Trolls World Tour is Number 1 for a third consecutive week on the Official Film Chart following its release across DVD, Blu-ray & 4K UHD. With 76% of its sales this week on disc, the hit animation Trolls World Tour comfortably holds its spot at the top against big competitors Frozen 2 at 2, Sonic the Hedgehog (4) and 1917 (5). Our highest new Top 10 entry comes in the form of a cinematic classic, Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope. The 1977 sci-fi blockbuster starring Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford hasn’t previously featured in the Official Film Chart, but joins the Top 10 at Number 3 this week thanks to the release of a limited edition 4k SteelBook of the film. Joker holds on at Number 6 for a third week running, and adventure-comedy Jumanji: The Next Level takes a second week at Number 7. Dolittle drops three to Number 8 as Knives Out lands at Number 9. Will Smith and Martin Lawrence’s starring roles in Bad Boys For Life clinch another week in the chart, pushed back one place to Number 10. Finally, further notable Top 20 entries come from sci-fi horror Deep Blue Sea 3, brand new at Number 12; Bruce Willis and Chad Michael Murray’s latest action thriller Survive The Night, rising six places to 13; and a boxset of Trolls and Trolls World Tour at Number 15. This week’s Official Film Chart features a sneak peek of cult classic, Flash Gordon, which is receiving a special 40th Anniversary re-release. This special collector’s edition includes the original film remastered in 4K UHD plus a poster, art cards and comic strip. The soundtrack, famously written and performed by Queen, is also included within the bundle.
Trolls World Tour holds on to Number 1 for a second week, as it continues to lead on digital downloads only. The film - with a cast full of musical icons including Justin Timberlake, Ozzy Osbourne, Mary J. Blige, Kelly Clarkson, Anderson Paak & J Balvin - leads a frozen Top 3 ahead of some resurgences from previous Official Film Chart favourites. Frozen 2 (2) and Sonic the Hedgehog (3) also hold strong to their previous week’s positions, as 1917 leaps four spots to Number 4, and Dolittle rises 2 to Number 5. Joker starring Joaquin Phoenix hangs on at Number 6. Three big moves up the chart now, as Jumanji: The Next Level flies nine places to Number 7, Knives Out rises seven to 8, and Bad Boys for Life is up five spots to Number 9. Finally, Harley Quinn’s DC spin-off Birds of Prey tumbles five places to round off the countdown at Number 10. Only one entry on this week’s Official Film Chart Top 10 has not topped the chart at some point – Comedy-drama Knives Out, which peaked at Number 3 back in April during Frozen 2’s reign. Knives Out’s stellar cast includes Daniel Craig, Chris Evans and Jamie Lee Curtis; in the film, Detective Benoit Blanc (Craig) investigates the death of an elderly renowned crime novelist, as he deals with the writer’s dysfunctional family and devoted staff in order to uncover the truth. This week’s Official Film Chart features a sneak peek at DC’s animated supervillain adventure, Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons, available to Download & Keep from August 4. Originally released episodically as a web series, the home entertainment release combines all episodes into a full-length feature.
Military Wives flies to Number 1 on this week’s Official Film Chart following its release on DVD and Blu-ray. The heartwarming British comedy-drama starring Kristin Scott Thomas, Sharon Horgan and Jason Flemyng is up eight places on last week, joining its namesake as an Official Chart Number 1 – the original Military Wives Choir, led by Gareth Malone, earned the UK’s coveted Christmas Number 1 single with Wherever You Are in 2011, and a Number 1 album on Mother’s Day 2012 with In My Dreams. Military Wives tells the story of a group of women whose partners are away serving in Afghanistan, who form a choir and find themselves the centre of a media phenomenon; along the way their unique friendships helping to overcome their fears for their loved ones. Elsewhere on the chart, Sonic The Hedgehog zooms back up to Number 2 just ahead of family favourite Frozen 2, as Birds of Prey (4), Dolittle (5) and last week’s Number 1, thriller The Invisible Man (6) all drop. 1917 is also down a place, while Academy Award-winning Joker starring Joaquin Phoenix takes a leap up eight places to return to the Top 10 at Number 8 – its highest placing since April. Finally, Dark Waters drifts down two to Number 9, and Onward hangs on for a tenth consecutive week in the countdown at Number 10. If you’re looking for ways to stay entertained at home this Summer, FindAnyFilm.com’s guide to the best brand-new movie releases, remasters and TV shows is here to help. Check out the trailer for the summer’s biggest home entertainment hits here: https://youtu.be/3kJqdOnol5c. To plan your movie night, head over to FindAnyFilm.com. This week’s Official Film Chart features a sneak peek at Julia Garner in critically acclaimed drama The Assistant, available to buy on DVD from July 20.
