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US Top Ten movies

Buoyed by two Golden Globe wins, 1917 exceeded expectations and nabbed the top spot this weekend.

Of the other new releases, female-friendly adult comedy Like a Boss did the best, landing at 4, just ahead of Oscar-hopeful-in-vain Just Mercy, which went on wide release.

Teen horrer thriller Underwater sank with 7 million, at number 7. Unlucky 7.

Weekend of 10 - 12 January 2020

  1. 1917 (new) (37 M$)
  2. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (4 weeks)
  3. Jumanji: The Next Level (5 weeks)
  4. Like a Boss (new)
  5. Just Mercy (new)
  6. Little Women (3 week)
  7. Underwater (new)
  8. Frozen II (8 weeks)
  9. Knives Out (7 weeks)
  10. Spies in Disguise (3 weeks)

UK Top Ten movies

There was only one new entry this weekend, the World War I epic 1917, which went straight to number 1.

Curiously, some titles like Little Women moved up the ladder, perhaps boosted by unwanted free publicity from the Social Justice Warriors.

Weekend of 10 - 12 January 2020

  1. 1917 (new) (7.446 M£)
  2. Little Women (3 weeks)
  3. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (4 weeks)
  4. The Gentlemen (2 weeks)
  5. Jumanji: The Next Level (5 weeks)
  6. Jojo Rabbit (2 weeks)
  7. Frozen II (8 weeks)
  8. Spies in Disguise (3 weeks)
  9. Cats (4 weeks)
  10. Knives Out (re-entry, 1 week)
Thanks to Comscore for UK data.

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