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Rank Film  (Distributor) Three-day gross (Aug 16-18) Total gross to date  Week
1 Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood (Sony) £5.1m £7.5m 1
The Lion King (Disney) £2.4m £65.9m 5
3 Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw (Universal) £1.4m £16.3m 3
Dora And The Lost City Of Gold (Paramount) £1.1m £1.2m 1
5 Toy Story 4 (Disney) £1m £61.2m 9
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1 Once Upon A Time In Hollywood 2019/8/16 £ 7,544,445 £ 7,544,445 Sony Int'l
2 Lion King, The 2019/7/19 £ 2,486,795 £ 65,977,991 Walt Disney Int'l
3 Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw 2019/8/2 £ 1,435,377 £ 16,259,367 Universal Int'l
4 Dora And The Lost City Of Gold 2019/8/16 £ 1,165,865 £ 1,166,520 Paramount Int'l
5 Toy Story 4 2019/6/21 £ 1,023,453 £ 61,239,938 Walt Disney Int'l
6 Good Boys 2019/8/16 £ 844,169 £ 844,169 Universal Int'l
7 Blinded By The Light 2019/8/9 £ 422,799 £ 2,019,537 eOne Films
8 Angry Birds Movie 2, The 2019/8/2 £ 415,613 £ 3,456,734 Sony Int'l
9 Spider-Man: Far From Home 2019/7/5 £ 386,817 £ 35,535,758 Sony Int'l
10 Casino Royale (Secret Cinema 2019) 2019/6/7 £ 345,761 £ 5,609,175 Independent
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It’s a shame Good Boys didn’t do well but it didn’t stand a chance with OUATH, Universal should have held it back until September 

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I wonder what did better this weekend, Crawl or Scary Stories since they both opened on the same day. 

 

There was certainly more advertising for Stories. I think Crawl is the much better film though. 

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Weekend Box Office: 23-25 August 2019 (Estimates)

 

1 Angel Has Fallen 2019/8/21 £ 1,509   Lions Gate Int'l
2 Lion King, The 2019/7/19 £ 452   Walt Disney Int'l
3 Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw 2019/8/2 £ 375   Universal Int'l
4 Crawl 2019/8/23 £ 151   Paramount Int'l
5 Once Upon A Time In Hollywood 2019/6/21 £ 99   Sony Int'l
6 Blinded by the Light 2019/8/16 £ 50   eOne Films
7 Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark 2019/8/23 £ 9.80   Lions Gate Int'l
8 Angry Birds Movie 2, The 2019/8/2 £ 5.19   Sony Int'l
9 Spider-Man: Far From Home 2019/7/5 £ 2   Sony Int'l
10 Dora And The Lost City Of Gold 2019/6/7   50p and a   Mars bar   Paramount Int'l
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Not a good weekend, despite the bank holiday. The weather won. 

 

Crawl only did £352,000 for the 3 day, £458,000 with previews and £558,000 including the bank holiday Monday. 

 

Scary Stories did £755,000 including Monday. 

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Awful weekend, but it was literally scorching and I didn’t see a cloud all weekend so I’m not surprised. It’s easily one the busiest weekends of the year for festivals/outdoor events with Notting Hill Carnival and multiple music festivals. One more week of school holidays. TLK should have topped £70m by tomorrow. 

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15 minutes ago, Heretic said:

Awful weekend, but it was literally scorching and I didn’t see a cloud all weekend so I’m not surprised. It’s easily one the busiest weekends of the year for festivals/outdoor events with Notting Hill Carnival and multiple music festivals. One more week of school holidays. TLK should have topped £70m by tomorrow. 

I never get why studios cram all their film onto that weekend but leave the weekend after empty. 

 

Angel has Fallen did alright considering, I don't think if it was ever going to match London has Fallen,

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2 hours ago, Krissykins said:

Not a good weekend, despite the bank holiday. The weather won. 

 

Crawl only did £352,000 for the 3 day, £458,000 with previews and £558,000 including the bank holiday Monday. 

 

Scary Stories did £755,000 including Monday. 

20 of that 755k came from me 😉

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1 Angel Has Fallen 2019/8/23 £ 2,122,408 £ 2,122,408 Lionsgate
2 Once Upon A Time In Hollywood 2019/8/16 £ 2,109,591 £ 12,736,798 Sony Int'l
3 Lion King, The 2019/7/19 £ 1,093,891 £ 69,064,201 Walt Disney Int'l
4 Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw 2019/8/2 £ 634,421 £ 17,849,035 Universal Int'l
5 Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark 2019/8/23 £ 611,218 £ 611,218 eOne Films
6 Dora And The Lost City Of Gold 2019/8/16 £ 488,100 £ 2,673,130 Paramount Int'l
7 Crawl 2019/8/23 £ 458,796 £ 458,796 Paramount Int'l
8 Toy Story 4 2019/6/21 £ 448,391 £ 62,536,622 Walt Disney Int'l
9 Good Boys 2019/8/16 £ 346,495 £ 1,872,605 Universal Int'l
10 Casino Royale (Secret Cinema 2019) 2019/6/7 £ 323,291 £ 6,095,745 Independent
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On 8/27/2019 at 10:45 PM, AndyK said:

20 of that 755k came from me 😉

Wish I could get mine back lol.

 

Crawl, on the other hand, was amazing. 

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6 hours ago, Krissykins said:

Joins Bohemian Rhapsody and Greatest Showman in the top 3. 

 

Avengers: Infinity War :rock:

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Liongking £1,226,964(+12%)/71,715,236 ALL TIME NO.11

# Film Box-office
1 Star Wars: The Force Awakens £123,037,261
2 Skyfall £102,876,981
3 Spectre £95,200,787
4 Avatar £94,025,474
5 Avengers: Endgame
£88,690,743
6 Star Wars: The Last Jedi £82,659,680
7 Titanic £79,993,021
8 Toy Story 3 £73,908,425
9 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 £73,135,472
10 Beauty and the Beast (2017) £72,430,579

 

 

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1 Once Upon A Time In Hollywood 2019/8/16 £ 1,841,873 £ 16,395,349 Sony Int'l
2 Lion King, The 2019/7/19 £ 1,226,964 £ 71,715,236 Walt Disney Int'l
3 Angel Has Fallen 2019/8/23 £ 1,187,094 £ 4,536,490 Lionsgate
4 Dora And The Lost City Of Gold 2019/8/16 £ 622,872 £ 4,057,439 Paramount Int'l
5 Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw 2019/8/2 £ 610,479 £ 19,078,869 Universal Int'l
6 Toy Story 4 2019/6/21 £ 577,501 £ 63,815,055 Walt Disney Int'l
7 Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark 2019/8/23 £ 484,600 £ 1,649,543 eOne Films
8 Casino Royale (Secret Cinema 2019) 2019/6/7 £ 340,919 £ 6,598,593 Independent
9 Good Boys 2019/8/16 £ 307,668 £ 2,537,827 Universal Int'l
10 Informer, The 2019/8/30 £ 301,424 £ 301,424 Warner Bros Int'l
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On 8/29/2019 at 2:17 PM, TalismanRing said:

Avengers: Infinity War :rock:

Whoops. I can’t find download numbers for Infinity War? 

 

Greatest Showman’s first 23 days were 348,497 downloads, Bohemian was 388,000 with an extra 5 days. 

 

Disc first week: 

TGS 497,000

BR 465,000

IW 451,000

 

Hmm, Infinity War sold 451,000 discs in its first week, so actually behind both the musicals. It was third fastest selling title of 2018 when it was released. 

 

 

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It 2 did £2.93m OD, looks like we’re heading for a £7-8m OW

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