Robert Downey Jr’s Dolittle returns to Number 1 on the Official Film Chart after a close battle with the latest big screen adaptation of the much-loved literary classic, Emma. The two films finish the week only 193 sales apart as they knock last week’s Number 1, Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn to Number 3. Dolittle debuted at Number 1 in June when it was toppled by Sonic the Hedgehog – it returns to its place atop the chart this week despite a valiant effort from Emma., which flies 26 places up the chart to Number 2 following its release on disc, its first time inside the Top 10. Emma stars Anya Taylor-Joy as the eponymous character in this 2020 adaptation of Jane Austen’s beloved comedy of manners. Well-meaning Emma Woodhouse adventures through romantic missteps as she meddles in her friends’ love lives, potentially jeopardising her own chances at romance. Dark Waters is this week’s highest new entry at Number 4 on digital downloads only. Starring Mark Ruffalo, Dark Waters details the real-life case against the chemical manufacturing corporation DuPont after they contaminated a town with unregulated chemicals. Previous chart topper 1917 drops to Number 5, and Sonic the Hedgehog is down one place to Number 6. The Invisible Man shoots up 11 places to Number 7, marking its Top 10 debut. When protagonist Cecelia Cass (Elisabeth Moss) learns her abusive ex took his own life, she suspects the death was a hoax – but how can she prove she’s being targeted by somebody no-one can see? Jumanji: The Next Level climbs two to Number 8, Onward drops two to Number 9 and Frozen 2 returns to the countdown, up five places to Number 10. This week’s online show features a preview of comedy-drama Military Wives, available to buy across DVD & Blu-ray from July 6th.
Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn makes a marvellous return to the Official Film Chart, as it claims the Number 1 spot for the first time following its release on disc formats. Originally peaking at Number 3 on its digital download release in April, the film stars Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn and chronicles the character’s adventures after splitting up with the Joker. Harley teams up with superheroes Black Canary (Jurnee Smollett-Bell), Huntress (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) and tough cop Renee Montoya (Rosie Perez) to save a young girl being targeted by nefarious crime lord Roman Sionis/The Black Mask (Ewan McGregor). Dolittle rebounds one place to Number 2, just ahead of 1917 at Number 3. The Personal History of David Copperfield enters the Top 10 for the first time, flying 24 places to Number 4. Set in the 1840s, this modernistic adaptation of Charles Dickens' semi-autobiographical classic was written & directed by Armando Ianucci and stars Dev Patel as the eponymous character. Last week’s Number 1 Sonic the Hedgehog drops to Number 5, edging ahead of Bad Boys for Life which hangs on to Number 6 for another week. Animated adventure Onward is down three to Number 7 as Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker returns to the Top 10 at Number 8. The Call of the Wild is back in the chart at Number 9 following its release on disc, and finally Jumanji: The Next Level holds on to spend its twelfth consecutive week in the Top 10, falling three to Number 10. This week’s online show features a preview of supernatural horror Fantasy Island, available to Download & Keep from June 29.
