Universal’s ‘Trolls World Tour’ Remains U.K.’s Top-Selling Title

Universal Pictures Home Entertainment’s Trolls World Tour finished atop the weekly Official Film Chart (through Aug. 12) for the fourth consecutive week, making the sequel the longest-running No. 1 of 2020 in the United Kingdom. Trolls World Tour has lasted longer at the top of the chart than Disney’s Frozen II and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, each at three weeks at the chart peak.

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At No. 2, Disney’s Onward flies 16 places to return to its previous high position, just ahead of the week’s biggest new entry at No. 3, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. The Lucasfilm title takes the place of its precursor, A New Hope, following a limited edition Steelbook release of the film.

Twentieth Century Home Entertainment’s Spies in Disguise moved up 23 places to its previous peak of No. 4; the animated film starring the voices of Tom Holland and Will Smith sees an internationally-renowned spy Lance Stirling (Smith) accidentally turned into a pigeon by a genius but socially awkward tech officer (Holland) — as the two work together to change Stirling back and save the world.

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment’s Jumanji: The Next Level jumped two spots to No. 5, as Frozen II drops to sixth and Paramount Home Entertainment’s Sonic the Hedgehog ended in seventh. Terminator: Dark Fate (20th Century Home Entertainment) is the highest climber of the week, skyrocketing 31 places to No. 8; 1917 (eOne) dropped four to ninth and Warner Home Video’s Joker ended the week at No. 10.

Elsewhere in the Top 20, Warner’s Deep Blue Sea 3 (No. 11) is up one, while Universal’s Four Kids and It — a children’s fantasy film based on a Jacqueline Wilson novel — enters the Official Film Chart for the first time at Number 15.

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