UK Box Office September 1 2017 Cinema Charts

It’s that time of the week when we take a quick look at what movies are hot at the UK cinema, these figures are for UK Box Office September 1 2017.

UK Box Office September 1 2017

1(1)American MadeUniversal£968,068
2(2)DunkirkWarner Bros£935,980
3(3)The Hitman's BodyguardLionsgate£718,328
4(5)The Emoji MovieSony Pictures£716,139
5(4)Logan LuckyStudioCanal£632,648
6(6)Annabelle: CreationWarner Bros£572,226
7(8)Despicable Me 3Universal£515,332
8(7)DetroiteOne Films£491,311
9NewThe Limehouse GolemLionsgate£371,412
10(9)Girls TripUniversal£272,039

Tom Cruise continues to pilot American Made well as it stays number one for a second week with cinema takings of £968,068. Warner Bros must be delighted with Dunkirk’s performance as it stays second taking £935,980. What’s even more impressive is that’s after seven weeks on release and gross to date figures of £53,735,483.

Only one new film makes the top ten this week and it’s the horror/thriller The Limehouse Golem, entering at nine with takings of £371,412. Third and fourth places are seperated by a very small margin. The Hitman’s Bodyguard & The Emoji Movie taking £718,328 against £716,139 respectively.

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