Universal’s F9: The Fast Saga topped the box office for the second straight weekend. After opening with an estimated $70 million last week the film continued to dominate and took in another $24 million over the 4th of July holiday weekend. The film has taken in an estimated $500 million worldwide so far.
Universal Pictures opened two films with the family animated flick The Boss Baby: Family Business and thriller The Forever Purge. The animated film opened with an estimated $17.3 million while the Purge sequel took in $12.5 million.
Paramount Pictures’ thriller sequel A Quiet Place Part II dropped to fourth place in week six with another $4.2 million. The film has taken in $144.4 million domestically so far and $257.8 million worldwide.
Lionsgate’s film The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard dropped to fifth place in its third weekend with $3.0 million.
- F9: The Fast Saga (Universal) $24.0 million
- The Boss Baby: Family Business (Sony Pictures) $17.3 million
- The Forever Purge (Universal) $12.7 million
- A Quiet Place Part II (Paramount) $4.2 million
- The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard (Lionsgate) $3.0 million
Next weekend Disney and Marvel will finally bring Black Widow to theatres. The film will also simultaneously be available for premium rental on Disney+.
Elsewhere, while it technically released last week, Paramount’s The Tomorrow War was released on Amazon Prime Video.