Gotta go fast! Sonic The Hedgehog speeds right to the top of the Official Film Chart following his arrival on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD as Sonic (voiced by Ben Schwartz) teams up with his new human friend Tom (James Marsden) to defend earth from the nefarious Dr. Robotnik (Jim Carrey). The film debuted at Number 3 back in April when it was released on digital download early due to the COVID-19 crisis – just over a month after its cinematic release. This week it rockets up 36 places after its release on physical formats. Another film which saw an early home release, Bloodshot re-enters the chart at Number 5. Bloodshot, which sees Vin Diesel star as the Valiant Comics character of the same name, was made available to Download & Keep in the final week of March, only two weeks after its debut in cinemas, and originally debuted at Number 4. Meanwhile, 1917 rebounds to Number 2, last week’s Number 1 Dolittle drops to Number 3, and Onward is down to 4. Previous Number 1 Bad Boys For Life is at 6, while Jumanji: The Next Level claims another big week on the chart at Number 7. Little Women slides to 8, Frozen 2 hangs in there at Number 9 and the star-studded movie adaptation of Cats tumbles four spots to Number 10. This week’s Official Film Chart features a sneak preview of Mark Ruffalo in legal thriller Dark Waters, which details the case against the chemical manufacturing corporation DuPont after they contaminated a town with unregulated chemicals. The title is available to Download and Keep from June 22.
This week’s brand-new Number 1 is Dolittle, debuting at the top of the Official Film Chart on digital downloads only. Starring Robert Downey Jr. as the eponymous character with the power to communicate with animals, the film flies straight to the top with a huge 45,000 sales. Onward returns to its peak of Number 2 thanks to its release across disc as 1917 drops to Number 3. At Number 4, the critically acclaimed Parasite – the first foreign language film to ever win Best Picture at the Oscars – makes its debut, also making it the first ever non-English language film to enter the Official Film Chart Top 10! The destitute Kim family orchestrate a plan to become servants for the wealthy Parks family by posing as qualified workers, while greed and class discrimination threaten the relationship that forms between the two families. Last week’s chart-topper Bad Boys For Life drops to Number 5, as Cats claws up a place to Number 6. Little Women drops to 7; Frozen 2 stays where it is at Number 8. Our third new entry is the Sci-fi horror, Underwater at Number 9. A massive earthquake devastates a drilling station in the bottom of an oceanic trench, and the crew must try to get to safety as they battle terrifying deep-sea creatures, darkness and lack of oxygen. Finally, rounding off this week’s countdown, Jumanji: The Next Level hangs on at Number 10. This week’s Official Film Chart features a preview of The Personal History of David Copperfield, starring Dev Patel alongside an all-star cast - Available to Download & Keep from June 13 and to buy on DVD & Blu-ray from June 15th.
Bad Boys For Life returns to the top of the Official Film Chart following its release on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD. Selling 62,000 copies, 62% of which are on disc, the Will Smith and Martin Lawrence-threequel knocks last week’s chart topper 1917 back to Number 2. Little Women reaches a new peak of Number 3 following its release on disc, as Onward drops one to Number 4. A brand new boxset featuring all three Bad Boys films (Bad Boys, Bad Boys II and Bad Boys For Life) makes its debut at Number 5. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker lands at Number 6, as Cats and Frozen 2 hold their positions at Numbers 7 and 8 respectively. A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood, the biopic of American TV’s Fred Rogers starring Tom Hanks, debuts at Number 9 this week. The film follows the timely story of beloved television personality Mister Rogers’s friendship with a sceptical journalist (Matthew Rhys), as his empathy and kindness teaches the writer to reconcile with his own past. Finally, Jumanji: The Next Level closes off the countdown at Number 10 in its ninth week. This week’s Official Film Chart features a preview of Daniel Kaluuya and Jodie Turner-Smith in the acclaimed Queen & Slim, available now to Download & Keep, and to buy on DVD & Blu-ray from June 8.
