Weekly Film Charts and Releases (12 September 2019)

I said ‘IT’ was going to in the chart. At least in the UK… The US chart doesn’t have IT as it’s the film week before IT came out so probably next week. Would still guess that it’ll stay in the UK chart considering the reviews and it earned £6 million more then number to but that is ‘A Time In Hollywood’ which has been out for a few weeks. And Downton Abbey does come out tomorrow too so generally who knows considering the UK audience.

Here’s the UK Weekend Box Office,

UK Weekend Box Office (Supplied by BFI, 6 – 8 September 2019);

Rank | Film | Country | Weekend Gross (£) | Distributor
1 It: Chapter Two USA/Can £7,368,586 Warner Bros
2 Once Upon A Time In Hollywood USA/Chn £1,084,302 Sony Pictures
3 Angel Has Fallen UK/USA £695,622 Lionsgate
4 The Lion King UK/USA £686,991 Disney
5 Polityka Pol £517,255 Phoenix
6 Dora & The Lost City Of Gold USA £393,429 Paramount
7 Toy Story 4 USA £364,104 Disney
8 Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw UK/USA £348,246 Universal
9 Casino Royale (Secret Cinema 2019) UK/USA/Cze £346,141 Independent
10 Good Boys USA £150,071 Universal
11 Pain And Glory Esp £147,409 20th Century Fox
12 Angry Birds 2 USA £143,487 Sony Pictures
13 Mrs. Lowry And Son UK £135,657 Vertigo
14 Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark USA/Can £128,786 eOne Films
15 Spider-Man: Far From Home UK/USA £113,854 Sony Pictures

Here’s the international and US box office charts for all of last week.

International Box Office (Supplied by BoxOfficeMojo, 30 – 5 September 2019);

Rank | Title | Studio | Weekly Gross | Last Week
1 Angel has Fallen, Lionsgate $18,346,280 1
2 Good Boys, Universal $14,451,735 2
3 The Lion King (2019), Disney Buena Vista $10,684,145 3
4 Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw, Universal $9,719,795 6
5 Overcomer, Sony Affirm Films $9,409,534 4
6 Ready or Not, Fox Spotlight $8,925,115 5
7 Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, Lionsgate $7,205,488 8
8 The Angry Birds Movie 2, Sony $6,587,786 7
9 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Sony $6,579,733 10
10 Dora and the Lost City of Gold, Paramount $6,531,459 9
11 Spider-Man: Far from Home, Sony $6,430,258 15
12 The Peanut Butter Falcon, Roadside Attractions $5,019,962 12
13 Toy Story 4, Disney Buena Vista $3,917,370 17
14 Don’t Let Go, OTL Releasing $3,500,680 N
15 47 Meters Down: Uncaged, Entertainment Studios $3,412,763 11

Another big release schedule. Here’s the list of films coming out here in the UK this week;

12 September
“Fleabag – NT Live 2019”, (Theatre) UK National Theatre

13 September
“Downton Abbey”, UK Universal
“Dream Girl”, Ind Zee Studios
“For Sama”, UK Republic Film/
“Honeyland”, Mkd Dogwoof
“Hustlers”, USA STX Entertainment
“La Flor”, Fra ICA Films
“Midnight Cowboy (4K Restoration)”, USA BFI
“Night Hunter”, Can/USA Signature Entertainment
“Phoenix”, Nor Verve
“The Shock Of The Future”, Fra 606 Distribution
“Wolf”, UK Stroghold
“All At Sea”, UK/Nor Parkland Entertainment
“Extra Ordinary”, Ire/Bel Wildcard
“Gang Leader”, Ind Sailing Stones
“Sivappu Manjal Pachai”, Ind Ksquare Entertainments
“Love Action Drama”, Idn RFT Films

16 September
“The Game Changers”, USA Cinevents
“Rigoletto On The Lake 2019 (Opera)” Aut CinemaLive

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