Director M. Night Shyamalan is on a roll, as his latest film Glassmade $40.5 million and took the top spot at the box office. Shyamalan’s previous efforts Splitand The Visit were also financial hits. Coming in second was the Kevin Hartand Bryan Cranston drama The Upside. Here’s the top 10:
Glass – With a $20 million budget, this flick’s $40.5 million debut means the film is going to have a solid profit.
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 Hartand Bryan Cranston, the flick dethroned Aquaman, which came in second with $17.2 million. Here’s the top 10:
The Upside– Drama takes in $19.5 million.
Aquaman– It’s number two with $17.2 million and to date it’s made over $287 million domestically.
A Dog’s Way Home– Family film debuts with $11.3 million.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse– Animated feature collects $9 million.
Escape Room – Thriller checks in at #5 with $8.9 million.
Mary Poppins Returns – Mary Poppins sequel collects $7.2 million.
Bumblebee– Transformers spin-off makes $6.7 million.
On The Basis of Sex– Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic amasses $6.2 million.
The Mule – Clint Eastwood drama takes in $5.5 million.
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:
Aquaman– It made $51.5 million and to date it has grossed over $188 million domestically.
Mary Poppins Returns – Second isn’t so bad, especially when you make $28 million!
Bumblebee – Latest Transformersvehicle kicks in $20.5 million to the box office pot.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – Acclaimed animated feature takes in $18.3 million.
The Mule – Clint Eastwood flick collects $11.7 million.
Vice – Drama hauls in $7.7 million.
Holmes and Watson – Critically drubbed flick makes just $7.3 million.
Second Act – Jennifer Lopez comedy collects $7.2 million.
Ralph Breaks The Internet – Animated feature makes $6.5 million and domestically it’s amassed $175 million.
Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch – Latest iteration of the iconic story makes $4.2 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:
Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse – Spidey flick debuts with $35.4 million.