It’s time to take a look at this week’s US top ten box office movies, there are three new entries. Solo: A Star Wars Story has been at the top of the charts for two weeks can it make it three in a row? So its time to find out, here are the figures for US Movie Charts June 8 2018.
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- Val Kilmer To Return Top Gun: Maverick
- UK Top 10 Films Chart
US Movie Charts June 8 2018 (Box office results this weekend)
|1||New||Ocean’s 8||Warner Bros||$41,607,378|
|2||(1)||Solo: A Star Wars Story||Walt Disney||$15,748,575|
|3||(2)||Deadpool 2||20th Century Fox||$14,148,517|
|5||(4)||Avengers: Infinity War Walt||Disney||$7,238,699|
|7||(5)||Book Club||Paramount Pictures||$4,285,456|
|8||New||Hotel Artemis||Global Road||$3,232,790|
|10||(7)||Life of the Party||Warner Bros||$2,167,142|
Solo: A Star Wars Story drops to number two with just $15.7m in box office takings meaning that it’s gross to date figures are currently at $176.7m. There have also been several reports on various news sites claiming that the film is projected to lose around $50m. I dare say that when all the Blu-ray/DVD sales along with deals to TV and film streaming sites are in it will comfortably make up any loss at the box office. That said it really does look like people are not happy in Star Wars land with many just not happy with the constant releases whilst others not happy with head of Lucasfilms, Kathleen Kennedy’s approach.
That means that the Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett and Anne Hathaway comedy heist film Ocean’s 8 enters at number one taking over $41m. Deadpool 2 slips to three whilst the new horror movie that everyone seems to be talking about, Hereditary enters at number four.
There’s still one more new entry to mention and it’s the crime thriller, Hotel Artemis which lands at number eight taking $3.2m.
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We will leave it there for now, that just about concludes the US Movie Charts June 8 2018 don’t forget to check back next week to see if Ocean’s 8 can hold on to the number one spot. I’ll leave you with a couple of movie trailers starting with Ocean’s 8
And now for horror movie, Hereditary …
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