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US Top Ten movies

With no new films on the top ten, the top ten is almost the same as last week.

Weekend of 8 - 10 January 2021

  1. Wonder Woman 1984 (3 weeks)
  2. The Croods: A New Age (7 weeks)
  3. News of the World (3 weeks)
  4. Monster Hunter (4 weeks)
  5. Fatale (4 weeks)
  6. Promising Young Woman (3 wweks)
  7. Pinocchio (3 weeks)
  8. The War with Grandpa (14 weeks)
  9. Come Play (re-entry, 2 weeks)
  10. Alien (re-release, 2 weeks)

UK Top Ten movies

No new releases, Wonder Woman took 72.6k£ and Home Alone 3.8k£...

Cinemas in the UK are now closed, so no updates for the time being.

Weekend of 25 - 27 December 2020

  1. Wonder Woman 1984 (2 weeks)
  2. Home Alone (re-release, 5 weeks)
  3. Come Away (2 weeks)
  4. The Greatest Showman (re-release, 1 week)
  5. Superintelligence (3 weeks)
  6. Elf (re-release, 5 weeks)
  7. The Lion King (re-release, 1 week)
  8. Lat Him Go (new, 1 week)
  9. Honest Thief (re-rntry, 1 week)
  10. The Muppet Christmas Carol (re-release, 2 weeks)
Thanks to Comscore for UK data.

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