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UK BBFC Certificate: PG
Popular in: Sweden and Ireland
Highest chart position: 2
Weeks on box office: 9
After spending the better part of a decade flying high with Toothless and Hiccup, How to Train Your Dragon director Dean DeBlois is preparing to move on to a ...Mon, 23rd September 2019How To Train Your Dragon’s Dean DeBlois to Direct Micronauts Movie ComingSoon.net
How to Train Your Dragon writer/director Dean DeBlois will write and direct the long in-development Micronauts movie for Paramount. The project marks DeBlois ...Mon, 23rd September 2019The Micronauts Movie Lands Director Dean DeBlois Collider.com
Dean DeBlois, who previously helmed the How to Train Your Dragon trilogy, will make his live-action debut on an adaptation of Hasbro's Micronauts.Mon, 23rd September 2019What’s on TV Wednesday: ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ and the Real Oz The New York Times
The third “How to Train Your Dragon” movie hits Hulu. And a nature series about Australia airs on PBS.Tue, 27th August 2019Netflix's How to Train Your Dragon Spinoff Gets New Poster and Trailer Comicbook.com
The How to Train Your Dragon franchise is headed for an adorable new chapter. On Thursday, Netflix debuted the first trailer for Dragons Rescue Riders, ...Sun, 15th September 2019Jay Baruchel Talks New Horror Flick ‘Random Acts of Violence,’ Premieres First Clip (EXCLUSIVE) Variety
"How to Train Your Dragon" star Jay Baruchel's new horror film "Random Acts of Violence" has debuted a first clip.Thu, 19th September 2019
How To Train Your dragon 3 holds onto the top spot for a second weekend in the US while the ever popular Tyler Perry brings his Mesea in at number 2.
After entering the box office at the top last week the Dragon sequel remains there for a second weekend taking $30 million.
This pushes the films total US gross to just under $100 million after 10 days of release.
Tyler Perry continues his series of films starring his creation Mesea in this comedy which takes $27 million on its debut at number 2.
The Manga live action movie continues to do well in the US as it sits at 3 this week taking $7 million which pushes its total gross to $72 million.
The brick movie is at 4 this week taking $6.6 million which pushes its total US gross to $91 million.
The original movie took $257 million in the US and this sequel will come in far below this with it looking at the moment like it will struggle past $100 million.
Finally in the top 5 is the Best Film Oscar winner which sees a boost in its weekend takings post ceremony and takes $4.7 million this weekend pushing its total to $75 million.
Director Stephen Merchants debut film at director lands at number 6 this week with a gross of $4.69 million.
How to Train Your Dragon 3 goes to the top of the world box office after a good week in China and America while Tyler Perry's Madea is the top new film.
The Dragon threequel hits the top of the chart this week with a weekend gross of $82 million from 62 countries, led by China where the film opened to $13.7 million.
The animated featuer has now taken $375.3 million globally.
The manga movie directed by Robert Rodriguez is at two this week with a weekend gross $47.4 million from 82 countries, the widest release this weekend.
This pushes the films total global gross to $350.4 million.
Oscar success has given this film a push at the box office and sits this week at 3 with a weekend gross of $36.6 million from 64 countries.
This pushed the Best Film winner to a total gross of $188 million.
Tyler Perry brings his most successful creation back to the cinema and the film lands at number 4 this week with a weekend gross of $27.1 million from just 5 countries.
$27.05 million of this is from the American market alone where the actor is most famous.
The Chinese mega hit falls to 5 this week with $14.8 million from a single country which pushes its total global gross to an amazing $673 million.
It was half term week in the UK and The second LEGO movie remained at the top for a third consecutive weekend keeping Instant Family and How To Train Your Dragon 3 to fight it out for second place in an almost static top 5.
Remaining at the top of the UK box office for a third weekend the brick movie charmed audiences of the UK half term break to the tune of £2.4 million over the weekend.
The film make an incredible £6.6 million over the full week and its total gross in the UK is now £14 million.
Just about hanging on to the number 2 slot the Mark Wahlberg starring film takes £1.67 million over the weekend which boosts its total UK gross to a very respectable £6.4 million.
Only just missing out on the number 2 slot the Dragon threequel has to make do with number 3 this week with a weekend total of £1.66 million.
On the plus side for the film with a total gross of £15.8 million it is now the highest grossing movie released in 2019.
The Robert Rodriguez directed Manga live action movie remains at number 4 this week with £870,000 to boost its total UK gross to £7.7 million.
After a disappointing opening weekend last week the fantasy adventure jumps up to number 5 over the half term week to take £651.000 over the weekend.
Over the week the film actually took nearly £2 million which boosts the films total gross to nearly £2.6 million.
Highest new film of the week is at 6, the Liam Neeson starring film makes a poor start to its chart career, maybe influenced by the comments the star made in the press run for the films.
The film debuted with a £631,000 opening weekend.
Also new this week is the true story of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her fight for equal rights in the workplace which makes its debut at 8 with a gross of just shy of half a million pounds.
18 weeks in and the Queen bio-pic starring Rami Malek climbs the box office this week to number 10, its total UK gross is now £53.7 million.
The Olivia Coleman starring movie is at number 12 this week with a total UK gross of £15.6 million.
The third and final film in the How To Train Your Dragon trilogy makes its debut at the top of the US box office this weekend with a gross well ahead of all competition.
The third film in the series makes its debut at the US box office with an opening weekend gross of $55.5 million.
This opening is by far the best of the series and puts the film in good stead to be the top grossing film of the series.
The Battle Mange film drops from the top on its second weekend of release with a gross of $12 million which pushes the Robert Rodriguez directed movie to $60 million in US grosses.
The brick movie falls to third this week with a weekend gross of $10 million pushing its US gross to $83.6 million.
Making its debut at number 4 is the directorial debut from Stephen Merchant who also wrote the film and persuaded Dwayne Johnson to appear it it, although he gets a production credit as well!
The film takes $8.2 million (with previews) on its debut weekend.
Finally in the top 5 is the Rebel Wilson vehicle which takes $7.5 million on its second weekend of release for a $33.7 million total.
Its been a quiet start to the year so far with nothing setting the box office alight and although this week is no different we do have 3 new releases in the top 5 headed by How To Train Your Dragon 3 at the top.
The third film in the How To Train Your Dragon series takes over at the top of the UK box office with a £5.3 million opening weekend.
Compared to the previous 2 film this is on par with the first part but below the second part which opened to £7 million plus.
The Oscar nominated film starring Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali makes its debut at number 2 this week with a £1.6 million opening.
The James McAvoy and Bruce Willis starring film falls from the top spot this week to number 3 where is grosses just shy of a million pound on its 3rd weekend.
The film has now taken £8.6 million in the UK but at the moment looks unlikely to beat either the other 2 film in the series, Split and Unbreakable, in UK grosses.
Entering the chart at number 4 this week is this run of the mill horror film which directed by Adam Robitel which takes £820,000 on its debut.
After a couple of weeks at number 2 the historical drama falls to number 5 this week with £782,000 which boosts its UK total gross to £6.6 million.