Sunday, May 20, 2018

Deadpool 2 Easily Takes Weekend with $125 million


The Merc with the mouth is back, as the R-Rated comic book flick, Deadpool 2 easily dominated the weekend with $125 million.  Although, slightly down from the original Deadpool's $132.4 million, it managed to pull in an R-rated record of $176 million overseas.  Deadpool 2 has an early worldwide total of $301 million.

The past few weekend's number one movie, Avengers: Infinity War, took somewhat of a hit as it slipped to 2nd place ($28.7 million). However, it's already made $595 million domestically and $1.2 billion overseas.  It has a worldwide total of $1.8 billion, making it the 4th highest grossing movie of all time.  There is a good possibility that Infinity War will pass Star Wars: The Force Awakens' $2.068 billion for 3rd place.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Deadpool 2 
2) Avengers: Infinity War 
3) Book Club
4) Life of the Party
5) Breaking In
6) Show Dogs
7) Overboard
8) A Quiet Place
9) Rampage
10) RBG
$125 million
$28.7 million
$12.5 million
$7.7 million
$6.5 million
$6 million
$4.7 million
$4 million
$1.5 million
$1.3 million
$125 million
$595 million
$12.5 million
$29.6 million
$28.8 million
$6 million
$37 million
$176.2 million
$92.4 million
$3.9 million
$110 million
$300 million
$10 million
$30 million
$6 million
n/a
$12 million
$17 million
$120 million
n/a



Thursday, May 17, 2018

Deadpool 2 vs Book Club vs Avengers: Infinity War

Deadpool 2 is set to dethrone Avengers: Infinity War from the top spot.

Deadpool 2
Hit Factor: Sequel to Deadpool.
Flop Factor: n/a
Photo:


Book Club
Hit Factor: Reverse target audience of the top two films in theaters.
Flop Factor: Have you seen the trailer?
Photo:


My Predictions:

Movie
Deadpool 2
Avengers: Infinity War
Book Club
Life of the Party
Breaking In
Weekend Gross (millions)
$150
$30
$9
$8
$8











Sunday, May 13, 2018

Avengers: Infinity War Nabs Third Weekend in a Row with $62 million

The Marvel film, Avengers: Infinity War easily held on to the top spot for the third weekend in a row ($61.8 million), helping it's domestic total grow to $546.8 million.  Overseas, it grew even bigger as it debuted in China to $200 million (which apparently is the second biggest debut for a film outside of China) just behind The Fate of the Furious.  This brings it's overseas total to $1.06 billion and worldwide total of $1.6 billion. So, it has become the highest grossing superhero pic of all time, worldwide, beating the original The Avengers' $1.52 billion take.  Infinity War now hovers at 5th of all time and should quickly slip into Jurassic World's 4th place which is less than $70 million away.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Avengers: Infinity War 
2) Life of the Party
3) Breaking In
4) Overboard
5) A Quiet Place
6) I Feel Pretty
7) Rampage
8) Tully
9) Black Panther
10) RBG
$61.8 million
$18.5 million
$16.5 million
$10.1 million
$6.4 million
$3.7 million
$3.4 million
$2.2 million
$1.9 million
$1.7 million
$547.8 million
$18.5 million
$16.5 million
$29.6 million
$169.6 million
$43.9 million
$89.7 million
$6.9 million
$696.2 million
$2 million
$300 million
$30 million
$6 million
$12 million
$17 million
$32 million
$120 million
n/a
$200 million
n/a



Thursday, May 10, 2018

Life of the Party vs Breaking In vs Avengers: Infinity War

Avengers: Infinity War to three-peat this weekend.

Life of the Party
Hit Factor: Melissa McCarthy?
Flop Factor: Her movies outside the Paul Feig directed ones, don't usually do to well.
Photo:

Breaking In
Hit Factor: Slow weekend for newcomers.
Flop Factor: Needs strong word of mouth as it might get lost in the onslaught of upcoming Summer films.
Photo:


My Predictions:

Movie
Avengers: Infinity War
Life of the Party
Breaking In
Overboard
A Quiet Place
Weekend Gross (millions)
$65
$16
$14
$9
$5









Sunday, May 6, 2018

Avengers: Infinity War Crushes 2nd Weekend with $112.5 million

The latest in the Marvel saga, Avengers: Infinity War, easily remained on top the box office this weekend with $112.5 in it's second weekend.  Though, it doesn't beat 2nd weekend record holder Star Wars: The Force Awakens' $149.2 million, it surpassed Black Panther's $111.7 million second weekend for second place (in second weekend, confused?).

