UK Cinema Box Office Top 10
Here is the UK Box office top 10 for the week ending 28th February 2016.
|Pos.||Film||Weekend Total||Gross Total|
|3||Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip||£1.2M||£14.7M|
|4||How to Be Single||£1.0M||£3.7M|
Welcome to the UK Box office top 10 for the week ending 28th February 2016.
The year's Oscar winning film, Spotlight, about the Pulitzer Prize-winning Boston Globe investigation, remains at number 10 for a second week.
9 Triple 9
Triple 9, the complex heist story involving dirty cops and organised crime, drops three places to 9.
8 Dad's Army
The bungling Home Guard platoon from Walmington-on-Sea, aided by a sexy reporter, drops three places to 8.
7 The Revenant
The Revenant, starring Oscar winner Leonardo DiCaprio, gets an Oscar boost and climbs back up the charts to 7.
6 The Forest
The Forest, a supernatural thriller set in a legendary Japanese Forest, is a new entry at 6.
The nightmare creatures that have come to life from the Goosebumps novels drop one place to 5.
4 How to Be Single
How to Be Single, the story of various people dating and learning to be single in New York City, drops to 4.
3 Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip
Alvin and the Chipmunks are enjoying The Road Chip but have dropped one place to 3.
He's back! Sacha Baron Cohen's comedy, Grimsby, about a top MI5 agent and his incompetent brother is a new entry at 2.
Deadpool remains at the top of the cinema charts for a third week, proving that bad language and being irresponsible may not big or clever but it's certainly popular.