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Latest weekend box office
|Rank||17-19 January 2020||Weekend box office/ £||Cumulative box office/ £|
|2||Bad Boys For Life (Sony)||3,781,233||3,781,233|
|3||Little Women (Sony)||1,480,139||16,355,697|
|4||The Gentlemen (Entertainment)||1,092,084||7,895,247|
|5||Jumanji: The Next Level (Sony)||1,064,594||32,471,541|
|6||Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker (Walt Disney)||901,078||56,482,187|
|7||Bombshell (Lionsgate UK)||742,085||742,085|
|8||Jojo Rabbit (Walt Disney)||656,736||5,482,043|
|9||Just Mercy (Warner Bros)||529,435||529,435|
|10||Frozen 2 (Walt Disney)||514,468||51,908,104|
Latest figures confirm that 2019 was another exceptional year for the UK cinema sector, with admissions at their second highest level in 50 years and box office breaking the £1.25 billion barrier for the third year running.
UK Cinema Association adds its voice to calls for the retention of the Uniform Business Rate in Scotland
The UK Cinema Association has today added its voice to that of 26 other leading Scottish business groups and trade associations in calling on the Scottish Government to retain the Uniform Business Rate (UBR).