Film / Box Office

Box Office Chart: September 25-27 2020

By robin askew, Wednesday Sep 30, 2020

1. Tenet £648,517 (£14,995,041, 5 weeks)

2. After We Collided £514,020 (£2,563,372, 4 weeks)

3. Bill & Ted Face the Music £216,790 (£834,981, 2 weeks)

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4. Onward £126,355 (£7,308,920, 30 weeks)

5. The New Mutants £93,253 (£1,474,117, 4 weeks)

6. 100% Wolf £89,634 (£1,281,535, 9 weeks)

7. Unhinged £60,113 (£1,747,401, 9 weeks)

8. Rocks £53,299 (£173,349, 2 weeks)

9. Trolls World Tour £36,826 (£882,002, 25 weeks)

10. Schemers £34,474 (new release)

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It’s a fifth week at the top for Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, which will have topped £15m by now. Snapping at its heels is critic-proof – and, indeed, mostly not reviewed – teen romance After We Collided. This one’s doing particularly well given that it’s a sequel to a film that never saw the inside of the UK cinema. After went straight to Netflix last year. Other than that, there’s very little news to report. Schemers was the only new release to make the chart (and the only one to be released in Bristol), but had to settle for lowly tenth place. Outside the top ten, Miss Juneteenth took a fairly pitiful £6,746 from 32 cinemas. This one opens at the Watershed on Friday.

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