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We're fast approaching the Christmas period and despite it still only being early in December the UK public are clearly in the mood as they take The Grinch to the top of the box office on its debut weekend.
Taking the box office on its debut weekend with a gross of £5.09 million the Dr Seuss favourite only just beat out last weeks top film Bohemian Rhapsody
The last time The Grinch appeared on the box office was back in 2000 in the shape of Jim Carey in a live action version directed by Ron Howard which took £3 million on its debut weekend which is about £5.2 million when adjusted for inflation.
Both films have hence sold in the same ball park as far as tickets are concerned, time will tell is this new animated version will out gross the 2000 film.
After a very successful couple of weeks at the top of the box office the Queen bio-pic falls to number 2 with a weekend gross of £4.5 million, not far behind The Grinch.
This boosts the films total Uk gross to £28.9 million and its the 10th best film of the year to date.
Acclaimed director Steve McQueen brings his latest movie which lands at 3 on its debut weekend with a gross of £2.4 million.
The film starring Viola Davis and Liam Neeson is getting a lot of positive buzz and Oscar talk to expect it to hang around until the new year and awards season.
The Bradley Cooper film is starting to fall down the chart after a very successful run and this week is at 4 with £1.2 million boosing its total to £25.4 million.
Finishing off the top 5 this week is last weeks highest new film which falls hard in its second weekend, the Diney film takes £1.1 million for a £3.14 million total.
As the run-up Christmas starts the Dr Seuss classic about the season The Grinch takes over from Bohemian Rhapsody at the top of the US box office.
The animated film from Illumination who also brought us Horton Hears A Who makes its debut with a vert impressive $66 million opening weekend.
The most recent version of the film starring Jim Carey and directed by Ron Howard opened to $55 million back in 2000.
The Queen film drops to number 2 on its second weekend of release with $30 million which brings its total to just over $100 million.
Famed director JJ Abrahams has his name all over this film and with good reason as it has had a good responce from critics and public alike.
Directed by Julius Avery the film takes $10 million on its debut weekend to see it land at number 3.
Dropping considerably in its second weekend of release the Disney film takes $9.5 million to boost its total to $35.2 million and is at number 4 this week.
Last of three new releases on the top 5 this week is a sequel of sorts as the book its based on is from the universe of The Girl With The Dragon tattoo.
Taking $8 million from the weekend this is lower than the US adaptation of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo from 2011 with took $12.7 million on its debut.
The first X-Men film came out in 2000, now 7 movies in we get the origin story for Dark Phoenix.
Today we get the first trailer for the movie and things are certainly looking dark, and action packed.
The story centers around the X-Men's fight to find out what powerful force is attacking Jean Grey mind and how to help her, but of course Magneto is always on hand to help out any dangerous and powerfully torchered soul for the purposes of evil.
Released on 5th February 2019 check out the trailer below and let us know what you think.
The film Smallfoot is starting to gain a lot of hype in the UK and the BBFC have given the film a PG rating for infrequent mild bad language.
Released on the 12th of October the film is from WAG (Warner Animation Group), the same studio who brought us The Logo Movie.
It features the vocal talents of Channing Tatum and James Cordon, is directed by Karey Kirkpatrick and Jason Reisig and has a running time of 96 minutes.
SMALLFOOT (PG) infrequent mild bad language https://t.co/WIYdgmksdF— BBFC (@BBFC) September 4, 2018
Full trailer for Fifty Shades Grey starring Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan.
Once again directed by Fifty Shades Darker's James Foley it looks like this has a similar tone.
Its a shame as the original Fifty Shades of Grey has a charm that the sequel missed.
The film is released February 2018 and check out the trailer below.