1917 returns to Number 1 on the Official Film Chart following its release on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD. The award-winning WW1 flick racked up 146,000 physical copies this week, knocking last week’s chart-topper Bad Boys For Life down to Number 2. Onward hangs on at 3 as Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker climbs two places to Number 4. Little Women drops one place to Number 5. Two big debuts are up next. The Call of the Wild lands as this week’s highest new entry at Number 6. Harrison Ford stars as John Thornton in this remake about a dog named Buck whose life is uprooted when he is removed from his home and ends up in the wilds of the Alaskan Yukon during the 1890s Gold Rush. Our second Top 10 new entry comes from the star-studded big-screen adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s classic musical, Cats, in at 7. Taylor Swift, James Corden, Jason Derulo and Dame Judi Dench all star as tribe of cats, the Jellicles, must decide which one of them ascends for the yearly reincarnation. Finally, Frozen 2 (8), Jumanji: The Next Level (9) and Jojo Rabbit (10) hang on in the Top 10 for another week. This week’s Official Film Chart features a preview of Robert Downey, Jr. and Antonio Banderas in the new adaptation of Dolittle, available to Download & Keep from June 1.
Bad Boys For Life debuts at Number 1 on the Official Film Chart, seeing off competition from Onward, Little Women and last week’s chart topper 1917. Will Smith and Martin Lawrence are reunited in their roles as detectives Mike Lowry and Marcus Burnett for the first time since 2003, in the third installation of the Bad Boys series; the pair must face off with a familial team of drug lords taking revenge on the city of Miami. The film knocks last week’s Number 1, WW1 epic 1917 to Number 2, more than doubling its sales. Pixar adventure Onward slips to Number 3, just ahead of a brand-new entry from Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of Little Women at Number 4 on digital downloads only. Starring Emma Watson, Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh and Eliza Scanlen, the latest film version of the classic novel by Louisa May Alcott was nominated for six academy awards this year, winning one for Best Costume Design. A third new entry comes in at Number 8: based on true accounts, Bombshell stars Nicole Kidman, Charlize Theron and Margot Robbie as a group of women who set out to expose the CEO of Fox News for sexual harassment. More titles firmly holding on to a Top 10 placing this week are Taika Waititi’s Jojo Rabbit (5), Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (6) and Frozen 2 (7). Finally, Jumanji: The Next Level drops to Number 9 and The Gentlemen closes off the countdown at 10. This week’s Official Film Chart features a sneak peek at Tom Hanks in the Fred Rogers biopic A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood, available to Download & Keep from May 25.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker keeps its place at Number 1 on the Official Film Chart with the biggest physical debut of 2020 so far. With 235,500 sales on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD this week the final episode of the saga surpasses the previous 2020 record - set by Downton Abbey in February - by 5,000 physical copies. Jumanji: The Next Level (2) holds on to last week’s position, as Frozen 2 (5), Sonic The Hedgehog (6), Blue Story (8), Knives Out (9) and Trolls (10) slip from their previous places. Three brand new entries on this week’s Top 10, with the honour of highest new entry going to Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn at Number 3. Birds of Prey chronicles Harley Quinn’s (Margot Robbie) adventures after splitting up with the Joker. Harley teams up with superheroes Black Canary (Jurnee Smollett-Bell), Huntress (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) and Renee Montoya (Rosie Perez) to save a young girl being targeted by nefarious crime lord Roman Sionis (Ewan McGregor). The next new entry is Spies in Disguise (4), when the world’s best spy Lance Sterling (Will Smith) is accidentally turned into a pigeon by his genius – though socially awkward – tech officer, they must work to change Sterling back and save the world. The third new entry on this week’s Top 10 is the epic boxset, Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga (7). It features all nine of the films in the ‘Skywalker Saga’ plus 26 hours of bonus features. Hopefully enough Star Wars content for you to watch ahead of the Official Star Wars Day on May 4th. This week we feature a behind the scenes look at the award winning World War One drama 1917, available to Download & Keep from May 4. If you’re planning a home movie night this week, make sure to check out FindAnyFilm.com for a comprehensive choice of classics, family-friendly watches and brand new favourites.
