Leet o 2019 box office nummer-ane films in the Unitit Kinrick

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This is a leet o films that have placed nummer ane at the weekend box office in the Unitit Kinrick in 2019.

Films[eedit | eedit soorce]

Week Weekend End Date Film Tot weekend gross
(Poond sterling)
Weekend appenins in the Tap 10 Reference(s)
1 6 Januar 2019 Mary Poppins Returns[lower-alpha 1] £4,444,023 The Favourite (#2), André Rieu's 2019 New Year Concert from Sydney (#4) [1]
2 13 Januar 2019 Stan & Ollie £2,578,838 Colette (#7), The Upside (#8) [2]
3 20 Januar 2019 Glass £3,423,380 Mary Queen of Scots (#2) [3]
4 27 Januar 2019 £1,936,631 Vice (#3), Dragon Ball Super: Broly (#7), The Mule (#8), A Dog's Way Home (#9), Love Yourself in SeoulBTS World Tour (#10) [4]
5 3 Februar 2019 How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World £5,323,448 Green Book (#2), Escape Room (#4), Can You Ever Forgive Me? (#8) [5]
6 10 Februar 2019 The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part £4,016,730 Alita: Battle Angel (#2), All Is True (#10) [6]
7 17 Februar 2019 £2,472,489 Instant Family (#2), Happy Death Day 2U (#6), The Kid Who Would Be King (#7) [7]
8 24 Februar 2019 £2,410,824 Cold Pursuit (#6), On the Basis of Sex (#8), Total Dhamaal (#9) [8]
9 3 Mairch 2019 Fighting with My Family £2,022,174 The Aftermath (#6), Kobiety Mafii 2 (#10) [9]
10 10 Mairch 2019 Captain Marvel £12,750,000 The Sleeping BeautyBolshoi Ballet (#9) [10]
11 17 Mairch 2019 £6,643,217 Fisherman's Friends (#2), What Men Want (#3), Misz Masz Czyli Kogel Mogel 4 (#9) [11]
12 24 Mairch 2019 £3,378,583 Us (#2), The White Crow (#7), Five Feet Apart (#10) [12]
13 31 Mairch 2019 Dumbo £6,076,779 Die Walküre - Met Opera (#7), Lucifer (#8) [13]
14 7 Apryle 2019 Shazam! £4,067,068 Pet Sematary (#3), Peppa Pig: Festival of Fun (#5), Missing Link (#7), The Sisters Brothers (#9) [14]
15 14 Apryle 2019 Dumbo £2,345,046 Wonder Park (#3), Hellboy (#4), Wild Rose (#6), Little (#8) [15]
16 21 Apryle 2019 Shazam! £979,787 Kalank (#4), Red Joan (#5), Greta (#6) [16]
17 28 Apryle 2019 Avengers: Endgame £43,400,000 Eighth Grade (#10) [17]
18 5 Mey 2019 £14,331,192 Long Shot (#2), The Curse of La Llorona (#3), Tolkien (#4), A Dog's Journey (#5) [18]
19 12 Mey 2019 Pokémon Detective Pikachu £4,951,838 The Hustle (#3), Amazing Grance (#9), Dialogues of the Carmelites - Met Opera (#10) [19]
20 19 Mey 2019 John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum £3,562,524 PAW Patrol Mighty Pups (#5) [20]
21 26 Mey 2019 Aladdin £7,066,773 Rocketman (#2), The Secret Life of Pets 2 (#3), Muklawa (#10) [21]
22 2 Juin 2019 £4,888,931 Godzilla: King of the Monsters (#2), Booksmart (#7), Ma (#8) [22]
23 9 Juin 2019 £3,929,625 Dark Phoenix (#2), Take That: Greatest Hits Live (#5), Bharat (#7), Casino Royale (#8) [23]
24 16 Juin 2019 £2,881,535 Men in Black: International (#2), Diego Maradona (#9)
25 23 Juin 2019 Toy Story 4 £13,300,000 Brightburn (#5), Child's Play (#9)
26 30 Juin 2019 £8,284,437 Yesterday (#2), Apollo 11 (#8) [24]
27 7 Julie 2019 Spider-Man: Far From Home £14,148,624 Westlife: The Twenty Tour Live (#4), Midsommar (#5), The Queen's Corgi (#6), Anna (#9) [25]
28 14 Julie 2019 £4,396,516 Annabelle Comes Home (#3), Stuber (#9), The Dead Don't Die (#10) [26]
29 21 Julie 2019 The Lion King £16,671,765 [27]
30 28 Julie 2019 £10,660,287 André Rieu 2019 Maastricht Concert – Shall We Dance? (#4), Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans (#6), The Current War (#8) [28]
31 4 August 2019 Hobbs & Shaw £6,377,583 Angry Birds 2 (#5), The Magic FluteGlyndebourne 2019 (#10) [29]
32 11 August 2019 The Lion King £4,366,824 Blinded by the Light (#4), Playmobil: The Movie (#7) [30]
33 18 August 2019 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood £7,544,445 Dora and the Lost City of Gold (#4), Good Boys (#6) [31]
34 25 August 2019 Angel Has Fallen £2,122,408 Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (#5), Crawl (#7) [32]
35 1 September 2019 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood £1,841,873 The Informer (#10) [33]
36 8 September 2019 It Chapter Two £7,368,586 Polityka (#5)
37 15 September 2019 Downton Abbey £5,180,865 Hustlers (#3) [34]
38 22 September 2019 £3,280,442 Ad Astra (#2), Rambo: Last Blood (#4) [35]
39 29 September 2019 £2,682,080 Ready or Not (#4), The Goldfinch (#10) [36]
40 6 October 2019 Joker £12,555,329 Judy (#2), War (#8) [37]
41 13 October 2019 £9,766,609 Abominable (#2), Gemini Man (#3), Turandot – Met Opera (#7), The Day Shall Come (#8) [38]
42 20 October 2019 £5,489,716 Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (#2), A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon (#3), Zombieland: Double Tap (#4), Official Secrets (#7) [39]
43 27 October 2019 £3,464,683 Terminator: Dark Fate (#2), The Addams Family (#4), Countdown (#8), Bigil (#9) [40]
44 3 November 2019 £2,400,000 The Addams Family (#2), Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (#3), Terminator: Dark Fate (#4), Doctor Sleep (#5) [41]