Worldwide, Infinity War continues to break records as it is now the fastest movie to hit the $1 billion mark.  It took 11 days to surpass that milestone as The Force Awakens did in 12.  Infinity War has made $1.164 billion worldwide, so far.

As for newcomer, the remake Overboard, debuted to a better than expected $14.8 million for second place.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Avengers: Infinity War 
2) Overboard
3) A Quiet Place
4) I Feel Pretty
5) Rampage
6) Tully
7) Black Panther
8) Truth or Dare
9) Super Troopers 2
10) Bad Samaritan
$112.5 million
$14.8 million
$7.6 million
$4.9 million
$4.6 million
$3.2 million
$3.1 million
$1.9 million
$1.8 million
$1.8 million
$450.8 million
$14.8 million
$159.9 million
$37.8 million
$84.8 million
$3.2 million
$693.1 million
$38.2 million
$25.5 million
$1.8 million
$300 million
$12 million
$17 million
$32 million
$120 million
n/a
$200 million
$3.5 million
$13.5 million
n/a



Thursday, May 3, 2018

Avengers: Infinity War to Conquer Second Weekend

With a few movies opening to a moderately wide release (Bad Samaritan, Overboard, and Tully are all opening below 1800 theaters) Avengers: Infinity War should easily dominate it's second weekend of release.  It is also in prime spot to surpass Star Wars: A Force Awakens' $149 million second weekend record.



My Predictions:

Movie
Avengers: Infinity War
Overboard
A Quiet Place
I Feel Pretty
Tully
Weekend Gross (millions)
$150
$11
$9
$5
$4









Sunday, April 29, 2018

Avengers: Infinity War Obliterates the Box Office with $250 million debut

An obliterating weekend it was as Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War's record breaking $250 million domestic debut, bested previous record holder Star Wars: A Force Awaken's $248 million set 3 years ago.  It has also broke The Fate of the Furious' $541.9 million global opening with a record $630 million worldwide.  Yes, it's breaking a lot of records. It also apparently had the biggest Saturday of all time ($83 million) domestically too.

Over the next couple weeks, there isn't much competition for the film... so it should remain on top for quite awhile.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Avengers: Infinity War 
2) A Quiet Place
3) I Feel Pretty
4) Rampage
5) Black Panther
6) Super Troopers 2
7) Truth or Dare
8) Blockers
9) Ready Player One
10) Traffik
$250 million
$10.7 million
$8.1 million
$7.1 million
$4.4 million
$3.6 million
$3.2 million
$2.9 million
$2.4 million
$1.6 million
$250 million
$148.2 million
$29.6 million
$77.9 million
$688 million
$22.1 million
$35.3 million
$53.2 million
$130.7 million
$6.8 million
$300 million
$17 million
$32 million
$120 million
$200 million
$13.5 million
$3.5 million
$21 million
$175 million
$4 million



Thursday, April 26, 2018

Avengers: Infinity War Set to Break Box Office Records

The Summer movie season kicks off one week earlier as Avengers: Infinity War explodes into theaters this weekend.

Avengers: Infinity War
Hit Factor: 10 years of Marvel movies have been gearing up for this adventure.
Flop Factor: no
Photo:



My Predictions:

Movie
Avengers: Infinity War
A Quiet Place
Rampage
I Feel Pretty
Super Troopers 2
Weekend Gross (millions)
$250
$15
$10
$10
$7









Sunday, April 22, 2018

A Quiet Place Retakes Box Office with $22 million

The John Krasinski directed monster horror flick, A Quiet Place, retook the top spot at the box office this weekend with $22 million.  So far, the breakout hit film, has grossed $132.4 million domestically and $75 million overseas.  It has a worldwide total of $207.2 million.

Last weekend's number one, Rampage, slipped to 2nd place with $21 million, where it has $66 million domestically.  Overseas, it's faring a lot better with $216 million, helping it's worldwide total grow to $283 million.

