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Taking over at the top of the UK video chart is the Ridley Scott directed book adaptation The Martian starring Matt Damon.
The Martian was released to great reviews on 2nd October 2015 where it entered the UK box office at number 1 where it stayed for a couple of weeks.
It spent a respectable 8 weeks on the box office top 15 an slipped out of the charts at the very beginning of this year where is spent a couple of extra weeks.
The film is the 136th highest grossing film in the UK having make a total gross of £23.5 million and it is the 104th highest grossing film in the world with a total gross of $598.8 million.
It is Ridley Scotts 3rd best film and Matt Damon's second best film in the UK.
Legend falls from the top of the chart into second position this week.
Also new on the chart is: Pan at number 3 and The Lobster at number 16.
There is no stopping Ridley Scotts The Martian as once again it becomes the top film across the globe.
Now in its fifth week of release the film is still playing in 73 countries, the film adds another $45.9 million to it's global total which now stands at $385.1 million.
Highest new film of the week is Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension which makes its global debut at number 3 with $26.2 million.
Highest global total gross on this weeks chart is Ant-Man which after its successful Chinese run now sits at $493.8 million.
Here is the full global box office:
This week there are no less than 5 news film on the top 10 with animated sequel Hotel Transylvania 2 landing at the top.
HT2 tops the Uk box office with weekend gross of £6.3 million, this far outstrips the original movie in the series which entered at 2 with £1.7 million.
Hotel Transylvania went on to gross £7.8 million at the UK box office which this sequel should manage by next weekend.
Last weeks top film, The Martian, falls to number 4 this week after a all new top 3 entered the box office.
At number 2 is the true life drama Suffragettes starring Carey Mulligan and at 3 is Pan the Peter pan origins story starring Hugh Jackman.
Also new this week is: Crimson Peak at number 5 and The lobster at number 9.
A year ago
The 2014 re-image of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was new at number 1 knocking Gone Girl down to number 2.
Five years ago
Despicable Me made its debut at the top of the box office and with a whole new top 3 Wall Street Money Never Sleeps slips from the top to 4.
Ten years ago
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of The Were-Rabbit enters at the top of the chart knocking Pride and Prejudice down to number 3.
Fifteen years ago
Dinosaur from Disney made its debut a the top knocking Billy Elliott down to number 3.
Twenty years ago
Pocahontas kept its hold on the top of the chart and in an unusual move there was no new film that entered the chart.
Twenty five years ago
Ghost held on at the top for yet another week leaving The Little Mermaid to enter highest at number 2.
Across the globe this week Ridley Scott's sci-fi epic The Martian is still conquering the world box office, not in its fourth week of release.
The film is loosing momentum slowly but still manages a weekly global gross of $58 million bringing its total global gross to $319 million, it is now playing in 75 countries.
Having had its release across most of the world China now gets Ant-Man and gives the film a massive boost.
Now only playing in 3 countries the film takes $43.5 million last week and sits at number 2, it has now grossed $454.6 million globally.
Ant-Man is also the highest total grossing movie across the globe this week.
Here is the full global top 10 film:
At the global box office last week The Martian retained its lead over the box office in convincing style outgrossing the number 2 film by more than double.
A $95 million global take brings from 75 countries takes its global gross to $227.7 million after 2 weeks of release and is set to be one of Ridley Scott's top films.
The Martian is by far the widest release at the moment.
Highest new film to the top 10 is Pan which makes its debut at number 3 with £36 million, including previews the previous week this brings the film total global gross to $40.6 million.<> Top overall grossing film on the global box office this week is Inside Out from Pixar which is still showing in 22 countries and has taken a total of $818 million.
Here is the full world box office -:
This week on the American box office Ridley Scott's well received film The Martian retains the top spot to make it 2 weeks at number 1.
The film $37 million dollars over its second weekend of release which now brings its total gross to $108 million.
Highest new film of the week is Pan which comes in at number 3 with $15.5 million, a little disappointing for a film which has been heavily marketed.
The Peter Pan origins story might struggle to stay that long considering in forthcoming big hitters with such a weak opening.
Highest total grossing film on the American top 10 is Hotel Transylvania 2 which after 3 weeks has grossed $116 million.
No surprise really that Jurassic World is still the top film across the world considering the massif start to it's box office run it had.
This week the film takes another $136.7 million dollars from 67 countries to bring its world gross to $1.2 Billion, the fastest film to do this.
With Japan still to get the film Jurassic World will easily become the third highest grossing movie of all time, and on this trajectory it could challenge Titanic as the second highest grossing, although it has got a bot to go.
Pixar are sticking solid in second place where Inside Out remains for another week, a $78.5 million dollar weekend, from 43 countries, brings it's world gross to $266.4 on its second weekend of release.
