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UK top ten box office countdown (WE 23rd June 2014)

June 26th, 2014 by Stuart Miller Comments

22 Jump Street’s reign at the top of the chart has finally come to an end thanks to The Fault in Our Stars which has gone and taken its crown.

Other new entries in this week’s chart include Bollywood film Humshakals which went in at number 1ten, thriller from McG, 3 Days to Kill going in at number seven and musical biopic Jersey Boys which went in at number six.

New Releases - A bit of a mixed bag this week, including one film that isn’t officially released in England and Wales for two weeks however it should be included in next week’s chart thanks to it getting released in Scotland and Ireland, the movie in question is How to Train Your Dragon 2. Other films out this week include comedy sequel A Haunted House 2, comedy TV spin off Mrs Brown’s Boys: D’Movie, drama with a hint of comedy and a smattering of food with Chef, musical comedy Walking on Sunshine and dark drama thriller Cold in July.

10. Humshakals – (NE) – £129,181
9. Oculus – £196,422 – £898,880
8. Belle – £203,543 – £1,047,694
7. 3 Days to Kill – (NE) – £324,560
6. Jersey Boys – (NE) – £415,608
5. Edge of Tomorrow – £515,352 – £6,595,174
4. X-Men: Days of Future Past – £564,649 – £25,796,941
3. Maleficent – £970,381 – £15,230,777
2. 22 Jump Street – £1,530,775 – £12,744,566
1. The Fault in Our Stars – (NE) – £3,434,334

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Stuart is co-founder and one of the hosts of the Monday movie show. Ever since the age of two he's been a huge movie fan, especially horror films since one of the first films he ever watched was Poltergeist, yes at age two. Since then he can't stop watching films and over the years it has become a bit of an obsession, but it's not just films that he has a passion for; he's also a huge videogame fanatic and has also been known for belting out the odd tune or two. For more on what Stuart does visit

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