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 cinema charts December 29 2017.
UK Cinema Charts December 29 2017
|1||(1)||Star Wars: The Last Jedi||Disney||£7,975,174|
|2||(2)||Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle||Sony Pictures||£5,210,725|
|3||New||The Greatest Showman||20th Century Fox||£4,754,049|
|4||(3)||Pitch Perfect 3||Universal||£2,322,065|
|6||(4)||Ferdinand||20th Century Fox||£1,387,426|
|7||(6)||Daddy's Home 2||Paramount||£492,920|
|8||(7)||Tiger Zinda Hai||Yash Raj||£265,424|
|10||(11)||Murder on the Orient Express||20th Century Fox||£82,146|
Just one new entry on this week’s film chart, The Greatest Showman enters at three with cinema takings of £4,754,049 which is rather good and will no doubt please 20th Century Fox.
There is no change at the top with Star Wars: The Last Jedi continuing to dominate and now has gross to date figures of £68,263,774. Meanwhile Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle remains in second place and is still doing very good business for Sony Pictures.
Elsewhere on the chart Murder on the Orient Express returns to the top 10 following the end of Christmas and the end of the classic film Its A Wonderful Life’s festive run.
Which of these films did you go to see and was it worthy of your time? We would love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below:
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I’ll leave you with the movie trailer for The Greatest Showman
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