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Latest weekend box office
|Rank||10-12 August 2018||Weekend box office/ £||Cumulative box office/ £|
|1||The Meg (Warner Bros)||3,651,111||3,651,111|
|2||Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again! (Universal)||3,568,169||48,311,304|
|3||Incredibles 2 (Walt Disney)||2,354,530||45,007,302|
|4||Ant-Man And The Wasp (Walt Disney)||2,282,343||10,493,740|
|5||Mission: Impossible Fallout (Paramount)||2,042,327||17,455,734|
|6||Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation (Sony)||1,565,618||11,249,963|
|7||The Darkest Minds (20th Century Fox)||388,325||388,325|
|8||Teen Titans Go! To The Movies (Warner Bros)||246,390||1,013,117|
|9||Unfriended: Dark Web (Universal)||223,110||223,110|
|10||The First Purge (Universal)||117,451||5,776,741|
UK Cinema Association members and Walt Disney Studios have today announced plans to come together in support of the charity MediCinema through a programme of preview screenings of the studio's upcoming family film 'Christopher Robin'.
The UK Cinema Association, in partnership with the charity Action on Hearing Loss, has today launched a Technology Challenge Fund intended to stimulate new innovations in the delivery of subtitling for people with hearing loss.