UK Top 10 Film Charts 26 October 2018: Do Queen Still Rock?

Clearly the music of Queen is still a huge draw as Bohemian Rhapsody enters the UK film charts at number one this week and in doing so displacing another huge music icon Lady Gaga. There was also one other new entry so let’s take a closer look at the UK box office; these are the UK top 10 film charts 26 October 2018.

UK Top 10 Film Charts 26 October 2018

(Box office results for weekend 26-28)

1NewBohemian Rhapsody20th Century Fox£9,530,463
2(1)A Star is BornWarner Bros£2,150,987
4(6)SmallfootWarner Bros£1,577,531
5(4)Johnny English Strikes AgainUniversal£1,544,459
6(3)Goosebumps 2: Haunted HalloweenSony Pictures£1,377,680
7NewThe Hate U Give20th Century Fox£911,309
8(5)VenomSony Pictures£855,826
9(7)First ManUniversal£605,032
10NewLa Fanciulla Del West - Met Opera 2018Trafalgar£186,621

Bohemian Rhapsody takes a massive £9.53m from 659 cinemas which is highly impressive and is no doubt down to many wanting to hear the excellent catalogue of songs the band have. Lady Gaga slips to number two with her musical drama A Star is Born but still manages £2.15m from 634 cinemas and has gross to date figures of £19.23m after four weeks.

Film distributor 20th Century Fox has two films in the UK top 10 with number one Bohemian Rhapsody and seventh placed film The Hate U Give. The latter film managing a creditable £911k from 368 cinemas.

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UK Top 10 Film Charts 26 October 2018

That concludes my look at the top 10 box office movies this week (UK Top 10 Film Charts 26 October 2018), come back next week to see whether Bohemian Rhapsody can hold on to the UK number 1 spot.