‘Glass’ Dominates Box Office Competition With $40.5 Million Debut

Director M. Night Shyamalan is on a roll, as his latest film Glass made $40.5 million and took the top spot at the box office. Shyamalan’s previous efforts Split and The Visit were also financial hits. Coming in second was the Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston drama The Upside. Here’s the top 10:

  1. Glass – With a $20 million budget, this flick’s $40.5 million debut means the film is going to have a solid profit.
  2. The Upside – Drama takes in $15.7 million.
  3. Dragon Ball Super: Broly – Animated feature collects $10.6 million. 
  4. Aquaman – Comic book feature checks in with $10.3 million and to date it’s made over $304 million domestically.
  5. Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse – Acclaimed animated feature makes $7.2 million.
  6. A Dog’s Way Home – Family film makes $7.1 million.
  7. Escape Room – Thriller checks in with $5.2 million.
  8. Mary Poppins Returns – Feature has already made over $158 million and this weekend it collects $5.2 million.
  9. BumblebeeTransformers spinoff makes $4.6 million.
  10. On The Basis of SexRuth Bader Ginsburg biopic collects $3.9 million.

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‘The Upside’ Takes Box Office Throne With Strong $19 Million Showing

The Upside, a remake of the revered film The Intouchables, made $19.6 million to claim the top spot at the box office. Starring Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston, the flick dethroned Aquaman, which came in second with $17.2 million. Here’s the top 10:

  1. The Upside – Drama takes in $19.5 million.
  2. Aquaman – It’s number two with $17.2 million and to date it’s made over $287 million domestically.
  3. A Dog’s Way Home – Family film debuts with $11.3 million.
  4. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – Animated feature collects $9 million.
  5. Escape Room – Thriller checks in at #5 with $8.9 million.
  6. Mary Poppins ReturnsMary Poppins sequel collects $7.2 million.
  7. Bumblebee Transformers spin-off makes $6.7 million.
  8. On The Basis of Sex Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic amasses $6.2 million.
  9. The MuleClint Eastwood drama takes in $5.5 million.
  10. Vice – Political drama/comedy makes $3.2 million.

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‘Aquaman’ Retains Top Box Office Spot With $30 Million Weekend

Aquaman continued its box office reign with a $30.7 million. Coming in second was the new film Escape Room which took in $18 million. Here’s the top 10:

  1. Aquaman – Comic book feature is tops with $30.7 million.
  2. Escape Room – Newbie thriller rakes in $18 million.
  3. Mary Poppins Returns – Family feature collects $15.7 million and has made over $138 million domestically.
  4. Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse – Animated film makes $13 million
  5. Bumblebee – Transformers spin-off checks in with $12.7 million.
  6. The MuleClint Eastwood vehicle collects $9 million.
  7. ViceDick Cheney biopic makes $5.8 million.
  8. Second ActionJennifer Lopez movie takes in $5.8 million.
  9. Ralph Breaks The Internet – Animated film continues to do business with $4.6 million.
  10. Holmes and Watson – Critically drubbed feature manages to hold on with $3.4 million.

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‘Aquaman’ Continues Box Office Superiority With $51 Million Weekend

Aquaman continues to swim in highly profitable waters as it remained king of the box office with $51.5 million. Mary Poppins Returns had another solid weekending, coming in at #2 with $28 million followed by Bumblebee (#3, $20.5 million). Here are this weekend’s top 10 films:

  1. Aquaman – It made $51.5 million and to date it has grossed over $188 million domestically.
  2. Mary Poppins Returns – Second isn’t so bad, especially when you make $28 million!
  3. Bumblebee – Latest Transformers vehicle kicks in $20.5 million to the box office pot.
  4. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – Acclaimed animated feature takes in $18.3 million.
  5. The MuleClint Eastwood flick collects $11.7 million.
  6. Vice – Drama hauls in $7.7 million.
  7. Holmes and Watson – Critically drubbed flick makes just $7.3 million.
  8. Second ActJennifer Lopez comedy collects $7.2 million.
  9. Ralph Breaks The Internet – Animated feature makes $6.5 million and domestically it’s amassed $175 million.
  10. Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch – Latest iteration of the iconic story makes $4.2 million.

 

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‘Aquaman’ Makes Box Office Splash With $67 Million Weekend Debut

Aquaman was the big winner this weekend with a $67.4 million debut, easily beating Mary Poppins Returns (#2, $22.2 million) and Bumblebee (#3, $21 million). Here’s this weekend’s top 10:

  1. Aquaman – Along with hits $67.4 million stateside, the feature has amassed over $483 million worldwide!
  2. Mary Poppins Returns – It’s a solid debut for one of Disney’s most beloved characters ($22.2 million).
  3. Bumblebee – Since it’s part of the Transformers universe, a $21 million showing is slightly disappointing.
  4. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – Animated feature takes in $16.7 million.
  5. The MuleClint Eastwood vehicle collects $9.9 million.
  6. Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch – Feature has already amassed over $253 million. This weekend, it makes $8.1 million.
  7. Second ActJennifer Lopez comedy collects $6.5 million.
  8. Ralph Breaks the Internet – Acclaimed sequel continues to rake in the bucks with $4.5 million.
  9. Welcome to MarwenSteve Carell film bombs with a dismal $2.3 million.
  10. Mary Queen of Scots – Drama with Margot Robbie and Saoirse Ronan takes in $2.3 million.

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‘Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse’ Grabs Top Box Office Spot With $35 million

Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse was the resounding winner of the box office weekend, taking in $35 million and besting fellow newcomer The Mule (#2, $17.2 million). Mortal Engines had a disappointing debut with $7.5 million. Here’s the top 10:

  1. Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse – Spidey flick debuts with $35.4 million.
  2. The MuleClint Eastwood drama makes $17.2 million.
  3. Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch – Holiday fare continues to do well with $11.5 million.
  4. Ralph Breaks The Internet – Animated feature collects $9.5 million.
  5. Mortal Engines – Fantasy flick makes a dismal $7.5 million.
  6. Creed II – Sequel collects $5.3 million.
  7. Bohemian Rhapsody – Freddie Mercury biopic rakes in $4.1 million
  8. Instant Family – Heartwarming comedy flick checks in with $3.7 million.
  9. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – Feature makes $3.6 million
  10. Green Book -Buddy flick collects $2.7 million.

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