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Christopher Nolan took a risk with his 3 hour space epic Interstellar starring Matthew McConaughey, but the gamble paid off and this week it hits the video top spot.
Released at cinemas on 7th November 2015 the film took £5.3 million on it's opening weekend debuting at the top of the box office in the process.
A 7 week chart run on the UK box office ended on 19th December and during that time it grossed £20.06 million making it the 178th highest grossing film ever in the UK.
The film also did well across the world, in the US it took $188 million while it's world gross stands at $665 making it the 75th highest grossing film ever.
Last weeks top film, Paddington falls just a single place to number 2 this week, despite some cinemas still showing the film!
Other new film on the Uk video chart this week are: Penguins of Madagascar at 3 and Horrible Bosses 2 at 6.
At the US box office this week The Hunger Games: Mockingjay is still reigning at the top of box office charts after a very poor weekend.
This is now the third weekend the Mockingjay has spent at the top and despite a 61% drop in takings from the previous weekend not has a US total gross of $258 million.
Holding firm at two and three is Penguins of Madagascar and Horrible Bosses 2 taking $25 and $15 million respectively.
Highest new film of the week, and with the next Hobbit film out this week there was little to choose from, is The Pyramid at 9 with a weekend gross of $1.3 million.
Longest stay on the box office is Gone Girl which has now been on release for 10 weeks.
There was no stopping the might of The Hunger Games over the Thanksgiving weekend with no new release coming close to the second weekend of release for the film.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 took $56 million from Friday to Monday which brings it's US total to nearly $22 million.
Highest new film of the week is Dreamworks Madagascar spinoff Penguins of Madagascar which takes $25.8 million.
Horrible Bosses 2 is also new, entering at 5 with $15.7 million.
UK BBFC Certificate: 15Genres:
Highest chart position: 4
Weeks on box office: 4