This week sees yet another new one film at the UK box office with sci-fi horror The Predator entering in top spot and in doing so displacing horror The Nun into second place. In total there are three new entries inside the top 10 films chart this week. So let’s take a closer a look; these are the figures in full for the UK Cinema Charts 14 September 2018.
UK Cinema Charts 14 Sept 2018 (Box office results this weekend)
|1||New||The Predator||20th Century Fox||£2,394,163|
|2||(1)||The Nun||Warner Bros||£1,832,874|
|3||New||Crazy Rich Asians||Warner Bros||£1,599,858|
|4||New||King of Thieves||StudioCanal||£1,535,876|
|5||(2)||Disney's Christopher Robin||Disney||£521,842|
|6||(4)||Mamma Mia: Here we Go Again!||Universal||£487,441|
|9||(8)||Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation||Sony Pictures||£258,143|
|10||(5)||The Meg||Warner Bros||£250,160|
20th Century Fox’s The Predator took almost £2.4m from 553 cinemas in its first weekend but last week’s number one, The Nun managed £4m in its first weekend so maybe it’s underperformed a little. Speaking of that horror movie it had second week cinema revenue of £1.8m from 542 locations.
Two more new entries to mention, first up is the American box office hit Crazy Rich Asians which enters the UK film charts at number three taking £1.6m from 531 cinemas. Next is the Michael Caine led crime, drama King of Thieves which manages the number four slot and box office revenue of £1.5m from 494 locations which is pretty good.
Two films that say goodbye to the top ten are The Equalizer 2 & Searching.
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- Death Wish (2018) (Bruce Willis)
- Windtalkers (2002) (Nicolas Cage)
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Film Charts – The Predator
That just abouts concludes our look at the top 10 box office movies this week (UK Cinema Charts 14 September 2018), come back next week to see whether The Predator can hold on to the number one spot on the UK Top 10 Film Charts.
We will leave you with a few movie trailers starting with King of Thieves
or how about a horror film with The Nun.
And now to this week’s number one The Predator
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