A new box office weekend has gone by and for the first time in a while we actually have two new releases in the top two positions!
New releases Night School and Smallfoot, both small budget movies, one a PG-13 comedy and the other a family friendly animated film, managed to bring in well over $20 million for each film. And while this may seem small compared to higher blockbuster films seen in the summer, for these small autumn films this is a great start. By the end of their runs it is estimated that both will have made a decent amount of money. So start expecting sequels.
Nothing extravagant remains in the remaining top five other than Crazy Rich Asians has finally been knocked out after 7 weeks in the theater! That’s awesome!
If you want to see the full breakdown of the box office check out the list below!
No 1. Night School – $28,000,000 in its first weekend of release.
No 2. Smallfoot – $23,020,000 in its first weekend of release.
No 3. The House With A clock In Its Walls – $12,510,000. Bringing its total gross in its 2nd weekend to $44,765,225.
No 4. A Simple Favor – $6,600,000. Bringing its total gross in its 3rd weekend to $43,066,808.
No 5. The Nun – $5,435,000. Bringing its total gross in its 4th weekend to $109,018,048.
What do you think of these numbers? Did you see anything that didn’t make this list (i.e My Hero Academia: Two Heroes)? Leave a comment below and lets make a discussion about it.