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UK & US Box office countdown WE 17 Nov 2014

November 20th, 2014 by Stuart Miller Comments

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Nothing seems to have been able to move Interstellar off the top spot as it spends a second week at number one despite a bit of a challenge from this week’s highest new entry.

Three new films managed to find their way into this week’s chart, firstly going in at number five was dark thriller The drop which sees Tom Hardy fighting to protect what he loves. The second highest new entry went to kids’ Christmas comedy Nativity 3: Dude Where’s My Donkey which sees itself at this week’s number two. This week’s highest new entry though went to the Benedict Cumberbatch drama about Alan Turing one of the fathers of the computer and the person who cracked the enigma code, The Imitation Game which went in at number two.

Upcoming – I doubt we will see Interstellar at the top of the chart this time next week as it has major competition from The Hunger Games: Mockinjay Part 1, the only other new film of note is drama The Homesman starring Tommy Lee Jones.

10. Ouija – £308,516 – £3,207,638
9. Fury – £359,822 – £7,863,014
8. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – £437,437 – £13,056,581
7. The Book of Life – £442,863 – £5,376,374
6. Gone Girl – £454,488 – £21,545,587
4. Mr Turner – £741,748 – £4,357,230
3. Nativity 3: Dude Where’s My Donkey – (NE) – £1,800,419
2. The Imitation Game – (NE) – £2,742,725
1. Interstellar – £3,777,804 – £12,131,990

US Chart

Over in the US, last week’s number one Big Hero 6 finds itself now hanging out at the number two spot thanks to the highest new entry of the week, comedy sequel Dumb and Dumber To. The only other new entry in this week’s chart went to drama Beyond the Night at number four.

5. Gone Girl
4. Beyond the Light – (NE)
3. Interstellar
2. Big Hero 6
1. Dumb and Dumber To – (NE)

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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