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‘Bob Marley: One Love’ retains UK-Ireland box office lead as ‘Wicked Little Letters’ opens second

Rank Movie (distributor) Three-day gross (Feb 23-25) Whole gross so far Week
 1. Bob Marley: One Love  (Paramount) £2.4m £11.3m 2
 2. Depraved Little Letters  (Studiocanal) £1.5m £1.6m 1
 3. Migration  (Common) £1.5m £16.4m 4
 4. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba – To The Hashira Coaching  (Sony) £641,878 £641,878 1
 5. Madame Internet  (Sony) £601,910 £3.4m 2

GBP to USD conversion price: 1.27

Paramount’s Bob Marley: One Love rolled regular on the UK-Eire field workplace this weekend, holding off competitors from Studiocanal’s Depraved Little Letters to take care of prime spot.

One Love   recorded a £2.4m session – a 42.9% drop – pushing it to a good £11.3m whole.

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Thea Sharrock’s UK-French comedy Depraved Little Letters opened to simply over £1.5m from 685 websites, at a £2,242 location common. Together with previews, the movie has £1.6m.

Common animation Migration coasted to a fourth weekend within the prime 5. The duck drama added simply shy of £1.5m – a 46% drop – and is as much as £16.4m whole in a good efficiency for the Illumination household title.

Sony’s launch of anime Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba – To The HashiraCoaching opened to £641,878 from 401 websites, at a £1,601 website common. It falls in the midst of the openings for 2021’s Demon Slayer: Mugen Prepare, with £693,288; and final 12 months’s To The Swordsmith Village with £567,638.

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Demon Slayer defeated Sony stablemate Madame Internet, which dropped 53.7% on its second weekend with £601,910. The superheroine movie has a flat £3.4m from two periods.

Having rebounded considerably final trip, takings for the highest 5 dropped 28.1% to £6.7m. Figures are additionally down 15.5% on the identical weekend of final 12 months; cinemas can be pinning hopes on Warner Bros blockbuster Dune: Half Two from subsequent weekend, with many venues reporting robust presales.

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Andrew Scott drew the audiences for Nationwide Theatre Dwell’s launch of Vanya, the one-man model of Anton Chekov’s play. The occasion cinema title took £327,444 on the weekend, along with £768,872 from its Thursday February 22 opening, for a wholesome £1.1m rolling whole – NT Dwell’s finest consequence since Prima Facie starring Jodie Comer in 2022.

Common’s Argylle dropped 54% on its fourth weekend in cinemas, with £249,342 taking it to £5.6m whole – beneath the same old £10m threshold of director Matthew Vaughn’s output.

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Sean Durkin’s The Iron Claw added £231,384 on its third weekend – a 44.5% drop for Lionsgate, that took the movie to £2.1m whole.

Jonathan Glazer’s The Zone Of Curiosity added £221,346 on its fourth session, dropping 23.1% – lower than the market common. The A24 drama has £2.3m in whole.

Now on its sixth weekend, Paramount’s Imply Ladies musical added an extra £190,000 and is as much as £8.9m.

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Sony’s Anybody However You starring Glen Powell and Sydney Sweeney continued its wonderful run right into a ninth weekend, including £186,509 to hit a £11.2m whole. It’s comfortably the highest-grossing romantic comedy because the pandemic, forward of the £9.9m of 2022’s Ticket To Paradise and the £4.8m of final 12 months’s What’s Love Received To Do With It?.

Andrew Haigh’s All Of Us Strangers leads Disney’s slate, and took £155,437 on its fifth weekend to hit a powerful £4.9m whole.

Wim Wenders’ Oscar-nominated Good Days made a wonderful begin, taking £140,340 on the weekend from simply 69 websites at a £2,034 common. Together with previews, the Mubi title has £175,599.

Poor Issues added £138,091 on its seventh weekend for Disney, falling simply 22%; and is as much as £7.1m whole.

Wire Jefferson’s Oscar-nominated American Fiction added £95,273 on its fourth weekend in cinemas, and is now at nearly £1.3m for Curzon.

French Oscar entry The Style Of Issues added a tasty £70,789 on its second weekend, falling 42.7%; and has £407,554. A closing cume of greater than £500,000 appears seemingly, and could be a good consequence for Picturehouse Leisure. 

The Holdovers added £68,187 on a good sixth weekend in cinemas for Common; the Alexander Payne movie is as much as £3.6m whole.

Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer retains discovering an viewers every time Common places it again in additional cinemas. Now in its 32nd consecutive weekend, the historic drama elevated its takings by 183% on the earlier session, with £48,051 taking it to £58.8m whole because the 27th -highest-grossing movie ever within the territory.

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The Beekeeper starring Jason Statham added £35,777 for Sky Cinema, launched by Studiocanal; and has £3.8m from six weekends.

Elysian Movie’s The Boy And The Heron added £31,080 on its ninth weekend, dropping simply 16% and crossing the £5m mark.

This can be a exceptional achievement for the Japanese animation; the earlier highest-grossing Studio Ghibli title was 2003’s Spirited Away with £1.1m, whereas its final launch The Wind Rises took £755,730 in 2014.

Signature Leisure’s French animation The Jungle Bunch World Tour added £26,693 on its third weekend, and has £285,228 in whole.

Hong Kong crime drama The Moon Thieves took £22,252 throughout its full opening for Central Metropolis Media.

Studiocanal horror Baghead is closing out with £14,321 on its fifth weekend taking it to £961,493.

Stone Age horror Out Of Darkness from Display Star of Tomorrow director Andrew Cumming and author Ruth Greenberg opened to £12,100 for Signature Leisure, and has £17,089 together with previews.

Michel Franco’s Venice 2023 title Reminiscence began with £8,445 for Bohemia Media/Miracle.

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