The total gross of Avatar: The Way of Water passes another milestone in the UK box office after 5 weeks of release while the top new movie is at number 2 with horror movie M3GAN.
The is a whole host of other new releases this weekend including Empire of Light new at 3, Varisu new at 7 with £648,230, TAR new at 8 with £394,649.
While just outside the top 10 there is Waltair Veerayya new at 12 with £123,174, Enys Men new at 14 with £103,250 and finally Veera Simha Reddy new at 15 with £95,423.
UK box office QuickView
- Number 1 - Avatar: The Way of Water (5th Weekend)
- Highest debut - M3GAN (@2)
- Longest run - Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (10 weeks)
- Highest total gross - Avatar: The Way of Water (£63,733,633)
- Total UK top 15 this weekend - £13,037,572
UK weekend box office top 5 breakdown 13th - 15th January 2023
Now on its 5th weekend of release the sequel movie takes £4.7 Million over the weekend, a very good 29% drop over last weekend.
The Avatar sequel continues to push its gross towards the £100 Million mark in the UK as it passes the £60 Million mark with a total gross of £63 Million.
The movie is the top grossing film of 2022 so far and is now the 21st top movie ever in the UK, it will enter the top 20 by next weekend and maybe even enter the top 15.
Highest new movie this weekend
The start of a new horror franchise as director Gerard Johnstone brings us the story of an AI doll that will do anything to protect her owner.
The movie makes its UK debut at number 2 with a gross of £2.3 Million which makes it the 5th top movie of 2022.
Also new at number 3 this weekend is the new movie from the critically acclaimed director Sam Mandes and starring the British National Treasure that is Oscar winner Olivia Coleman.
The movie has had a hard release schedule across the globe but makes an impressive debut here in the UK with £1.7 Million on its debut weekend.
Falling to number 4, from 2, this week is the Whitney Houston bio-pic which takes £1.1 Million on its 3rd weekend of release, a 21% drop over last week.
The movie has taken a fairly respectable total gross of £8.2 Million in the UK and its the second top movie if 2022 after 2 weeks of the year.
The former number 1 movie falls to number 5 this weekend with £857,293, a 27% drop over last week.
The movie has now taken a fantastic £25 Million at the UK box office as it starts its decent down the chart.