UK box office top ten and analysis for the weekend of Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th February 2013...
After being toppled last week by Bruce Willis, Wreck-It Ralph returned to the top of the UK box office chart in its third weekend on screens, reclaiming first place with a solid £3.42 million - just £16k less than it pulled in the previous weekend. Wreck-It Ralph has now amassed a healthy £18.62 million so far, and looks on course to overtake Pixar's latest offering Brave, the Academy Award-winning feature having banked £22.17 million during its release last year.
Despite dropping 50% of its takings, A Good Day to Die Hard managed to hold on to second place with £1.65 million, while the Guillermo del Toro-produced Mama opened in third with £1,512,297. Les Misérables continued to pull in the crowds, retaining fourth place and banking another £765k to give the musical an impressive £37.8 million after seven weeks on screens, »
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