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Highest chart position: 2
Weeks on box office: 5
2nd November 2020
The Halloween season hit the box office this weekend and horror movie Come Play makes its debut at the top of the US box office to celebrate.
The only other new release to hit this week box office is right down at number 10 where the movie Spell directed by Mark Tonderai makes its debut.
Here is the US box office Quickview.
Here is a breakdown of the top 5 US box office movies 30th October - 1st November 2020.
The top movie over the Halloween period is this horror movie directed by Jacob Chase which on its debut weekend take $3.15 Million.
The new Kevin Coster movie Let Him Gois getting a release on Friday and getting some hype so it could be a short spell at the top.
Liam Neeson falls to numer 2 this weekend after a couple of weeks at the top with a weekend gross of $1.35 Million, a 43% drop from last weekend.
The movie has done well at the box office and after 3 weeks of release has taken $9.5 Million.
The Tim Hill directed movie falls one more place to number 3 this weekend with $1.08 Million, 43% down from last weekend.
The movie has a new total gross of $11.2 Million after weeks of release.
Falling to number 4 this weekend is the John David Washington starring movie which takes $885,000, only a drop of 32%.
The movie has now been on release for 9 weeks and has taken $53.8 Million.
A new release last weekend the David Prior directed movie falls to number 5 this weekend with $561, a 57% drop from last weekend.
This takes the movie to $2.26 Million after 2 weeks of release.
12th October 2020
With cinemas in the US having a hard time with a mixture of closures and re-openings in different states not to mention the lack of big new releases its good to see a new number 1 movie and one starring a big name.
Robert De Niro stars in the kids movie The War With Grandpa which quite easily tops the US box office this weekend pushing Tenet down to the runner up spot.
With no big blockbuster movies hitting cinemas until Christmas there is a chance we could see a lot of yo-yo'ing on the box office iver the coming weeks, and a ot of smaller independent movies doing better than expected.
Here is this weeks US box office Quickview.
Here is the US box office top 5 breakdown 9th - 11th October 2020
Director Tim Hill's new movie gets released during a period when there is very little in the way of competition and coupled with its high profile star Robert De Niro the movie takes over at the top with a weekend gross of $3.6 Million.
The movie is squarely aimed at children and time will tell if it has enough for a long run at the top and with Tenet a continuous threat to reclaim the top and a new Liam Neeson action movie out this weekend it could be a short spell.
Christopher Nolans mind bending movie falls from the top after 5 weeks with a weekend gross of $2.1 Million this weekend, 22% down from last weekend.
This gives the movie a 6 week total gross of $48.3 Million and is by a wide margin the top movie of recent months despite the fact it is being seen as a flop, but during the current time of closures what is a decent gross.
The 27 year old Halloween favourite drop to number 3 this weekend with $1.1 Million, the movie has now taken $42.6 Million since its release in 1993.
This weekends gross is 40% down from last weeeknd.
The mutant movie from Disney starring Maisie Williams falls to number 3 this weekend with $685K, 34% down from last weekend, taking its gross to $21.9 Million after 7 weeks of release.
Falling to number 5 this weekend is the Russell Crowe starring movie which takes $660K this weekend, 22% down from last weekend, for a very nice $19.3 Million over 9 weeks of release.
8th October 2020
The Chinese box office is far outpacing any other country at the moment and can be seen as a model of how to re-open your box office as two movies gross over $150 Million each.
Sequel movie My People, My Homeland and animated feature Legend Of Deification were so far ahead in the weekend takings not nothing else had a look in and the third place movie, Tenet, took a fraction over the same period.
Here is a quick look breakdown of the weeks top 15.
Here is a breakdown of the top 5 movies globally at the box office 2nd - 4th October 2020.
The follow up to My People, My Country land on the Chinese box office at number 1 and hence lands on the global box office at the top with a weekend gross of $157.5 Million on its debut.
The movie directed by a whole host of directors and if it does as well at the previous movie could take near to $500 Million.
Called Jiang Ziya this animated fantasy tale hit the number 2 spot in China on its release being narrowly beaten by My People, My Country, but still the Teng Cheng and Li Wei directed movie took $151.7 Million to debut second globally.
