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Highest chart position: 1
Weeks on box office: 7
UK gross: £56,351,660
US gross: $474,544,677
Global gross: $1,027,044,677
UK gross: £37,235,880
US gross: $310,676,740
Global gross: $649,398,328
UK gross: £39,188,065
US gross: $380,270,577
Global gross: $848,754,768
UK gross: £123,017,325
US gross: $936,662,225
Global gross: $2,068,223,624
UK gross: £66,010,513
US gross: $532,177,324
Global gross: $1,056,057,273
UK gross: £82,676,770
US gross: $620,181,382
Global gross: $1,332,539,889
With little competition Frozen II hangs on to the top spot for a second weekend while Knives Out makes its debut on the chart at 2 and lower down the re-boot of Charlies Angels makes its debit on the top 5.
Disney's sequel movie holds onto the top spot for a second weekend with a gross of an amazing £8.7 Million.
With an incredible second weekend this puts the films total UK gross to £27.3 Million, and with the UK Christmas holidays just around the corner this will go up considerably.
The movie managed to command 53% of the total taking of this weeks top 15 movie.
The film is beating the first movies gross at the same stage by some considerable amount, it is already the 9th highest grossing movie of 2019 and will go on to be one of the top 10 grossing movies ever in the UK.
Rian Johnsons first film since Star Wars: The Last Jedi has been met with glowing reviews and is the tip grossing movie of the week with a debut of £2.9 Million.
With such good reviews the film could hang around quite a while, an achievement for a low budget movie.
Paul Feig's festive movie falls to 3 this weekend with a gross of £1.6 Million, the films has taken £9.9 Million after 3 weeks of release.
The film has been hit with much controversy with some cinema chains refusing to show the movie but the directorial debut from Andrew Onwubolu falls to 4 this week with £850,427 for a 2 week total of £2.9 Million.
The Elizabeth Banks directed reboot of the '70's TV cop show makes its UK box office debut at number with a weekend gross os £547,004.
The movie has picked up some very positive reviews and its a surprise the film only entered at 5, the chances are the film wont get any higher and has been a flop around the globe so a sequel is looking unlikely.
The Joaquin Phoenix starring movie has the longest run on the UK box office with 9 weeks and is also the highest totla grossing film with £57.4 Million.
Frozen II remained at the top of the US box office this weekend and broke the 5 day Thanksgiving weekend record while Knives Out made its debut at number 2.
The Disney sequel reamins at the top for a second weekend over the American Thanksgiving holiday taking $124 Million over the 5 day Thursday to Sunday and $85.2 Million over Friday to Sunday.
The previous record holder was The Hunger Games: Catching Fire which took $110 Million in 2013.
The film has now taken an incredible $287.5 Million after 2 weeks of release.
Rian Johnson brings his first film after Star Wars: The Last Jedi to the bg screen to rave reviews and lands on the box office at number 2 with $27 Million.
The film was released on Thanksgiving Thursday and has after 5 days takes a US total of $41.7 Million.
The racing drama from director James Mangold falls to number 3 this week with $13.2 Million taking its total to $81 Million after 3 weeks.
Tom Hanks Oscar worthy film falls to number 4 this weekend with $11.8 Million taking its total to $34.3 Million after 2 weeks of release.
Finally on the top 5 is this new release from director Melina Matsoukas about a couples first date which goes wrong when pulled over by a cop takes $11.7 Million for a total of $15.8 Million since its Thursday release.
The DC villain movie notches up its 9th week of release and has taken a mammoth $30.6 Million.
The might of Avengers: Endgame has come to an end in the UK, at least for the time being, as Pokémon: Detective Pikachu takes over at the top on its debut weekend of release.
The Nintendo favourite bounces to the top of the UK box office on its opening weekend of release with a debut gross of £5 million.
The film which is directed by Rob Letterman and stars Ryan Reynolds as the voice of Pikachu and Justice Smith removes Avengers: Endgame after just 2 weeks, although the Marvel movie is still going strong.
The might of the Marvel film is still going in the UK as the film takes £4.4 million on its third weekend which takes its total UK gross to £80.4 million.
It is now the 6th top film in the UK having just overtaken Titanic, the film now has Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Avatar in its sights.
The buddy con artist film remake makes its debut at number 3 this weekend after luke warn reviews across the board.
The film starring fan favourites Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson takes £1 million on its opening weekend.
The romantic comedy has stalled a but at the box office and falls to number 4 on its second weekend with a gross of £413,059 to boost its total to £1.8 million.
Finishing off the top 5 this week is the horror movie from The Conjuring Universe which takes £243,601 from its second weekend of release to take a total UK gross of £1.2 million.
The Disney film is the longest running film on the UK box office this week with 7 weeks and a £24.6 million total gross.
At this weeks UK box office Coco from Disney/Pixar tops the list on its debut weekend of release with £5.2 million.
The film has been a smash hit worldwide and continues the success that Pixar has had with the likes of the Toy Story series and Finding Nemo.
Falling to second place this week after a single week at the top is Darkest Hour, but a £3.3 million weekend boosts the total to £10.1 million.
Steven Spielberg lets loose the first of 2 film for the first half of the year with Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep starring in The Post, debuting to the tune of £2.1 million.
Rounding out the top 5 is The Greatest Showman at 4 and Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle at 5.
Worth a mention is Star Wars: The Last Jedi which although falling to 9 this week boosts its total to £81.4 million, its now in the top 5 grossing UK films of all time.
Making its debut this weekend is the awards favourite Darkest Hours Starring Gary Oldman.
The film makes its debut at number 1 with a weekend gross of £4 million.
Falling to number 2 this week after a week at the top, but on its fourth weekend is Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle with takes £2.4 million for a £29 million total gross.
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri makes its debut at number 3, and with a good Golden Globes showing it takes £2.3 million for the weekend.
Finishing off the top 5 is The Greatest Showman at number 4 and Insidious: The Last Key at number 5.
Worth mentioning is Star Wars: The Last Jedi which this week takes over Beaty And The Beast at the top grossing film released in 2017.