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UK Box Office Thread: Endgame breaks all opening records with astonishing £43.4m ($56m)!!

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Avengers tickets are on sale now, 2 weeks earlier than I was expecting. Totally booked them though

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Avengers tickets are on sale now, 2 weeks earlier than I was expecting. Totally booked them though

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I booked tickets to the Ultimate Marathon in Leicester Square, I can already feel how much sleep I'm gonna miss 

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I booked tickets to the Ultimate Marathon in Leicester Square, I can already feel how much sleep I'm gonna miss 

 

Damn, 22 hours in the cinema. Didnt know they were doing the marathon in the UK.

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I booked tickets to the Ultimate Marathon in Leicester Square, I can already feel how much sleep I'm gonna miss

I couldn't justify the £40 to drop on that one. That and I'm working that day ;)
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Marigold at £8.6m now. Weekdays were almost £3m. Very good.

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Merigold...Fox’s sequel adds $2.9m (£1.9m) for $13m (£8.6m) after 11 days in play;


Chappie is the highest new entry with $1.5m (£996,000);

Still Alice posts excellent $606,000 (£401,396) debut from 87 sites for Curzon Film World

Kingsman: The Secret Service is now Matthew Vaughn’s best-ever UK performer after a $678,000 (£448,333) weekend saw it to $23.1m (£15.3m) 

Unfinished Business matched its soft domestic bow with a weak $593,000 (£392,277) UK debut from its 408 sites

Selma and Birdman stand at $4.5m (£2.9m) and $8.8m (£5.8m), respectively.

 

... a respectable 32% drop in its second weekend, Focus climbed up to second at the UK box office with $2m (£1.3m).

Warner Bros’ con artist drama is now up to $6.4m (£4.25m)

American Sniper and Jupiter Ascending have amassed $20.5m (£13.6m) and $6.6m (£4.4m), respectively

 

... place to third but Fifty Shades of Grey ...with a $1.6m (£1.06m) fourth weekend... now grossed $49.4m (£32.7m)

 

The Theory of Everything  with a $254,000 (£168,000) ... for a superb running tally of $31.7m (£20.99m)

The Boy Next Door struggled in its second weekend with a 59% drop on its way to $251,000 (£166,000) for $1.2m (£817,000).

Kill the Messenger posted a $86,000 (£57,000) debut at a soft $756 (£500) site average.

 

Chappie was the week’s highest new entry in fourth with an uninspiring $1.5m (£996,000) bow from its 460 sites.

The Wedding Ringer stands at $3.3m (£2.2m) following a $214,000 (£142,000) third weekend

 

Falling a slim 33% in its sixth weekend, Disney’s Big Hero 6 flew to a further $1.2m (£814,000) for $28.1m (£18.62m) to date

 

Shaun the Sheep Movie added $916,000 (£606,231) for a decent $18.7m (£12.4m

Paddington is still attracting audiences in its 15th week of release and took $231,000 (£152,891) for $56.3m (£37.24m),

Catch Me Daddy .. $8,400 (£5,580) second weekend for $103,000 (£68,414).

 

Still Alice with an excellent $606,000 (£401,396) from its 87 sites, including just under $30,000 (£20,000) in previews.

 

The Duke of Burgundy has grossed $183,000 (£120,870)

It Follows posted a $344,000 (£227,492) second weekend ... to $1.2m (£816,670).

Hyena recorded a $30,000 (£19,564) bow, including previews, from its 17 sites

White God has grossed $54,000 (£35,928) after two weeks in play.

 

Released in three sites through Dogwoof, Dreamcatcher grossed a strong $5,600 (£3,710) on its UK debut.

 

This and some more setails are to find here:

http://www.screendaily.com/news/marigold-hotel-sequel-retains-uk-lead/5084033.article

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The UK was the 4th largest international market in 2014.

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The UK was the 4th largest international market in 2014.

 

surprised it wasn't 3rd.

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surprised it wasn't 3rd.

 

Just beaten by the French of all people.

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Ian Sandwell @ian_sandwell 14 mins14 minutes ago

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel records hat-trick at top of UK box office with around £1.4m for almost £12m to date.

 
Ian Sandwell @ian_sandwell 14 mins14 minutes ago

Run All Night lands with estimated UK bow of £860k from 544 screens for the week's highest new entry.

 
 
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Wonder how Home did, I imagine that may have outgrossed TSBEMH but it won't be included until next week. Unfornatutely it faces SpongeBob and Cinderella in the coming weeks

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Ian Sandwell @ian_sandwell 19 mins19 minutes ago

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel becomes first film of 2015 to record hat-trick at top of UK chart - http://www.screendaily.com/news/marigold-hotel-sequel-scores-uk-hat-trick/5084251.article?blocktitle=LATEST-FILM-NEWS-HEADLINES&contentID=42422 

 

 

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 1st 2015 movie with 3-times #1, fell 29%, $2.1m (£1.4m) = $17.3m (£11.7m) to date.

 

Home previewed strongly over Saturday and Sunday with its $3.6m (£2.5m) result making it the unofficial champion. The previews will go towards its opening this coming Friday [March 20]

 

Kingsman: The Secret Service 7th week, $422,000 (£285,560) = $23.3m (£15.8m)

 

Unfinished Business fell 64% 2nd weekend to take $163,000 (£110,580) = $1.1m (£715,403).

 

The 50th Anniversary re-release of The Sound of Music grossed $37,000 (£25,089) from its 95 sites on Sunday [March 15].

 

Run All Night $1.2m (£822,000) opening from its 430 sites.

 

Focus fell 39%, $1.2m (£803,000) 3rd weekend = $8.3m (£5.64m)

 

Suite Française  = $743,000 (£502,569) from its 426 sites.

 

2nd weekend  Chappie  $661,000 (£447,000) = $3m (£2m)

 

The Wedding Ringer = $3.3m (£2.25m)

 

Expanding to 202 sites Still Alice rose 9% (excluding previews) to $617,000 (£417,592) 2nd weekend = $1.6m (£1.1m)

 

hit hardest by Home’s healthy previews, Big Hero 6 fell 53%, 7th weekend $571,000 (£386,000) = $28.2m (£19.1m) through Disney.

~ $30,000 (£20,000) in previews X + Y a $228,000 (£154,374) start in the UK from its 119 sites

 

It Follows  a $155,000 (£104,492) 3rd weekend = $1.56m (£1.06m).

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