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Latest weekend box office
|Rank||10-12 November 2017||Weekend box office/ £||Cumulative box office/ £|
|1||Paddington 2 (Studiocanal)||£8,260,160||£8,260,160|
|2||Murder On The Orient Express (20th Century Fox||£4,376,429||£12,989,387|
|3||Thor: Ragnarok (Walt Disney)||£3,073,349||£25,879,938|
|4||A Bad Moms Christmas (Entertainment)||£1,272,396||£4,186,649|
|5||Jigsaw (Lionsgate UK)||£414,932||£4,541,777|
|6||The Death Of Stalin (eOne)||£296,693||£4,282,860|
|7||Only The Brave (Lionsgate UK)||£268,680||£268,680|
|8||The Florida Project (Altitude)||£241,490||£241,490|
|9||Blade Runner 2049 (Sony)||£213,054||£18,640,036|
|10||The LEGO Ninjago Movie (Warner Bros)||£193,466||£9,306,771|
The UK Cinema Association has today announced plans to partner with Showtime Analytics in a ground-breaking project intended to open up approaches around data analysis to its wider membership.
The UK Cinema Association today joined forces with partners at the Alzheimer's Society and the BFI Film Audience Network to launch a new guide encouraging cinemas to consider putting on dementia friendly screenings.