UK box office top ten and analysis for the weekend of Friday 5th to Sunday 7th April 2013...
With little in the way of new competition, DreamWorks' CG-animated family adventure The Croods held on to top spot at the UK box office, pulling in £2.36 million to make it three weeks in a row. Second place was also unchanged, despite the fact that G.I. Joe: Retaliation suffered a steep drop, banking £1.06 million after a decent £2.76 million opening last weekend, while the biggest new release of the week Dark Skies was the only other film in the chart to break seven figures, with a £1,031,948 debut enough to claim third.
Moving on and Danny Boyle's Trance and Bryan Singer's Jack the Giant Slayer both fell one spot apiece to fourth and fifth, while Sam Raimi's fantasy adventure Oz the Great and Powerful was another non-mover in sixth. Stephenie Meyer adaptation The Host »
- Flickering Myth
Similar News ItemsTom Cruise
- Christopher McQuarrie Set to Return for 'Mission Impossible 6' (From LatinoReview. 1 December 2015, 5:55 AM, PST)
- Updated: Christopher McQuarrie will direct Mission: Impossible 6 (From The Hollywood News. 30 November 2015, 11:30 PM, PST)
- Official: Chris McQuarrie Signs On To Helm Mission: Impossible 6 (From ComicBookMovie. 30 November 2015, 6:37 PM, PST)
The Hunger Games (2012)
- Will 'Mockingjay Part 2' Crush 'Krampus' at the Box Office? (From MovieWeb. 1 December 2015, 8:38 AM, PST)
- ‘Hunger Games’ Finale Tops $200 Million at Domestic Box Office (From The Wrap. 1 December 2015, 7:41 AM, PST)
- Cool Stuff: Mark Englert’s ‘The Good Dinosaur’ Print (From Slash Film. 1 December 2015, 5:30 AM, PST)
Bradley Cooper (I)
- ‘Rambo’ TV Series in the Works at Fox (From Variety - TV News. 1 December 2015, 7:56 AM, PST)
- Amy Schumer Reveals Her Dirty, Dirty Fantasy About Bradley Cooper (From E! Online. 30 November 2015, 1:18 PM, PST)
- On Minute TV Spot Hits for David O. Russell's 'Joy' (From LatinoReview. 30 November 2015, 9:48 AM, PST)