October 25, 2021


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‘Shang-chi,’ ‘Free Guy’ top UK, Ireland box office

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It took a week for Disney to continue their reign at the UK and Irish box offices with the titles “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” and “Free Guy”.

“Shang-Chi” peaked at £ 2.32 million ($ 3.26 million) over the weekend and now totals 15.8 million in the third week of its release.

“Free Guy” was runner-up with 677,000 and collected £ 15.3 million in six weeks.

A pair of Universal titles took third and fourth place at the box office. “Honor” collected £ 377,395 in its second weekend for a total of 1 1.1 million and “Candyman” received 32 323,350 in its fourth weekend for a total of £ 4.3 million.

The top five rounds were “PAW Patrol: The Movie” which grossed a total of 6 .6. Millions of dollars.

Summer hits continue to score at the box office. “Jungle Cruise” now totals 12.2 million, “The Croods: A New Age” £ 9.4 million and “Space Jam: A New Legacy” £ 12.5 million.

The lone new entrant in the top ten is Kinostar Release, the Polish crime drama “Small World”, which debuted at number ten with 106,493.

Before Universal’s big James Bond No0 hit “No Time to Die” in September, there were several more release jockeys for positions in the middle of the week.

Dougoff is releasing the single mountaineering documentary “The Alpinist” in more than 100 locations, while Pecadillo Pictures is releasing 25 sites in the award-winning LGBT drama “Sweetheart”.

After some trouble, the entertainment film distributor is finally releasing David Lowry’s “The Green Night”, starring Dev Patel, at the cinema hall, and the film will also make headlines at the same time on Amazon Prime Video.

Prior to the release of Dennis Villeneuve’s ‘Dun’ in late October, Lionsgate was enjoying the film’s anticipation by republishing David Lynch’s 1984 adaptation of Frank Herbert’s cult novel across 100 screens.

Boutique distributor Day for Night Pema Tesden is releasing the festival favorite “balloon”, which comes to the UK behind 223 international awards. Another festival favorite, Fanny Leatard and Jerome Travil’s ear selection “Gagarin” is also being released in limited form by Curzon.

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