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IF Takes First Place At UK Box Office

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IF UK Box Office

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John Krasinski's IF jumped to the top of the UK in its third week, adding £1.6 million to its current total.

Screen Daily reports that the family film was only 4% down on its takings from last week. IF‘s total UK gross now stands at £9.6 million.

Sony's The Garfield Movie has moved up to second, adding £1.3 million to its total. In its second week, the animated adventure comedy has now earned £6.3 million.

In third place, Disney's Kingdom Of The Planet Of The Apes made £1.1 million in its fourth week. The 31% drop from last week brings its total to £13.3 million.

Last week's frontrunner Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga has dropped to fourth place in its second week. It made £963,053, bringing its total to £4.5 million.

Universal's The Fall Guy made £523,218, a 31% decrease in its fifth week. Starring Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt, the film has made £11 million at the UK box office.

Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban (2004) was re-released for its 20th anniversary. The third film in the Harry Potter franchise made £393,788 across 524 locations for Warner Bros.

StudioCanal's Sting made £208,643 following its debut weekend. The Australian horror follows a 12-year-old girl who feels neglected by her family and so begins to raise an alien spider.

In its third week, The Strangers: Chapter 1 made £161,235. The Lionsgate feature has now made £1.6 million at the UK box office.

Challengers' £119,967 in its sixth week has brought its total UK gross to £6.2 million.

Young Woman And The Sea starring Daisy Ridley debuted with £64,000. Disney's biopic dramatises the story of Trudy Ederle, the first woman to swim across the English Channel.

Watch the trailer for IF below.