Glass repeats atop the Weekend Box Office

Last week’s top three films stayed in the top three for a second weekend in a row.

Universal’s Glass dropped significantly in week two but still held onto the top spot with an estimated $19.0 million. Runner up last weekend in STX Entertainment’s The Upside dropped off slightly to take in another estimated $12.2 million.

After the weekend estimates last week Aquaman and Dragon Ball Super: Broly swapped places. Warner Bros.’ Aquaman took in $10.1 last weekend and another $7.35 million this weekend. Dragon Ball, dropped to fourth place after final tallys were counted and earned $9.8 million last weekend. This weekend the film dropped to 10th place with $3.6 million.

Newcomer The Kid Who Would be King from 20th Century Fox debuted at the #4 spot over the weekend with an estimated $7.25 million. Rounding out the top five is Sony’s Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse which stays in the top five after seven weeks of release. The animated superhero film took in another $6.2 million bringing its domestic total to $169 million.

  1. Glass (Universal) $19.0 million
  2. The Upside (STX) $12.2 million
  3. Aquaman (Warner Bros.) $7.35 million
  4. The Kid Who Would be King (20th Century Fox) $7.25 million
  5. Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse (Sony Pictures) $6.2 million

Next weekend will see the action thriller Miss Bala from Sony/Columbia Pictures hit theatres as well as Bleeker Street’s drama/thriller film Arctic.

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