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Latest weekend box office
|Rank||7 - 9 December 2018||Weekend box office/ £||Cumulative box office/ £|
|1||Ralph Breaks The Internet (Walt Disney)||2,446,583||7,404,787|
|2||The Grinch (Universal)||2,001,599||19,491,601|
|3||Creed 2 (Warner Bros)||1,717,275||5,990,120|
|4||Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald (Warner Bros)||1,468,736||29,271,816|
|5||Bohemian Rhapsody (20th Century Fox)||978,075||43,988,347|
|6||Nativity Rocks! (EOne)||331,701||1,905,067|
|7||The Old Man & The Gun (20th Century Fox)||317,831||317,831|
|8||Sorry To Bother You (Universal)||250,453||250,453|
|9||The Nutcracker - ROH, London 2018/19 (ROH)||191,828||1,082,847|
|10||Robin Hood (Lionsgate UK)||146,557||2,608,701|
The UK Cinema Association has welcomed an announcement this week from the Scottish Government that it will not be proceeding with previously-announced plans which would have seen 'out of town' retailers - including cinemas - potentially subject to a business rates surcharge.
The UK Cinema Association has this week added its voice to those of a wide range of retail and business interests in Scotland, calling on the Government there to scrap plans which could penalise 'out of town' retailers.