Jungle Cruise sails straight in at Number 1 on the Official Film Chart as it flies ahead on physical sales.
The Disney film makes its debut at the top following another close race; just 1,900 sales separate the film and its closest competition, last week’s chart-topper Free Guy (2).
Based on the Disneyland ride of the same name, Jungle Cruise‘s star-studded cast includes Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt. Dr Lily Houghton (Blunt) enlists skipper Frank Wolff (Johnson) to take her down the Amazon on his small riverboat, to search for an ancient tree that holds the power of healing.
It’s might be the end of the road for Daniel Craig, his legacy lives onr with Spectre which climbs one place to Number 3 as James Bond continues his resurgence, with Skyfall (7), Casino Royale (8) and Quantum of Solace (9) also landing in this week’s Top 10.
‘The family’ is still holding on in the charts with Fast & Furious 9 droping one to Number 4 – though it is the biggest digital download of the week – while Black Widow slides three to Number 5.
Da DaDaaa!!The Croods 2: A New Age is another big new entry this week, landing at Number 6 on digital downloads only. The sequel to 2013’s The Croods, the eponymous prehistoric family are trying to find a new place to settle when they find themselves challenged by a more evolved family, the Bettermans.
Finally, Disney/Pixar’s Luca rounds off this week’s countdown at Number 10.
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