RIDLEY SCOTT’S PROMETHEUS DETHORENED THE DICTATOR

The eagerly anticipated Prometheus by Ridley Scott was the only premiere last weekend and took the top spot on the Finnish admissions chart with 29.580 admissions. Sci-fi movie stars Swedish actress Noomi Rapace. The film is distributed by FS Film on 99 screens, out of which 80% were 3D screens.

The Dictator had to settle on the second place on its third week with 17.190 admissions. The film can now be seen on 55 screens and its total admissions figure is 115.694.

Men in Black III fell to number three with its 9.827 admissions. The total admissions figure is now 40.367.

Dark Shadows by Tim Burton was number four with 4.616 admissions. The vampire comedy has now been in total of 56.072 moviegoers. The Avengers was number five with 2.380 admissions. It now has a total of 106.562 admissions.

Last weekend’s premiere Salmon Fishing in the Yemen by Lasse Hallström was on the sixth place with 2.161 admissions this weekend. In total it has been seen by 7.482 Finnish moviegoers.

Dr. Seuss´The Lorax was again seventh this weekend with 2.141 admissions. The total admissions figure for the film is now 60.131. American Pie: Reunion was number eight with 1.449 admissions. The film has so far been seen by 115.879 Finnish spectators.

The only Finnish film, which made TOP 10 last weekend was Ricky Rapper and Cool Wendy by Mari Rantasila. It was seen by 1.343 spectators. In total it has now been seen by 292.407 moviegoers making it the most popular film this year in Finland. It now needs less than eight thousand admissions to become the first film this year to break 300.000 admissions mark.

On the tenth place in the chart was The Hunger Games with 1.100 admissions, now totaling up to 183.446 admissions.

Iron Sky by Timo Vuorensola fell out of top 10 with 901 admissions. It was on the eleventh place this weekend and has now been seen in total of 176.893 Finnish moviegoers.

There are still two domestic films, which made it TOP20 this weekend. The Punk Syndrome was number 13 with 555 admissions. In total the documentary by J-P Passi and Jukka Kärkkäinen has been seen by 12.843 Finnish moviegoers. Returning this weekend to the TOP 20 is Once Upon a Time in the North by J-P Siili. It was seen by 263 spectators making it the 19th most popular film. It has now a total of 145.222 admissions.

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