UK Cinema Box Office Top 10
Here is the UK Box office top 10 for the week ending 6th March 2016.
|Pos.||Film||Weekend Total||Gross Total|
|1||London Has Fallen||£3.2M||£3.2M|
|5||Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip||£0.5M||£15.3M|
|6||How to Be Single||£0.5M||£4.8M|
|9||The Other Side of the Door||£0.3M||£0.3M|
Welcome to the UK Box office top 10 for the week ending 6th March 2016.
Bringing up the rear is Goosebumps which has dropped five places.
9. The Other Side of the Door
A new entry at nine, The Other Side of the Door, is a horror story about a woman who tries to contact her dead son, with grave consequences.
The Oscar winner Spotlight gets an Oscar boost and climbs up two places to eight.
7. The Revenant
Another Oscar winner, The Revenant, remains at seven.
6. 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 six.
5. Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip
The popular Alvin and the Chipmunks remain in the charts for another week but drop to five.
Sacha Baron Cohen's comedy, Grimsby, about a top MI5 agent and his incompetent brother drops two places.
After three weeks at the top, Deadpool drops to third place.
2. Hail, Caesar!
A new entry at two, Hail, Caesar!, tells the story of a day in the life of a studio.
1. London Has Fallen
And London Has Fallen, about a plot to assassinate world leaders in London, goes straight in at number one - proving that world leaders aren't that popular these days.