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Weekend Chart

1 Daddy's Home 2 2017-11-24 £ 4,919,051 £ 4,919,051 Paramount Int'l
2 Paddington 2 2017-11-10 £ 4,545,218 £ 22,990,836 Studiocanal
3 Justice League 2017-11-17 £ 2,990,473 £ 12,917,287 Warner Bros Int'l
4 Murder On The Orient Express 2017-11-03 £ 1,373,756 £ 20,442,641 Fox Int'l
5 Frozen 2013-12-06 £ 1,115,689 £ 42,996,289 Walt Disney Int'l
6 Thor: Ragnarok 2017-10-27 £ 596,034 £ 29,306,199 Walt Disney Int'l
7 Battle Of The Sexes 2017-11-24 £ 552,521 £ 552,521 Fox Int'l
8 Bad Moms Christmas, A 2017-11-03 £ 398,450 £ 6,756,130 Entertainment Film Distributors
9 Letters To Santa 3 2017-11-24 £ 397,737 £ 397,737 Phoenix
10 Suburbicon 2017-11-24 £ 231,412 £ 231,412 eOne Films
 
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2 hours ago, SchumacherFTW said:

They just said it's going to be suitable for those aged 15 and over.... Pass, I've now got no idea at all. 

Downsizing?

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18 hours ago, SchumacherFTW said:

Now you see me, Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Dawn of the planet of the Apes, That sea thing with Hemsworth and Triple 9

They’ve been doing secret screenings for years. The first one I remember was Nacho Libre in 2006. 

 

Cineworld are showing Jumanji on 8th December to unlimited members. 

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Wonder how today's weather will impact the BO.

 

Large parts of country, especially north London and beyond have had quite a lot of snow so I don't think cinemas will be doing too well here. 

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39 minutes ago, Heretic said:

Wonder how today's weather will impact the BO.

 

Large parts of country, especially north London and beyond have had quite a lot of snow so I don't think cinemas will be doing too well here. 

:( I need snow too!!

Btw, what do you think TLJ will make?

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15 minutes ago, FantasticBeasts said:

:( I need snow too!!

Btw, what do you think TLJ will make?

Not as much as TFA, maybe £80-90m.

 

But to be honest the range is huge. I could see it doing anything from £75-115m. Have to wait and see how it does on its opening, but pre-sales are expectedly very strong.

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Cinemas here in Glasgow look quite busy, but it’s freezing, lots of ice but no snow yet.

 

Going to Justice League. Smaller rooms now but looking quite full for a Sunday evening. 

 

Jumanji has had the most showtimes this weekend. 

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According to Deadline JL only did $0.8M in 7 days and dropped out of the Top 20(last weekend was 3rd)...:rolleyes:

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1 hour ago, efialtes76 said:

According to Deadline JL only did $0.8M in 7 days and dropped out of the Top 20(last weekend was 3rd)...:rolleyes:

It would definitely still be in the top 20 with that number, on any weekend. 

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2 hours ago, efialtes76 said:

According to Deadline JL only did $0.8M in 7 days and dropped out of the Top 20(last weekend was 3rd)...:rolleyes:

:ohmygod:

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New figures show UK box office receipts crossed the billion-pound line in record time this year — hitting the landmark in the last week of September, two weeks earlier than in 2016.

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The research also found Londoners account for one in 20 of all cinema tickets sold across Europe this year, and visit the cinema on average three times a year. 

 

 

That second quote is mind-boggling.

 

A city with a metropolitan population of 14m is is responsible for 1 in 20 tickets sold in a continent of 750m people.

 

https://www.standard.co.uk/goingout/film/emma-watson-helps-power-london-to-box-office-record-a3715546.html

 

 

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UK Top Five

FULL SCREEN
 
 Rank Film / Distributor  Weekend gross (Fri-Sun)  Running total Week
 1  Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle(Sony)  $2.81m (£2.1m) previews  N/A  P
 2  Paddington 2 (Studiocanal)  $2.25m (£1.68m)  $39.26m (£29.33m)  5
 3  Daddy’s Home 2 (Paramount)  $1.51m (£1.13m)  $13.02m (£9.73m)  3
 4  Wonder (Lionsgate)  $991,003 (£740,378)  $3.45m (£2.58m)  2
 5  Ferdinand (Fox)  $811,048 (£606,908) previews  N/A  P

The heavy snowfall and impending release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi (Dec 14) made for a slow weekend at the UK box office.

Previews dominated this week’s top five, with two films landing on the chart ahead of their official releases.

Sony

Despite technically only previewing this weekend, Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle comfortably landed top of the UK box office, taking $2.81m (£2.1m) from 517 sites for a healthy-looking site average of $5,437 (£4,062).