Newcomers, I Feel Pretty ($16.2 million) and Super Troopers 2 ($14.7 million) settled for 3rd and 4th place... both of which did slightly ahead of predictions.

Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One continues to do well (more so overseas), as it's worldwide total crossed the $500 million mark to $521.6 million.  It's domestic take stands at $126.2 million, while it's foreign take is $395.4 million.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) A Quiet Place
2) Rampage
3) I Feel Pretty
4) Super Troopers 2
5) Truth or Dare
6) Ready Player One
7) Blockers
8) Black Panther
9) Traffik
10) Isle of Dogs
$22 million
$21 million
$16.2 million
$14.7 million
$7.9 million
$7.5 million
$7 million
$4.6 million
$3.9 million
$3.4 million
$132.4 million
$66.6 million
$16.2 million
$14.7 million
$30.4 million
$126.2 million
$48.3 million
$681.1 million
$3.9 million
$24.3 million
$17 million
$120 million
$32 million
$13.5 million
$3.5 million
$175 million
$21million
$200 million
$4 million
n/a



Thursday, April 19, 2018

Super Troopers 2 vs I Feel Pretty

A couple new movies open this April weekend.

Super Troopers 2
Hit Factor: Sequel to a cult hit.
Flop Factor: Seems like too long of a time coming.
Photo:


I Feel Pretty
Hit Factor: Amy Schumer?
Flop Factor: Buzz seems fairly low for this film.
Photo:



My Predictions:

Movie
A Quiet Place
Rampage
Super Troopers 2
I Feel Pretty
Truth or Dare 
Weekend Gross (millions)
$21
$19
$13
$13
$9








Sunday, April 15, 2018

Rampage Edges out A Quiet Place with $34.5 million Weekend

The Rock's star power helped Rampage ($34.5 million) crush through it's mediocre reviews and edge out A Quiet Place ($32.6 million).   Overseas, The Rock's star power is even stronger, as Rampage grossed $114.1 million and $55 million from China alone.  It has an early worldwide total of $148.6 million.

Speaking of (oh, use our soft voices so they don't hear us) A Quiet Place, it held strong in second place with $32.6 million. Only a 35% drop from last weekend, which is amazing for a horror/thriller flick.  It sits a tick under $100 million domestically.

Despite having major competition from A Quiet Place, Blumhouse's Truth or Dare surprisingly squeaked out a hefty $19.1 million. With it's reported budget sitting at $3.5 million, this movie is already hugely successful.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Rampage
2) A Quiet Place
3) Truth or Dare
4) Ready Player One
5) Blockers
6) Black Panther
7) Isle of Dogs
8) I Can Only Imagine 
9) Acrimony
10) Chappaquiddick
$34.5 million
$32.6 million
$19.1 million
$11.2 million
$10.3 million
$5.3 million
$5 million
$3.8 million
$3.7 million
$3 million
$34.5 million
$99.6 million
$19.1 million
$114.6 million
$36.9 million
$673.8 million
$18.5 million
$75 million
$37.8 million
$11 million
$120 million
$17 million
$3.5 million
$175 million
$21 million
$200 million
n/a
$7 million
$20 million
n/a



Thursday, April 12, 2018

Rampage vs Truth or Dare vs Isle of Dogs

A few new movies hit theaters this April weekend.

Rampage
Hit Factor: Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson.
Flop Factor: Movies based off of video games haven't done that well lately.
Photo:


Truth or Dare
Hit Factor: another Blumhouse production.
Flop Factor: This is unfortunately in the shadow of A Quiet Place.
Photo:


Isle of Dogs
Hit Factor: A Wes Anderson stop motion flick.
Flop Factor: Despite how great his movies are, it's still a niche audience.
Photo:




My Predictions:

Movie
Rampage
A Quiet Place
Ready Player One
Blockers
Truth or Dare 
Weekend Gross (millions)
$40
$30
$15
$14
$10








Sunday, April 8, 2018

A Quiet Place Crushes Box Office with $50 Million Debut

Word of mouth quickly propelled the horror/thriller flick, A Quiet Place (a movie that no one was really paying attention to a week ago), to the tune of $50 million. From actor-turned-director John Krasinski, this $17 million budgeted movie is already a success and will most likely have strong legs in the coming weeks as the buzz spreads.

