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Highest chart position: 2
Weeks on box office: 6
Last week saw Frozen II at the top of the UK box office, can any of this weeks new releases do enough to top the chart this weekend?
First up at cinemas this week is Jumanji: The Next Level, a movie directed by Jake Kasdan who also directed Orange County in 2002 which grossed £325.5 Thousand in the UK.
It stars Dwayne Johnson who last starred in Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs And Shaw (2019).
The film also stars Jack Black who last appeared in Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far On Foot (2018).
Next on this weeks new release schedule is Black Christmas.
This new movie stars Imogen Poots who's last film was I Kill Giants (2018)
It also stars Cary Elwes who appeared in Sugar Mountain (2016).
The film is brought to us by new director Sophia Takal.
Check back on Monday to see where these cinema releases end up on the Weekend Box Office Chart.
Come back next week when there are 2 new releases.
The top 3 films this week stay the same headed by Frozen II spending another weekend at the top while the top new film of the week is a live broadcast of Les Misérables which enters at 4.
Disney's sequel movie makes it 3 weeks at the top of the UK box office with a weekend gross of £4.3 Million.
The movie now has a UK total gross of £33.6 Million and is well ahead of the previous movie and is currently the 8th highest grossing movie of 2019.
The murder mystery movie directed by Rian Johnson remains at number 2 for a second weekend with a gross of £1.6 Million which brings the films total UK gross to £6 Million after 2 weeks.
Proving to be a proper holiday hit the Paul Feig directed movie remains at number 3 this week with a gross of £1.3 Million.
This brings the movies total UK gross to £12.4 Million after 4 weeks of release.
Highest new entry of the weekend comes from a live broadcast of the hit musical starring the likes of Michael Ball and Alfie Boe which grosses £946,785 over the weekend.
The controversial movie takes £378,589 this weekend as it slips to number 5 with a total gross of £3.6 Million after 3 weeks.
The hit movie is the longerst running film on the box office this week with 8 weeks and is the highest total gross movie with £57.4 Million.
The BBFC gives Sam Mendes new World War 1 movie 1917 a 15 age rating in the UK.
Starring George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman the movie centres around two soldiers who are sent on a dangerous mission to go across enemy territory to deliver a message which could save hundreds of men, including one of the soldiers brother.
The film is being largely favoured as the filming style in of a single shot so there are no apparent cuts in the movie and it plays out in real time.
The BBFC have given the film its 15 age rating for strong injury detail, language and it has an official runtime of 119 minutes (1 hours and 59 minutes) and the movie was passed uncut.
With no big new releases this week Disney kept their animated sequel Frozen II at the top of the box office for a third straight week while there were no new releases inside the top 10 films with the top new film coming in right down at number 14!
Disney's sequel movie spends its third weekend at the top of the US box office with a gross of $34.6 Million, this is a 60% drop from last weekend but still good.
The film is on course to beat the first films $400 Million US total and currently has a US gross of $337.5 Million, it is also the highest total grossing movie on the chart this week.
Rian Johnsons much praised murder mystery hold up well on its second weekend of release with a weekend gross of $14.1 Million
The film stays at number 2 and has a total gross of $63.4 Million after 2 weeks of release.
The Matt Damon and Christian Bale starring racing drama is at 3 this week with $6.5 Million to bring its total to $91.1 Million and fast approaching the $100 Million mark.
The Melina Matsoukas directed movie is at 4 this week with $6.5 Million (it was $7,000 below the number 3 film) which brings its total to $26.8 Million after 2 weeks.
The Tom Hanks starring movie which is tipped for Oscar glory falls to 5 this week with $5.2 Million for a $43 Milllion total after 3 weeks.
Falling to number 10 this week the villain movie has the longest run this week with a total of 10 weeks on the top 10.
Highest new film of the week comes in at number 14 with $660,000 which is the lowest take ever on the US box office for a movie with a wide release.
As promised the first trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife is released and the ties to the original films are strong.
Directed by Jason Reitman and starring Paul Rudd, Finn Wolfhard and Mckenna Grace the new trailer isn't what we were expecting and all the action takes place in a sleepy American town rather than New York as all previous films have, does that mean the famous fire station is not in the movie?
Its strongly hinted that the young lad in the trailer is Egon Spangler's (played by Harold Ramis in the original movies and sadly passed away in 2014) grandchild and he and his mother have come to the small town to sort out his grandfathers stuff.
It wouldn't be a Ghostbusters movie without ghosts and once the kids start to look into what his grandfather did they start to uncover equipment and the afterlife starts to rise again.
Paul Rudd also appears in the trailer and seems to be the only one who knows who the Ghostbusters were and recognises a ghost trap when presented, and it seems the trap might be full!
The movie of out in June of 2020, and judging by this is could be worth the wait.