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Monday, 10 May 2010

Uk Box Office 7-9 May

This week IRON MAN 2 continues to reign, albeit with a 70% drop. NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET won't find much legs with such a weak opening, given that horror fans tend to come out on the first weekend. The nice surprise in the pack is Chris Morris' FOUR LIONS, which took a £5,146 screen average, not bad for a homegrown comedy from a TV writer/director.

1- IRON MAN 2 (£3,203,051)
2- NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (£1,340,704)
3- HOT TUB TIME MACHINE (£889,660)
4- FURRY VENGEANCE (£795,122)
5- BACK UP PLAN (£707,131)
6- FOUR LIONS (£591,838)
7- HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON (£516,327)
8- THE LAST SONG (£364,575)
9- DATE NIGHT (£333,164)
10- THE CLASH OF THE TITANS (£290,342)

1 comment:

  1. IM2 was one of the most instantly forgettable films I've ever seen - Junk Food Cinema! All concerned just going through the motions for the money. Fairly decent 2-D digital presentation, for once, at the Cineworld - best since Star Trek (I know YOU do it week in, week out!)
    Spot on with the observation about Horror fans. Like the Sci-Fi crowd, they're there on opening night (unless there's a Midnight Showing the day before!)

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