Will Smith and Martin Lawrence certainly take no for an answer as Bad Boys For Life returns to the top of the Official Film Chart. All thanks to the film getting released on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD, selling 62,000 copies, 62% of which are on disc. This knocks Sam Mendes 1917 off the top spot back to Number 2.
It’s a week of returns as Greta Gerwig’s Little Women reaches a new peak of Number 3 following its release on disc, as Onward drops one to Number 4. A brand new boxset featuring all three Bad Boys films (Bad Boys, Bad Boys II and Bad Boys For Life) makes its debut at Number 5.
The force is still working as Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker lands at Number 6. Cats and Frozen 2 are still holding onto their positions at Numbers 7 and 8 respectively.
A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood, the biopic of American TV’s Fred Rogers starring Tom Hanks, debuts at Number 9 this week. The film follows the timely story of beloved television personality Mister Rogers’s friendship with a sceptical journalist (Matthew Rhys), as his empathy and kindness teaches the writer to reconcile with his own past.
Finally, Jumanji: The Next Level closes off the countdown at Number 10 in its ninth week. Game certainly not over!
This week’s Official Film Chart features a preview of Daniel Kaluuya and Jodie Turner-Smith in the acclaimed Queen & Slim, available now to Download & Keep, and to buy on DVD & Blu-ray from June 8.
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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