The latest Jumanji film levels up to knock Frozen 2 from the Number 1 spot on the Official Film Chart. Jumanji: The Next Level overtakes on digital downloads this week, notching up 97,000 sales in its second week. The previous reigning champion Frozen 2 drops to Number 2. This week’s highest new entry is Sonic The Hedgehog, which speeds into Number 3 on digital downloads only. Starring Ben Schwartz as the eponymous hero alongside James Marsden and Jim Carrey, Sonic teams up with his new friend Tom (Marsden) to defend earth from the nefarious Dr. Robotnik (Carrey) in this family-friendly hit based upon the iconic Sega video game franchise. The film’s home release was brought forward – having only been released in cinemas just over a month ago - following international lockdown in the wake of COVID-19. Another film new to this week’s Top 10 following the same decision is legal drama Just Mercy (9) starring Jamie Foxx & Michael B. Jordan. At 4 it’s murder mystery Knives Out, while Trolls leaps to Number 5 following the release of Trolls World Tour on streaming services, Bloodshot drops to 6 and Le Mans ’66 lands at Number 7 this week. Marvel’s Spider-Man: Far From Home rebounds four places to Number 8, and Charlie’s Angels climbs one place to Number 10. This week we feature a clip of Tom Holland talking about the many gadgets featured in the animated adventure Spies in Disguise, available to Download & Keep From April 20. If you’re planning a home movie night this week, make sure to check out FindAnyFilm.com for a comprehensive choice of classics, family-friendly watches and brand new favourites.
Frozen 2 claims a second huge week at Number 1, and lands itself a place on the all-time league table, as families continue to enjoy films from the comfort of their homes. Meanwhile, racing drama Le Mans ’66 hold on to Number 2, while murder mystery Knives Out reaches a new peak at Number 3. The week’s two biggest new entries are next, with Vin Diesel sci-fi adventure Bloodshot (4) and the star-studded 2019 Charlie’s Angels reboot (5) both claiming a Top 5 debut. Joker climbs two to Number 6, and Midway drops two places to 7; Terminator: Dark Fate is at Number 8, just ahead of Downton Abbey which tumbles four to Number 9. Finally, 21 Bridges climbs 5 to make its Top 10 debut at Number 10. Chadwick Boseman stars as an NYPD detective who uncovers a massive conspiracy, thrusting him into a city-wide manhunt for a pair of cop killers. This week’s Official Film Chart features a preview of the family adventure Jumanji: The Next Level, available to Download & Keep from April 4. Hang in there during lockdown and enjoy a movie night in with flatmates, family or online with friends. FindAnyFilm.com makes it easier than ever to find your favourite films, with a huge selection spanning everything from all-time classics to newly discovered gems to family favourites.
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War epic Midway storms to Number 1 on the Official Film Chart, sinking the competition following its release on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD. The film, telling the true-life stories from the points of view of the leaders and sailors who fought the Battle of Midway, knocks last week’s chart-topper Terminator: Dark Fate to Number 3. The highest new entry on this week’s chart is Le Mans ‘66 – alternatively named Ford V Ferrari – starring Matt Damon and Christian Bale. Based upon a true story, American car designer Carroll Shelby enlists driver Ken Miles to build and race a revolutionary race car for Ford to attempt to defeat Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1966. Following its release on disc, Doctor Sleep jumps five places to Number 4 – a new peak and the film’s first stint in the Top 5. Joker’s down to Number 5, Downton Abbey hangs on to Number 6 and Maleficent slips to 7. Our second brand new entry is festive rom-com Last Christmas starring Emilia Clarke, Henry Golding and Emma Thompson, featuring music from George Michael and Wham!. Finally, two massive Film Chart hits from Disney both leap ten spots to return to the Top 10: Toy Story (9) and The Lion King (10). This week’s online show features a clip of Charlie’s Angels, with a star-studded cast that includes Kristen Stewart, Elizabeth Banks and Patrick Stewart. It’s available to Download & Keep from March 23 across your digital store of choice. With FindAnyFilm.com, it’s easier than ever to enjoy your favourite films to keep you connected. Organise a movie night with your friends via video chat, or tweet along together while you watch your favourite film. With more home movie-watching firmly on the horizon, FindAnyFilm is a one-stop resource to find a huge selection of movies, from all time classics, to new discovered gems or your family favourites.
