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This version was released in cinemas on 8th July 2016 where it entered at number 2, beaten by The Secret Life of Pets on its 3rd week at the top.
The Legend of Tarzan took £3.5 million on its opening weekend and spent 5 weeks on the UK top 15, it then spent another 7 weeks in Uk cinemas before disappearing.
During that time it took a non too shabby £9.2 million, also the film didn't do too bad on the global stage taking £356.6 million.
Last weeks top film, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Out of The Shadows, falls quite hard down to number 5 this week after a single week at the top.
Also making its debut on the chart this week is: Supersonic at number 2 and Central Intelligence at number 3.
Also making a re-entry at number 4 thanks to a new version of the Blu-ray is Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens.
In its second weekend The Life of Pets takes a gross of £4.7 million, this brings the films total gross to an very good £16.6 million after 2 weeks, the films weekly gross is over £7 million.
Highest new entry of the week in Absolutely Fabulous The Move which makes its debut at number 2, a weekend gross of £4.02 million.
The film version of the British comedy comes nearly 25 years after the TV series started on BBC and amazingly it still has all the original cast including leads Joanna Lumley and Jennifer Saunders.
A good run should be in order for the film although as is often the case with TV to movie adaptation it will probably spend a lot of time in cinemas but out of the charts.
Also new this week is Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart in Central Intelligence which is new at 3.
Highest total grossing and longest running movie on the box office this week once again is The Jungle Book which over 12 weeks has grossed £47 million.
A years ago
The Minions remained at the top of the box office while highest new film was Terminator Genisys at number 2.
Five years ago
Transformers: Dark of The Moon is the highest new film at the top of the box office while falling to number 2 is Bridesmaids.
Ten years ago
New at the top of Dreamworks Over The Hedge while The Fast and The Furious Tokyo Drift falls down to number 3.
Fifteen years ago
Shrek was the new film at the top of the box office while Evolution falls to number 2.
Twenty years ago
The Rock remains firm at the top of the box office while highest new film is Moonlight and Valentino at number 4.
Twenty five years ago
The Naked Gun 2 ½ The Smell of Fear makes its box office debut at the top knocking Silence of The Lambs down to number 2.
The sequel to 1996's Independence Day took $143.7 million from the week lead by the likes of Mexico and Taiwan.
In total the film was released in 58 countries and the one place it didn't manage to it the top was North America where is was beaten by Finding Dory.
On the global stage Finding Dory fell to number 2 with a global gross of $110.2 million from 38 countries, 20 less than Resurgence.
The film is still playing strong in North America but is yet to open in some key territories including most of Europe.
The Pixar and Disney film total global gross is now sitting at $396.8 million, the one billion mark is surely a reachable target? Also new this week is The Shallows which makes a debut at number 7 with $16.7 million from a single territory, North America.<> Highest total grossing film on the world box office is Warcraft which has now grossed $412.1 million during its run.
Here is this weeks world grossing top 5
The US box office brought the film $136 million and globally the film took $186.1 million from 30 countries, Europe and Australia are still to get a release.
Last weeks top film across the globe, The Conjuring 2, falls by a quite a bit but still manages to hold itself at number 2.
The horror film takes $57.4 million this weekend from 50 countries and has a total global gross of $187.9 million.
Also new is Central Intelligence at number 3 with $41 million from 25 countries.
Highest total grossing movie this week on the global box office is Zootopia, not that Captain America is no longer on the top 15, with $1.01 billion dollars.
Here is this weeks top 5 global films