#BOXOFFICE: “AQUAMAN” RIDES THE WAVES A THIRD WEEK
For a third consecutive week, AQUAMAN dominates the North American Box Office with $31.5 million for Warner Bros., accounting for $260.5 million earned thus far to date.
ESCAPE ROOM opens in second with $16.9 million from 2,717 theatres for Sony Pictures. It gets 53% on the Tomatometer and a B CinemaScore.
In third is MARY POPPINS RETURNS with $16.6 million from 4,090 theatres, a total $139.5 million grossed for Disney over three weeks in these parts.
SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE is in fourth spot with $13.5 million, a total of $134.9 million over four weeks for Sony Pictures.
BUMBLEBEE is in fifth with $13 million, a total$97.3 million for Paramount Pictures in three weeks.
VICE is in seventh spot with $5.6 million, bringing its two-week tally to $29.6 million for eOne Films/Annapurna Pictures.
HOLMES & WATSON rounds-out the Top Ten with $3.4 million, a total $28.4 million over two weeks for Sony Pictures.
#BOXOFFICE: “AQUAMAN” CONTINUES TO MAKE A SPLASH
AQUAMAN continues to splash a second week at the Box Office, taking $52.1 million for Warner Bros. from 4,125 theatres. Over two weeks it has made $189.3 million domestically.
In second is MARY POPPINS RETURNS with $32 million from 4,090 theatres for Disney, a two-week tally of $102.9 million gross in North America.
BUMBLEBEE lands in third with $20.6 million for Paramount Pictures from 3,550 theatres, a two-week total of $66.9 million in these parts.
SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE (which like Bumblebee stars Hailee Steinfeld also), is in fourth with $19.3 million from 3,813 theatres for Sony Pictures. $104.6 million is its total in its second week of release.
VICE is in sixth with $8.2 million from 2,442 theatres for Annapurna Pictures/eOne Films. Since its Christmas Day release, it has made $18.1 million. It gets 64% on the Tomatometer and a C+ CinemaScore.
HOLMES & WATSON opens in seventh with $7.6 million from 2,776 theatres for Sony Pictures. It gets 9% on the Tomatometer and a D+ CinemaScore.
THE GRINCH rounds things out in the Top Ten with $4.9 million for Universal Pictures, a healthy total $266.2 million over eight weeks.