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The second weekend of Avengers: Endgame and the film is still pulling in audiences and takes a lion share of the box office takings for the weekend, Long Shot comes in second but takes less than a £1 million on its debut.
The Marvel mega smash manages to pull in a mammoth £14.3 million at the UK box office on its second weekend of release, and although massive is just under the second weekend of Skyfall from 2012 which took £16.1 million.
With 2 massive weekends the film should start to slow next week, although Marvel/Disney have not slowed on the marketing and repeat visits could happen in the coming weeks.
The film will take over £100 million at the UK box office potentially beating Skyfall, but Star Wars: The Force Awakens £123 million might be a big ask.
Still the film has taken £69.3 million so far and will end up as the top film of 2019, Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker might take more but with a release date of December 19th the total gross will be split between 2 different years (2019 and 2020).
Avengers: Endgame was the only film to take over a million pound at the UK box office this week but the new film from director Jonathan Levine starring Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen makes its debut at number 2.
The romantic comedy takes £856,333 on its debut weekend.
Coming in at number 3 this week is the latest film from The Conjuring universe which enters the box office with a £609,555, one of the lowest of the horror franchise.
The film is Directed by Michael Chaves and stars Linda Cardellini who also appears in Avengers: Endgame and Roman Christou.
The bio-pic of The Lord Of The Rings series of books didn't go down too well with critics and enters the box office at number 4 this week with £550,348.
Films based on our pets have done well in recent year and this film directed by Gail Mancuso enters the box offie at 5 with a half million pound opening.
The Marvel predecessor to Endgame is at 9 this week and has spent 9 weeks on the box office with a total gross of £39.2 million.
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.
After a few weeks of the same films bouncing around the top 5 this week has 2 new films enter in the top two spaces on the UK box office.
M. Night Shyamalan releases what is the third in a trilogy of films he started with Unbreakable starrring Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson in 2000 then continued with Split starring James McAvoy in 2017.
This new entry starring all three enters the UK box office at the top with a very respectable £3.4 million debut which is the directors best.
The historical drama starring Margot Robbie hits the UK at number 2 this week with a very reasonable £2.1 million debut weekend.
The bio-pic which entered the box office last week at the top falls to number 3 this weekend with a gross of £1.8 million.
This brings the Steve Coogan starring films total UK gross to £6.1 million after 10 days of release.
The film was the top grossing film for the full week Monday - Friday taking £3.5 million.
Disney's sequel movie falls to number 4 this week although it does pass the £40 million milestone in total grosses after a £1.7 million weekend.
The film is being lauded with awards but it falls to number 5 this weekend and a couple of weeks at number 2.
The Olivia Coleman starring film takes £1.3 million to boost its UK total to £11.1 million on its third weekend.
The Queen bio-pic falls to number 8 this week but after a half million pound plus 13th weekend it has passes the £50 million mark making it the fourth top grossing film released in the UK IN 2018.
All change for another weekend at the US box office as M. Night Shyamalan new film Glass takes over with one of the directors best openings.
Despite being a celebrated director M. Night Shyamalan hasn't had the easiest of times with his movies, but last year he hit the big time again with Split and now he hits the top with a sequel or sorts.
The film makes its debut at number 1 knocking The Upside off with $40.5 million, which is a touch above Split's debut.
Falling to number 2 this week after a single week at the top the comedy drama takes $15.6 million to boost its total to $43.9 million after 2 weekends.
Still riding high this week is the DC Universe movie which has turned into the biggest grossing movie from the comic book series.
The film takes $10.3 million this week which pushes its US total past the $300 million mark to $304.3 million.
The smash hit animation goes wider this week and goes to number 4 with a $8.7 million weekend which brings its total US gross to $19.5 million.
The Animated film from Sony continues its incredible run on the box office sitting at number 5 this week with $7.25 million which brings its total US gross to $158.2 million.
The apes were no competition for the spider as Spider-Man Homecoming holds on to the top of the global box office for a second week.
With a $117.5 million week from 64 countries the Marvel version of the popular franchise hold the top spot beating all competition with relative ease.
This brings the films total global gross to $469 million and the film is set to go over half a billion this week, a billion could be a stretch though.
War For The Planet of The Apes is the top new film at 2 with $102.5 million from 62 countries and a 55% 45% split from US to rest of the world.
This is the series finale and despite not taking as much as the previous film this is still on track to be another winner for the much loved series.
Highest total grossing film on the global box office this week is Wonder Woman which has now taken an incredible $764.8 million.
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
Highest chart position: 2
Weeks on box office: 6