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Latest weekend box office

Rank 24-26 June 2022 Weekend total/ £ Cumulative total/ £
1 Elvis (Warner Bros) 4,023,573 4,023,573
2 Jurassic World: Dominion (Universal) 3,416,089 27,117,895
3 Top Gun: Maverick (Paramount) 3,370,647 63,069,284
4 Lightyear (Walt Disney) 2,290,999 6,905,817
5 The Black Phone (Universal) 1,384,344 1,384,344
6 Jug Jugg Jeeyo (Moviegoers Entertainment) 163,648 163,648
7 Good Luck To You, Leo Grande (Lionsgate UK) 118,225 527,197
8 Everything Everywhere All At Once (A24 Films) 72,452 4,877,779
9 George Michael: Freedom Uncut (Trafalgar Releasing) 68,399 421,680
10 Sonic The Hedgehog 2 (Paramount) 64,942 26,687,587

Recent news

UK Cinema Association partners with digital identity provider Yoti to ease ‘proof of age’ challenges at cinemas

May 30th, 2022|0 Comments

From today, participating cinemas will accept the Yoti digital ID app, giving young people aged from 13 upwards a safer, more convenient way to prove their age using their smartphone – meaning that important ID documents such as passports can now be left at home. This modern solution will also reduce the challenges many cinemas face in checking ages, as required by the current film classification system.

UK cinemas show support for National Deaf Awareness Week

May 2nd, 2022|0 Comments

A wide range of UK cinema companies and venues – including leading circuits Cineworld, ODEON and Vue as well as many smaller operators - will show their support for National Deaf Awareness Week by increasing their offer of subtitled screenings for deaf or hearing-impaired customers.

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