Ralph Breaks the Internet – A brand new animated adventure for Wreck-It Ralph, voiced by John C. Reilly, who first smashed his way on to the big screen in 2012. Gal Gadot and Alfred Molina are among the fine voice cast.

Creed II – Michael B. Jordan reprises his lead role as Adonis Johnson, son of heavyweight champ, Apollo Creed, alongside rising star Tessa Thompson and Phylicia Rashad. Sylvester Stallone, who co-wrote the screenplay, returns as legendary Rocky Balboa; Dolph Lundgren is also back (from Rocky IV) as Ivan Drago.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – Second in the spectacular series of Wizarding World adventures, this time set mainly in Paris, starring Eddie Redmayne as Newt Scamander alongside Katherine Waterston, Dan Fogler, Jude Law as Dumbledore and Johnny Depp as the dark wizard Grindelwald.

The Grinch – Benedict Cumberbatch is the voice of the Grinch in this heart-warming animated comedy from the producers of Minions and Sing. In the Dr Seuss books, the Grinch is the grumpy cynic who sets out to ruin Christmas for everyone in Whoville. Now in its 4th week in the top ten, the film is narrated by Pharrell Williams.

Bohemian Rhapsody – Rami Malek struts magnificently as Freddie Mercury in this smash-hit celebration, recounting the 15 years leading up to Queen’s unforgettable Live Aid performance at Wembley in July 1985.

2.0 – Sci-fi adventure, shot in India and the USA, about scientists tracking extra-terrestrials, starring Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar and rising star Amy Jackson. Directed by S. Shankar, one of Indian cinema’s hottest filmmakers.

Nativity Rocks! – Fourth in Debbie Isitt’s popular series of family comedies, in which the staff and children of St. Bernadette’s school enter a rock musical contest. Stars Simon Lipkin, Craig Revel Horwood and Celia Imrie.

Robin Hood – A thrilling new take on the action adventure presents Taron Egerton as a battle-hardened Robin of Loxley and Jamie Foxx as his Moorish side-kick, waging war on a corrupt English aristocracy. Fine cast includes Ben Mendelsohn as Nottingham, Eve Hewson as Marian and Tim Minchin as Friar Tuck.

Widows – Steve McQueen’s pulsating yet thoughtful thriller has four courageous, debt-ridden women (Viola Davis, Elizabeth Debicki, Michelle Rodriguez and Cynthia Erivo) taking their fates into their own hands. Liam Neeson and Robert Duvall also play key roles in the Chicago-set heist.

A Star is Born – Bradley Cooper directs, co-writes and stars with Lady Gaga in this hit version of the romantic drama in which a fading musician helps a struggling younger singer to find fame and fortune. Now in its 9th week in the top 10 chart, a rare achievement.

Top 10 films in UK cinemas
Last weekend box-office / Total UK box-office

1 Ralph Breaks the Internet – NEW £4,032,775 £4,032,775
2 Creed II – NEW £2,991,509 £2,991,509
3 Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald £2,709,967 £26,753,839
4 The Grinch £2,317,766 £17,002,535
5 Bohemian Rhapsody £1,534,249 £42,018,993
6 2.0 – NEW £504,812 £504,812
7 Nativity Rocks! £466,050 £1,476,691
8 Robin Hood £392,198 £2,242,063
9 Widows £221,496 £5,792,170
10 A Star is Born £221,455 £28,598,254

comScore data up to and including Sunday 2 December 2018 – explore more at launchingfilms.com