Glass threepeated atop the weekend box office with another $9.5 million. The threequel had earned an estimated $88.6 million domestically so far with the worldwide gross nearing $200 million. Landing in the second spot was STX Entertainment’s The Upside. This was also The Upside’s third straight week at #2 and the film has generated $75.6 million domestically in four weeks.
New release Miss Bala from Sony / Columbia Pictures opened in the third spot over the weekend. The action flick took in an estimated $6.7 million. A soft opening to be sure, though with a modest $15 million budget the film is sure to get into the black very soon.
Rounding out the top five were two comic book adaptations. Warner Bros. and DC Films’ Aquaman remained in the top five with another $4.8 million in fourth place while Sony’s Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse held on to fifth spot and $4.4 million.
- Glass (Uni) $9.5 mil
- The Upside (STX) $8.9 mil
- Miss Bala (Sony) $6.7 mil
- Aquaman (WB) $4.8 mil
- Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse (Sony) $4.4 mil
This weekend will see the release of The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part from Warner Bros. Animation, What Men Want from Paramount Pictures, the horror film The Prodigy from Orion Pictures, and finally action-drama Cold Pursuit from Lionsgate/Summit.