Terminator: Dark Fate shoots to Number 1 following its release on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD. The sixth instalment of the franchise (and direct sequel to Terminator 2, bringing back series leads Linda Hamilton & Arnold Schwarzenegger) knocks last week’s chart-topper Joker to Number 3. The week’s highest new entry is Midway (2). Based on the events of the Battle of Midway, a clash between the Americans and Imperial Japanese Navy during World War 2, the film tells the story of the real leaders and soldiers caught in the conflict. The Addams Family (2019) joins the Top 10 for the first time this week; the animated interpretation of the creepy, kooky family climbs nine places to Number 4 on this week’s chart. The family moves to a bland suburb where Wednesday Addams (Chloë Grace Moritz) befriends the daughter of a hostile, conformist local woman set on removing the family from the community. Meanwhile, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (5) drops three from last week, and the film adaptation of Downton Abbey is down one to Number 6. Zombieland: Double Tap lands at Number 7, Will Smith’s Gemini Man is at 8, and terrifying The Shining sequel Doctor Sleep slips to Number 9. Finally, magical DreamWorks flick Abominable holds on to Number 10 for a second week. This week’s online show features a clip of hotly anticipated sequel Frozen 2, available to Download & Keep from March 16.
Joker returns to the top of the Official Film Chart, knocking last week’s Number 1 Maleficent: Mistress of Evil to Number 2 by just 900 sales. It’s Joker’s third total week at Number 1. Zombieland: Double Tap jumps four places to Number 3 following its release on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD; Terminator: Dark Fate lands at Number 4 and is the week’s biggest digital download; Downton Abbey holds its place at 5. Doctor Sleep, the long-awaited sequel to 1980 Stephen King adaptation The Shining, is this week’s highest new entry, at Number 6 on digital downloads only. Set several decades after the original, a grown-up Daniel Torrance works to protect a young girl - with similar powers to his own - from a cult known for preying on children with supernatural powers. Further down, Gemini Man drops three to 7, A Shaun The Sheep Movie: Armageddon grazes at Number 8, Judy returns to the Top 10 at 9, and DreamWorks’ magical adventure Abominable closes off the chart at Number 10. This week’s Official Film Chart online show features a sneak peek at Last Christmas starring Emilia Clarke and based on the music of George Michael and Wham!, Available to Download & Keep from March 8.
Joker takes its place at the top of the pile as it leads the Official Film Chart on digital downloads only. Following a huge debut last week, Joker seizes the title from Downton Abbey (2) by just 3,050 sales. This Sunday (9th February) the film landed two Oscars; Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures (Original Score) and Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role. Meanwhile, fellow Academy Award-winning Judy Garland biopic Judy jumps five places to Number 3 following its release on DVD and Blu-ray, and fresh off the back of Renée Zellweger’s win for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role. This week’s highest new entry is Gemini Man (4) starring Will Smith. In the film, Henry Brogan (Smith) is a 51-year-old assassin who’s ready to retire – but his plans are turned upside down when he finds himself the target of a younger, faster clone of himself. Another brand-new entry, magical animated adventure film Abominable, debuts at Number 5. Lining the rest of the Official Film Chart Top 10 this week is Ad Astra (6) down three places, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood (7), previous Number 1 Rambo: Last Blood (8), Elton John biopic Rocketman (9) and finally, It: Chapter Two at 10. This week’s Official Film Chart features a thrilling preview of Terminator: Dark Fate, available to Download & Keep from February 16th.
Sylvester Stallone remains at the top of the pack as Rambo: Last Blood holds on to Number 1 for a second week. The thrilling finale to the series defends its Number 1 position against a Top 10 full of high climbers and previous chart-toppers. Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood hops back up three places to Number 2, while Downton Abbey The Movie hangs on at Number 3, with the largest download count of the week. It: Chapter 2 drops to Number 4. Big movers this week come from Spider-Man: Far From Home, up eight to Number 5, and Rocketman which is up five spots to 6. Hustlers holds on to lucky Number 7 following its release on DVD and Blu-ray. Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw zooms back up two places to Number 8, while Yesterday leaps ten places back into the countdown at Number 9. Finally, The Secret Life Of Pets 2 (10) returns to the Top 10 for the first time since November. On this week’s Official Film Chart online show, there’s a preview of magical animal adventure Abominable, available to Download & Keep from February 3rd. The film follows a teenage girl named Yi, who encounters a young Yeti on the roof of her apartment building in Shanghai, names him Everest and embarks on an epic quest to reunite the magical creature with his family.
