UK Box Office 7-9 Jan

This weekend British cinema triumphed with the universally acclaimed THE KING'S SPEECH, which boosted the fortunes of arthouse cinemas who'd been waiting for a hit this size for ages. 127 HOURS, although less seismic, also helped out specialised cinemas with a solid £5,261 per screen opening figure. Star vehicles for Crowe and Cage fail to capture anyone's attention.

1- THE KING'S SPEECH (£3,523,011)(New)
2- 127 HOURS (£2,166,828)
3- LITTLE FOCKERS (£1,798,670)(3 weeks, total £15,282,285)
4- GULLIVER'S TRAVELS (£1,554,255)(2 weeks, total £10,881,578)
5- THE NEXT THREE DAYS (£1,046,300)(New)
6- LOVE AND OTHER DRUGS (£805,621)(2 weeks, total £3,583,900)
7- HARRY POTTER & THE DEATHLY HALLOWS PART 1 (£710,181)(8 weeks, total £
8- TRON LEGACY (£639,903)(4 weeks, total £9,072,983)
9- CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE VOYAGE OF DAWN TREADER (£618,726)(total £12,973,840)
10-SEASON OF THE WITCH (£559,766)(New)