UK Cinema Charts 21 Sept 2018 – A Simple Favour?

Another week and another new film at number one at the UK box office with The House with a Clock in its Walls entering in top spot. In doing so it displaces sci-fi horror The Predator which falls all the way down to number seven.

Let’s take a closer a look at the rest of the top 10; these are the figures in full for the UK Cinema Charts 21 Sept 2018.

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UK Cinema Charts 21 Sept 2018

(Box office results this weekend)

1NewThe House with a Clock in its WallseOne Films£3,370,591
2NewA Simple FavourLionsgate£1,621,900
3(3)Crazy Rich AsiansWarner Bros£1,142,208
4(4)King of ThievesStudioCanal£1,121,883
5(2)The NunWarner Bros£1,021,628
6NewMile 22STX Entertainment£795,888
7(1)The Predator20th Century Fox£677,078
8(5)Disney's Christopher RobinDisney£486,411
9(8)Incredibles 2Disney£348,660
10(6)Mamma Mia: Here we Go Again!Universal£326,987
11NewThe Little Stranger20th Century Fox£300,089
15NewThe Intent 2: The Come UpVertigo£149,392

The House with a Clock in its Walls appeared in 541 cinemas taking £3.37m. Meanwhile thriller A Simple Favour starring Anna Kendrick & Blake Lively is another new entry at two managing revenue of £1.6m. Mile 22 starring Mark Wahlberg is the only other new entry to make it into the top ten landing at six with takings of nearly £796k.

There’s no change at three and four with Crazy Rich Asians and King of Thieves respectively. Horror film The Nun falls from two to five managing taking of around £1m from 490 cinemas.

20th Century Fox’s The Predator appeared in 532 cinemas but could only manage a mere £677k and seventh place on the film chart.

Two more new entries to mention, first up is The Little Stranger which enters the UK film charts at number 11 with £300k from 296 cinemas. Next is crime drama The Intent 2: The Come Up which manages the number 15 slot and box office revenue of £149k from 80 locations.

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Cinema Charts 21 Sept 2018

That just abouts concludes our look at the top 10 box office movies this week (UK Cinema Charts 21 Sept 2018), come back next week to see whether The House with a Clock in its Walls can hold on to the number one spot on the UK Top 10 Film Charts.

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