Pacific Rim Uprising

(L to R, center) CAILEE SPAENY as Amara, SCOTT EASTWOOD as Lambert and JOHN BOYEGA as Jake with Amara’s fellow Cadets in “Pacific Rim Uprising.” The globe-spanning conflict between otherworldly monsters of mass destruction and the human-piloted super-machines built to vanquish them was only a prelude to the all-out assault on humanity.

Pacific Rim Uprising unseated Black Panther to capture the #1 spot at the box office, taking in $28 million in its debut weekend. Black Panther had another strong weekend with $16.6 million, good enough for second place while the faith based drama I Can Only Imagine continued its successful run with $13.8 million. Here’s the top 10:

  1. Pacific Rim Uprising – It did land at the top spot,but it has to continue its solid run as it’s budget is estimated at $150 million! $28 million
    2. Black Panther – It has made over $630 million domestically, and this weekend  it takes in $16.6 million.
    3. I Can Only Imagine – Drama makes $13.8 million  and has collected over $38 million domestically. It’s a huge hit considering its $7 million budget!
    4. Sherlock Gnome – A $10.6 million debut is disappointing for this $59 million budgeted flick.
    5. Tomb Raider – Flick plummets in its second weekend with $10.4 million.
    6. A Wrinkle in Time – $8 million
    7. Love, Simon – Critically acclaimed flick takes in $7 million
    8. Paul, Apostle of Christ – Its $5 million debut was not too shabby, since it opened in just over 1,400 screens (compared to 3,700 plus with Pacific Rim Uprising. Plus, its production budget is $5 million
    9. Game Night – $4.1 million
    10. Midnight Sun – Romantic drama collects $4.1 million its its debut weekend.

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Posted by: Greg Srisavasdi