Charts And That

Yes, ladies and jellyfish, another weekend has gone and while it’s been a hectic weekend for the likes of Florida, what with the three hurricanes and what not, it’s been a pretty neat weekend for charts. It was released in cinemas and is doing surprisingly well.

Have a look, my dudes.

  1. It – $117,150,000
  2. Home Again – $9,028,222
  3. The Hitman’s Bodyguard – $4,850,000
  4. Annabelle: Creation – $4,000,000
  5. Wind River – $3,210,200
  6. Leap! – $2,500,100
  7. Spider-Man: Homecoming – $2,015,000
  8. Dunkirk – $1,950,000
  9. Logan Lucky – $1,826,425
  10. The Emoji Movie – $1,060,000

Wow, that’s a lot of money. IT is this generation’s adaptation of Steven King’s famous novel, about a clown that eats kids. Which, if you ask me, is just a massive banner saying, ‘Alex don’t watch this.’ The Emoji Movie still clings on to life. Which makes me want to vomit.

Next, games:

  1. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
  2. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
  3. F1 2017
  4. Grand Theft Auto V
  5. Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy
  6. Everybody’s Golf
  7. Ark: Survival Evolved
  8. Yakuza Kiwami
  9. Overwatch: Game of the Year
  10. Forza Horizon 3

Not much has shifted from last week, Dishonored 2 and DOOM seem to have been ferreted away by some new comers. Why the heck people are buying Ark though, we have no idea. In other gaming news, Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds recently reached the milestone of 10 million copies sold and even managed to get to 1 million concurrent players. Which is damn impressive.

Now for music!

  1. Look What You Made Me Do – Taylor Swift
  2. New Rules – Dua Lipa
  3. What About Us – Pink
  4. Friends – Justin Bieber & Bloodpop
  5. Mi Gente – J Balvin/Willy William
  6. Reggaeton Lento (Remix) – CNCO & Little Mix
  7. Ready For It – Taylor Swift
  8. More Than Friends – James Hype ft. Kelli-Leigh
  9. Sorry Not Sorry – Demi Lovato
  10. Sun Comes Up – Rudimental ft. James Arthur

Taylor is creeping up those charts. Is it bad I still haven’t listened to her new track? Wait, how many plays has it had!? 

And that’s us done for this week, come back next Monday for more (hopefully) updated lists! Who knows, maybe The Emoji Movie will have dropped off the face of the Earth by then. Never to be seen again. By anyone. Ever. Until the aliens who eventually destroy us discover it and realise mankind died out for a reason.

Well, that got dark.