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Latest weekend box office
|Rank||11-13 August 2017||Weekend box office/ £||Cumulative box office/ £|
|1||Dunkirk (Warner Bros)||2,634,839||44,794,468|
|2||Annabelle: Creation (Warner Bros)||1,960,203||1,960,203|
|3||Atomic Blonde (Universal)||1,686,430||1,686,430|
|4||The Emoji Movie (Sony)||1,189,438||6,115,971|
|5||Despicable Me 3 (Universal)||751,380||41,630,395|
|6||Girls Trip (Universal)||747,591||5,519,733|
|7||Spider-Man: Homecoming (Sony)||517,856||28,242,762|
|8||Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets (Lionsgate UK)||413,908||3,211,172|
|9||War For The Planet Of The Apes (20th Century Fox)||408,353||19,444,799|
|10||The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature (Warner Bris)||354,276||354,276|
The Office of National Statistics (ONS) has today singled out the UK film and cinema industry as a key driver of national economic growth in the three months to June.
The UK Cinema Association has today invited expressions of interest from potential partners who might deliver data and analytical services to its members.