Glass breaks the top of the Weekend Box Office

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.

  1. Glass (Universal) $40.6 mil
  2. The Upside (STX) $15.7 mil
  3. Dragon Ball Super: Broly (Funimation) $10.7 mil
  4. Aquaman (Warner Bros) $10.3 mil
  5. 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.

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