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The Wolf of Wall Street holds firm at UK box office - top 10 in full

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The Wolf of Wall Street has topped the UK box office for the third weekend running.

Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio's fifth collaboration earned £2.3 million to hold off competition from 12 Years a Slave and Zac Efron's new release That Awkward Moment at the chart summit.

Leonardo DiCaprio in 'The Wolf Of Wall Street'

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Chiwetel Ejiofor in '12 Years A Slave'


The Wolf of Wall Street has now grossed nearly £15 million, making it Scorsese's most successful film in the UK ahead of Gangs of New York and The Departed.

I, Frankenstein, Aaron Eckhart's critically-panned modern reworking of Mary Shelley's classic story, landed at number four with £811,365 in box office takings.

Frozen, which will be re-released in a new sing-along version next month, is still performing strongly at number five with £36 million earned in total from UK cinemas.

Elsewhere, Peter Berg's Lone Survivor entered the chart at number six with £751,564.

The UK box office top ten in full:

1. (1) The Wolf of Wall Street - £2,385,585
2. (2) 12 Years a Slave - £1,422,066
3. (-) That Awkward Moment - £961,167
4. (-) I, Frankenstein - £811,365
5. (4) Frozen - £778,638
6. (-) Lone Survivor - £751,564
7. (3) Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit - £665,007
8. (5) American Hustle - £572,485
9. (6) Inside Llewyn Davis - £437,532
10. (7) August: Osage County - £287,612

Source: Rentrak

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