Rambo: Last Blood smashes into Number 1 on this week’s Official Film Chart, with the biggest debut of 2020 so far. Sylvester Stallone returns for one final hurrah as legendary action hero John Rambo, almost forty years after he first appeared on cinema screens. Rambo is back to save his adopted daughter in a final mission to conclude this epic film series. Thanks to its release on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD, IT: Chapter Two jumps back up the chart to Number 2, just ahead of new release Downton Abbey: The Movie (3). Set around 18 months after the TV series ended, the Crawleys and their staff prepare for a royal visit from the King and Queen of England. The future of Downton is left hanging in the balance as scandal, romance and intrigue are unleashed amid the preparations. Brad Pitt’s astro-adventure Ad Astra (4) soars in the Top 5 for a second week, while Once Upon A Time In Hollywood drops to Number 5. Angel Has Fallen drops to Number 6, while last week’s chart-topper starring Jennifer Lopez, Hustlers, slides down six places to Number 7. A Boxset of It and It: Chapter Two lands at Number 8. The Lion King holds in the Top 10 for another week at Number 9, and Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw crosses the finish line at 10. This week’s Official Film Chart features a sneak peek at the award-winning comic book retelling, Joker, available to Download & Keep from January 27.
Jennifer Lopez returns to the top of the Official Charts - this time reigning supreme over the Official Film Chart as her 2019 film Hustlers claims Number 1 on digital downloads only. Also starring Constance Wu, Lili Reinhart, Kiki Palmer, Lizzo and Cardi B, Hustlers tells the story – based on a viral New York Times article – of a group of former strip club employees who band together to turn the tables on their former Wall Street clients. Former Number 1 on the Official Film Chart Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood rises to Number 2 amid its Golden Globes successes and Oscar nominations. Angel Has Fallen drops to Number 3, while last week’s chart-topper It: Chapter Two slides to Number 4. A second new entry this week comes from Ad Astra (5) starring Brad Pitt as an astronaut who undertakes a mission across the solar system, in an attempt to uncover the truth about his missing father and a doomed expedition that 30 years later now threatens the universe. There’s a third Top 10 debut from British crime drama Rise Of The Footsoldier 4: Marbella, bringing guns, geezers and gore to the Costa Del Sol at Number 6. The Lion King drops two to 7, while Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw lands at Number 8 this week. Elton John biopic Rocketman (9) holds onto the Top 10 for another week, and finally Spider-Man: Far From Home (10) rounds off the week’s Top 10. Rounding off this week’s show is a sneak peek at The Goldfinch, which comes to digital download from Monday January 20. Make sure to catch this stunning literary adaptation starring Ansel Elgort & Nicole Kidman from then.
It’s an eerie start to the decade on the Official Film Chart, as IT: Chapter Two lands a Number 1 debut on the first chart of 2020. The spooky sequel to the 2017 Stephen King adaptation, starring Bill Skarsgard as the eponymous – and murderous – clown, floats straight to the top of the chart on digital downloads alone. US action-thriller Angel Has Fallen lifts three places on its previous position to Number 2, as 2017’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi enters the Top 10 for the first time at Number 3, thanks to its sequel The Rise Of Skywalker entering cinemas over the festive period. The final Film Chart Number 1 of 2019, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood drops three to Number 4, just ahead of The Lion King at 5. Rocketman continues its stint in the Top 10 at Number 6, fresh from Taron Egerton’s Golden Globes win for his portrayal of Elton John in the flick. Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw takes Number 7 on this week’s chart, Spider-Man: Far From Home is at 8 and Disney’s live-action Aladdin drops to Number 9. Finally, Toy Story 4 enjoys its tenth week in the chart, rounding off the top tier at Number 10. This week’s Official Film Chart features a sneak peek at sci-fi odyssey Ad Astra starring Brad Pitt, which is available to Download & Keep from January 11.
