UK Cinema Charts July 6 2018 Do we have a new number one?

Are you ready to find out what’s top of the UK film charts, there are several new entries on this week’s chart. Has Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom managed to retain top spot or do we have a new number one? Well let’s find out as we take a look in detail at the top 10 films, here are the figures for UK Cinema Charts July 6 2018.

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UK Cinema Charts July 6 2018

(Box office results this weekend)

1NewThe First PurgeUniversal£1,778,157
2(1)Jurassic World: Fallen KingdomUniversal£1,318,104
3(2)Ocean's 8Warner Bros£837,427
4(3)Sicario 2: SoldadoLionsgate£321,750
5(4)TagWarner Bros£250,517
6(7)AdriftSTX Entertainment£229,898
9(5)Sanju20th Century Fox£221,424
10NewThe Beatles Yellow Submarine (50th Ann)Picture House Entertainment£163,155
11NewUncle DrewLionsgate£151,337
17NewSwimming with MenVertigo£59,301

We do indeed have a brand new number one film and it’s the horror The First Purge that takes it managing box office revenue of over £1.7m. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom drops one place to two with takings of £1.3m meaning Universal Pictures has movies at one and two.

Meanwhile Ocean’s 8 drops to three and Sicario 2: Soldado to four. Elsewhere on the chart The Beatles Yellow Submarine (50th Anniversary) enters at number ten spot.

New films that failed to break into the top 10 include comedy Uncle Drew (11), documentary Whitney (12) and comedy drama Swimming with Men (17) starring Rob Brydon.

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That just abouts concludes our look at the top 10 box office movies this week (UK Cinema Charts July 6 2018), come back next week to see whether The First Purge can hold on to the number one spot on the UK Top 10 Film Chart.

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