Universal’s feature Glass from M. Night Shyamalan took the top spot at the box office over the weekend in its debut. The superhero film landed an estimated $40.6 million, which is up slightly from the second film in the series. The film also opened in international markets with another $48.5 million.
Last weeks top film The Upside dropped to the second spot with an estimated $15.7 million. The film has earned approximately $43.9 million in two weeks.
Opening in the third spot was the anime film Dragon Ball Super: Broly from Funimation Films. It was the third best opening for an anime film in North America behind Pokemon: The First Movie and Pokemon: The Movie 2000 nearly twenty years ago. It was also the seventh widest release for an anime film.
Aquaman took the fourth spot with $10.3 million while Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse rounded out the top five with $7.3 million.
- Glass (Universal) $40.6 mil
- The Upside (STX) $15.7 mil
- Dragon Ball Super: Broly (Funimation) $10.7 mil
- Aquaman (Warner Bros) $10.3 mil
- Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse (Sony) $7.3 mil
Next weekend will see the fantasy film The Kid Who Would be King from 20th Century Fox hit theatres as well well as the thriller Serenity from Avrion.