THE LEGO MOVIE 2: THE SECOND PART builds upon the success of its Franchise with a number one debut this weekend at the Box Office. It opens with $33.4 million from 4,303 theatres for Warner Bros. It gets 84% on the Tomatometer. The first installment opened in 2014 with $69 million.
In second is Rom-Com WHAT MEN WANT starring Taraji P. Henson with a great $18.8 million from 2,912 theatres for Paramount Pictures. It gets 47% on the Tomatometer.
In third with $10.2 million from 2,630 theatres is a debuting COLD PURSUIT, a Remake of Norwegian Film InOrder of Disappearance, starring Liam Neeson. It gets 74% on the Tomatometer for Lionsgate Films/Elevation Pictures.
THE UPSIDE slips to fourth this weekend with a still solid $7.1 million in its fifth week, bringing its total to $85.6 million in North America. STXEntertainment/Elevation Pictures release the remake of French Blockbuster The Intouchables.
MISS BALA rounds things out with $$2.6 million for Sony Pictures, a two-week total of $11.7 million.
It’s clear! GLASS tops of the Box Office decisively in its opening. The latest from M. Night Shyamalan which sees characters from his previous successes Unbreakable and Split, debuts with $42.8 million from 3,841 theatres for Universal Pictures. It gets a 35% on the Tomatometer and a B CinemaScore.
In second is last week’s champ THE UPSIDE with $15.3 million from 3,320 theatres, proving a highly-bankable venture from STX Entertainment/Elevation Pictures. In two weeks, it has made $46.9 million.
AQUAMAN still is going strong in third with $10.3 million for Warner Bros., a five week tally of $304.6 million in North America.
A DOG’S WAY HOME lands in fourth with $$7.6 million for Sony Pictures, a total of $24 million over two weeks domestically.
DRAGON BALL SUPER: BROLY debuts in sixth with $6.6 million for FUNimation Films, from 500 theatres with a release both sides of the border. It gets 79% on the Tomatometer.
ON THE BASIS OF SEX rounds-out the Top Ten with $3.9 million from 1,957 theatres for FocusFeatures/Universal Pictures. It has grossed $17.6 million over four weeks in these parts.
THE UPSIDE lands on top of the Box Office with $19.1 million, a first ever for STX Entertainment. Starring Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston, the Remake of French crowd-pleaser The Intouchables, opens in 3,080 theatres. It is released in Canada by Elevation Pictures. It gets an A CinemaScore and 39% on the Tomatometer.
AQUAMAN slips to third this weekend with $15.5 million, bringing its four-week tally to $286 million for Warner Bros. in North America.
In third is A DOGS WAY HOME with $11.2 million from 3,090 theatres for Sony Pictures. It gets 61% on the Tomatometer and an A- CinemaScore.
ESCAPE ROOM lands in fourth with $8.4 million, bringing its two-week tally to 31.9 million for Sony Pictures.
ON THE BASIS OF SEX expands to 1,213 theatres with $6 million for Focus Features/Universal Pictures, placing it in sixth, a three week total of $10.3 million.
VICE rounds things out in tenth with $3.3 million, a total $36 million for Annapurna Pictures/eOne Films.