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Highest chart position: 3
Weeks on box office: 2
28th September 2020
As cinema doors remain closed and those which do open are have very limit capacity the need for a big hit is groweing ever more evident as Tenet remains at the top of the US box office for a 4th weekend.
There was a major shift in release dates last week with many Marvel film moving to 2021 and it looks like the next big hit will be the Bond movie No Time To Die in mid November, unless that moves as well!
With little to excite consumers here is the mini breakdown of the US box office.
Here is the top 5 breakdown weekend 25th - 27th September 2020.
Christopher Nolan's movie that should have saved cinema after the COVID-19 shutdown spends a 4th weekend at the top with its latest gross of $3.4 Million, 28% down from last weekend.
The movie has now taken a quite reasonable $41.2 Million and should go over $50 quite easily, and if it can keep going into December maybe even $60 Million.
Still doing well in the current climate is ill fated Disney mutant movie which remains at number 2 this weekend with $1.1 Million, down 37% from last weekend.
A five week run has given the movie $19.4 Million in total grosses in the US.
South Korean pop sensation BTS bring their concert movie to the big screen this week and is the top new movie at 3 with $1 Million.
The movie is has the longest run on the box office this week and takes $1 Million on its 7th weekend of release.
The low budget movie has now taken $17 Million in the US and could potentially take $20 Million before it run ends.
Celebrating its 40th anniversary the original Star Wars sequel gets a re-release on the big screen and lands at 5 with $908K, it has grossed $292.1 Million in the US since its 1980 release.
15th September 2020
Tenet remains at the top of the UK box office for a third weekend while After We Collided get an increase in cinema count and get an impressive leap to number 2.
Highest new 'movie' of the weekend is the Event Cinema release of the K-Pop band BTS in concert while the top new film is The Broken Hearts Gallery which misses out on a place on the top 5.
In a downward spiral for the second weekend running the top 15 movies grossed less than the previous weekend, this could be down to no new film being released or people not willing to venture to the cinema in the current climate, the rela test will be when the next big movie comes out, although release dates are starting to shift again.
Here is a breakdown of the top 5 movies in the UK 11th - 13th September 2020.
No surprise that the Christopher Nolan movie is the top film in the UK for the third weekend in a row, and with a weekend gross of £1.2 Million the movie is slowing fast.
The movie has now taken £12.4 Million in the UK, the good news is its now the 8th top movie of 2020, to date.
After a good debut last weekend the movie got a significant increase in screen count this week giving the Roger Kumble directed movie a good boost and the movie climbs to number 2 with £422.6K.
This puts the movies total UK gross at £763.6K after 2 weeks of release.
The many fans for K-Pop band rushed out this weekend to see the bands latest live movie event to the tune of £374K making the top new entry of the week.
Disney's troubles mutant movie from the X-Men universe fall to number 4 this weekend with £200.6K in takings.
This puts the movies total gross at £1.1 Million after 2 weeks of release, ironically I'm not sure if the film would have done any better in a fully functioning market!
It not all bad news for Disney as their Pixar movie Onward spends a 14th weekend the top 5, at 5, with £97.2K taking its total gross to £7.06 Million.