According to the numbers released by ComScore, the Disney release “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” holds the poll position with a total of £ 1.5 million ($ 2.1 million) over the weekend at the UK and Irish box offices.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe movie now received a total of 18.2 million in its fourth week of release.
The popularity of “The Sopranos”, the prequel to “The Many Saints of Newark” released by Warner, has proved to be the first weekend with নত 5.31 a pound.
In another Disney release, “Free Guy” moved up one place to third, collecting £ 551,195 in its seventh weekend. The Shawn Levy movie, starring Ryan Reynolds, Jodi Kamar and Taika Weitti, now has a total of £ 16.1 million.
In its second weekend, the concert film “Oasis Nebworth 1996”, released by Trafalgar, collected £ 344,833 in fourth place and received a total of 34,634,278.
Rounding out the top five was the universal release “Respect”, which collected £ 250,050 in its third weekend, totaling 1.7 million.
Other debutant, entertaining film distributors acclaimed the title “The Green Night” was released simultaneously in the movie and Amazon Prime Video and grossed 6 166,118 in eighth place at the box office.
September 2 “Oliver Sax: His Own Life,” Rick Burns’s Palm Springs and Hampton’s renowned neurologist and author Dr. Oliver has won a documentary about Sax’s life and career. Altitude is releasing the film in more than 300 locations.
However, all eyes will be on the release of the much-anticipated James Bond film “No Time to Die” on Universal’s super-wide September fever, which marks the last time Daniel Craig is seen as an iconic British super spy. There has been a marketing blitzkrieg for the film, with Universal hoping for a box office that is both shaky and thrilling.