Solo: A Star Wars Story set to hold firm at Number 1 for a fourth week

This week’s Official Video Chart is likely to be showcasing a seriously resilient Top 3.

Solo: A Star Wars Story looks as though it will keep its place at the top for a fourth week, currently ahead of this week’s Number 2, Deadpool 2, by 1500 sales, while The Greatest Showman remains at 3.

Avengers – Infinity War (4) is fighting its way back to the Top 5, up two places, and Comedy film Book Club is currently at Number 5, but only just - there are fewer than 50 sales between it and chart climber, Coco (6).


New entries and high climbers

Weather-disaster action flick The Hurricane Heist could be breezing straight in at Number 8 with Rupert Everett’s Oscar Wilde biopic The Happy Prince not too far behind, set to debut at Number 10. Elsewhere in the Top 20, animated series Constantine: City of Demons is currently at 12, ahead of another new entry, Day Of The Dead: Bloodline (19).

As Halloween marches ever closer, so does spooky Tim Burton classic The Nightmare Before Christmas (18), up 7 places, and Night Of The Creeps (40) might just manage to sneak into the Top 40.

Sci-fi action thriller Kill Switch could be the second new disaster movie of the week’s chart at 28, and not far behind is Disney’s Bolt, back in this week at 33.

The Official Video Chart is revealed here on every Sunday at 7pm. Click here to see the latest Top 100

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Still can't understand why this Harrison Ford double didn't get the Solo role


Fortysixter UK


Solo is a great star wars movie and deserves recognition. It's far superior to the awful Last Jedi.


Drew Stephen


Totally agree. Really Enjoyed Solo. The Last Jedi was a mess.