This week on The Official Chart, The Meg 2 swims in, and Sisu makes his debut, but nothing can beat Indiana Jones at the top!
Welcome To The Official Film Chart.
THE OFFICIAL FILM CHART
This week sees two new titles enter the chart alongside an old favourite. With these three muscling in, it is time to bid farewell to The Flash, John Wick Chapter 4, and The Little Mermaid. But what can these three newcomers be? And where have they entered the placings? Time for an adventure to find out.
INDIANA JONES HOLDS FIRM!
For the second week in a row, the fifth and final movie in the franchise, Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny holds firm at the top of the chart. Harrison Ford’s swansong as the legendary character remains at the top on digital downloads alone. (Read our review here.)
FAST X ACCELERATES UP THE CHART!
Fast X has accelerated up the chart again, rising 4 places to Number 2. (Read our review here.)
THE MEG RETURNS FOR A SECOND BITE!
The highest new entry this week comes in the shape of Meg 2: The Trench. The second movie based on Steve Alten’s novels swims into the chart based on PVOD sales. Jason Statham returns for a second bout of underwater mayhem at Number 3. (Read our review here.)
THE ELEMENTS DROP!
Dropping 2 places to Number 4 is the Disney/ Pixar movie Elemental.
THE BEASTS FALL!
Dropping a place to Number 5 is Transformers: Rise Of The Beasts. (Read our review here.)
NOW THERE’S SOME HARD FEELINGS!
Sliding 3 places to Number 6 is the Jennifer Lawrence comedy No Hard Feelings.
SPIDER-MAN GETS WASHED OUT!
Spider-Man-Across The Spider-Verse gets washed out as it falls 2 places to Number 7. (Read our review here.)
MARIO LOSES ANOTHER LIFE!
The Super Mario Bros. Movie loses another life as it falls a place to Number 8.
SISU FIGHTS HIS WAY INTO THE CHART!
A new entry at Number 9 with Sisu. Set in Finnish Lapland during World War II, the film follows a former legendary Finnish commando and gold prospector who attempts to secure his gold and defend himself from a German death squad led by a brutal SS officer.
THE EQUALIZER RETURNS!
Finally, Denzel Washington makes his way into the top ten with The Equalizer 2, which enters at Number 10. The film hits the placings after the release of The Equalizer 3 in cinemas.
UNTIL NEXT WEEK!
And that is the top ten titles in the UK chart this week. Indiana Jones faces a threat to his place at the top next week as Barbie has been released on PVOD this past Tuesday. (Read our review here.) Who will triumph in the battle for the top spot? All will be revealed next Wednesday so until then…
Whatever you decide, whatever you buy, stay safe, be kind, look after each other, and happy viewing!
Carl Roberts is the News Editor for The Future of the Force. Aside from being our horror genre aficionado, he is also passionate about Star Wars, Marvel, DC, and the Indiana Jones movies. Follow him on Twitter where he uses the force frequently!