Spending a third weekend at the top of the UK box office this weekend the 25th Bond movie No TIme To Die
which is doing good numbers across the globe and has taken nearly $500 Million globally.
The highest new movie of the weekend is Venom: Let There Be Carnage which despite a strong challenge makes its debut at number 2 while the horror movie Halloween Kills is new at number 3.
To finish off this weeks top 5 there is Ron's Gone Wrong which comes in at number 5 while maybe a little disappointing the Ridley Scott directed The Last Duel misses the top 5 with an entry at 6 with £325,522.
It was a busy week for new releases with Honsla Rakh entering at 8 with £121,657 and Arracht entering at 10 with £35,150, finally there is a re-entry at number 14 for the seasonal favourite Hocus Pocus at number 14.
UK box office QuickView
- Number 1 - No Time To Die (3rd weekend)
- Highest debut - Venom: Let There Be Carnage (@2)
- Longest run - Space Jam: A New Legacy (13 weeks)
- Highest total gross - No Time To Die (£68.5 Million)
UK top 5 box office breakdown weekend 15th - 17th October 2021
Third weekend at the top for Daniel Craigs last Bond movie as the film adds £8.4 Million to its UK total, a 45% drop over last weekend take.
This gives the movie a total UK gross of £68.5 Million, selling over 10 Million tickets, it is also the top grossing movie of 2021 in the UK, and it has now entered the top 15 top movie ever in the UK at number 14.
Highest new movie of the week is the sequel to 2018's Venom which enters at number 2 with a debut gross of £6.1 Million.
This is an excellent opening for the movie and is comparable to the original which opened at a similar time of year to £8 Million.
The long running Halloween series has been a long stay at the box office since 1979 and the latest movie this week makes its debut at number 3.
The movie is the middle part of a new trilogy directed by David Gordon Green and starring series mainstay Jamie Lee Curtis, its makes its debut with £1.6 Million.
After making its debut at number 2 last weekend the animated sequel falls to number 4 this weekend with £1.3 Million, a slim 31% drop, giving the movie a total of £3.9 Million.
Finishing off the top 5, at 5, is the new animated movie from directors Sarah Smith, who directed Arthur Christmas and Jean-Philippe Vine which makes its debut with £868,053.
This weeks top 10 UK Box Office films
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- No Time To Die - £8,404,165
- Venom: Let There Be Carnage - £6,167,833
- Halloween Kills - £1,598,062
- The Addams Family 2 - £1,382,070
- Ron's Gone Wrong - £868,053
- The Last Duel - £325,522
- Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings - £185,245
- Honsla Rakh - £121,657
- The Paw Patrol Movie - £70,791
- Arracht - £35,150
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