Despite strong showings by Tim Burton's efforts and Mark Wahlberg's Deepwater Horizon, neither have managed to topple Renee Zellwegger from the top of our box office report.

Now three weeks on release, Bridget Jones's Baby has managed to rack up €2,506,331 in earnings. Finding Dory, meanwhile, has spent ten weeks at Irish cinemas and come back with €3,448,506. Meanwhile, Irish effort The Young Offenders inches ever closer to the €1,000,000 mark, now totalling €715,218 so far.

Meanwhile, Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children is in second place on the Irish box office report and has made €212,032 on its opening weekend whilst Deepwater Horizon came in fourth with €139,185.

Here's this week's report.

Irish Box Office Report: September 30th
Bridget Jones's Baby €377,659 €2,506,331
Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children €195,432 €212,032
The Young Offenders €106,153 €715,128
Deepwater Horizon €107,226 €139,185
The Magnificent Seven €85,764 €402,303
Kubo And The Two Strings €42,963 €316,674
Finding Dory €31,635 €3,448,506
Supersonic €26,804 €26,804
The Infiltrator €21,969 €170,785
Nine Lives €22,263 €485,292