Universal Pictures & Illumination Pictures' Sing scores the biggest opening weekend of the year, and the biggest in Ireland for an original animated feature
Ireland has fallen in love with Bridget Jones's Baby, with the film securing top-spot in the Republic of Ireland and All-Ireland box-office charts.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens takes €836,845 at Irish cinemas en-route to a record-breaking Irish one-day box-office.
Fifty Shades of Grey is a Irish box-office phenomenon, boasting the highest February opening, and 10th highest ever Irish opening weekend.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story claims the second biggest December opening in the UK and Ireland ever (behind Star Wars: The Force Awakens) and biggest opening of 2016.
The total cinema box-office in the UK & Ireland broke all records in 2015, overtaking 2012 to become the highest-grossing year ever.
Universal Pictures scores an unpredecented 1-2-3 at the All-Ireland Box-Office, with Minions, Ted 2, and Jurassic World.
The much-anticipated return to J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World, directed by David Yates and starring Eddie Redmayne, crosses $500 million worldwide after just 2 weekends in release.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a global phenomenon, and Ireland is no different with the film racking up record-breaking box-office figures here, and worldwide.
Records tumbled at the Irish box-office this weekend as Jurassic World opened at Number 1, grossing €1,376,215 (3-day) at the All-Ireland box-office.