Blue Story heads towards the £3m mark at the UK box office.

Rapman’s debut feature film as director, Blue Story enjoyed – thankfully – a much quieter time for its second weekend at the UK box office. This time, the movie didn’t find itself dragged into headlines it ill deserved. Instead, it quietly attracted another good box office gross.

The movie finished fourth in its second weekend, playing in fewer locations than a week ago, but still holding onto nearly two thirds of its business. That’s a good result too, with the low budget British feature adding £850,000 over the weekend, for a UK running total of £2.9m.

Furthermore, Screen reports that its per-screen average was only bettered by Frozen II and Knives Out in the top 20 chart. It held off new opener Charlie’s Angels, that opened in fifth place.

Blue Story will cross the £3m mark in the next day or two, and should be edging towards a £4m UK total by the end of next weekend.

Frozen II remains the UK’s number one film at the box office.

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