The highest new movie of the week is the Polish movie Small World from director Patryk Vega which made its debut at number 10 with a weekend gross of £106,493.
Sadly with a top 15 which grossed only £5.1 Million this is the lowest total gross for the UK box office in many a week, I think this is just pent up demand for the upcoming Bond movie No Time To Die which should give cinemas a massive boost and get people back in the habit of going cinemas after the pandemic closures.
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UK box office top 5 breakdown weekend 17th - 19th September 2021.
Three weeks at the top for Disney's latest character in the MCU as the superhero movie takes £2.3 Million over the weekend, a very reasonable 34% drop over last weekend.
The movie has now taken £15.8 Million over its 3 weeks at the top and is the 4th top movie of 2021.
The movie has done well for a new character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and has so far beaten Captain America: The First Avenger and is on its way to beating Iron Man and Ant-Man.
Starring Ryan Reynolds this has been the sleeper hit of the summer and this week the video game inspired action comedy pulls in another £676,999, only 2% down on last weekend!
The movie is still at number 2 this weekend and after 6 weeks has spent 3 weeks at the top and 3 weeks at number 2.
The movie has a UK total gross of £15.3 Million and is the 5th top movie of 2021.
Staying put at number 3 on its second weekend of release is the Aretha Franklin bio-pic which takes £377,395 over the weekend, a slim 11% drop over last weekend, the movie has grossed £1,1 Million.
Also staying put this week, at number 4, is the horror movie sequel/retelling which takes £323,350 over the weekend, a 23% drop, giving the movie a total gross of £4.3 Million.
The children's TV favourite goes back into the top 5 this week as the animated dogs climb 1 place to number 5 this week with £263,167, a 19% drop.
This gives the movie a UK total gross of £7,613,081 and its the 13th top movie of 2021.