Weekend Box Office Chart for September 27th to 29th

Cuteness finished atop the weekend box office with the animated adventure Abominable.

  1. Abominable $20.8 Total: $20.8
  2. Downton Abbey $14.5 Total: $58.5
  3. Hustlers $11.4 Total: $80.6
  4. It: Chapter Two $10.4 Total: $193.9
  5. Ad Astra $10.1 Total: $35.5
  6. Rambo: Last Blood $8.5 Total: $33.1
  7. Judy $3.0 Total: $3.0
  8. Good Boys $2.0 Total: $80.3
  9. The Lion King $1.6 Total: $540.0
  10. Angel has Fallen $1.5 Total: $67.1

Spider-Man is Back in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

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Spiderman Comic Panels Black T-Shirt

“The two studios are once again working together, with Tom Holland’s hero set to star in a Sony film produced by Marvel’s Kevin Feige, as well as in an MCU film.

Spider-Man is back in action. After publicly parting ways over a deal gone south, Disney/Marvel and Sony are back at the table and have struck a deal that would see Marvel produce another Spider-Man film for Sony. The new film even has a release date: July 16, 2021. Jon Watts, the filmmaker behind the previous two Spider-Man films, is in talks to direct.”

Money talks, but I’m ok with it on this one.

Hollywood Reporter has the full story.

Weekend Box Office Chart for September 20th to September 22nd

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Downton Abbey Keep Calm Bring Tea Baby Tee

You shouldn’t be shocked Downton Abbey is number one this week or that it was Focus Features largest opener ever. With an 84% on Rottentomatoes it’s a solid choice for fans of the series.

  1. Downton Abbey $31.0 total: $31.0
  2. Ad Astra $19.2 total: $19.2
  3. Rambo: Last Blood $19.0 total: $19.0
  4. It: Chapter Two $17.2 total: $179.1
  5. Hustlers $17.0 total: $62.5
  6. The Lion King $2.5 total: $537.5
  7. Good Boys $2.5 total: $77.3
  8. Angel has Fallen $2.4 total: $64.6
  9. Overcomer $1.5 total: $31.5
  10. Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw $1.4 total: $170.6

Weekend Box Office Chart for September 13th to September 15th

The Goldfinch… oh man that didn’t do so great. It also reviewed terrible so it’s not a huge surprise. Save your money on that one. It: Chapter Two had a strong showing and kept it’s #1 spot at the box office this past weekend.

  1. It: Chapter Two $40.7 Total: $153.8
  2. Hustlers $33.2 Total: $33.2
  3. Angel has Fallen $4.4 Total: $60.3
  4. Good Boys $4.2 Total: $73.3
  5. The Lion King $3.5 Total: $533.9
  6. Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw $2.7 Total: $168.3
  7. Overcomer $2.7 Total: $28.9
  8. The Goldfinch $2.6 Total: $2.6
  9. The Peanut Butter Falcon $1.9 Total: $15.0
  10. Dora and the Lost City of Gold $1.8 Total: $56.7

Weekend Box Office Chart for the week of September 8th to September 14th

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It the Movie Pennywise Say Hello T-Shirt

It: Chapter Two kicked off the massive fall box office season with a solid, $91 million debut this past weekend.

  1. It: Chapter Two $91.0 Total: $91.0
  2. Angel has Fallen $6.0 Total: $53.4
  3. Good Boys $5.3 Total: $66.8
  4. The Lion King $4.1 Total: $529.1
  5. Overcomer $3.7 Total: $24.7
  6. Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw $3.7 Total: $164.2
  7. The Peanut Butter Falcon $2.2 Total: $12.2
  8. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark $2.2 Total: $62.1
  9. Ready or Not $2.2 Total: $25.6
  10. Dora and the Lost City of Gold $2.1 Total: $54.1

Weekend Box Office Chart for August 23rd to August 25th

38% on Rotten Tomatoes, of course it is number #1 with a solid opening.

  1. Angel has Fallen $21.2 Total: $21.2
  2. Good Boys $11.7 Total: $42.0
  3. Overcomer $8.2 Total: $8.2
  4. The Lion King $8.1 Total: $510.6
  5. Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw $8.1 Total: $147.7
  6. Ready or Not $7.5 Total: $10.5
  7. The Angry Birds Movie 2 $6.3 Total: $27.0
  8. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark $6.0 Total: $50.4
  9. Dora and the Lost City of Gold $5.2 Total: $43.0
  10. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood $5.0 Total: $123.1