29th September 2021
Superhero movie Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings stays put at the top of the UK box office this week making it four weeks consecutively for the Marvel movie.
Highest new film of the weekend is The Sopranos prequel movie The Many Saints of Newark which makes its debut at number 2 while also inside the top 5 is documentary Oasis Knebworth 1996.
The new releases continue with the much delayed The Green Knight finally making its box office debut at number 8 with £166,118.
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UK box office top 5 breakdown 24th - 26th September 2021
The UK cinema scene is starting to show signs of a total recovery and the Marvel superhero movie has to date shown that people are going back into the cinema.
This weeks the movie takes £1.5 Million at the box office which is a 34% drop over last week, this gives the movie a total UK gross of £18.2 Million.
This puts the movie at number 3 on the top movies of 2021 and will soon overtake Black Widow and Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway to potentially be the top movie of the year, although with the release of No Time To Die this weekend it may not get there!
Released as a prequel to the TV show The Sopranos the movie stars Michael Gandolfini as Tony Soprano, the role originally played by his late father James Gandolfini.
The movie is the top new film of the week at number 2 taking £945,319 on its debut weekend.
Falling to number 3 this weekend is the smash hit movie which spends its 7th weekend on the box office taking £551,195, a very slim 17% drop.
The film has now taken £16.1 Million at the UK box office and is the 5th top movie of 2021.
Directed by Jake Scott this documentary about the superband Oasis playing the legendary Knebworth in 1996 at the height of their fame is the top documentary at the box office in 2021.
The film takes £344,832 on its special showing in selected cinemas over the weekend.
The movie based on the life of Aretha Franklin drop to number 5 this weekend with £250,050 on its 3rd week, a 34 % drop over last weekend which gives the movie a total UK gross of £1.7 Million.