UK Top 10 Film Charts 12 October 2018

Last week saw superhero film Venom go straight in a number one and I would have thought there it would remain for a couple of weeks. However the power of Lady Gaga seems to have proved too much as A Star is Born climbs from number three to top spot this week. So with that bit of film news shaking up the UK box office it’s time to take a look at the rest of the UK top 10 film charts 12 October 2018.

UK Top 10 Film Charts 12 October 2018

(Box office results for weekend 12-14)

1(3)A Star is BornWarner Bros£3,083,089
2(1)VenomSony Pictures£3,002,032
3(2)Johnny English Strikes AgainUniversal£2,900,426
4NewFirst ManUniversal£2,415,330
5NewSmallfootWarner Bros£2,324,189
6NewCliff Richard Live: 60th Ann Tour (Concert)CinemaLive£1,123,885
8NewBad Times at the El Royale20th Century Fox£491,878
9(4)The House with a Clock in its WallseOne Films£399,028
10(5)Night SchoolUniversal£357,617

A Star is Born took around £3.08m from 612 cinemas whilst second place Venom managed £3m from some 554 sites which obviously gives the Lady Gaga film an advantage. That said distributor Warner Bros must be really pleased with how it’s performing.

So what of last week’s number two, Johnny English Strikes Again? It slips one place to three and is not far behind the top two with £2.9m from 591 locations.

That’s the top three films dealt with and you may have noticed no new entries so far. Ryan Gosling’s First Man enters the UK film charts at a rather disappointing number four with box office takings of £2.4m from 588 cinemas. Next up is another new entry with the animated adventure Smallfoot at five managing over £2.3m from 554 locations. I’m skipping over six and seven as they are not something I cover one being a concert and the other a Polish language film.

At eight is the last of the new entries with 20th Century Fox’s thriller Bad Times at the El Royale. This one managed cinema takings of almost £492k.

It would appear that the cinema audiences have been spread well over five or so films this week. It may all change again next week with the release of Halloween on Friday.

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UK Top 10 Film Charts 12 October 2018

That just abouts concludes my look at the top 10 box office movies this week (UK Top 10 Film Charts 12 October 2018), come back next week to see whether A Star is Born can hold on to the UK number 1 spot.