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Highest chart position: 2
Weeks on box office: 15
22nd October 2015
This week there are no less than 5 news film on the top 10 with animated sequel Hotel Transylvania 2 landing at the top.
HT2 tops the Uk box office with weekend gross of £6.3 million, this far outstrips the original movie in the series which entered at 2 with £1.7 million.
Hotel Transylvania went on to gross £7.8 million at the UK box office which this sequel should manage by next weekend.
Last weeks top film, The Martian, falls to number 4 this week after a all new top 3 entered the box office.
At number 2 is the true life drama Suffragettes starring Carey Mulligan and at 3 is Pan the Peter pan origins story starring Hugh Jackman.
Also new this week is: Crimson Peak at number 5 and The lobster at number 9.
A year ago
The 2014 re-image of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was new at number 1 knocking Gone Girl down to number 2.
Five years ago
Despicable Me made its debut at the top of the box office and with a whole new top 3 Wall Street Money Never Sleeps slips from the top to 4.
Ten years ago
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of The Were-Rabbit enters at the top of the chart knocking Pride and Prejudice down to number 3.
Fifteen years ago
Dinosaur from Disney made its debut a the top knocking Billy Elliott down to number 3.
Twenty years ago
Pocahontas kept its hold on the top of the chart and in an unusual move there was no new film that entered the chart.
Twenty five years ago
Ghost held on at the top for yet another week leaving The Little Mermaid to enter highest at number 2.
No move for Gravity at the top of the DVD/Blu-ray sales chart, no doubt the Oscars help it out no end, highest new film is at 2 this week.
With Gravity holding its own at the top, Enders Game had to settle for the runner up spot to debut. The Harrison Ford starring film was meant to be a big sci-fi film released at the end of October last year, but a weak entry at 5 on the box office saw the film sink after 4 weeks taking just shy of £3 million.
It's an interesting week for movie sales, Disney has its annual sale on currently and this has seen 9 Disney disks enter the top 20. The highest of these is Monsters University from last year, but The Little Mermaid has also made a high entry at 7, incredible for a 25 year old film.