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Despite a sizeable drop of revenue in its second week, Fifty Shades of Grey had little trouble holding on to the top of the U.K. box office, drawing $7.1 million to bring its total to $39.2 million, already the highest ever for an 18-rated film.
But it wasn’t just Fifty Shades that held its position, with the entire top four being non-movers this weekend.
The week’s top 10 had just two new entries; The Wedding Ringer, which debuted in fifth with $1.5 million, and Sony’s found-footage sci-fi movie Project Almanac in sixth with $1.3 million.
After eight weeks of release, The Theory of Everything saw it total nudge past the $30 million mark. While the biopic stayed in 8th place on the charts, Jupiter Ascending‘s sharp descent from fifth to ninth spot means that the now Oscar-winning Eddie Redmayne has two films occupying two adjacent spaces.
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