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The Lion King posted a second straight £10m+ weekend, dropping 36% compared to its opening session, to £10.6m. Including strong mid-weeks, the film is already up to an impressive £36.8m after 10 days.
It is another smash hit for Disney, already placing fourth in the highest-grossing films of the year, overtaking Aladdin (which is up to £36m) after just two weeks. The top five is now composed entirely of Disney titles: Avengers: Endgame, Toy Story 4, Captain Marvel, The Lion King and Aladdin.
Weekend - Toy - Story - Slender - %
This weekend, Toy Story 4 fell a slender 8% with £2.5m, taking it to £51.6m to date. It is now the third biggest animation ever in the UK and the second film this year to cross £50m after Avengers: Endgame. The Lion King will become the third within a couple of weeks. In 2018, five titles crossed the £50m mark, and 2019 has several candidates to come.
Overall, Disney dominated the UK box office weekend, with the studio’s releases representing 65% of total business.
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Spider-Man: Far From Home added £1.7m, down a steady 27% on last weekend, and is now up to £30.6m.
The film will pass Spider-Man: Homecoming’s £30.7m this week to be the second highest grossing entry in the franchise behind Spider-Man 3 on £33.6m.
Deon - Taylor - Horror - Intruder - Screens
Deon Taylor’s horror The Intruder opened to £51,000 from 131 screens this weekend for a tepid site average of £389.
Men In Black: International is up to £6.7m from its UK run.
Yesterday - % - Drop - Weekend - £609
Yesterday posted a solid 21% drop in its fifth weekend, taking £609,258 for £11.1m to date. The film has also been a counter-programming hit in the US.
The Secret Life Of Pets 2 added £53,444 for £18.8m, while The Dead Don’t Die took £41,005 for £507,577 after...
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