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2nd December 2020
With only 30 cinemas open in the whole of the UK anything can happen, and this week the 30 year old favourite Christmas movie Home Alone is the anything that can happen.
THe movie makes its debut on re-entry at the top of the UK box office on a weekend where nothing else new happened and there were no new, new entries!
With cinemas set to open in some English areas by next weekend, and some new releases hitting next weeks chart could look a lot different.
Here is the UK box office Quickview.
The UK box office top 5 breakdown 27th - 29th November 2020.
Directed by Chris Columbus and starring a young Macaulay Culkin this holiday favourite was a massive hit in December of 1990 where it was a number 1 movie for 3 weeks.
With only and handful of cinemas open in Scotland and Whales the movie took £2,705 over the weekend.
The film has taken a total of £9.6 Million since its initial release and has spent 28 weeks on the box office.
The Liam Neeson movie refuses to go away and this week jumps back up to number 2 with £1,963, a 3% increase from last weekend.
6 weeks in and the movie has taken a total of £662,012 at the box office.
Dropping to number 3 this week is the adaptation directed by Marc Munden which takes £1,657 over the weekend, a drop of 37%, this gives the movie a £677,429 total after 6 weeks of release.
Dropping from the top this week is the animated sequel which takes £1,599, dropping 55% from last weeks total, this gives the movie a total gross os £996,391 over 6 weeks.
Released at the end of October this animated tale from directors Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart has been bouncing around the box office for a few weeks now and had disappeared completely, but this week makes a re-entry at number 5.
This weekend it took £1,496 which boosts its total to £37,721 after 3 weeks on the box office since release.
30th October 2020
Last weekend saw Two By Two: Overboard! at the top of the UK box office removing Tenet after 8 weeks.
There are 7 new releases this week so can any of the new movies released to cinema do enough to top the chart?
Check back on Monday to see what new movies made it onto the Weekend Box Office Chart.
27th October 2020
There were a number of new releases at UK cinemas last weekend and this is very nicely reflected on this weeks box office with 6 new movies entering the top 10.
The list is headed up by the animated sequel Two By Two: Overboard! which makes its debut at the top, and in doing so brings to an ends the 8 week run of Tenet.
This weeks top 5 alone has 4 movies making their debut, then further down the box office is All My Life which makes its debut at number 9 and Max Winslow And The House Of Secrets which enters at number 10.
Also worthy of note, this weeks top 15 did far bette than last week with the combined gross nearly £1.5 Million.
Here is the top 15 box office Quickview.
Here is a breakdown of the UK box office top 5 23rd - 25th October 2020.
Makings its debut at the top of the box office is the animated sequel to Two By Two from 2015 which took £566,871 on its debut.
The follow up takes £329.265 on its debut weekend, which in the current COVID-19 climate of actually a good debut, the half term holiday will have helped.
Liam Neeson brings his latest revenge thriller to the big screen and makes a debut at number 2 with £254,267.
It is worth noting that although Two By Two: Overboard! is the top film this is with previews and over the 3 day weekend this would have been the top movie.
Given the half term week I would have thought this new adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett's novel would have done better but a debut at 3 with £154,087 is still good.
The original adaptation of the novel was in 1994 and starred Maggie Smith and was directed by Agnieszka Holland, it took over £3 Million at the box office.
Despite the fact that Warner Bros. has not been pleased with the performance of this movie it spent 8 weeks at the top and only on its 9th weekend of release falls to number 4 with £134,968, 28% down from last weekend.
The movie is the 5th hight grossing movie of 2020 with £17.7 Million so far.
This British heist movie directed by Barnaby Thompson lands on the chart at number 5 this week with £116,517.
It has had good reviews from critics so the future could be good for the movie and a long chart run possible.
23rd September 2020
As the hunger for Tenet starts to slow down across the globe it remains at the top of the global box office with a narrow lead over the Chinese movie The Eight Hundred which sits at 2.
With a reflection on how movie studios are once again concerned about the release of their films waiting for an audience there is no new films on the top end of the global box office with the highest debut Infidel at 7 with $1.3 Million.
Here is a rundown of the global top 5 movies.
The buzz is starting to slow down now but Warner Bros. is seeing the movies box office run as a long term thing rather than short term, this weekend the film took $25.4 Million.
The film has now taken $217.2 Million worldwide after 4 weeks of release.
The Chinese movie that has taken nearly half a billion dollars in its native alone has started to get a release across the rest of the world and this week takes $17.7 Million.
Altohugh its not expected the movie will be as successful outside of China it will be one of the top films of the year (because of COVID-19) and so far had a total global gross of $425 Million.
With the Disney movie going direct to VOD in much of the world the box office taking have been severely effected, altohugh tepid reviews wont have helped as the movie takes $10.9 Million this week largely from China.
This pushes the movies total global gross to $57 Million, Disney have not given and VOD data for America or Europe so its hard to compare.
In comparison over the last few years the Disney live action remakes have largely grossed over a Billion collars worldwide.
This sleeper hit from director Roger Kumble is at number 4 this weekend with a weekend gross of $3.8 Million giving the movie a $28.5 Million total after 4 weeks of release.
At number 5 is the Disney mutant movie which has been given such a hard time, taking $3.5 million over the weekend it has a $35 million total after 4 weeks.
Although not really a fair comparison the last X-Men movie X-Men: Dark Phoenix took $252.4 Million worldwide!
During the build up for this years (maybe) one of a kind online DCFanDome experience director Matt Reeves has revealed the logo for the upcoming The Batman Movie.
The movie stars Robert Pattinson in the title role and has a young Bruce Wayne discovering the ways of The Batman.
Also starring in the movie is Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman and the ever present butler Alfred Pennyworth is played by Andy Serkis.
With a release date originally set for June 2021 the production had to go on hold during the coronavirus pandemic and will now be released on 1st October 2021.
Not a lot is known about the movie yet and its not known if this will be part of the greater DCEU or a stand alone like 2019's The Joker.
What is #DCFanDome? It is an online event that is free for all fans to join for 24-hours only on August 22nd, and is taking place largely because ComicCon 2020 was cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Excited to share the very first look at our official #TheBatman logo, and some very cool additional #DCFanDome artwork by the amazing @jimlee — see more of #TheBatman at the #DCFanDome global event in the Hall of Heroes this Saturday, 8/22! #TheBatman #DCFanDome #ForTheFans pic.twitter.com/ApfngNbyor— Matt Reeves (@mattreevesLA) August 20, 2020