Four weeks after Stan & Ollie debuted in the Official Film Chart, the homage to Laurel and Hardy performs an impressive encore, jumping up a massive 28 places to reach Number 1 following its release on disc.
Starring Steve Coogan and John C Reilly in the titular roles, Stan & Ollie follows the comedy duo as they attempt to reignite their film careers on a gruelling theatre tour of post-war UK. Their relationship is put to the test, with their future hanging in the balance.
Straight in at Number 2 is The LEGO® Movie 2, which takes place five years after everything was awesome with a new threat looming large; invaders from outer space. Chris Pratt joins the returning cast to voice Emmet Brickowski and Rex Dangervest in this latest instalment.
Million seller Bohemian Rhapsody spends another week in the Top 10 as it holds firm at Number 3 this week as last week’s chart topper, How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, slips to Number 4.
There’s a second new entry at Number 5 as The Mule sneaks into the Top 10. Clint Eastwood directed and stars in the story of an aging war veteran whose business is in trouble and unwittingly signs on as a drug mule for a Mexican cartel.
Transformers prequel Bumblebee drops to 6, M Night Shyamalan’s Glass is at 7; Aquaman climbs up to 8; The Secret Life of Pets slides to 9 and at 10, Mary Poppins Returns closes this week’s countdown.
This week’s Official Film Chart online show features a sneak peek look at Liam Neeson’s action packed Cold Pursuit, which is available to Download & Keep from June 17. Stay tuned we will have a comp to win Cold Pursuit on DVD!
The Official Film Chart is unveiled each Wednesday and is the subject of a Top 10 Official Film Chart online show, published on OfficialCharts.com and available for media syndication.
The chart – the result of a partnership between the Official Charts Company, the British Association for Screen Entertainment and incorporating data from retailer members of the Entertainment Retailers Association – is published on OfficialCharts.com every Wednesday at noon and counts movie downloads from services including Amazon, iTunes, Sky Store, Virgin Media Store, Rakuten TV, Talk Talk TV, as well as 4K UHD, Blu-ray and DVD disc sales from all high street and online retailers