With the box office chart currently on hold until further notice lets take a look at the home entertainment sector where for the second week running Frozen II is the top selling DVD, Blu-ray or streamed film.
The smash hit follow up to Disneys Frozen was a hit at the UK box office from Mid November 2019 where the film entered the chart at the top until Mid February 2020.
The animated movie took an amazing £53 Million in the UK and $1.5 Billion globally.
The Oscar nominated film starring Christian Bale and Matt Damon hit the UK box office in November 2019 when it made number 2.
It finished it theatrical run in mid December when it had taken just under £6 Million.
Rian Johnsons love letter to the murder mystery was a critical hit at the box office at the end of November 2019 where it was a number 2 hit.
The movie made £13 Million over an 8 week run at the cinema.
The first casualty of the coronavirus shutdown the Vin Diesel superhero movie spent a single week on the box office the weekend before things closed down where it made half a million pound.
The movie was fast tracked to streaming at is the number 4 film this week.
The 2019 reboot of the female private investigators who work for a mysterious billionaire was a bit of a flop at the end of last year when it spent just 2 weeks on the box office taking £1.1 Million.
Here is the full top 10 movies available to watch at home as compiled by officialcharts.com
- Frozen II
- Le Mans '66 (Ford V Ferrari)
- Knives Out
- Charlies Angels
- Terminator: Dark Fate
- Downton Abbey
- 21 Bridges
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After working for Ritz Video Film Hire, later Blockbuster Express, it cemented his interest in film and gave him the drive to go to university with the intention of working in the industy.
6 years of college/university studying film and Culture and he decided to take a different path, so he taught himself to develop websites.
8 years at Amazon, 3 years at eBay and 6 years running his own digital agency and here we are writing and developing saltypopcorn.co.uk.