#BOXOFFICE: “SPIDER-MAN” HANGS ON TO TOP SPOT ONCE AGAIN
Once again, it’s all SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME, hanging-on to top spot again this weekend at the Box Office with $10.4 million from 3,675 theatres. This brings its domestic total to $735 million for Sony Pictures.
In second is SCREAM with $6.6 million for Paramount Pictures, from 3,518 theatres. This brings its total to $61.4 million over three weekends.
SING 2 is third with $4.7 million from 3,434 theatres for Universal Pictures, a total $134 million grossed.
REDEEMING LOVE lands in fourth with $1.8 million from 1,963 theatres, a total $6.5 million for Universal Pictures over two weeks.
THE KING’S MAN caps-off the Top Five with $1.6 million for 20th Century Studios from 2,440 theatres. It has made $33.9 million in its North American run to date.
#BOXOFFICE: “SPIDER-MAN” RECLAIMS TAKES TOP SPOT AGAIN IN TIGHT FINISH
The resilient SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME reclaims the #1 spot once again at the Box Office with $13.5 million from 3,705 theatres across North America for Sony Pictures, a total run of $720 million thus far.
SCREAM just misses a repeat at the top, bringing-in $11.7 million from 3,666 theates for Paramount Pictures. Over two weekends it has made $50.6 million.
SING 2 gets third with $8.2 million from 3,434 theatres for Universal Pictures, bringing its run to $128.2 million domestically.
REDEEMING LOVE opens in 1,903 theatres for Universal Pictures and debuts in fourth with $4 million. The Romance set against the backdrop of the California Gold Rush, gets 11% on the Tomatometer. It can be seen now where theatres are open in Canada.
In fifth is THE KING’S MAN wit $1.7 million for 20th Century Studios, a run of $31 million. The Film has been slotted for a February 18th release on Disney+.