Falling to number 3 this weekend as the Christopher Nolan movie starts to slow down across the globe, this weekend it took $14.2 Million.
This pushes the movies total gross after 6 weeks to $307.1 Million.
Disneys mutant movie goes back into the top 5 this weekend taking $1.95 Million at number 4.
This pushes the movies total global gross to $42.1 Million after 7 weeks of release.
The Halloween favourite gets a re-release in America, where it debuted at number 2, and makes its global debut at number 5 with $1.95 Million, 27 years after the movie first debuted.
5th October 2020
With Tenet still at the top of the US box office and no big new releases this weekend it was up to a 27 year old Halloween favourite to cheer up the box office.
Hocus Pocus is the top new movie of the weekend and it wasn't that far from going to the top but Tenet still had the strength to remain at the top.
With the new Bond movie, No Time To Die being delayed until April 2021 there is not a lot in the way of big new movies coming out now in 2020, there is Death On the Nile in mid December and Wonder Woman 1984 on Christmas Day so what we see now could be the shape of the box office for a while.
Here is a quick breakdown of this weeks UK box office.
Here is a breakdown of the top 5 movies in the US 2nd - 4th October 2020.
Five weeks in and Christopher Nolans movie is still the top film at the box office and this week it takes $2.7 Million, 21% down from last weekend.
The movie has now taken $45.1 Million in total at the US box office and is by far the top grossing movie since cinemas re-opened.
First released in 1993, and not doing that well at the box office, the movie has since become a seasonal favourite and this week re-enters the chart at number 2 with $1.9 Million.
This means that the Bette Midler and Sarah Jessica Parker movie from the Disney company has taken $41.4 Million since its first release.
The second biggest hit of the post COVID-19 closedown box office is Disney's mutant movie which this week falls to 3 with a $1 Million gross giving it a 6 week total of $20.9 Million, only the second movie to go over $20 Million since the re-opening.
The Russell Crowe movie which was release while cinemas were closed down across most of the US and did well in drive-in theatres this weekend falls to 4 with $870K for a total of $18.4 Million after 8 weeks of release.
Falling to 5 this week is Cyrus Nowrasteh's political drama which takes $445K for a $3.4 Million total after 3 weeks of release.
29th September 2020
Tenet is still the top film of the week and seems to have kept After We Collided at number 2 for a third weekend while further down the chart Schemers from director Dave Mclean is the highest debut at number 10.
There were no big new releases this weekend and the box office reflects that with the top 5 almost remaining the same with Onward making a reappearance to replace the Andre Rieu concert from last weekend.
Here is a breakdown of this weeks box office.
Here is our breakdown of the top 5 UK movies 25th - 27th September 2020.
With 5 weeks on the chart and 5 weeks at the top Christopher Nolans movie may not have saved cinema but with nothing in the way of bog new release due until No Time To Die on 12th November it could spend another 5 weeks at the top giving it 10 weeks in total, unless After We Collided as something gto say about that!
This weekend the movie took its lowest gross to date with £648.5K giving it a total of £15 Million and it jumps over Jumanji: The Next Level and is the 7th highest grossing of the year.
Amazingly despite the less than favourable reviews, and perhaps because of the limited capacity in movie theatres the film only drops 19% from last weekend.
A third weekend at number 2 for Roger Kumble's low budget sleeper hit with a weekend gross of £514K taking its total UK gross to £2.5 Million.
With good word of mouth and little in the way of big new films for a few weeks it would not be out of the question for the movie to take the number 1 spot in the coming weeks.
The movie took 14% less than last weekend gross.
Hanging on at number 3 is part 3 of the Bill And Ted saga which takes £216.7K on its second weekend taking its total gross to £834.9K.
With good reviews and more cinemas opening up and slowly increasing capacity a long run on the box office and a gross over £1 Million is not out of the question.
Despite its position on the box office its down 53% from last weekend when it debuted.
It seems this Pixar/Disney movie just wont go away, it re-enters the box office this weekend with £126.3K taking its total to £7.3 Million after 16 weeks on the chart.
Amazingly the movie is up 33% from its gross last weekend.
Other Disney property that has done far better than expected as their mutant movie takes £93.2K at number 5 with a total gross of £1.4 Million after 4 weeks of reelase.
The movie drops 12% from last weekend.