Venom slithered sraight to the top with a good opening, while the Addms Family sequel was a distant second.
Apart from The Many Saints of Newark at four, the two other newcomers struggled on few screens.
James Bond had a stonking debut, we'll have to see how long those legs are.
Tho only other new entry was Chal Mera Putt 3, while the rest were well shuffled.
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