Glass Wins Box Office Three-peat Over Dismal Super Bowl Weekend
The Super Bowl Weekend is usually a pretty tough time for the box office, but this year is the worst the big game at 19 years old. Mr. Night Shyamalan Glass wins his third consecutive weekend, with $ 9.5 million. Worldwide, the film is around $ 200 million, which already proves to be a huge success since it only costs $ 20 million to produce. However, it is unclear how much money has been injected into this massive promotional campaign.
Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston The Upside took second place again. The comedy earned $ 8.8 million in its fourth week at the box office. The film has brought in just over $ 81 million worldwide, with the majority coming from North America. Miss Bala came in third for her first weekend with $ 6.7 million. The action thriller is based on the 2011 Mexican film of the same name and is performed by Gina Rodriguez.
The number four this weekend is Aquaman. Arthur Curry's independent film grossed $ 4.7 million and recently broke the $ 1.1 billion mark globally. The project led by James Wan has now reported a national total of $ 323.5 million. Arriving just behind Aquaman corresponds to Spider-Man: Towards the Spider-Verse gaining $ 4.4 million, which was enough to occupy fifth place. The movie Sony and Marvel was named Best Animated Feature Film of 2018 at the 46th annual Annie Awards, where he swept the seven categories in which he was nominated.
Green Book took sixth place this weekend after raising $ 4.3 million. The Oscars have helped the film to be in the top ten in recent weeks. This brings the national total to $ 55.8 million. With regard to number seven, this position goes back to The kid who would be king with $ 4.2 million, down from number four last week. Despite positive reviews, the Fox movie could lose up to $ 50 million when all would be said.
A dog at home earned $ 3.5 million this weekend, which was enough to win. number eight place. Since its theatrical release four weeks ago, the family adventure film has won $ 50.9 million worldwide. Sony's thriller Escape Room takes the ninth place with $ 2.9 million. And the tenth place on the weekend is Peter Jackson's documentary "They Will not Grow," dedicated to the First World War, which brought in $ 2.4 million. To learn more about this weekend, go to the Mojo Box Office.
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