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UK top ten box office countdown (WE 29th June 2015)

July 1st, 2015 by Irwin Fletcher Comments

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Jurassic World’s reign at the top of the chart had to come to a end sometime and it was up to those yellow adorable creatures known as the Minions to topple it and that they did.

Going straight in at number one, The Minions Movie took an impressive £11.5 million in its opening weekend, making it the highest grossing animated film in its debut weekend, just ahead of Toy Story 3.

With the Minions hitting the number one spot you would think that no other new film would want to be released in the same week as they wouldn’t have a chance to crack the top ten, however this is not true; in fact there were two other new films in this week’s chart in the form of indie western Slow West going in at number ten and dark thriller Knock Knock hitting the number seven spot.

Upcoming – Two big films this week will fighting to make some kind of impact on next weeks chart, those films in question are Terminator Genisys and Magic Mike XXL.

10. Slow West, £140,858 from 69 sites (new)
9. San Andreas, £196,676 from 265 sites. Total: £11,167,836
8. The Longest Ride, £205,549 from 363 sites. Total: £989,255
7. Knock Knock, £250,549 from 266 sites (new)
6. Entourage, £271,731 from 378 sites. Total: £1,256,233
5. Secret Cinema: The Empire Strikes Back, £275,875 from 1 site. Total: £1,415,015
4. Mr Holmes, £396,982 from 516 sites. Total: £1,695,740
3. Spy, £630,497 from 422 sites. Total: £8,611,784
2. Jurassic World, £5,776,465 from 604 sites. Total: £48,912,405
1. Minions, £11,558,946 from 571 sites (new)

US Chart

There was no change at the top of this week’s chart in the US, with Jurassic World remaining at number one and Inside Out sticking to the number two spot.

The top five did see two new entries in the form of drama Max going in at number four and comedy sequel Ted 2 hitting the number three spot.

5. Spy
4. Max (NE)
3. Ted 2 (NE)
2. Inside Out
1. Jurassic World

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