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20th July 2020
It was going to happen sooner or later, with the huge spike in the COVID-19 pandemic hitting a majority of America the movie studios are starting to shift release dates again with Christopher Nolan's Tenet loosing its August 12th release.
The more interesting aspect here is that Warner Bros. have not given it a new release date, this is the third time it has shifted date and they are clearly not going to give it a new date until things have settled.
The new movie was meant to be the start of the movie theatre re-opening and the film which would get the public going to the cinema again.
Sony have also shifted the date of Broken Hearts Gallery, and similarly have not given the movie a new release date yet.
Warner Bros. have announced that they will most likely release Tenet staggered around the world, the UK is starting to fully open and box office charts are starting to appear and France's top movie last weekend took over a million dollar at the box office, something not seen for a while.
Australia and New Zealand have also been vigilant at controlling the virus and have been producing box office charts through the whole pandemic.
Disney have Milan set for 21st August and Bill & Ted Face The Music is just around the corner with a release date of 14th August, A Quiet Place Part II also has a date at the start of September, these are all big films which will, most likely, get release date shifts.
The lead is mainly from the US which may not see cinemas open properly this year so maybe we are going to go back to the '90 where America would get most films before the rest of the world, but in reverse!
25th September 2018
It let go of the top spot for a week but The Nun is back on top this week as it holds off competition from Jack black.
The horror film took $45.6 million from a huge 81 countries over the week which boosted its total global gross to a very good $292.5 million over its 3 week run.
Highest new entry of the week is at number 2, The House With A clock In Its Walls, the film directed by Eli Roth and starring Jack Black made its debut with $35.5 million from 23 countries.
Falling from the top to number 3 this week is The Predator which managed a global gross of $24 million from a massive 83 countries on its second weekend which boosts its total gross to $94.9 million.
New this week at number 4 is Chinese film Golden Job which makes its debit with $23.2 million from just 6 countries.
Finally in the top 5 is Johnny English Strikes Again which takes $17.2 million from 33 counties to bring its total global gross to $22.1 million.
9th November 2017
With very good reviews from critics, good pre launch buzz and part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe there was never any doubt that Thor: Ragnarok was going to have a huge debut at the US box office.
That debut came in to the tune of $121 million which means the film starring Chris Hemsworth is the 7th biggest opening for an MCU film.
To round out the number its also the 17th number one film from the Disney series and the 8th which has delivered a $100 million plus opening, it beats Spiderman Homecoming from earlier this year.
With Thor out of the way last weeks halloween hit Jigsaw, as expected, falls hard this week and ends up at number 3 with $6.7 million, its total US gross now sits just below $30 million.
Also new on the US box office this week is A Bad Moms Christmas, maybe a little early for to be thinking of the Christmas season but the film makes a very impressive debut at 2 with $17 million.
Longest running film on the US top 10 is Blade Runner 2040 which clocks up 5 weeks and with its impressive $122 million debut Thor Ragnarok is the highest grossing movie on the chart, it has been a very slow second half to the year, until now!
14th September 2017
After a couple of weeks of very little excitement at the Uk box office this week explodes with the release of Warner Bros. IT which dominates the chart and easily enters at the top.
IT enters the Uk box office with just over £10 million which puts in in the top 100 for UK best opening films and it is the only film on the top 10 to gross over a million.
The hype that has been put into the marketing of the film has been huge and it has paid off, and with favourable reviews, and Stephen King being a favourite in the UK the film was bound to do well.
With nothing of note coming out this weekend coming IT is bound to continue at the top at least for the next week.
American Made falls from the top to number 2 this week with a gross of just over half a million, this brings the films total gross to £4.3 million after 3 weeks of play.
Once again Despicable Me 3 is the longest running film of the chart with 11 weeks and once again Dunkirk os the highest total grossing film with an excellent £55 million, it is now the 19th highest grossing film ever in the UK.
A year ago
Sausage Party spent a second weekend at the top with the Ben Hur remake the highest new film at number 2.
Five years ago
Dredd was the top film of the week making its debut at number 1 while Total recall fell from the top to number 4.
Ten years ago
Comedy Run Fatboy Run found itself at the top of the UK box office on its debut while The Bourne Ultimatum fell to number 3 after 3 weeks at the top.
Fifteen years ago
The Bourne Identity was the top new film of the week at number one while Insomnia fell from the top to number 2 after a week.
Twenty years ago
The Full Monty stayed at the top for a second weekend while the highest new film of the week was Austin Powers International Man of Mystery which made its debut at number 2.
Twenty five years ago
Alien 3 remained at the top of the UK box office while the top new film was Knight Moves starring Christopher Lambert at number 3.
1st January 2017
Summing up the top grossing movies of 2016 brings up some interesting data as the top film of the year is a film from 2015, and a huge film of 2016 at that.
Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens despite being released at the very end of 2015 took £57 million in 2016 and thus becomes the highest grossing film of the year.
The long awaited Star Wars saga sequel also took £65 million in 2015 and was the second highest grossing film last year and is also the highest grossing film ever in the UK.
Taking The Force Awakens out of the equation for a moment the highest grossing film of the year, films that were released in 2016, is Bridget Jones's Baby.
The return of Bridget Jones to our cinemas struck a good note with a British audience to the tune of £47.8 million, although its still £10 million below The Force Awakens.
Next is Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them which has taken £47.4 million and with the film still in the UK top 10 I would guess this will overtake Bridget Jones in the new year.
Next up is the Disney live action version of The Jungle Book which has a Uk gross of £46 million, we then have Finding Dory with £42 million and Deadpool with £37 million.
Of the top 10 of 2016 5 of the films are Disney movies or franchises - Rogue One: A Star Wars Story has just crept into the top 10 after 2 weeks of release.
Seven of the film are franchise films and 2 of the top 5 and film which are considered British although 4 of the film were made in the UK.
Here is the full UK top 10 films of 2016.
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