The Greatest Showman holds on to lead for first Official Film Chart of 2019

Plus, we've an exclusive teaser of Jack Black in The House With The Clock In Its Walls

The Greatest Showman keeps a firm hold of the Number 1 spot on the first Official Film Chart of 2019. The official biggest-selling film of 2018 continues its reign for a second week, ahead of previous Number 1 and fellow mammoth musical film, Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again at Number 2.

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Ant-Man And The Wasp fly and Mission: Impossible – Fallout all climb as Skyscraper and Avengers: Infinity War make triumphant returns to the Top 10.  Further down the chart there’s a couple of Top 20 first-timers: A Quiet Place sneaks up to Number 15 and the original iteration of Mary Poppins floats up to 18 following the theatrical release of the sequel.

This week’s Official Film Chart online show features an exclusive teaser of Jack Black in The House with a Clock in its Walls.

An orphaned boy, Lewis (Owen Vaccaro) moves in with his uncle Jonathan (Jack Black) following the death of his parents and is thrown into a world of magic when he finds out his new guardian is a warlock. He quickly discovers not all sorcerers are good: the previous owner of the house was an evil wizard who placed a doomsday clock in the walls of the home. Can Lewis and his uncle find it before it finishes its countdown, and save the world?

Also starring Cate Blanchett and Kyle MacLachlan, the magical film is available to download from January 14 and on disc from January 28. 

Watch below:

See this week's Official Film Chart Top 40