Film / Box Office

Box Office Chart: September 1-3, 2017

By robin askew, Tuesday Sep 5, 2017

1. American Made £968,068 (£3,024,863, 2 weeks)

2. Dunkirk £935,980 (£53,735,483, 7 weeks)

3. The Hitman’s Bodyguard £718,328 (£5,651,190, 3 weeks)

4. The Emoji Movie £716,129 (£12,289,905 5 weeks)

5. Logan Lucky £632,648 (£2,121,222, 2 weeks)

6. Annabelle: Creation £572,226 (£7,582,319, 5 weeks)

7. Despicable Me 3 £515,332 (£45,561,378, 10 weeks)

8. Detroit £491,311 (£1,709,135, 2 weeks)

9. The Limehouse Golem £371,412 (new release)

10. Girls Trip £272,039 (£8,295,986, 6 weeks)

Chart copyright Rentrak

It was another quiet weekend at the UK box office as everyone stayed out in the sun. American Made enjoyed a second week at the top, with Dunkirk once again snapping at its heels. But the Tom Cruise vehicle suffered the indignity of scoring the lowest weekend total of a chart-topping film in nearly a decade. Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, meanwhile, continues to romp up the all-time UK chart. Over the last seven days, it jumped from 25th to 21st place and is rapidly closing on Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them to claim a place in the top 20. Of the new releases, only The Limehouse Golem managed to drum up much enthusiasm, reaching a lowly ninth place. Nobody seemed much interested in the portly lady rapper of Patti Cake$, which took just £120,000 nationwide. But at least this did better than Stratton, whose pitiful £27,000 opening weekend marked a new low for Con Air director Simon West.

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