Avengers: Infinity War stayed top of the UK box office this weekend with a four-day haul of £12.85m, including the bank holiday Monday.
The film took £10.15m Friday-Sunday, a fall of 57%, a strong hold considering the sunny weather across the UK. The running total is now an outstanding £51.85m after the bank holiday, a figure that puts it on the cusp of surpassing the lifetime gross of Avengers Assemble (£51.9m) in just two weekends.
It also became the highest-grossing UK release of 2018 so far, surpassing Black Panther (£50.4m to date).
Despite the sunshine, Amy Schumer comedy I Feel Pretty posted a decent £1.19m three-day opening from its 520 sites. That’s Schumer’s best result in the UK, surpassing the openings of Trainwreck (£927,000) and Snatched (£840,000).
Including a small number of previews and grosses from the bank holiday, the film is now up to £1.5m.
In its fifth weekend and still holding well, horror hit A Quiet Place fell 57% with £394,000 from the weekend. A further £80,000 on Monday took it to £10.84m to date.
The Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel Pie Society dropped 63% this weekend, adding £354,692 and an additional £74,437 on Monday for £4.4m so far.
Rampage is up to £8.4m after adding £335,000, including the bank holiday.
US horror The Strangers: Prey At Night starring Christina Hendricks opened to £205,325 from 299 sites, an average of £687.
Peter Rabbit added £118,000 over the weekend and, with an extra £49,000 on the bank holiday, is now up to £39.89m.
Tully took £137,083 over the three-day weekend from 200 sites; it’s cume now stands at £171,222 after the bank holiday.