Disney/Pixar's Onward managed to hold on to the top spot, helped by the lacklustre new releases.
The best newcomer was Vin Diesel's comic-book adaptation Bloodshot, which overcame poor reviews to land at second spot, but the takings
were disappointing, at below 10 million.
Religious drama I Still Believe was next, at three, while who-dies-next thriller The Hunt landed at five. It's probably the last week on the
top ten for Bad Boys For Life.
Onward retained the top spot after re-opening, with plenty of nostalgic re-releases on offer as we wait for Hollywood to greenlight the new fare.
for UK data.
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