Elvis rocks back up to Number 1 on the Official Film Chart

Plus Tom Hanks takes this week's highest new entry with his role in A Man Called Otto.

Elvis shimmies and shakes its way back to Number 1 on the UK’s Official Film Chart.

The eight-time Oscar-nominated movie, starring Austin Butler as the titular King of Rock’n’Roll, enjoys a resurgence on digital downloads this week to send it back to the top of the charts for a third non-consecutive week.

This means Puss In Boots: The Last Wish is denied a second week at Number 1, dropping to Number 2, while Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical is also pushed down one place to Number 3. Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance With Somebody lifts two, returning to its previous peak of Number 4.

This week’s highest new entry is comedy-drama A Man Called Otto, debuting at Number 5. Tom Hanks stars as Otto, an old grump who has given up following the death of his wife – until a young family moves in nearby and he forms an unlikely friendship that turns his world around.

Dropping two this week is British drama Living, starring Bill Nighy (6), and Top Gun: Maverick (7). Black Adam rebounds two places (8) knocking The Banshees of Inisherin down one (9).

Finally, Scream (2022) soars back into the Top 10 this week following the release of Scream VI in cinemas, rounding off the week’s countdown at Number 10.

See the full Official Film Chart Top 40 here

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