The film now leaves cinemas for 10 days, with Star Wars: The Last Jedi set to dominate almost the entirety of UK cinema real estate, but returns for its official opening on December 20, when the full opening figure will be reported (including previews).

Brigsby Bear opened to a meagre $6,023 (£4,500) from its 63 screens. Including previews through the Odeon Screen Unseen event, the film sits on $49,257 (£36,800).

The Star is up to $754,920 (£564,000) after $128,497 (£96,000) this weekend and after an uptick last weekend, Call Me By Your Name dropped only 23% for $49,525 (£37,000) and now sits on $1.47m (£1.1m).

Studiocanal

Paddington 2 remains top of the films on full release, dropping 41% this weekend with $2.25m (£1.68m). It now sits on $39.26m (£29.33m) and while it will lose screens to Star Wars next week, the film will continue to play over the Christmas period and into the new year.

Paramount

Daddy’s Home 2 fell a further 41% to $1.51m (£1.13m) and it now sits on $13.02m (£9.73m). The film has a lot of ground to make up on the original’s gross of $22.97m (£17.2m).

Lionsgate

In its second week, Wonder fell 40% to $991,003 (£740,378). It now sits on $3.45m (£2.58m).

The Jake Gyllenhaal-starring Stronger posted a bow of $105,973 (£79,172) from its 148 sites. Previews of $30,905 (£23,089) take the film to a running total of $136,877 (£102,261).

Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool added a further $32,284 (£24,119) for $114,8547 (£858,079) to-date. Meanwhile, Jigsaw added $11,032 (£8,242) for a cume of $6.73m (£5.03m).

20th Century Fox

Previewing this weekend, family animation Ferdinand posted $811,048 (£606,908) Fri-Sun to sneak into the top five. The film has its official opening on Saturday next weekend, Dec 16. Murder On The Orient Express added $538,456 (£402,927) in its sixth week and now sits on $30.74m (£23m).

Battle Of The Sexes fell a further 70% to $88,102 (£65,927) this weekend. The film’s running total is $1.78m (£1.33m).

Warner Bros

After platforming the film in London last weekend, Sony pushed the James Franco-starring The Disaster Artist into 303 cinemas this week. Despite a certain niche appeal, the film’s good critical buzz and star power garnered a $439,630 (£329,000) Fri-Sun haul. Including the London opening, its cumulative total is $901,976 (£675,000).

Justice League fell a further 63%, taking $736,279 (£551,000) Fri-Sun for a to-date cume of $22.29m (£16.68m).

Disney

With Star Wars: The Last Jedi waiting in the wings - it opens on Thursday (Dec 14) - Disney is preparing itself for a huge run into Christmas. This week, Thor: Ragnarok added $322,407 (£241,000) and now sits on $41.04m (£30.68m), passing Spider-Man: Homecoming’s total of $40.91m (£30.3m) earlier this year.

Arrow Films

Arrow went big with Blade Of The Immortal, releasing on 111 screens, surpassing The Handmaiden to make it the widest foreign language film release of the year.

A disappointing figure of $31,975 (£23,908) was boosted a little by previews, which when included make for a total opening of $73,264 (£54,780). Overall, the screen average of $661 (£494) makes tough reading for foreign language cinema fans.

Entertainment Film Distributors

A Bad Moms Christmas took $223,394 (£166,898) Fri-Sun and now sits on a running total of $10.48m (£7.83m).

Altitude

Ai Weiwei doc Human Flow posted a healthy opening of $126,846 (£94,919) from its 17 sites, the majority of which came from previews. Site average was a decent $7,461 (£5,583). The FloridaProject played in 28 sites for a cume of $1.01m (£757,464). Loving Vincent fell 70%, taking $5,102 (£3,817) from its six sites for $1.21m (£905,527) to-darte.

Curzon Artificial Eye

Happy End added $49,577 (£37,039) Fri-Sun for a running total of $316,437 (£236,410).

Vertigo

The Dinner opened to $114,110 (£85,252) from 55 sites. Menashe posted $54,945 (£41,049) from 26 sites, including $11,553 (£8,631) in previews.

Thunderbird

The Man Who Invented Christmas added $73,547 (£55,026) Fri-Sun and now sits on $490,689 (£367,120).

Universal

Genre flick Better Watch Out opened in 155 sites, taking $59,463 (£44,539).

Next week

This week is all about Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which opens from Thursday, Dec 14. Minimal competition comes mostly in the form of limited releases – including Vertigo’s The Prince Of Nothingwood and Thunderbird’s Song Of Granite – but Fox’s animation Ferdinand has its official opening from Saturday, Dec 16.

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Its really nice to see the UK boosting the European box office when markets like Germany are declining.

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Oh shit, Better Watch Out only made £44,000 lol I better go and see it before Thursday! 

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