Spielberg's Ready Player One dropped to second with $25.1 million.  At 40%, it wasn't as much of a drop as some were expecting. Overseas, it's doing even better as it already made $294 million... $161 million in China alone. Worldwide, it stands at $391.3 million.

The comedy Blockers, finished in a strong 3rd place with $21.4 million. Which already matches it's $21 million budget.

In other news, Black Panther ($665.4 million) surpassed Titanic ($659.4), to become the 3rd highest grossing movie ever domestically.  Worldwide, it's $1.3 billion is at the heals of Star Wars: The Last Jedi's $1.334 billion for 9th place.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) A Quiet Place
2) Ready Player One
3) Blockers
4) Black Panther
5) I Can Only Imagine
6) Acrimony
7) Chappaquiddick
8) Sherlock Gnomes 
9) Pacific Rim Uprising
10) Isle of Dogs 
$50 million
$25.1 million
$21.4 million
$8.4 million
$8.4 million
$8.1 million
$6.2 million
$5.6 million
$4.9 million
$4.6 million
$50 million
$96.9 million
$21.4 million
$665.4 million
$69.1 million
$31.4 million
$6.2 million
$33.9 million
$54.9 million
$12.1 million
$17 million
$175 million
$21 million
$200 million
$7 million
$20 million
n/a
$59 million
$150 million
n/a



Thursday, April 5, 2018

A Quiet Place vs Blockers vs The Miracle Season vs Chappaquiddick

A few new movies hit theaters this April weekend.

A Quiet Place
Hit Factor: Very Positive early reviews (98% Tomatometer)
Flop Factor: Needs word of mouth (and it looks like it's getting it).
Photo:


Blockers
Hit Factor: Surprisingly getting good reviews (89% Tomatometer)
Flop Factor: Marketing seems a bit on the low end.
Photo:


The Miracle Season
Hit Factor: Feel good drama.
Flop Factor: Trailer looks like a by-the-numbers feel good drama.
Photo:


Chappaquiddick
Hit Factor: Positive early reviews (77% Tomatometer)
Flop Factor: Seems more of a wait for video kind of movie.
Photo:





My Predictions:

Movie
A Quiet Place
Ready Player One
Blockers
Acrimony
Black Panther 
Weekend Gross (millions)
$30
$18
$18
$9
$8








Sunday, April 1, 2018

Ready Player One Top Box Office with $41 Million

Steven Spielberg's latest flick, based on the popular novel of the same name, Ready Player One, easily topped the box office this weekend with $41.2 million. This marks Spielberg's biggest opening since 2008's Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of Crystal Skull ($100.1 million). Don't get your hopes up yet, as it's budget reportedly cost $175 million. With that said, it opened pretty well overseas, with $128 million... $61.7 million coming from China.  Worldwide, Ready Player One has grossed $181.2 million, so far.

Tyler Perry's Acrimony came in second this weekend with $17.1 million.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Ready Player One
2) Acrimony
3) Black Panther
4) I Can Only Imagine
5) Pacific Rim Uprising
6) Sherlock Gnomes
7) Love, Simon
8) Tomb Raider  
9) A Wrinkle in Time
10) Paul, Apostle of Christ 
$41.2 million
$17.1 million
$11.3 million
$10.8 million
$9.2 million
$7 million
$4.8 million
$4.7 million
$4.7 million
$3.5 million
$53.2 million
$17.1 million
$650.7 million
$55.6 million
$45.7 million
$22.8 million
$32.1 million
$50.5 million
$83.3 million
$11.5 million
$175 million
$20 million
$200 million
$7 million
$150 million
$59 million
$17 million
$94 million
$100 million
$5 million



Thursday, March 29, 2018

Ready Player One vs Acrimony vs God's Not Dead 3

Spielberg returns to blockbuster status?

