Wreck It Ralph

Wreck It Ralph

Wreck It Ralph has returned to the top of the UK box office as it toppled A Good Day To Die Hard after just a week at number one.

Wreck it Ralph is the latest animation film from Disney and has enjoyed huge critical and commercial success since it was released.

The movie took a further £3.4 million over the weekend to comfortably take over the top spot from the latest Die Hard film.

A Good Day To Die Hard is the fifth film in the franchise and sees Bruce Willis return to the role of John McClane.

It fell just a single place this week as it took a further £1.6 million. The highest new entry this week was Mama as the horror film was in at three.

The film sees Jessica Chastain return to the big screen in the Guillermo Del Toro produced film – a film that has already topped the U.S. box office.

Les Miserables was a none mover at four while comedy I Give It A Year was up a single place from six to five.

Sweeping epic Cloud Atlas was a second new entry at number six while This Is 40 down four places at seven.

Song For Marion, which sees Gemma Arterton lead an all-star cast, was the third and final new entry in at eight while Django Unchained was down two places at nine.

It has been a great week for Django Unchained as it picked up two Oscars at the weekend; Best Supporting Actor for Christopz Waltz and Best Original Screenplay for Quentin Tarantino.

Beautiful Creature was this week’s biggest faller as it was down five places rounding off the top ten.  

1. (2) Wreck-It Ralph - £3,420,196
2. (1) A Good Day to Die Hard - £1,646,541
3. (-) Mama - £1,512,297
4. (4) Les Misérables - £765,367
5. (6) I Give It A Year - £632,195
6. (-) Cloud Atlas - £544,725
7. (3) This Is 40 - £473,915
8. (-) Song for Marion - £456,714
9. (7) Django Unchained - £427,027
10. (5) Beautiful Creatures - £398,401

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