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Latest weekend box office
Weekend top 10 box office
|19-21 August 2016||Weekend box office (£)||Cumulative box office (£)|
|1||Finding Dory (Walt Disney)||2,868,459||32,358,650|
|2||Suicide Squad (Warner Bros)||2,549,043||27,668,748|
|3||David Brent: Life On The Road (EOne)||1,460,290||1,460,290|
|4||Jason Bourne (Universal)||1,263,975||19,718,874|
|5||The BFG (EOne)||1,236,002||25,767,760|
|6||Lights Out (Warner Bros)||1,126,543||1,126,543|
|7||Pete's Dragon (Walt Disney)||794,362||2,389,338|
|8||Swallows And Amazons (Studiocanal)||676,175||676,175|
|9||Nine Lives (Lionsgate UK)||636,804||636,804|
|10||Star Trek Beyond (Paramount)||400,350||14,988,337|
Some of the UK's best cinemas found themselves in competition today when the shortlist was announced for the 2016 Screen Awards.
The UK Cinema Association has today announced an agreement to become a core sponsor of the National Film and Television School (NFTS).