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Once Upon A Time ... In Hollywood ison the UK box office this week.
UK BBFC Certificate: 18
Popular in: United Kingdom and United States
Highest chart position: 1
Weeks on box office: 7
Last week saw Downton Abbey at the top of the UK box office, can any of this weeks new releases do enough to top the chart this weekend?
First up at cinemas this week is Ad Astra, an Adventure directed by James Gray who also directed We Own The Night in 2007 which grossed £1.8 Million.
Next on the new release schedule is Rambo: Last Blood, this new Action movie stars Sylvester Stallone and Paz Vega.
The film is brought to us by 2 time director Adrian Grunberg.
Next up this week is The Kitchen which is directed by Andrea Berloff and is a directorial debut.
It stars Melissa McCarthy and Tiffany Haddish.
Also this week there is The Farewell from director Lulu Wang marking a directorial debut,
The film features Shuzhen Zhao and Awkwafina in starring roles.
Check back on Monday to see where these cinema releases end up on the Weekend Box Office Chart.
Come back next week when there are 4 new releases.
The darling of British TV makes its debut on the big screen and it was all too much for Pennywise as Downton Abbey leaves the horror film with only a single week at the top.
Making the transition from successful TV series to hit movie on the big screen the famous house from the 1920's aristocracy makes its debut at the top of the UK box office.
The films debut was maybe a little quieter than expected but it still manages a very reasonable £5.1 Million openeing.
This is in keeping woth similar films of this genre but if you compare it to It Chapter Two, a typical overhyped hollywood movie which it knocks off this week, it is a couple of million lower.
It may be a temporary removal from the top but the Stephen King adaptation falls to number 2 this week after a single week at the top with a weekend gross of £3.1 Million.
This pushes the films total UK gross to £13.5 Million after 2 weeks of release which is £8 Million behind the first film.
Also entering the box office this week at number 3, starring Constance Wu and Jennifer Lopez the film makes quite an impressive debut with £1.3 Million.
The film is from director Lorene Scafaria and is based on a viral magazine column from New York about strippers taking their lives into their own hands.
By far Tarantino best film to date the 1960 Hollywood set film falls to 4 this week with £557,889 taking its total UK gross to £19.8 Million.
Jon Favreau animated remake (have we stopped calling it live action now?) falls to number 5 this week with £439,795 taking its total to £73.8 Million.
It is the highest total grossing movie on the chart this week and is the second highest grossing film of the year.
Pixars animated sequel is at number 9 and has the longerst run on the chart with 13 weeks and its total gross is sitting at £64.9 Million.
It Chapter Two brings to and end a quiet couple of weeks at the UK box office as it enters the top of the box office while Polish Political drama Polityka enters inside the top 5.
Its been 2 years since the original IT scared audiences on its debit weekend to the tune of £10 Million, the sequel has not quite reached that mark but the £7.3 Million has given the UK box office a boost.
Whereas the first film relied on its young cast and the thought of Pennywise the clown to carry the film this film brings in some big hitting stars like Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy and Bill Hader.
The first film went on to £32 Million in the UK and hung around till the end of October (Halloween), expect this to not quite do as well as its predecessor but hang around until late October.
Quentin Tarantino's (who lets face it is the real star of this movie) 9th film falls to number 2 this week and is easily his most successful film to date as this weekend it take £1 Milllion.
This pushes the movies total gross to £18.5 Million after 4 weeks of release.
The third film in the Fallen series starring Gerard Butler and Morgan Freeman falls to number 3 this week with £695,622 taking its total to £5.9 Million.
Highest total grossing film on the box office this week and a £686,991 weekend puts its total at an incredible £73.1 after 8 weeks of release.
Entering the box office at number 5 this week is a Polish Political drama starring Iwona Bielska and Marcin Bosak and directed by Patryk Vega.
The film takes a very respectable £517,255 on its debut from a limited run of 236 screens making an average of nearly £2,000 per screen.
Pixars mega hit has the longest run on the UK box office this weekend as the film notches up its 12th weekend with a total UK gross of £64.5 Million.
After a couple of weeks of very little happening on the global box office this week the much anticipated sequel to IT makes its way to the top on its debut weekend.
Two years on from the original and the sequel hits the top spot on its debut, although with less impact and less favourable reviews.
The Andy Muschietti directed movie takes $185 Million on its global debut from 76 countries.
The franchise movie starring Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham falls to 2 this week with $19.4 Million from 76 countries.
After 6 weeks of release the movie has now taken a very respectable $719.7 Million which puts it on the lower end of the Fast & Furious movies.
Disneys remake continues to pull in audiences across the world as it take $17.5 Million from 51 countries on its 9the weekend.
The film is now at $1.59 Billion total gross and it will become only the 7th movie to cross $1.6 Billion.
Quentin Tarantino's most successful film to date is at number 4 this week with a weekend gross of $15.1 Million from 60 countries taking its total to $310.5 after 7 weeks.
Falling to number 5 after 3 weeks of release in the threequel movie starring Gerard Butler and Morgan Freeman which takes $8 Million from 44 countries pushing its total to $97.3 Million.
After letting go of the top spot for a week Once Upon A Time in ... Hollywood has gone back to the top with The Informer the highest new film coming in down the chart at number 10!
Tarantino's highest grossing film to date goes back to the top of the box office after falling to number 2 last weekend.
The Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt starring movie takes £1.8 Million over the weekend to push its UK gross to £16.3 Million.
Disneys mega smash moves up to number 2 this week with a weekend gross of £1.2 Million.
This gives the Jon Favreau directed movie an amazing UK gross os £71.7 Million after 7 weeks of release and its the second highest grossing movie of the year.
After taking the top spot last weekend the threequel movie falls hard to number 3 in its second week with a gross of £1.2 Million, this pushes the films total gross to £4.5 Million.
Still hanging on to a place in the top 5 the Dora The Explorer move falls to 4 with £622,872 for a total in the UK of £4 Million after 3 weeks.
Falling to number 5 this week the Fast & Furious franchise film takes £610,479 which increases its total to £19 Million after 5 weeks of release.
Highest new film of the week comes in at number 10, the Andrea Di Stefano directed movie stars Ana de Armas and Rosamund Pike and starts its UK run with £301,424.
The Pixar movie continues its long run on the UK box office and this week makes it 11 weeks, it now has a total gross of £63.8 Million.