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‘Creed 3’ delivers a knockout punch at the UK box office

Warner Bros.’s Creed III debuted at the box office in the UK and Ireland taking in 5 million pounds ($5.9 million), according to figures from Comscore.

In its third weekend, Disney’s “Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania” moved to second place grossing £1.4 million for a total of £17.2 million.

“Universal Puss In Boots: The Last Wish” collected £1.1 million in its fifth weekend, finishing in third place with a total of £22.1 million. In fourth place was another worldwide title, “Cocaine Bear”, which earned £1.09 million in its second weekend for a total of £3.6 million.

One of the top five was Studiocanal’s “What’s Love Got to Do With It?” , which made its way to £845,838 in its second weekend for a total of £2.7 million.

Sony’s “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba – To The Swordsmith Village” debuted at number six with £567,638. Another weekend debut was Magnetes’ “Heaven in Hell”, which finished at number ten with £146,318. sterling.

MUBI debuted in eleventh place with £128,501. MUBI’s ‘Aftersun’ remains strong, with a weekend collection of £21,011, down just 2% ahead of Oscars week. She has a net worth of £1.7 million so far.

Eduardo Leal, Regional Group Director of Content for Vue International Cinemas, said: “Creed III had the biggest opening weekend for a sports film ever in the UK, delivering an impressive opening weekend at the box office with over £5 million, an increase of 132% since the franchise’s first film, “Creed. Cinemas continue to be an indispensable economic engine for studios, and we’re excited to see such an amazing response from our customers, who continue to return to the big screen for distinctive experiences outside the home.”

This coming weekend, three releases will open wide at more than 300 locations each – Paramount’s “Scream VI,” Sony’s “65” and Universal’s “Champions.” In what is set to be a packed release weekend, Altitude’s long-awaited “Winnie The Pooh: Blood And Honey” as well as Sovereign’s Toronto 2021 title “The Middle Man” will open.

Signature Entertainment presents a selection of films from the 2022 Toronto Festival – ‘My Sailors, My Love’ and ‘Coal’. Dogwoof opens the San Sebastián selection “Meet Me in the Bathroom,” while Peccadillo Pictures screens the Oscar-nominated Bhutanese film “Lunana: A Yak In The Classroom.”


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