Quentin Tarantino’s spectacular flick Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood takes over Number 1 on the Official Film Chart, toppling last week’s chart topper Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw, which slides to Number 3. The Golden Globe-nominated comedy starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie depicts an aging movie star (DiCaprio) and his stunt double (Pitt) as they strive to hold on to their fame and success in the film industry during the final years of Hollywood’s ‘Golden Age’. Disney’s The Lion King clings to Number 2, while Toy Story 4 drops one to Number 4. This week’s highest new entry at Number 5 goes to US action thriller film Angel Has Fallen, which makes its entrance as the week’s biggest-selling digital download. The third instalment in the Fallen series stars Gerard Butler once more as a US secret services agent, who in this chapter must clear his name when he’s framed for an attempted assassination of the President. Meanwhile, Aladdin climbs one to 6, just ahead of Spider-Man: Far From Home at Number 7. Christmas favourite Elf holds in the Top 10 during the festive season at Number 8, and Elton John biopic Rocketman drops to Number 9. Finally, Dora and the Lost City of Gold enters the chart for the first time at Number 10. This week’s Official Film Chart features a clip from horror film Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark, which is available to download and keep from December 23.
Disney’s The Lion King digs its claws in to retain its position at Number 1 on the Official Film Chart for a second week. Following its full physical release last week, the photorealistic remake of the animated ‘90s Disney classic, starring Donald Glover and Beyoncé, roared its way to the top spot where it remains way out in front as the UK’s biggest DVD and Blu-ray for the second week running. Woody, Buzz Lightyear and gang rebound two places as Toy Story 4 lands at Number 2, while former Number 1 Spider-Man: Far From Home swings down one spot to 3. Action movie franchise spin-off Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw (4) also scores the biggest download of the week for a second time. Elsewhere, Taron Egerton’s depiction of Elton John in Rocketman climbs two spots back into the Top 5 this week (5), while Disney’s Aladdin and Danny Boyle’s Yesterday stumble to 6 and 8 respectively. With three weeks to go until Christmas, it’s The Grinch who leads the seasonal titles, advancing another four places all the way into the Top 10 this week to Number 7, plus Disney’s Frozen and Elf perch just outside the Top 10 at Numbers 12 and 13. Avengers: Endgame holds firm at 9. And finally, Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans delivers the biggest climb of the week. Based on the best-selling book series and CBBC TV show, the movie tells the story of Atti, a quick-witted Roman teenager who manages to upset Emperor Nero with one of his schemes. His punishment? Atti is sent to work in a cold and wet Britain where he meets the Celts. Horrible Histories tunnels 21 places north to break this week’s Top 10 (10). On this week’s Official Film Chart online show take a look at the behind the scenes clip from Dora & The Lost City of Gold, available to Download & Keep from December 7.
Disney’s The Lion King takes pride of place at Number 1 on this week’s Official Film Chart. Following its full physical release, the CGI remake of the animated ‘90s Disney classic starring Donald Glover and Beyoncé, roars its way to the top spot brandishing the title of the UK’s biggest DVD and Blu-ray of the week. Swatted down one place is last week’s chart hero Spider-Man: Far From Home, while screeching in at Number 3, the highest new entry and biggest download of the week, it’s the digital release of Fast & Furious – Hobbs & Shaw, the first spin-off film from the action movie franchise. Toy Story 4 retreats one place to Number 4 ahead of a non-mover for Aladdin at 5. Danny Boyle’s Yesterday (6) and Taron Egerton’s depiction of Elton John in Rocketman (7) each slip this week, while the original Frozen glides all the way back into the Top 10 boosted by the release of Frozen 2 in cinemas. Avengers Endgame is down two places to 9 this week, just ahead of supernatural horror sequel Annabelle Comes Home. And finally, the festive season looks to be arriving already as The Grinch and Elf pull up their sledge just outside the Top 10 at Number 11 and 16. On this week’s Official Film Chart online show take a look at a sneak peek from animated adventure, Playmobil: The Movie, available to download & keep from December 2nd.