How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden Worldwas the #1 film of the weekend, taking in $30 million. Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral was also a blockbuster hit with a $27 million debut. This weekend’s top 10:
How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World – Animated film takes in $30 million.
Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral – Comedy debuts with $27 million.
How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World smoked the competition with a $55.5 million debut, besting Alita: Battle Angel(#2, $12 million) and The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part(#3, $10 million). Here’s this weekend’s top 10:
How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World– Animated film’s $55.5 million debut proves the franchise, even with its supposed last installment, continues to prosper.
Alita: Battle Angel – James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez collaboration takes in $12 million in its second weekend. Internationally, the feature has amassed over $202 million.
The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part – Animated feature takes in $10 million.
Fighting with My Family – Dwayne Johnson produced feature makes $8 million.
Isn’t It Romantic– Romantic comedy spoof makes $7.5 million.
What Men Want– Taraji P. Henson headlined feature chimes in with $5.2 million.
Happy Death Day 2 U– Feature collects $4.9 million.
Cold Pursuit – Liam Neeson film makes $3.3 million.
The Upside – Drama amasses $3.2 million worth of business.
Run the Race– Faith based drama makes $2.2 million.
The good news is that Alita: Battle Angel was the #1 film in the nation, and its four day total over President’s Day Weekend is $41.7 million (it made $27.8 million over the weekend). Unfortunately, the movie cost $200 million, and the feature’s chances of making a sizable profit are slim to none (Deadlinereports that it must generate $350-400 million worth of box office to break even!). The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part was #2 with $21.2 million. Here’s the top 10:
Alita: Battle Angel – Robert Rodriguez and James Cameron’s collaboration takes in $27.8 million.
The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part– Franchise is going strong with $21.2 million.
Isn’t It Romantic – Rebel Wilson comedy collects $14.2 million.
Glasscontinues to beat the competition as it remains the #1 film in the nation with $9.5 million. It was a relatively tame weekend, as The Upside was second with $8.8 million and newcomer Miss Bala took in $6.7 million. This weekend’s top 10:
Glass – M. Night Shyamalan’s latest collects $9.5 million and to date it’s made $88.6 million domestically.
The Upside – Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston feature collects $8.8 million.
Miss Bala – Newcomer makes just $6.7 million in its debut, which isn’t too horrible due to its relatively modest $15 million budget.
Aquaman – Comic book flick collects $4.7million and has made over $323 million domestically.
Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse – Award winning animated feature amasses $4.4 million this weekend.
Green Book – Buddy drama takes in $4.3 million and has made $56 million in domestic business.
The Kid Who Would Be King – Family feature rakes in $4.2 million
A Dog’s Way Home– Drama makes $3.5 million.
Escape Room– Thriller makes $2.9 million and has made $52 million domestically.
They Shall Not Grow Old– Documentary directed by Peter Jackson collects $2.4 million
Director M. Night Shyamalan’sGlasscontinued 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:
Glass – Feature takes in $19 million.
The Upside– Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston feature collects $12.2 million.
Aquaman – Comic book feature makes $7.3 million and to date it’s amassed $316 million domestically.
The Kid Who Would Be King – Family film underperforms in its first weekend with $7.2 million.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse – Oscar nominated feature takes in $6.1 million.
Green Book – Feature, which received an Oscar nod for Best Film, makes $5.4 million.
A Dog’s Way Home – Family flick collects $5.2 million.
Serenity – Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway feature bombs with just $4.8 million.
Escape Room – Thriller makes $4.2 million.
Dragon Ball Super: Broly – Feature takes in $3.6 million.