UK box offices are trembling under popularity of San Andreas

UK box offices are trembling under popularity of San Andreas

It seems like that this San Andreas movie shakes UK and Ireland box offices as a real earthquake. The disaster movie starring The Rock, Dwayne Johnson, appeared on the top of those box offices’ list in its opening weekend.

It seems like that this San Andreas movie shakes UK and Ireland box offices as a real earthquake. The disaster movie starring The Rock, Dwayne Johnson, appeared on the top of those box offices’ list in its opening weekend.

Despite gaining leadership in the US, the new movie fully packed with action debuted in UK, reaching the box offices’ top and taking £4.63m.

The ‘silver’ second place was taken by the comedy musical Pitch Perfect 2, while Mad Max: Fury Road got the ‘bronze’ starring Tom Hardy and charming Charlize Theron.

During the whole last week Tomorrowland – A World Beyond was keeping the leadership, but now it slipped from first to fourth position. This Disney’s adventure film starring George Clooney shows an optimistic vision of the utopian future and. Besides, this movie, inspired by the futuristic area at the Disney’s theme parks, took £1.04m.

The fifth position appeared to be taken by Avengers: Age of Ultron. This Marvel blockbuster took £883,000 after the six weeks of release.

In San Andreas we can see Dwayne Johnson as a pilot of a search-and-rescue helicopter, who is trying to save his own daughter during the dreadful 9-magnitude earthquake. He has to navigate the area from Los Angeles to San Francisco where horrifying damage was caused by that natural disaster.

At the seventh place is British romantic comedy Man Up, starring Simon Pegg and Lake Bell. In tenth place debuted Danny Collins, starring Al Pacino, where he as a veteran rocker receives 40 years out of date letter from John Lennon.

Top list of UK and Ireland box office:

1. San Andreas – £4.63m
2. Pitch Perfect 2 – £1.87m
3. Mad Max: Fury Road – £1.75m.
4. Tomorrowland – A World Beyond – £1.04m
5. Avengers: Age Of Ultron – £883,000
6. Poltergeist – £735,000
7. Man Up – £528,748
8. Home – £456,794
9. Two By Two – £264,548
10. Danny Collins – £225,308

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