Spectre remains the dominant force at the UK box office this week as it comfortably held on to the number one spot.



Spectre made it two weeks as the number one film in the UK as it grossed a further £13.1 million over the weekend. So far, the movie has grossed £63.9 million in the UK alone.

The movie has also topped the box office in America and is already closing in on a world wide gross of $300 million.

There was also no change at number two this week as animation film Hotel Transylvania 2 continued to perform well.

Brooklyn is a movie that has been whipping up a storm on the festival circuit and was this week's highest new entry at number three.

Brooklyn marks the return of John Crowley to the director's chair for the adaptation of the Colm Toibin novel of the same name. The movie sees Saoirse Ronan in the lead role and she is tipped to be a Best Actress Oscar contender for her work.

Pan was the third none-movers inside the top five, as it stayed put at number four. Burnt, which is the new film for Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller, was a new entry in at number five.

The Martian is a movie that has grossed over $459 million worldwide and it and Suffragette were both none-movers at six and seven this week.

Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse was the third and final new entry inside the top ten this week as the horror/comedy opened at number eight.

There was also no change at the bottom of the top ten as Paranormal Activity: Ghost Dimension and The Last Witch Hunter stayed at nine and ten.

  1. (1) Spectre £13,145,138
  2. (2) Hotel Transylvania 2 £1,105,023
  3. (-) Brooklyn £1,041,278
  4. (4) Pan £520,526
  5. (-) Burnt £445,777
  6. (6) The Martian £437,450
  7. (7) Suffragette £404,805
  8. (-) Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse £297,263
  9. (9) Paranormal Activity: Ghost Dimension £290,351
  10. (10) The Last Witch Hunter £156,466

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