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UK top ten box office countdown (WE 10th February 2014)

February 13th, 2014 by Irwin Fletcher Comments

The Wolf of Wall Street’s reign at the top of the chart has finally come to an end thanks to Mr Peabody and Sherman who find themselves at the top of this week’s chart.

Other new entries include live opera event Ruska-Met Opera 2014 at number ten, drama starring Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto in the Dallas Buyers Club at number four and 80s sci-fi action remake Robocop at this week’s number two.

New Releases – Another week of big films so next week’s chart should look a little different again, on offer is animated action adventure built on bricks, The Lego Movie, comedy dance movie starring Nick Frost in Cuban Fury, George Clooney directs and stars in the all-star The Monuments Men and Jaoquin Phoenix stars in romantic sci-fi drama Her.

10. Ruska-Met Opera 2014 – (NE) – £277,460
9. American Hustle
– £284,291 – £12,481,325
8. Lone Survivor
– £389,315 -£1,140,879
7. That Awkward Moment
– £480,796 – £1,441,963
6. Frozen
– £518,352 – £37,001,278
5. 12 Years a Slave
– £893,948 – £14,587,323
4. Dallas Buyers Club – (NE)
– £1,086,938
3. Wolf of Wall Street
– £1,604,519 – £16,568,909
2. Robocop – (NE)
– £2,419,948
1. Mr Peabody and Sherman – (NE)
– £3,916,559

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