It’s that time of the week when we take a quick look at the box office films and find out which movies are hot. There were four main new releases in cinemas across the UK last week but could any of them manage to take the coveted number place from Peter Rabbit? Let’s find out, these are the figures for UK Cinema Charts March 30 2018.
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UK Cinema Charts March 30 2018 (Box office results this weekend)
|1||(1)||Peter Rabbit||Sony Pictures||£5,610,556|
|2||New||Ready Player One||Warner Bros||£5,113,041|
|3||New||Isle of Dogs||20th Century Fox||£1,641,509|
|6||(5)||The Greatest Showman||20th Century Fox||£812,202|
|7||(2)||Pacific Rim: Uprising||Universal||£655,858|
|8||New||Duck Duck Goose||Entertainment||£653,832|
|9||(4)||Tomb Raider||Warner Bros||£570,156|
|10||(6)||A Wrinkle In Time||Disney||£387,917|
|14||(10)||Game Night||Warner Bros||£140,703|
|15||(7)||Unsane||20th Century Fox||£137,490|
There are four new films inside this week’s top 10 with Steven Spielberg’s blockbuster Ready Player One this week’s highest new entry at number two with cinema takings of just over £5.1 million. That should at least keep Warner Bros happy for a while.
That mean’s Peter Rabbit stays at number one for another week with box office takings of £5.6 million. At number three we have new entry Isle of Dogs taking just over £1.6 million followed at number four by the comedy Blockers.
Last week’s number two film Pacific Rim: Uprising drops to number seven whilst the last of the new entries Duck Duck Goose lands at eight.
There was to be no rise of the Tomb Raider as Alicia Vikander’s reboot fails to impress dropping from number four to nine and cinema takings of just £570,156. Gross to date figures are a little over £6.7 million.
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I’ll leave you with the movie trailers for Peter Rabbit
Ready Player One
and Isle of Dogs.
That just abouts concludes our look at the UK Cinema Charts March 30 2018, come back next week to see whether Peter Rabbit can hold on to the number one spot on the UK Top 10 Film Chart.
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