $50,875,000

6. The Lego Movie – $7,705,000 – $236,932,000

5. Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club – (NE) – $8,300,000

4. Non-Stop – $10,615,000 – $68,805,000

3. Need For Speed – (NE) – $17,808,000

2. 300: Rise of An Empire – $19,105,000 – $78,311,000

1. Mr Peabody and Sherman – $21,200,000 – $63,180,000

US box office top 10 – W/E 09/03/14

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Well it looks like Non-Stop could only hold on to the top spot for just one week as it has been knocked off the top of the chart by 300: Rise of An Empire.

The only other new entry in this weeks chart went to animated film Mr Peabody and Sherman which went in at the number two spot.

New Releases – Only two new films are out this week trying to get there way into next weeks chart, so if you are after something new then you have action film Need for Speed and Tyler Perry’s latest film Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club

10. Ride Along – $2,004,000 – $129,968,000

9. 12 Years a Slave – $2,175,000 – $53,107,000

8. Frozen – $3,010,000 – $393,051,000

7. 3 Days to Kill – $3,062,000 – $25,556,000

6. The Monuments Men – $3,100,000 – $70,602,000

5. Son of God – $10,000,000 – $41,494,000

4. The Lego Movie – $11,005,000 – $224,974,000

3. Non-Stop – %15,378,000 – $52,117,000

2. Mr Peabody and Sherman – (NE) – $32,500,000

1. 300: Rise of An Empire – (NE) – $45,050,000

US box office top 10 – W/E 23/02/14

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Well it seems that everything is staying awesome for the Lego Movie as it remains at the top of the chart this week even though it didn’t have much challenge from any of this weeks new entries.

Only two new films went into this weeks chart, firstly going in at number three was action film Pompeii from director Paul W.S Anderson (Resident Evil).  The only other new entry in this weeks chart went to thriller 3 Days a Kill which went into the number two spot.

New Releases –  Only two new films are released this week that has any chance of getting into next weeks top 10, firstly you have the latest thriller starring Liam Neeson in Non-Stop and your other choice is drama Son of God.

10. Winters Tale – $2,130,000 – $11,224,000

9. Endless Love – $4,301,000 – $20,142,000

8. Frozen – $4,357,000 – $384,061,000

7. Ride Along – $4,667,000 – $123,173,000

6. About Last Night – $7,400,000 – $38,150,000

5. The Monuments Men – $8,100,000 – $58,050,000

4. Robocop – $9,400,000 – $43,600,000

3. Pompeii – (NE) – $10,010,000

2. 3 Days to Kill – (NE) – $12,300,000

1. The Lego Movie – $31,450,000 – $183,160,000

US box office top 10 – W/E 16/02/14

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Despite four new films out this week none of them could manage to remove The Lego Movie from atop of the chart, the movie has now easily smashed through the $100 marks at the box office and it doesn’t look like it will be moving for at least another week.

As i said above four new films went into this weeks top 10, firstly going in at number seven was Winters Tale, Hitting the number five spot was romantic drama Endless Love.  Going in at a lower than expect was the latest 80’s action film to get the remake treatment Robocop, the film could only manage to go into the number three spot.  This weeks highest new entry went to comedy About Last Night which found it’s way into the number two spot.

New Releases – Only a couple of new films out this week and none should challeneg the might of The Lego Movie at the top of the chart, if you are after something new then you have thriller 3 Days to Kill, action drama Pompeii and the final film from animation mast Hayao Miyazaki, The Wind Rises

10. That Awkward Moment – $3,337,000 – $21,400,000

9. Lone Survivor – $4,076,000 – $118,402,000

8. Frozen – $5,855,000 – $376,046,000

7. Winters Tale – (NE) – $7,785,000

6. Ride Along – $8,759,000 – $116,133,000

5. Endless Love – (NE) – $13,380,000

4. The Monuments Men – $15,000,000 – $43,670,000

3. Robocop – (NE) – $21,500,000

2. About Last Night – (NE) – $27,000,000

1. The Lego Movie – $48,810,000 – $129,113,000

US box office top 10 – W/E 26/01/14

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Well nothing much has happened when it comes to this weeks chart as last weeks number one, Ride Along has managed to hold on to the top spot for a second week.

Only one new film went into this weeks chart and that went to action fantasy movie I.Frankenstein which went in at a very low number six.

New Releases – Only two new films are out this week so expect next weeks chart to not look that much different, however if your after a new movie then you have drama Labor Day and romantic comedy That Awkward.

10. Devil’s Due – $2,750,000 – $12,886,000

9. The Wolf of Wall Street – $5,000,000 – $98,030,000

8. August: Osage County – $5,041,000 – $26,527,000

7. American Hustle – $7,100,000 – $127,039,000

6. I.Frankenstein – (NE) – $8,275,000

5. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit – $8,800,000 – $30,168,000

4. Frozen – $9,035,000 – $347,816,000

3. The Nut Job – $12,316,000 – $40,271,000

2. Lone Survivor – $12,601,000 – $93,615,000

1. Ride Along – $21,162,000 – $75,407,000

US box office top 10 – W/E 19/01

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It’s nice to have a little bit of a shake up when it comes to the top 10 and this week is one of those, last weeks number one Lone Survivor is no longer sitting at the top of the tree, instead we have a new number one in the form of comedy film Ride Along.

