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.
A Star Is Born, which received 9 Critics’ Choice nods (including Best Picture), hits Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K Ultra HD February 19 via Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.
The narrative, directed by Bradley Cooper, centers on a successful music artist named Jack (Cooper) who finds a kindred soul in Ally (Lady Gaga). As Ally’s “star” continues to rise, Jack’s alcoholism and physical ailments drives him down a much darker path.
Included in the package are nearly 10 minutes of never-before-seen musical performances by Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga which is featured in the “Jam Sessions and Rarities” special feature (“Baby What You Want Me To Do,” “Midnight Special,” “Is That Alright”). Other extras include the featurette “The Road to Stardom: Making A Star Is Born,” several music videos (“Shallow,” “Always Remember Us This Way,” “Look What I Found,” “I’ll Never Love This Way”)
Ralph Breaks The Internet was the #1 film in the nation with $16.1 million, followed by Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch with $15.1 million. Creed IIcame in third with $10.3 million. Here’s this weekend’s top 10:
Ralph Breaks The Internet – Animated feature takes in $16.1 million.
Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch – Benedict Cumberbatch headlined movie collects $15.1 million.
Creed II– Boxing sequel rakes in $10.3 million.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – Fantasy film earns $6.8 million.
Bohemian Rhapsody – Freddie Mercury biopic has made over $173 million domestically and it makes $6 million this weekend.
Instant Family – Mark Wahlberg headlined comedy collects $5.6 million.
Green Book – Drama earns $3.9 million.
Robin Hood – Adventure flick collects $3.5 million.
The Possession of Hannah Grace – Horror film plummets in its second weekend with just $3.1 million.