Ready Player One
Hit Factor: Spielberg directing a Sci-Fi young adult novel.
Flop Factor: His last big-budget film (The BFG) didn't exactly do too well.
Photo:


Acrimony
Hit Factor: Tyler Perry's name is in the title of the film.
Flop Factor: Why is his name in the title of the film?
Photo:


God's Not Dead: A Light in Dark
Hit Factor: A faith-based film coming out on Easter weekend.
Flop Factor: I Can Only Imagine is still doing well in theaters.
Photo:


My Predictions:

Movie
Ready Player One
Pacific Rim Uprising
Black Panther
Acrimony
I Can Only Imagine 
Weekend Gross (millions)
$45
$14
$12
$12
$8








Sunday, March 25, 2018

Pacific Rim: Uprising Tops Box Office with $28 million

In what maybe considered a rather tepid opening for a movie that reportedly cost $150 million, Pacific Rim: Uprising easily topped the box office with $28 million.  The real reason this movie was greenlit was it's overseas market, where it managed to gross $122.5 million... $65 million from China alone... for a worldwide debut of $150.5 million.

Black Panther had to settle for second place, with $16.7 million.  It now has a domestic total of $630.9 million... making it the highest grossing superhero film domestically.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Pacific Rim: Uprising
2) Black Panther
3) I Can Only Imagine 
4) Sherlock Gnomes
5) Tomb Raider
6) A Wrinkle in Time
7) Love, Simon
8) Paul, Apostle of Christ   
9) Game Night
10) Midnight Sun
$28 million
$16.7 million
$13.8 million
$10.6 million
$10.4 million
$8 million
$7.8 million
$5 million
$4.2 million
$4.1 million
$605.4 million
$630.9 million
$38.3 million
$10.6 million
$41.7 million
$73.9 million
$23.7 million
$5 million
$60.8 million
$4.1 million
$150 million
$200 million
$7 million
$59 million
$94 million
$100 million
$17 million
$5 million
$37 million
n/a



Thursday, March 22, 2018

Pacific Rim: Uprising vs Sherlock Gnomes vs Black Panther

Can Black Panther top the box office for 6 weekends in a row?

Pacific Rim: Uprising
Hit Factor: I guess the original was good enough to spawn a sequel.
Flop Factor: I'm not even sure the first film even made a profit.
Photo:


Sherlock Gnomes
Hit Factor: I guess the original was good enough to spawn a sequel.
Flop Factor: You know what, Gnomeo and Juliet actually did turn somewhat of a profit: $194 million worldwide total against it's $36 million budget.
Photo:


Midnight Sun
Hit Factor: Umm
Flop Factor: Not sure what this movie is.
Photo:


Paul, Apostle of Christ
Hit Factor: Last weekend's release of another faith-based film over performed, so this might too.
Flop Factor: There's another faith-based movie coming out next weekend, that could take it's buzz.
Photo:



My Predictions:

Movie
Pacific Rim: Uprising
Black Panther
Tomb Raider
Sherlock Gnomes
Paul, Apostle of Christ 
Weekend Gross (millions)
$24
$18
$13
$13
$10








Sunday, March 18, 2018

Black Panther defeats Tomb Raider with $27 Million

Yes, this marks the fifth consecutive weekend that Black Panther has topped the box office.  It is the only movie since Avatar to make that claim.  Domestically, Black Panther ($605.4 million) is closing in on The Avengers ($623 million) to become this biggest comic book movie. Worldwide, Black Panther has grossed $1.128 billion.

As for Tomb Raider, it fell a bit short ($23.5 million) of expectations.  On the plus side, this $94 million pic already grossed $102 million overseas for an early worldwide total of $126 million.

In a surprise this weekend, the faith-based movie, I Can Only Imagine, snuck into the top 3 with $17.1 million.  This is good news for Roadside Attractions, since it reportedly cost only $7 million.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Black Panther
2) Tomb Raider
3) I Can Only Imagine 
4) A Wrinkle in Time
5) Love, Simon
6) Game Night
7) Peter Rabbit
8) Strangers: Prey at Night  
9) Red Sparrow
10) Death Wish
$27 million
$23.5 million
$17.1 million
$16.6 million
$11.5 million
$5.6 million
$5.2 million
$4.8 million
$4.5 million
$3.4 million
$605.4 million
$23.5 million
$17.1 million
$61.1 million
$11.5 million
$54.2 million
$102.4 million
$18.6 million
$39.6 million
$30 million
$200 million
$94 million
$7 million
$100 million
$17 million
$37 million
$50 million
$5 million
$69 million
$30 million



Thursday, March 15, 2018

Tomb Raider vs Love, Simon vs Black Panther

Can Black Panther hold on to the top spot for 5 weeks in a row?