Three other new films made there way into the top 10, firstly going in at number seven was horror film Devil’s Due, hitting the number four spot was action thriller Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit and the final new entry went to animated film Nut Job which went in at number three.

New Releases – Only one new film of note is out this week and that’s action horror film I, Frankenstein.

10. Saving Mr Banks – $4,147,000 – $75,391,000

9. The Wolf of Wall Street – $7,500,000 – $90,277,000

8. August: Osage County – $7,592,000 – $18,181,000

7. Devil’s Due – (NE) – $8,500,000

6. American Hustle – $10,600,000 – $116,431,000

5. Frozen – $11,971,000 – $332,602,000

4. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit – (NE) – $17,200,000

3. The Nut Job – (NE) – $20,550,000

2. Lone Survivor – $23,239,000 – $74,049,000

1. Ride Along – (NE) – $41,237,000

US box office top 10 – W/E 05/01/14

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Well the first top 10 of 2014 hasn’t given us anything in the way of surprises, in fact last weeks number one Frozen has managed to spend another week at the top of the chart.

Only one new film went into this weeks top 10 and that went to Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones, despite the film only going in at number two and taking just under the $20 million it has still taken nearly 4 times it’s budget making it another success for Jason Blums production house.

New Releases – Only one new film is out this week and that’s the action film The Legend of Hercules starring Kellan Lutz.

10. Grudge Match – $5,410,000 – $24,920,000

9. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – $7,400,000 – $407,488,000

8. Secret Life of Walter Mitty – $8,200,000 – $45,669,000

7. Saving Mr Banks – $9,057,000 – $59,320,000

6. Anchorman: The Legend Continues – $11,100,000  – $109,180,000

5. American Hustle – $13,200,000 – $88,700,000

4. Wolf of Wall Street – $13,400,000 – $63,295,000

3. The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug – $16,250,000 – $229,634,000

2. Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones – (NE) – $18,200,000

1. Frozen – $20,722,000 – $297,838,000

US Box Office Top 10 – W/E 01/12

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None of this weeks new films could move the Hunger Games: Catching Fire off the top spot however Disney latest animated film Frozen gave it a good run for it’s money.

Only two new films went into this weeks chart, firstly going in at number eight was comedy movie Black Nativty.  This weeks highest new entry though went to Homefront which went into the number five spot, the film directed by Slyvester Stallone and starring Jason Statham didn’t do as well at the box office as much as people thought it would do.

New Releases – Erm we have a very strange week for new films this week in that there are none that will be getting any kind of a decent release.

10. Last Vegas – $2,785,000 – $58,722,000

9. Philomena – $3,789,000 – $4,754,000

8. Black Nativity – (NE) – $3,880,000

7. The Book Thief – $4,850,000 – $7,856,000

6. Delivery Man – $6,931,000 – $19,453,000

5. Homefront – (NE) – $6,970,000 – $9,795,000

4. The Best Man Holiday – $8,491,000 – $63,414,000

3. Thor: The Dark World – $15,493,000 – $186,712,000

2. Frozen – $66,713,000 – $93,013,000

1. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – $74,500,000 – $296,500,000

US box office top 10 – W/E 24/11/13

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Well it seems that Thor had no chance whatsoever when he took on one of this weeks new entries as he has been beaten into a little pulp and finds himself at the number two spot.

Two new films went into this chart, first off going in at number four was comedy film Delivery Man.  This weeks highest new entry and the new number one went to the second in the hunger games films with The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.  The film has become the 7th highest grossing debut film of all time taking just over $160 million and the highest grossing debut film of all time that was released in November.

New Releases – Not very much when it comes to new films this week however if you are after something new then you have musical Black Nativity and action thriller Homefront to choose from.

10. Dallas Buyers Club – $2,770,000 – $6,450,000

9. 12 Years a Slave – $2,800,000 – $29,393,000

8. Gravity – $3,305,000 – $245,503,000

7. Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa – $3,450,000 – $95,451,000

6. Last Vegas – $4,400,000 – $53,926,000

5. Free Birds – $5,300,000 – $48,594,000

4. Delivery Man – (NE) – $8,215,000

3. The Best Man Holiday – $12,522,000 – $50,391,000

2. Thor: The Dark World – $14,117,000 – $167,837,000

1. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – (NE) – $161,125,000

US box office top 10 W/E 17/11/13

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Well no film thought they were tough enough to go up against Thor so it will come as no surprise to hear that it has managed to stay at the top of the chart for a second week despite a drop off of 51%.

Only one new film went into this weeks chart and that was comedy movie The Best Man Holiday which went into the number two spot and gave Thor a bit of a scare by taking just under $8 million less than it.

New Releases – This week see’s only two new films trying to fight there way into next weeks chart, firstly you have comedy film Delivery Man.  Your second choice and the movie that should easily go into the number one spot and should take north of $80 million is The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.

10. About Time – $3,462,000 – $11,568,000

9. Captain Phillips – $4,500,000 – $97,617,000

8. 12 Years a Slave – $4,700,000 – $24,949,000

7. Enders Game – $6,200,000 – $53,777,000

6. Gravity – $6,280,000 – $240,556,000

5. Jackass Presents Bad Grandpa – $7,670,000 – $90,202,000

4. Free Birds – $8,300,000 – $42,218,000

3. Last Vegas – $8,850,000 – $46,958,000

2. The Best Man Holiday – (NE) – $30,593,000

1. Thor: The Dark World – $38,454,000 – $146,965,000