Director M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass continued its box office dominance with a $19 million weekend. Coming in second was The Upside ($12.2), followed by Aquaman ($7.3 million). The Kid Who Would Be King had a sub-par debut with $7.2 million. Serenity fared even worse with just $4.8 million and an eighth place finish. This weekend’s top 10:

  1. Glass – Feature takes in $19 million.
  2. The Upside Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston feature collects $12.2 million.
  3. Aquaman – Comic book feature makes $7.3 million and to date it’s amassed $316 million domestically.
  4. The Kid Who Would Be King – Family film underperforms in its first weekend with $7.2 million.
  5. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse – Oscar nominated feature takes in $6.1 million.
  6. Green Book – Feature, which received an Oscar nod for Best Film, makes $5.4 million.
  7. A Dog’s Way Home – Family flick collects $5.2 million.
  8. SerenityMatthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway feature bombs with just $4.8 million.
  9. Escape Room – Thriller makes $4.2 million.
  10. Dragon Ball Super: Broly – Feature takes in $3.6 million.

 

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Posted by: Greg Srisavasdi