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Nativity Rocks! 2018 A U film should be suitable for audiences aged four years and over, although it is impossible to predict what might upset any particular child.

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Nativity Rocks!
UK release date UK release: 23rd November 2018
 BBFC Age Rating:  U age rating
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Nativity the Musical is returning in 2022  Coventry Live Sun, 16th January 2022

Nativity! Scenes Cut From BBC iPlayer Over ‘Fears Of Causing Offence’  UNILAD Sun, 2nd January 2022

Nativity! - How to watch it, where are the cast now and Nativity 5  Birmingham Live Fri, 24th December 2021

Chris Evans Joins Dwayne Johnson in 'Red One'  Moviefone Tue, 25th January 2022

Nativity Rocks! This Ain't No Silent Night: Christmas sequel pumps up the volume  The Irish Times Fri, 23rd November 2018

Nativity Rocks! - Film  British Comedy Guide Wed, 8th November 2017

There are 7 new reelases on the chart this week with Robin Hood the highest but the top 3 stay the same headed by Fantastic Beasts 2.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Doing well in the UK the Fantastic Beasts sequel remains at the top of the UK box office with a weekend take of £5.6 million.

The film isn't doing so well in the US but the figures are looking better elsewhere, in the UK the films total gross is now £22 million after 10 days of release.

The Grinch

This hanging onto to the runner spot the Dr Seuss film takes £3.2 million on its third weekend for a total gross of £14 million.

Bohemian Rhapsody

Still riding high at 3 after 5 weeks is the Freddy Mercury/Queen bio-pic which takes an excellent £2.2 million on its fifth week of release.

The film has now taken £39 million as is the eighth top film of 2018 but should break the top 5 by next weekend.

Robin Hood

Highest new entry of the week comes in at 4 with this Taron Egerton and Jamie Foxx starring re-telling of the classic bows and arrows film.

The film takes a relatively disappointing £1.3 million making one of the lowest debuting Robin Hood films.

Nativity Rocks!

Closing out the top 5 is a film which is the fourth entry in the long running Nativity! series directed by Debbie Isitt.

This entry takes £0.8 million over the weekend which is higher than the first entry but half that of the other 2.

The Girl In the Spider's Web

Opening outside the top 5 is the highly anticipated film starring Claire Foy which is at 6 taking £557,403.