Brotherhood has made nearly £2 million in its opening weekend in the UK

Brotherhood, a film part of Noel Clarke’s Kidulthood trilogy, has already made £1.92 million at the UK during its opening weekend.

The film was released on August 29 and is currently second at the box office, behind only Seth Rogen’s R-rated animation Sausage Party, which took £2.7 million. Brotherhood was only showing on just over half as many screens as Sausage Party was.

Brotherhood had the highest site average of the Friday to Sunday period with £4,579 per cinema, easily beating what Adulthood took in its opening week) back in 2008. That figure was £1.2 million, by the way.

Brotherhood debuted on the Bank Holiday Monday and includes the likes of Stormzy, Bashy and, of course, Noel Clarke.

The original film was released 10 years ago.

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