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Following on from Downton’s dominance, it’s a big week for releases in the UK with Joker and Judy both appearing on over 300 screens on Friday.Read More UK Box Office Predictions: Joker Vs. Judy
There are two big releases this weekend, horror Ready or Not and prestige picture the Goldfinch. While they’re both appearing on over 300 screens, we don’t think that either will trouble Downton Abbey’s exceptional dominance at the top of the UK box office.Read More UK Box Office Predictions: The Domination of Downton!
The two big releases are Downton Abbey and Hustlers, with both opening on over 300 screens,and there’s little doubt which is going to plant itself firmly at the top of the UK Box Office. Due to the popularity of the TV series, we expect Downton Abbey to be in the charts for weeks and weeks and weeks…Read More UK Box Office Predictions: Downton Abbey Hits The Big Screen
As far as we can tell, nothing significant is coming out this week to trouble the latest Disney behemoth, the Lion King. It’s been received lukewarm reviews with Empire saying that the film is “beautifully crafted and carefully conceived, without ever entirely justifying its existence”, but we don’t think this will have the slightest bit of impact on what is sure to be a kingly box office performance.Read More UK Box Office Predictions: Will the Lion King Rule the Box Office?
UK box office predictions w/c 27th May: How did we do? We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again, we hate sunny half-term holiday weekends. For some inexplicable reason, people don’t seem to want to spend their time in a darkened room for nearly three hours. As a result cinema attendance goes completely to […]Read More X-Men Men To Assemble For The Last Time
In 2014 Godzilla opened to great reviews and over six million pounds. Five years later the reviews for its sequel, Godzilla : King of the Monsters, frankly suck. Empire said that it was “an overload of repetitive, joyless destruction that mistakes volume and demolition for actual excitement”. Ouch! Still, we can see the monster-mash slotting above Aladdin, which made just over seven million at the weekend (but we expect Aladdin will stay in the charts for far, far longer).Read More UK Box Office Predictions: Will Godzilla Squash Aladdin?