UK box office top ten and analysis for the weekend of Friday 8th - Sunday 10th February 2013...
It was game over for Tom Hooper's Les Misérables this past weekend as Disney's Wreck-It Ralph knocked the acclaimed musical from the top of the box office, with the video game-inspired CG animation banking a solid £4,526,380 to take first place and give Disney its second-highest non-Pixar UK opening behind 2011's fairytale adventure Tangled.
Les Misérables added another £1.64m to push its five-week gross to £33.46m, while the romantic comedy I Give It a Year opened in third with £1,450,023. Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained was the only other release to break seven figures, with the Spaghetti Western homage and Robert Zemeckis' Flight both dropping two spots apiece to fourth and fifth.
Leading the bottom half of the chart was the third of this week's newcomers Warm Bodies, although a £895,509 debut seems to »
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