Universal Pictures & Illumination Pictures' Sing scores the biggest opening weekend of the year, and the biggest in Ireland for an original animated feature
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 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.
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.
The total cinema box-office in the UK & Ireland broke all records in 2015, overtaking 2012 to become the highest-grossing year ever.
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.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens takes €836,845 at Irish cinemas en-route to a record-breaking Irish one-day box-office.
Universal Pictures scores an unpredecented 1-2-3 at the All-Ireland Box-Office, with Minions, Ted 2, and Jurassic World.
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.
Fifty Shades of Grey is a Irish box-office phenomenon, boasting the highest February opening, and 10th highest ever Irish opening weekend.