Tomb Raider
Hit Factor: Lara Croft has her fans.
Flop Factor: They had a chance to do something different with this series.
Photo:


Love, Simon
Hit Factor: Positive early reviews (88% Tomatometer).
Flop Factor: Needs a bit more marketing.
Photo:




My Predictions:

Movie
Tomb Raider
Black Panther
A Wrinkle in Time
Love, Simon
Red Sparrow
Weekend Gross (millions)
$25
$24
$16
$9
$6








Sunday, March 11, 2018

Black Panther Tops 4th Weekend in a Row with $41.1 million

It was Disney vs Disney this weekend as Black Panther ($41.1 million) easily defeated A Wrinkle in Time ($33.3 million).  That puts Black Panther's domestic total to $562 million.  Overseas, it debuted in China with $66.5 million, bringing it's overseas total to $516.6 million.  Yes, it's worldwide total is $1.08 billion.

As for the Disney newcomer, A Wrinkle in Time, it's $33.3 million is a bit underwhelming, considering the hype and marketing surrounding this film.  It was most likely hurt by it's mediocre reviews.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Black Panther
2) A Wrinkle in Time 
3) Strangers: Prey at Night 
4) Red Sparrow
5) Game Night
6) Peter Rabbit
7) Death Wish
8) The Hurricane Heist 
9) Annihilation 
10) Jumanji
$41.1 million
$33.3 million
$10.5 million
$8.2 million
$7.9 million
$6.8 million
$6.6 million
$3.2 million
$3.2 million
$2.8 million
$562 million
$33.3 million
$10.5 million
$31.1 million
$45 million
$93.5 million
$23.9 million
$3.2 million
$26.1 million
$397.3 million
$200 million
$103 million
$5 million
$69 million
$37 million
$50 million
$30 million
$35 million
$40 million
$90 million



Thursday, March 8, 2018

A Wrinkle in Time vs Black Panther vs Strangers 2 vs The Hurricane Heist vs Gringo

It's Disney vs Disney this weekend as A Wrinkle in Time goes up against Black Panther. Oh, and a bunch of other movies no one's heard of hits theaters.

A Wrinkle in Time
Hit Factor: Disney taking on a popular book.
Flop Factor: We'll see if this is a start to another franchise.
Photo:

Gringo
Hit Factor: Wait, this has David Oyelowo, Charlize Theron and Amanda Seyfried?
Flop Factor: Despite those name actors, I haven't heard of this film.
Photo:

The Strangers: Prey At Night
Hit Factor: This is a sequel... so, the first film was good enough to spawn a sequel.
Flop Factor: A sequel to a film I haven't heard of.
Photo:

The Hurricane Heist
Hit Factor: A half a billion dollar heist during a hurricane.
Flop Factor: Umm...
Photo:




My Predictions:

Movie
A Wrinkle in Time
Black Panther
Red Sparrow
The Strangers 2
Death Wish
Weekend Gross (millions)
$45
$40
$9
$7
$6








Sunday, March 4, 2018

Black Panther Tops Third Weekend with $65.7 million

Black Panther easily dominated the box office for the third weekend in a row with $65.7 million.  It so far, has grossed $501.1 million domestically and sits behind The Avengers ($623.4 million) and The Dark Knight ($534.9 million) for the biggest comic book movie on this side of the pond. Overseas, Black Panther grossed $56.2 million and has a worldwide total of $897.8 million.

In other news, the-not-Black-Widow-movie-about-a-female-Russian-spy, Red Sparrow, debuted to $17 million and the remake Death Wish, debuted to $13 million.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Black Panther
2) Red Sparrow
3) Death Wish
4) Game Night
5) Peter Rabbit
6) Annihilation
7) Jumanji
8) Fifty Shades Freed  
9) The Greatest Showman 
10) Every Day
$65.7 million
$17 million
$13 million
$10.7 million
$10 million
$5.7 million
$4.5 million
$3.3 million
$2.7 million
$1.6 million
$501.1 million
$17 million
$13 million
$33.5 million
$84.1 million
$20.6 million
$393.2 million
$95.6 million
$164.6 million
$5.2 million
$200 million
$69 million
$30 million
$37 million
$50 million
$40 million
$90 million
$55 million
$84 million
$4.9 million