Dreamworks' TROLLS WORLD TOUR Holds On To Number 1 Spot For A Second Week In BASE's Official Film Chart | The Fan Carpet

Dreamworks’ TROLLS WORLD TOUR Holds On To Number 1 Spot For A Second Week In BASE’s Official Film Chart


03 August 2020

Trolls World Tour holds on to Number 1 for a second week, as it continues to lead on digital downloads only. The film - with a cast full of musical icons including Justin Timberlake, Ozzy Osbourne, Mary J. Blige, Kelly Clarkson, Anderson Paak & J Balvin - leads a frozen Top 3 ahead of some resurgences from previous Official Film Chart favourites.

Frozen 2 (2) and Sonic the Hedgehog (3) also hold strong to their previous week’s positions, as 1917 leaps four spots to Number 4, and Dolittle rises 2 to Number 5. Joker starring Joaquin Phoenix hangs on at Number 6.

Three big moves up the chart now, as Jumanji: The Next Level flies nine places to Number 7, Knives Out rises seven to 8, and Bad Boys for Life is up five spots to Number 9.

Finally, Harley Quinn’s DC spin-off Birds of Prey tumbles five places to round off the countdown at Number 10.

 

 

Only one entry on this week’s Official Film Chart Top 10 has not topped the chart at some point – Comedy-drama Knives Out, which peaked at Number 3 back in April during Frozen 2’s reign.

Knives Out’s stellar cast includes Daniel Craig, Chris Evans and Jamie Lee Curtis; in the film, Detective Benoit Blanc (Craig) investigates the death of an elderly renowned crime novelist, as he deals with the writer’s dysfunctional family and devoted staff in order to uncover the truth.

 

 

This week’s Official Film Chart features a sneak peek at DC’s animated supervillain adventure, Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons, available to Download & Keep from August 4. Originally released episodically as a web series, the home entertainment release combines all episodes into a full-length feature. 

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60-SECOND TOP 10 RUNDOWN

 

 

The Official Film Chart Top 10 – 29th July 2020

LW

Pos

Title

Label

1

1

TROLLS WORLD TOUR

DREAMWORKS ANIMATION

2

2

FROZEN 2

WALT DISNEY

3

3

SONIC THE HEDGEHOG

PARAMOUNT

8

4

1917

ENTERTAINMENT ONE

7

5

DOLITTLE

UNIVERSAL PICTURES

6

6

JOKER

WARNER HOME VIDEO

16

7

JUMANJI: THE NEXT LEVEL

SONY PICTURES HE

15

8

KNIVES OUT

LIONSGATE

14

9

BAD BOYS FOR LIFE

SONY PICTURES HE

5

10

BIRDS OF PREY

WARNER HOME VIDEO

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