#FIRSTLOOK: FREE IHALO KRUNCH ICE CREAM IN CELEBRATION OF “MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL”
Attention, MEN IN BLACK fans! In celebration of MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL‘s release on Home Entertainment, be ready to grab a delicious treat!
On Tuesday, September 3, 2019, visit Toronto’s famous Black Charcoal Ice Cream purveyor, iHalo Krunch’s Queen Street West location at 1:00pm and will go until supplies last. All are welcome to participate, but only the first 100 fans to arrive at iHalo Krunch are eligible to receive a free cone. After the first 100 cones are distributed, iHalo Krunch will continue to distribute free ice cream throughout the day, in the form of cups, to Men in Black fans who arrive.
||Men in Black: International x iHalo Krunch cone giveaway
||Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019
831 Queen St. W, Toronto, ON M6J 1G1
||Fans who show up to iHalo Krunch wearing Men in Black inspired attire are eligible to receive a free cone (while supplies last). Attire can include suiting, Ray-Ban® style eye wear and/or accompanied by a pug.
So get your best Men in Black look on!
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment release MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL Tuesday, September 3, 2019.
(Photo credit: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment)
#BOXOFFICE: “SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME” ON-TOP A SECOND WEEK
SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME takes the top of the Box Office a second straight week with $44.5 million from 4,634 theatres across North America. This takes its tally to $273.7 million for Sony Pictures.
TOY STORY 4 takes the second spot with $20.6 million in its third week out for Disney. Over four weeks it has grossed $346.3 million domestically.
CRAWL is in third with $10.6 million for Paramount Pictures in its debut at 3,170 theatres. It gets 88% on the Tomatometer despite not being previewed for Canadian media and Audiences gave it a B CinemaScore.
STUBER opens in fourth with $8 million from 3,050 theatres for 20th Century Fox. The Comedy starring David Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani, gets 47% on the Tomatometer and a B CinemaScore.
MIDSOMMAR lands in eighth spot with $3.5 million for A24/Elevation Pictures, a two week total of $18.4 million.
MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL rounds-out the Top Ten with $2 million for Sony Pictures, a five-week total of $76.3 million.
#BOXOFFICE: “TOY STORY 4” PLAYS WITH COMPETITION
TOY STORY 4 plays with the competition in its opening, earning $118 million from 4,575 theatres across North American for Disney. Reviews are outstanding for this latest installment in the Franchise, pulling-in 98% on the Tomatometer and an A CinemaScore from Audiences. This records a best for the Series, topping 2019’s TOY STORY 3 which opened with $110 million. This positions the Animated Feature for the third-best opening of all time for an Animated Film, behind last year’s INCREDIBLES 2 and its $182 million opening.
Opening in second is CHILD’S PLAY with $14 million for United Artists Releasing/Elevation Pictures from 3,007 theatres. It gets a passing 60% on the Tomatometer and a C+ CinemaScore from Audiences.
In third is last week’s champ MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL, landing with $12 million, a total $54 million over two weeks for Sony Pictures.
In fourth is THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS 2 with $11.8 million, a three week total of $119 million domestically for Universal Pictures.
SHAFT rounds things out in its debut for Warner Bros. with $3.4 million, a two-week total of $14 million.
#BOXOFFICE: “MEN IN BLACK” CLAIMS TOP SPOT IN OPENING
MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL debuts atop the Box Office with $26.3 million from 4,224 theatres for Sony Pictures. Franchise best still belongs to 2012’s MIB3 opening with $54 million. This installment which introduces Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth, gets 24% on the Tomatometer and a B CinemaScore.
THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS 2 still goes strong in second with $23.7 million from 4,564 theatres for Universal Pictures. Over two weeks it has made $91.9 million in North America.
In third is ALADDIN with $17.1 million, four-week tally of $263.8 million domestically for Disney.
SHAFT debuts in seventh with $$7.1 million from 2,952 theatres for Warner Bros. It gets 35% on the Tomatometer and an A CinemaScore.
LATE NIGHT makes its Top Ten debut in ninth with $4.7 million for Amazon Studios/eOne Films, expanding to 2,218 theatres. It gets an 81% on the Tomatometer and a B+ CinemaScore.
MA rounds things out with $3.8 million for Universal Pictures, a three week total of $40.5 million.