#BOXOFFICE: “ABONIMABLE” MAKES IT SNOW
TIFF ’19 selection ABONIMABLE makes it snow this weekend at the Box Office, taking top spot with $20 million from 4,242 theatres across North America for Universal Pictures. The Animated Feature gets 79% on the Tomatometer and an A CinemaScore.
In second is DOWNTON ABBEY with $13.2 million for Focus Features/Universal Pictures, making a two week tally of $52.7 million domestically.
HUSTLERS is still showing gumption in third with $10.3 million for Elevation Pictures/STX Entertainment, almost surpassing the $80-million-mark over three weeks.
IT: CHAPTER 2 settles for fourth with $9.1 million in its fourth week out, taking it to $192 million in its run for Warner Bros.
RAMBO: LAST BLOOD slips to fifth with $8 million for VVS Films/Lionsgate Films, a total $32.5 million in its second week.
Rounding it all out is former champ ANGEL HAS FALLEN with $1.2 million for VVS Films/Lionsgate Films as well.
#BOXOFFICE: “IT” MAKES IT TWO WEEKS ON-TOP
IT: CHAPTER TWO scares audiences a second straight week, taking $40.1 million from 4,570 theatres across North America. This brings its two-week total to $153.1 million for Warner Bros.
TIFF ’19 selection HUSTLERS debuts huge for STX Entertainment, making it the studio’s best opening yet with $32.5 million from 3,250 theatres. It gets 87% on the Tomatometer and a B- CinemaScore.
ANGEL HAS FALLEN is in third with $4.3 million, a total $60.3 million grossed over four weeks for Lionsgate Films/VVS Films.
THE GOLDFINCH, which also premiered at TIFF ’19, debuts in seventh with $2.7 million from 2,540 theatres for Warner Bros. It gets 24% on the Tomatometer and a B CinemaScore.
THE PEANUT BUTTER FALCON rounds things out with $1.8 million for levelFILM and Roadside Attractions.
#BOXOFFICE: NO CLOWNING AROUND FOR “IT: CHAPTER TWO”
IT: CHAPTER TWO debuts at the Box Office with a smashing $92 million from 4,570 theatres across North America for Warner Bros. It also has the distinction of the second-highest opening ever for an R-rated film, behind only its predecessor. It gets 63% on the Tomatometer and a B+ CinemaScore.
ANGEL HAS FALLEN is a distant second with $6 million in its third week out for Lionsgate Films/VVS Films. It has earned $53.5 million domestically.
GOOD BOYS places third with $5.4 million, a total $66.9 million over four weeks for Universal Pictures.
PEANUT BUTTER FALCON lands in seventh with $2.2 million, a total $12.2 million grossed over five weeks for Roadside Attractions and levelFilm.
DORA AND THE LOST CITY OF GOLD rounds-out the Top Ten with $2.1 million, a total $51.4 million grossed over five weeks for Paramount Pictures.
#BOXOFFICE: “ANGEL HAS FALLEN” STILL FLYING WEEK TWO
For a second straight week, ANGEL HAS FALLEN claims top spot at the Box Office. Its take of $13 million from 3,336 theatres this weekend is enough to claim the throne based on few new releases to surface. By end of Labour Day weekend, it will have made $45.9 million for VVS Films/Lionsgate Films.
In second spot is GOOD BOYS with $8.8 million in its third week out for Universal Pictures, a total $58 million grossed.
In third is Disney’s THE LION KING in third with $6.4 million, a total $522.7 million in North America over seven weeks.
READY OR NOT is in sixth with $5.8 million for Fox Searchlight, a total $21.7 million made over two weeks.
Rounding things out is THE ANGRY BIRDS MOVIE 2 with $4 million for Sony Pictures, a total $35 million over three week.
#BOXOFFICE: “ANGEL HAS FALLEN” RISES TO THE TOP
ANGEL HAS FALLEN rises to the top in its debut taking-in $20 million from 3,286 North American theatres for Lionsgate Films/VVS Films. It gets 40% on the Tomatometer and an A- CinemaScore. While the Gerard Butler-fronted Franchise accomplishes its first #1 debut, it’s best opening still goes to first film, 2013’s Olympus Has Fallen with $30.3 million.
GOOD BOYS slips to second spot with $10.3 million week two for Universal Pictures, a two-week total of $40.6 million domestically.
Faith film OVERCOMER opens in third with $7.3 million for Sony Pictures from 1,723 theatres. It gets 33% on the Tomatometer and an A+ CinemaScore from audiences.
Toronto-made READY OR NOT debuts in sixth with $6.6 million from 2,855 theatres for Fox Searchlight. It garners an impressive 87% on the Tomatometer and a B+ CinemaScore.
Rounding-out the Top Ten is SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK with $4.4 million for Lionsgate Films/eOne Films.