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 three new film releases in cinemas across the UK last week. Could any of them take the top spot from Peter Rabbit? Let’s find out, these are the figures for UK Cinema Charts April 6 2018.
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UK Cinema Charts April 6 2018 (Box office results this weekend)
|1||(1)||Peter Rabbit||Sony Pictures||£3,152,269|
|2||New||A Quiet Place||Paramount||£2,696,892|
|3||(2)||Ready Player One||Warner Bros||£2,395,663|
|4||New||Love, Simon||20th Century Fox||£1,179,593|
|5||(3)||Isle of Dogs||20th Century Fox||£849,934|
|7||(6)||The Greatest Showman||20th Century Fox||£676,711|
|10||(8)||Duck Duck Goose||STX Entertainment||£506,520|
|11||(7)||Pacific Rim: Uprising||Universal||£261,314|
|13||(9)||Tomb Raider||Warner Bros||£208,397|
The highest placed new entry is Paramount Pictures horror film A Quiet Place which lands at number two. It manages box office takings of just under £2.7 million. That means Peter Rabbit remains at number one for another week with cinema takings of over £3.1 million.
Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi blockbuster Ready Player One drops to three with new entry Love, Simon landing at number four. There’s one other new entry inside the top 10, Ghost Stories arrives at eight.
One new entry that failed to make the top 10 is the Death Wish remake starring Bruce Willis which only manages number fourteen with box office takings of just £156,795. That said it was only shown in 209 cinemas across the country. Tomb Raider waves goodbye to the top 10 falling from 9 to 13.
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I’ll leave you with a few movie trailers starting with Peter Rabbit
A Quiet Place
and Death Wish.
That just abouts concludes our look at the UK Cinema Charts April 6 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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