The documentary, ‘This Is Us’ of One Direction has topped the charts in Ireland and UK. The boy band’s film made £1.2 m, from Thursday’s Preview and £3.47 m in the week that followed much ahead of Mark Wahlberg’s Pain and Gain, which was the other major release. Pain and Gain made £1 m.
Elysium in Second Place
The topper, ‘This Is Us’ shows One Direction in concert in London. It includes a fly-on-the-wall footage of the group. The documentary is directed by Super Size Me’s Morgan Spurlock. The 3D film also topped the weekend US box office and made £10.9m. The world wide earning as of now is around £20.5 m.
The second place in the week’s charts was taken by Elysium, a sci-fi thriller featuring Matt Damon and Jodie Foster, with a collection of £1.2 m. The third place went to We’re The Millers, a comedy featuring Jennifer Anniston as a stripper, which made £1.1 m.