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Highest chart position: 1
Weeks on box office: 8
At the UK box office this weekend the Kenneth Branagh directed live action version of Cinderella from Disney makes it's debut at the top.
Cinderella took a reasonable £3.8 million over the weekend to see it to number 1, in comparison to last years Maleficent also from Disney based on a much loved animation it half the debut gross.
The film should do well in the next couple of weeks as its the school Easter holidays, but with Home still on release and Spongebob also out there it has competition.
Home falls from the top to number 2 this week in it's second weekend of release, a £2.6 million Monday to Friday sees it's gross now stand at nearly £10 million.
Other new film hitting the box office chart this week are: The Spongebob Movie Sponge Out of Water which lands at 3 but should do well over the Easter break, Get Hard which lands at 4, Seventh Son which has a disappointing debut at 7 and Wild Tales which enters at 9.
A Year Ago
Captain America: The Winter Soldier enters the box office at the top of the chart knocking The Grand Budapest Hotel down to number 3.
Five years ago
Nanny Mcphee and The Big Bang is the new film taking over from Alice In Wonderland at the top which falls down to number 2.
Ten years Ago
Hitch goes back to the top after surrendering the number 1 spot to Robots for a week, Robots falls to number 2.
Fifteen years ago
Another week at the top for Toy Story 2 while the top new film of the week was at number 5 in the shape of Magnolia
Dreamworks latest animated tale hits the top in the UK this week on it's debut taking in more money than the rest of the top 15 combined.
Grossing a very good £6 million Home become an instant hit and a children's favourite with a likely sequel to come.
Struggling a little and debuting in second place is the sequel Insurgent, full title The Divergent Series Insurgent, with an opening gross of £2.9 million, although hit is ahead of the £1.7 million Divergent took on it's opening.
Falling into 3rd after 3 weeks at the top is The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel which has taken £13 million to date.
The gunman is also new this week at 5 and Wild Card is new at 10.
A year ago
The Grand Budapest Hotel was still the top film in the country and with a fairly static top 5 the highest new film was Starred Up at 6.
Five years ago
Alice In Wonderland was still at the top with the top new film coming in at 2 in the shape of The Bounty Hunter.
Ten years ago
Robots made it's debit at the top of the box office knocking Will Smith's Hitch down to second place.
Fifteen years ago
Toy Story 2 was still at number 1 after 7 weeks weeks at the top, the highest new entry of the week was the 1971 film A Clockwork Orange, released after the death of it's director Stanley Kubrick, and the fist time it has been in cinemas in the UK since 1971.
Knocking Non-Stop from the top of the UK video charts, The Grand Budapest Hotel is the best selling video of the week on it's debut.
The Grand Budapest Hotel was released into UK cinemas on March 7th this year and made number 3 on it's debut which was on limited release.
The film was released wide on 21st March when it made number 1 on the Uk box office. Over an 8 week period it grossed £10 million in the UK.
In America it it grossed $58 million while worldwide it grossed $162 million.
Last weeks top film, Non-Stop was dumped into second place after a single week at the top.
The only other new film to chart this week is:
The Book Thief at 3
With no new releases making much of an impact at the box office this week there is a climber to the top, Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel which was at 2 last week.
It's third week of general release, and a window with few new films results in a £1.2 million weekend taking Budapest Hotel to the top, and its the only film this week to gross over a million pound.
Last weeks top film, Need for Speed, falls to two in it's second week of release.
Highest new film of the week is at 6, Starred Up directed by David Mackenzie which grosses nearly £500,000 over the weekend.
This weeks new films:
A Long Way Down
About Last Night
Yves Saint Laurent
This time last year animated tale The Croods took the number one spot on it's debut weekend knocking Oz The Great and Powerful to 3.
Five years ago Marley and Me was still riding the top spot while Paul Blart Mall Cop came in at the runner up spot.
Ten years ago it was still Starsky and Hutch at number 1, a strong hold with the whole top 4 meant the highest new film was at 4, Open Range.
Fifteen years ago Waking Ned Devine was the top new film entering the box office, knocking A Bugs Life into second place.
All change again this week as the Aaron Paul racing film Need for Speed takes over at the top of the UK box office.
An adaptation of a popular video game, Need for Speed enters the chart at the top with a £2 million Friday - Sunday gross.
In an unusual move the Wes Anderson directed The Grand Budapest Hotel moves up one place to 2 this week taking £1.3 million over the weekend.
Last weeks top film, 300 Rise of an Empire, falls to three this week.
This weeks new films:
Five years ago Wilson and Aniston starred in Marley and Me and was the highest new film entering at the top of the box office knocking Watchmen into second place.
Ten years ago Julia Roberts starred in Mona Lisa Smile entering the box office at the top knocking Along Came Polly right down to third place.
Fifteen years ago Robin Williams was starring in Patch Adams which took the top spot knocking A Bugs Life down to two.