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​Fantastic Beasts 2 continued to charm UK cinemagoers, after staying top of the UK Box Office chart.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald apparated at the top of the US Chart in its opening week.

​J K Rowling’s latest venture, a sequel to Fantastic Beasts, charmed its way to the top of the UK Box Office.

The Grinch, the latest from the people behind Minions, stole the top spot at the US Box Office this weekend.

Animated adventure The Grinch, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, topped the bill at the UK Box Office.

​Bohemian Rhapsody’s rivals bit the dust, as the Queen biopic ascended the US Box Office Throne on its debut.

​Queen were the Champions once more, as the Queen biopic held on to the top spot in the UK.

​Second week in, and the chilling Michael Myers slaughtered the opposition over the Halloween period.

Queen really were the Champions with UK cinemagoers, as Bohemian Rhapsody debuted in the top spot.

Forty years on, but Halloween had lost none of its thrill, as it topped the US chart in its opening week.

Bradley Cooper’s directorial A Star Is Born continued to go from strength to strength on top of the UK chart.

Tom Hardy’s take on comic book character Venom continued to do brisk business, remaining top of the US chart.

Musical extravaganza A Star Is Born hit the right note with UK audiences, shooting to the top of the chart.

The latest comic adventure, based on Spider-Man enemy Venom, topped the bill this week at the US Box Office.

Comic book character Venom showed it teeth in the UK this weekend, after topping the UK Box Office with £8m.

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