With most of Europe still to see a release of the film it still has some dollars to rake in giving it the potential to be one of the most successful animations of all time, although it wont touch Frozen, the biggest or Toy Story 3 which both made over a billion.
Highest new film of the week with a release in 27 countries of the sequel movie Ted 2, taking a non too shabby $53.2 million on it;s debut weekend.
Here is the top 10 world film weekending 29th June:
Transformers: Age of Extinction tops the UK video chart on it's first week of release on Blu-ray and DVD.
The fourth in the Transformers films was released at the UK box office on 11th June of this year taking £11.7 million on it's debut week of release.
The film was on the box office chart for only 5 weeks taking £19 million in the process, and is only the 187th highest grossing film of all time in the UK, it is the lowest of the series.
World wide the film fared slightly better, it grossed $1.07 billion and is the 11th highest grossing film of all time, much of that was from Japan where it is the highest grossing film in that territory.
Falling from the top to fifth is X-Men: Days of Future Past after it debuted at the top last week.
Other new film this week are
How to Train Your Dragon 2 at 2
22 Jump Street at 4
Earth to Echo at 9
The Purge Anarchy at 10
The House of Magic at 18
Pudsey The Dog The Movie at 19
New at your local multiplex this week there are a number of new releases although nothing big is out due to a huge monster film coming in a weeks time.
Biggest of the new releases is Sabotage which came out on Wednesday, the once box office puller Arnold Schwarzenegger stars with Sam Worthington in this action drama from the writer of Training Day. Expect a top 5 new entry although only just.
Frank is the story of paper mashie head wearing Frank Sidebottom, in this played by Michael Fassbender who never takes off the head throughout the whole film. This could gain cult status and although not big enough to challenge the web slinger could see a top 3 entry.
The Wind Rises is from the Ghibli animated studio in Japan who have produced some of the best loved anime films of recent years. This is famed director Hayao Miyazaki's last film. A top 10 entry is for sure but a niche market could stop big numbers.
Also out this week is
Heaven Is For Real
Go back just over a year and the biggest film in the world (by box office gross) had been established, that film was James Cameron's Avatar, a film built from the ground up to show what 3D can achieve.
This weekend in the US Cars 2 has hit the top spot with a weekend gross of $68 million of which only 40% of that take was from 3D screening, so is the public finally realisd that 3D is just a gimmick?
If you listen to Sony they would have you believe that 3D is the future, we'll be watching all out broadcast TV and home movies in 3D, Nintendo are another company who have invested a lot of money in 3D, producing the 3DS, there is certainly no shortage of temptation for us to embrace the 3D age.
Not lets look at the numbers, Cars 2 isn't a first, King Fu Panda 2 and Rio both took more money in 2D rather than 3D, and most people who saw Pixar's top grossing film last year Toy Story 3 seemed to agree that the 3D did nothing for the film. In Japan the 3DS has been struggling, being outsold by the 7 year old PSP, a device for which the successor has already been announced and is reducing in sales.
Is there a future for 3D? Who knows at the moment, but 3D is starting to show it's colours at the cinema, the surcharge on the glasses certainly cant be helping, Sky TV are struggling with the uptake of 3D subscribers, again there is a surcharge, and gamers seem to be rejecting the notion as well.
There are a couple of high profile catalogue 3D film that have been retrofitted with 3D, the Star Wars Saga and Titanic, this may well be a test as to how the public is embracing 3D, but on current evidence we don't want it, the novelty has warn off.
Mark this week down in cinema history, James Camerons 3D movie Avatar has becomes the highest grossing film ever, beating the directors previous film Titanic.
13 years ago when Titanic became the highest grossing film ever no-one could have even thought how the next 13 years in cinema were going to pan out, and the history of cinema that has unfolded this week is quite unique.
First of all the headline news is that after 6 weeks of release Avatar has, with ease, toppled Titanic as the biggest box office movie of all time, and strangely in a battle with himself James Cameron is the writer/director of both films.
What is even stranger is that Cameron hasn?ït made another film in the past 13 years to try and beat Titanic, so his last 2 films are not the top 2 biggest grossing films. There have been other pretenders to the throne over the years like The Lord of the Rings films, The Pirates of the Caribbean films and the Harry Potter films but no, Cameron come back after his sabbatical and hits the top again. Does this make Cameron the most commercially successful director ever? 2 films making over a billion dollars in the worldwide box office, no other director has come even close to this. One last note on James Cameron, he was the first director to make a film which took over $1 Billion worldwide and it now looks like he will be the first to have a movie make over $2 Billion at the box office, it really is just a matter of time.