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After rising to the top of the table last week with a superb 0% drop on its opening weekend, A Star Is Born was at it again this weekend, dropping a negligible 6.5% with £2.9m to remain top.
That result takes it to £14.9m to date, and with no sign of takings slowing down, Warner has a hit on its hands.
Animation - Smallfoot - Hold - Weekend - %
Family animation Smallfoot posted a solid hold in its second weekend, dropping 39% with a £1.4m Fri-Sun. That takes it to £4.3m to date.
Crazy Rich Asians is up to a cume total of £5.7m after adding £47,000, while The Nun is up to £11.4m with a further £26,000 this weekend.
Second - Weekend - Halloween - Reboot - Jamie
Opening in second this weekend was the Halloween reboot, starring Jamie Lee Curtis reprising a role she first played in 1978. The film took £2.7m Fri-Sun from 532 sites, the best result in the franchise on record (results from the original release pre-date official data).
Using the conventional benchmark, the opening doesn’t match up to its performance in the US, where it has begun with an enormous $77.5m weekend.
Johnny - English - Strikes - Again - %
Johnny English Strikes Again dropped 41% in its third session, adding £1.7m for £11m to date.
First Man dropped 46% in its second weekend, adding £1.3m. Mid-week takings have moved the film to £5.1m so far.
Night - School - £175 - Weekend - BlacKkKlansman
Night School has moved to £4.2m, adding £175,087 this weekend, while BlacKkKlansman is up to £6.4m, and Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is up to £65.5m.
Venom dropped to third in the chart, adding £1.6m for a lifetime of £16.7m.
Goosebumps - Halloween - UK - £1 - Sites
Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween got underway in the UK with a £1.3m Fri-Sun from 527 sites, placing it sixth in the chart. The film also took £787,000 in...
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