Universal’s Halloween reboot took the top spot at the weekend box office for the second straight weekend. The film took in another $32 million over the weekend to give it a two week total of $126.7 million leading into Halloween week.
The top four films of last week all repeated in order this weekend. Warner Bros.’ A Star is Born took the #2 spot for a fourth straight week with an estimated $14.1 million at the domestic box office. The Lady Gaga starrer has taken in an estimated $148.7 million in its four weeks of release. Sony and Marvel’s Venom took the #3 spot again with another $10.8 million. The antihero flick has taken in approximately $187.2 in four weeks at the domestic box office and another $321 million in international markets.
Sony Pictures’ Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween earned another $7.5 million for a fourth place finish again in its third weekend.
Rounding out the top five is new release Hunter Killer from LionsGate/Summit. The action film starring Gerard Butler and Gary Oldman opened with a disappointing $6.7 million.
- Halloween (Universal) $32.0 million
- A Star is Born (Warner Bros.) $14.1 million
- Venom (Sony) $10.8 million
- Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween (Sony) $7.5 million
- Hunter Killer (LionsGate) $6.7 million
Next weekend sees several new releases including the comedy Nobody’s Fool from Paramount Pictures, the highly anticipated docudrama Bohemian Rhapsody from 20th Century Fox, and the fantasy adventure film The Nutcracker and the Four Realms from Disney.