UK Box Office: 23 – 25 November – It’s All About eOne

It’s bye bye Neeson and hello Christmas as Taken 2 finally drops out of the top ten and improv sequel Nativity 2: Danger In The Manger gives eOne another top three entry alongside the currently immovable Breaking Dawn – Part 2.

Oscar hopeful Silver Linings Playbook embarrasses Firth and Diaz, while David Ayer’s cop flick makes a humble entry sandwiched between Bens Stiller and Affleck.

Elsewhere, Skyfall is still standing strong on home turf, with Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted apparently never wanting to disappear, and Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master finally passing the £1 million mark.

Check out the top ten below:

#               Film                   Weekend Gross                Total Gross To Date

1.   Breaking Dawn – Part 2            £5,344,508                                      £26,979,458

2.                 Skyfall                               £3,809,893                                     £89,620,677

3.               Nativity 2                           £1,614,675                                        £1,614,675

4.  Silver Linings Playbook           £1,260,979                                       £1,260,979

5.                 Gambit                              £689,042                                          £689,042

6.           Madagascar 3                       £637,130                                        £21,405,074

7.          End Of Watch                       £618,546                                            £618,546

8.                  Argo                                 £495,689                                         £3,869,361

9.           The Master                          £201,844                                         £1,002,270

10.   Jab Tak Hai Jaan                     £198,671                                          £1,302,581

Source: UK Film Council

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