September 29, 2019
Universal finished at the top of the weekend box office once again this year with its animated adventure Disgusting while also taking second position with Focus ] Downtown Abbey is now in its second weekend. Meanwhile, Roadside has seen strong performance since its release on Judy providing first ten performance with moderate release, while holdups such as Hustlers and It: Chapter 2nd ran in strong and the fourth weekend, respectively.
At the top of the box office is the Universal animation title for the animated animation title of DreamWorks Animation and Pearl Studio Abominable debuted with $ 20.85 million . While it doesn't say much about this year's ranking of original animated titles, the show really is the biggest reveal for an original animated film in 201
I mean, with a $ 75 million price tag Disgusting there is still some work to do, and with the Adams family just around the corner, they will have to work fast, at least in the home box office. The movie really earned CinemaScore "A" from the audience on opening day and 96% of the RottenTomatoes audience, which could do well for its holding potential. The movie played on a crowd that was 56% female.
Internationally, after opening several markets last weekend, Gushnaya is now playing in 30 overseas territories, bringing in about $ 8.8 million this weekend. The leading way was the opening of $ 1.98 million in Mexico, followed by a $ 1.45 million weekend in Brazil. The film still has several markets that have not yet opened, including Italy and Russia next weekend.
Universal is also enjoying second place with the release of Focus Features Abbey which followed a strong debut with a solid sophomore frame, bringing in approximately $ 14.5 million pushing the movie is over $ 58.5 million. The show turns the movie into the fifth largest edition of Focus of all time in just ten days. The film also added another $ 10 million internationally, totaling $ 48.6 million and a worldwide total, which now stands at an impressive $ 107.1 million.
STX & # 39; s Hustlers enjoyed an excellent third weekend in release, sinking just -32% for the approximately $ 11.47 million three-day and home-grown idol that now counts over $ 80 million. Hustlers is now the third largest STX release of all time and will soon become the studio's third movie to raise $ 100 million in the home box office. The movie also added another $ 3 million internationally this weekend for an international coupon, a shy $ 15 million and a worldwide sum that could exceed $ 95 million.
In fourth position, Warner Bros. and New Line & # 39; s He: Chapter Two also had a great weekend, sinking just -32% to enter his fourth week in release with a estimated [$ $ 10.4 million . The show gives the film a $ 193.9 million home run while pushing it to $ 200 million. Internationally, the movie added another $ 11 million this weekend, giving it a total of $ 223.5 million overseas and $ 417.4 million worldwide.
Rounding out the top five is Fox's Ad Astra which dropped -47% when it entered its second week of issue. The execution resulted in a three-day $ 10.1 million home remedy, which now stands at $ 35.5 million. The film also added another $ 18 million this weekend from 50 markets for $ 53.5 million international kum and $ 89 million global total.
Just outside the top five, finishing in seventh place is Judy of Roadside. Star Renee Zellweger debuted in only 461 theaters with an impressive $ 3.09 million . To go along with the presentation, the movie received CinemaScore "A-" from the audience on opening day, of which 60% are women, with 79% being 35 or older. The movie will expand even more next weekend.
In Limited Edition Swen & # 39; s Nothing to Lose 2 opened with approximately $ 5801,184 in 97 places ($ 5,981 PTA) and Well Go & # 39 ; s (19459006] First Love ) Approximately $ 24 150 Two Seats.
Next weekend, you'll see the much talked about Warner Bros. talk about The Joker opening in over 4,000 locations.
You can check all the predicted results for this weekend right here and we will update our charts with updated weekend data on Monday afternoon.
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