‘Ghostbusters’ Bests ‘Dune 2’ at U.Ok., Eire Field Workplace


Sony’s “Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire” debuted atop the U.Ok. and Eire field workplace with £4 million ($5.1 million), based on numbers from Comscore.

Within the course of, the band of ectoplasm hunters ended the three-week reign of Warner Bros.’ “Dune: Half II” in pole place. The Timothée Chalamet-starring movie collected £2.6 million in its fourth weekend in second place for a complete of £30.7 million.

Black Bear’s “Immaculate,” starring Sydney Sweeney, scared up £522,583 in a 3rd place debut. In fourth place, in its fifth weekend, Studiocanal’s “Depraved Little Letters” earned £373,505 and now has a complete of £8.1 million.

Rounding off the highest 5 was Common’s “Migration” that collected £370,464 in its eighth weekend for a complete of £19.5 million.

There have been two extra debuts within the prime 10 – Vertigo’s “Late Night time With The Satan” in seventh place with £220,436 and Trafalgar’s “Romeo Et Juliette – Met Opera 2023/24” in tenth with £81,880.

With the Easter holidays imminent, the week is full of new releases. Wednesday, March 27 sees the discharge of Trafalgar Releasing’s music documentary “Hate To Love: Nickelback” and drama-thriller “Mom’s Intuition,” starring Jessica Chastain and Anne Hathaway, which Studiocanal is giving a large launch to. Additionally getting a large launch is Common’s “Kung Fu Panda 4,” starring Jack Black, Awkwafina, Viola Davis, Dustin Hoffman, James Hong, Bryan Cranston, Ian McShane and Ke Huy Quan, which releases on the Thursday and Warner Bros.’ “Godzilla X Kong: The New Empire” that bows on the Friday.

There’s loads of pageant fare on provide as nicely. Metfilm Distribution is opening Singapore auteur Anthony Chen’s Sundance title “Drift,” Conic Giacomo Abbruzzese’s Berlinale winner “Disco Boy,” Utopia Sean Value Williams’ Deauville winner “The Candy East” and ICA Berlin title “Cidade Rabat.”

Fashionable Movies is releasing “Opus,” that includes late maestro Ryuichi Sakamoto, Blue Finch Movie Releasing Venice title “The Origin of Evil,” BFI Distribution Berlin winner “Silver Haze,” Trinity “We 12,” that includes Hong Kong Cantopop boy band Mirror and Mirace/Dazzler animation “Little Eggs: A Frozen Rescue.”

Aficionados of basic cinema will thrill to Studiocanal’s 4K restoration of “The Lavender Hill Mob” and Park Circus’ sixtieth anniversary re-release of “Mary Poppins.”


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