Notes[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Opened in 2018

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

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  2. Gant, Charles (15 January 2019). "Stan & Ollie laugh it up as takings outstrip Mary Poppins at UK box office". The Guardian. Retrieved 15 January 2019. 
  3. Gant, Charles (22 January 2019). "M Night Shyamalan's superheroes make Glass a smash at UK box office". The Guardian. Retrieved 22 January 2019. 
  4. Gant, Charles (29 January 2019). "Mary Queen of Scots fails to smash Glass ceiling at UK box office". The Guardian. Retrieved 29 January 2019. 
  5. Gant, Charles (5 February 2019). "How to Train Your Dragon soars over Green Book at UK box office". The Guardian. Retrieved 5 February 2019. 
  6. Gant, Charles (12 February 2019). "The Lego Movie 2 masters How to Train Your Dragon at UK box office". The Guardian. Retrieved 19 February 2019. 
  7. Gant, Charles (19 February 2019). "The Lego Movie 2 blocks Instant Family from top spot at UK box office". The Guardian. Retrieved 22 February 2019. 
  8. Gant, Charles (26 February 2019). "Lego Movie 2 keeps How to Train Your Dragon at bay at UK box office". The Guardian. Retrieved 27 February 2019. 
  9. Gant, Charles (5 March 2019). "Fighting With My Family wrestles top spot from Lego Movie 2 at UK box office". The Guardian. Retrieved 5 March 2019. 
  10. Gant, Charles (12 March 2019). "Captain Marvel comes to the rescue of the UK box office". The Guardian. Retrieved 13 March 2019. 
  11. Gant, Charles (19 March 2019). "Captain Marvel flexes her superpowers at UK box office". The Guardian. Retrieved 20 March 2019. 
  12. Gant, Charles (26 March 2019). "Captain Marvel lords it over Us at UK box office". The Guardian. Retrieved 27 March 2019. 
  13. Gant, Charles (2 April 2019). "Dumbo soars to the top as Captain Marvel slips at UK box office". The Guardian. Retrieved 2 April 2019. 
  14. Gant, Charles (9 April 2019). "UK box office report, April 5-7: Shazam! muscles in on Dumbo, Laika misses the mark with Missing Link". The Telegraph. Retrieved 10 April 2019. 
  15. Gant, Charles (16 April 2019). "UK box office report, April 12-14: Hellboy freezes over, and Dumbo soars". The Telegraph. Retrieved 16 April 2019. 
  16. Gant, Charles (23 April 2019). "UK box office report April 19-21: Judi Dench's Red Joan bumped aside by Bollywood hit Kalank". The Telegraph. Retrieved 24 April 2019. 
  17. Gant, Charles (30 April 2019). "UK box office report, April 26-28: Avengers: Endgame turns the records to dust". The Telegraph. Retrieved 30 April 2019. 
  18. Gant, Charles (8 May 2019). "UK box office report, May 3-5: Avengers: Endgame stumbles, plus two film companies go to war". The Telegraph. Retrieved 8 May 2019. 
  19. Gant, Charles (12 May 2019). "UK box office report, May 10-12: Pikachu electrifies the box office, but it's Endgame for the Avengers". The Telegraph. Retrieved 12 May 2019. 
  20. Gant, Charles (21 May 2019). "UK box office report, May 17-19: John Wick storms the cinema, Pikachu stays strong". The Telegraph. Retrieved 24 May 2019. 
