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‘Migration’, ‘Argylle’ repeat UK-Ireland box office one-two as ‘The Iron Claw’ makes top five

Rank Movie (distributor) Three-day gross (Feb September 11) Whole gross up to now Week
 1. Migration (Common) £2.5m £6.7m 2
 2. Argylle (Common) £994,542 £3.7m 2
 3. The Iron Claw (Lionsgate) £671,297 £754,153 1
 4. All Of Us Strangers (Disney) £510,000 £3.8m 3
 5. Peppa Pig’s Cinema Get together (Trafalgar) £490,405 £490,405 1

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Common maintained a one-two on the UK-Eire field workplace this weekend, as animation Migration held off Matthew Vaughn’s spy comedy Argylle.

Migration, from Minions creators Illumination, added £2.5m on its second session – a 31% drop. The movie has £6.7m in complete.

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On its second weekend, Argylle dropped 43%, with £994,542 taking it to £3.7m – down on the standard stage of Vaughn’s directorial output.

Sean Durkin’s The Iron Claw broke into the highest 5 on its opening weekend for Lionsgate. The wrestling drama took £671,297 from 517 websites at a £1,298 web site common; and has £754,153 together with previews. This makes it Durkin’s highest-grossing characteristic already within the UK and Eire, topping 2012’s Martha Marcy Could Marlene   (£472,904).

Andrew Haigh’s ghost story romance All Of Us Strangers held a prime 5 spot for a 3rd successive weekend, falling 36% with £510,000 taking it to £3.8m complete for Disney’s Searchlight Footage.

Trafalgar Releasing’s Peppa’s Cinema Get together introduced in £490,405 on the weekend, together with from its occasion launch on Friday, February 9.

Takings for the highest 5 dropped a pointy 32.3% to only £5.1m. That is additionally down 24.8% on the equal weekend from final 12 months, with cinemas keenly hoping that Bob Marley: One Love and Madame Internet catch fireplace subsequent weekend.

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Former primary Imply Women fell 42.8% on its fourth weekend for Paramount, with £482,000 taking it to a £7.8m complete, nicely past the £5.7m of the unique 2004 movie.

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Anybody However You continues to be a standout field workplace performer after seven weekends in cinemas. The Sony romantic comedy added £439,312 – a 23.3% drop that was higher than the market common – to hit nearly £10m, a determine that will’ve appeared unlikely when it opened to £733,416 on the ultimate weekend of 2023.

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Wonka continues to guide Warner Bros’ slate, taking £410,000 on its 10th weekend in cinemas – a 27.7% drop – to hit £61.1m, and overtaking Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King to turn out to be the 25th -highest-grossing movie ever within the UK and Eire.

Jonathan Glazer’s The Zone Of Curiosity posted a superb second weekend for A24, including £388,890 – a 34.8% drop. The Holocaust drama now has £1.3m in complete, making it Glazer’s highest-grossing movie within the UK and Eire after simply 10 days in cinemas, forward of Beneath The Pores and skin (£1.2m).

The re-release of Denis Villeneuve’s 2021 Dune introduced in £335,000 on the weekend, along with the £22.1m from the movie’s authentic rollout – a promising signal for Warner Bros forward of Dune: Half Two on March 1.

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Searchlight Footage’ Poor Issues added £268,000 on its fifth session – a 38% drop – to hit a £6.4m complete, a good outcome for an 18-rated movie.

Alexander Payne’s The Holdovers dropped 40% on its fourth weekend for Common, including £236,322 to achieve £3m – down on the £8.2m of the director’s 2012 The Descendants, however nearer to the £3.9m of 2005’s Sideways.

Wire Jefferson’s awards contender American Fiction posted a robust maintain on its second weekend for Curzon. The movie, starring Jeffrey Wright, added £213,692 – a drop of simply 25.8% – to achieve £796,510.

Motion title The Beekeeper from Sky Cinema, launched by Studiocanal, took £154,746 on its fourth session – a 34.9% drop that introduced it to £3.5m.

Studiocanal’s horror Baghead added £86,890 on its third session – a 49% drop – to hit £843,294.

Vertigo Releasing’s Gassed Up began with £63,809 from 191 websites at a £334 location common. Together with previews, George Amponsah’s crime thriller has £76,225 in complete.

Launched in cinemas nearly two years after its streaming debut, Disney’s Turning Crimson took £57,000 from 550 websites on the weekend, at £104-per-cinema.

The Colour Purple added £57,000 on its third weekend for Warner Bros, and has simply over £1m in complete.

Disney’s Want added £45,000 on its 12th session to hit £12.7m.

On its seventh weekend in cinemas, Hayao Miyazaki’s The Boy And The Heron added £40,111 for Elysian Movie Distribution – a 47.1% drop – to hit a robust £4.9m complete.

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Steve McQueen’s Amsterdam-set documentary Occupied Metropolis opened to £32,781 for Trendy Movies, from 44 websites at a £745 web site common. Together with previews the movie has £42,707 – a good theatrical efficiency for a 266-minute battle documentary.

On its eighth session, Warner Bros’ Aquaman And The Misplaced Kingdom added £23,000 to hit £9.7m.

Sofia Coppola’s Priscilla is leaving Graceland after six weekends, with the Priscilla Presley story including £18,760 to hit £3.2m for Mubi.

Warner Bros’ The Boys In The Boat is nearing its end line with £16,000 on its fifth weekend, for a £793,000 complete.

Nationwide Theatre Stay’s Pricey England launch added £10,651 on a 3rd weekend in cinemas, to hit £988,014 complete.

Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer added £9,384 on its 30th weekend in cinemas for Common, to achieve a £58.7m complete; and will proceed to take cash because it options within the ongoing awards season.

Felipe Galvez Haberle’s The Settlers opened to £8,026 for Mubi, with £15,279 together with previews.

Jeanie Finlay’s documentary Your Fats Good friend opened to £4,174 on restricted screenings by way of Tull Tales; and has £45,300 in complete after a formidable run of previews.

Park Circus had two restricted re-releases in cinemas this weekend –It Occurred One Evening bringing in £1,262, and increasing to additional websites throughout the Valentine’s Day week; with Ping Pong taking £90.

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