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With nothing of note in the way of new releases it was easy for M. Night Shyamalan Glass to stay at the top of the box office while The Kid Who Would Be King is the highest new film at 4.
Hanging on for a second week at the top is the Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy triple header which takes $19.04 million on its second weekend.
This brings the films total US gross to $79.5 million punching its way to the $100 million mark.
With a virtually static top 5 the Kevin Heart comedy drama is at 2 this week with a $12.2 million weekend on its third outing, this brings the films total gross to $61.1 million.
Still pulling in audiences on its 6th weekend to the tune of $7.3 million is the DC monster which boosts its total US gross to $316.5 million.
Entering the box office at number 4 this week, and the only change in the top 5, is the fantasy adventure from director Joe Cornish and starring Rebecca Ferguson.
While not pulling in the audience like the studio would have liked it still manages a $7.2 million opening weekend.
The award winning animated feature takes $6.15 million on its 7th weekend boosting its US total to $169 million.
Calling it the Harry Potter world is old hat now, the Wizarding World as its known is now growing beyond the boy wizard and we have a new series of films.
The Fantastic Beasts series reaches its second film this November and today Warner Bros. release the final trailer.
Were not a big fan of the Harry Potter series but we loved Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, and judging from this trailer the mystery and wonder as well as the sheer epic spectacle are all in place.
I cant help thinking that after a great first movie in the series this film is just going to fall to type and be a good guy versus bad guy like Harry Potter.
Decide for yourself and and check out the trailer below.
On the UK video chart this week The Divergent Series Allegiant makes its debut at the top moving Grimsby well and truly out of the way.
Allegiant was released in the UK on 11th March 2016 and made its debut at number 2 of that week with Kung Fu Panda 3 beating it to the top.
Ironically it is the other way round on the video charts, Kung Fu Panda 3 is also released this week on video and makes its debut at number 2.
The Divergent Series Allegiant was a small hit at the box office only staying for 4 weeks with a total UK gross of £4.3 million.
This is a poor showing for the series, the first 2 films made £6 and £7 million respectively so this is a low.
Last weeks top film Grimsby falls from the top to number 4 after only one week and will most likely continue on a fast face out of the chart.
Other new film this week are: as already mentioned Kung Fu Panda 3 is at 2, The Boy is new at number 6 and Hail, Ceasar! is at 7 and finally Forsaken is new at 9.
King Fu Panda 3 stays on top of the UK box office for a second week as not much of a challenge enters the market in preparation for an explosion this coming weekend. Panda 3 only needed £1.7 over the weekend in order to stay on top, although the threequel is behind the other 2 in the series at this point.
After 10 days of play the film has a total gross of just over £7 million, the easter holidays are next week so it could hold up well again, although Zootopia will bring major competition.
Highest new film of the week enters at number 2, 10 Clover Field Lane is an odd successor to Cloverfield, but not a sequel.
£1.6 million for the weekend is not a bad entry although opened to £3 million+, this will struggle to meet even that.
Also new this week is: The boy at number 5, High-Rise at number 6 and Kapoor and Sons at number 10.
Highest total grossing film of the week is Deadpool at number 7 with £36 million over a 6 week run.
A year ago
Home had a great first week and debuted at the top knocking The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel down to number 3.
Five years ago
Rango stayed at the top and in a very quiet week of new releases Chalet Girl entered highest at number 4.
Ten years ago
The Pink Panther was the highest new film of the week at number 1 knocking chicken little down to number 4.
Fifteen years ago
Enemy At The Gates entered at the top and it knocked Chocolat down to number 2 after a week at the top.
Twenty years ago
Get Shorty was the top new film of the week entering at the top while Trainspotting fell to number 3.
Twenty five years ago
The Godfather Part III remained at the top of the box office while Awakenings was the top new film making its debut at number 2.
At the world box office this week King Fu Panda 3 makes an impressive debut at the top of the box office from 7 countries.
making a world wide debut of $116 million the film leads the pack by quite a considerable margin with the US being the top market the film was released in.
Falling a single place this week is The Revenant which falls to number 2 with $36 million, this brings the Oscar nominated films world gross to $274.7 million, and Oscar is still to come.
Highest total grossing film is still Star Wars: The Force Awakens which this weeks adds $23.3 million bringing its total gross now to over $2 Billion, only the third film ever to do so.
Avatar was the first with Titanic following, interestingly both these film took a second release to do it, although with Titanic it was years later unlike Avatar which was a year later.
Here is the full world wide box office top 10:
Highest chart position: 5
Weeks on box office: 4