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Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker remains at the top for another weekend while the highest new film of the weekend is the 2020 remake of The Grudge at number 4.
Remaining at the top of the US box office is the JJ Abrams saga film Star Wars movie which takes $33.7 Million on its 3rd weekend of release.
This pushes the films total US box office take to $450.7 Million, an excellent take but the lowest of the sequel trilogy movies to date.
The Jake Kasdan directed trilogy movie is at number 2 this weekend with a take of $26.5 Million.
The film total US take of $236.2 Million after 4 weeks of release, this is far lower than the previous film and the film will most likely not reach the heights of that film.
The Saoirse Ronan and Emma Watson starring retelling of the classic novel is at number 3 this weekend with $13.5 Million pushing its total to $60 Million after 2 weeks.
A new year and a new remake as the Japanese horror classic gets its second Hollywood treatment.
The film makes its US debut with $11.3 Million and sites at number 4 on its debut.
The smash hit sequel movie is at number 5 this week with a weekend gross of $11.2 Million and a total gross of $449.8 Million after 7 weeks of release.
The Chinese award winning movie is the longest running film on the US box office this week with 13 weeks in total, it has a US gross of $23.9 Million.
A remake and sequel to the 2004 American made The Grudge, the BBFC give the new 2020 version a 15 age rating in the UK.
The new 2020 version of the film stars Betty Gilpin and Andrea Riseborough and is directed by Nicolas Pesce.
The BBFC have given the film a 15 age rating for strong gore, violence, threat and it has a runtime of 93 minutes (1 hour and 33 minutes) and the film was passed uncut.
The latest re-imaging of Japanese horror film The Grudge gets a first trailer with plenty of shock horror moments to keep the horror fans happy over Halloween.
The original Japanese version came out in in 2002, called in Japan Ju-on it was directed by Takashi Shimizu.
It was then remade for the Western audience by the same director in 2004 and it starred Sarah Michelle Gellar, who at the time was hot off the heels of starring as Buffy The Vampire Slayer on TV.
This new version has Sam Raimi's name attached and is directed by Nicolas Pesce and stars Andrea Riseborough and Demian Bichir and it takes place in the same time line as the 2004 version of the film.
The film is release on 3rd January 2020 and you can catch the trailer below.