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Latest weekend box office
|Rank||8-10 December 2017||Weekend box office/ £||Cumulative box office/ £|
|1||Paddington 2 (Studiocanal)||1,690,027||29,332,318|
|2||Daddy's Home 2 (Paramount)||1,135,646||9,742,929|
|3||Wonder (Lionsgate UK)||742,687||2,586,699|
|4||Justice League (Warner Bros)||552,228||16,683,722|
|5||Murder On The Orient Express (20th Century Fox)||412,400||23,011,404|
|6||The Disaster Artist (Warner Bros)||331,685||677,471|
|7||Thor: Ragnarok (Walt Disney)||242,176||30,678,863|
|8||A Bad Moms Christmas (Entertainment)||168,037||7,847,589|
|9||The Nutcracker (Royal Opera House)||137,862||1,086,577|
|10||Stronger (Lionsgate UK)||102,379||102,379|
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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.