  21. Gant, Charles (29 May 2019). "UK Box Office report, May 24-26: Aladdin overtakes Rocketman on the inside lane". The Telegraph. Retrieved 29 May 2019. 
  22. Gant, Charles (4 June 2019). "UK box office report, May 31-June 2: Aladdin stomps all over Godzilla". The Telegraph. Retrieved 4 June 2019. 
  23. Gant, Charles (11 June 2019). "UK box office report, June 7-9: Dark Phoenix lands and flames out". The Telegraph. Retrieved 13 June 2019. 
  24. Gant, Charles (2 July 2019). "UK box office report, June 28-30: Buzz Lightyear rides the heatwave, Apollo 11 lands safely". The Telegraph. Retrieved 4 July 2019. 
  25. Gant, Charles (9 July 2019). "UK box office report, July 5-7: Spider-Man in full swing, but Midsommar falling short". The Telegraph. Retrieved 10 July 2019. 
  26. Gant, Charles (16 July 2019). "UK box office report, July 12-14: Spider-Man keeps bringing it home as Stuber vanishes from sight". The Telegraph. Retrieved 18 July 2019. 
  27. Gant, Charles (23 July 2019). "UK box office report, July 19-21: The Lion King is roaring – but not as loudly as you'd think". The Telegraph. Retrieved 24 July 2019. 
  28. Gant, Charles (30 July 2019). "UK box office report, July 26-28: Can Disney get any bigger?". The Telegraph. Retrieved 31 July 2019. 
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  30. Gant, Charles (13 August 2019). "UK box office report, August 9-11: Kevin Costner's new film is a dog, but BTS are bringing the soul". The Telegraph. Retrieved 15 August 2019. 
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  32. Gant, Charles (28 August 2019). "UK box office report, August 23-25: Gerard Butler Has Risen… though not quite to Tarantino's level". The Telegraph. Retrieved 29 August 2019. 
  33. Gant, Charles (3 September 2019). "UK box office report, August 30-September 1: Mrs Lowry and Son proves there's life outside Hollywood". The Telegraph. Retrieved 5 September 2019. 
  34. Gant, Charles (17 September 2019). "UK box office report, September 13-15: Are Downton Abbey and Fleabag the cinematic events of the year?". The Telegraph. Retrieved 19 September 2019. 
  35. Gant, Charles (24 September 2019). "UK box office report, September 20-22: Downton Abbey gently wipes the floor with Brad Pitt and Rambo". The Telegraph. Retrieved 24 September 2019. 
  36. Gant, Charles (1 October 2019). "UK box office report, September 27-29: Fleabag crushes The Goldfinch like a guinea pig". The Telegraph. Retrieved 2 October 2019. 
  37. Gant, Charles (8 October 2019). "UK box office report, October 4-6: Joker laughs all the way to the bank". The Telegraph. Retrieved 9 October 2019. 
  38. Gant, Charles (15 October 2019). "UK box office report, October 11-13: Joker marches on, Will Smith hits himself in the face". The Telegraph. Retrieved 16 October 2019. 
  39. Gant, Charles (22 October 2019). "UK box office report, October 18-20: Can Maleficent break the Angelina Jolie curse?". The Telegraph. Retrieved 23 October 2019. 
  40. Gant, Charles (29 October 2019). "UK box office report, October 25-27: Joker's reign of chaos continues, but Shaun the Sheep fights back". The Telegraph. Retrieved 30 October 2019. 
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