Paramount Pictures’ feature adaptation of Sega’s Sonic the Hedgehog held onto the number one spot at the box office over the weekend. The Blue Blur took in another $26.3 million to bring the film’s domestic cume to $106.6 million. Worldwide the film has taken in an estimated $203.1 million in two weeks of release.
Opening in the second place spot was 20th Century Studios’ (Disney) The Call of the Wild. The film opened with an estimated $24.8 million while Warner Bros.’ and DC Films’ Birds of Prey took in another $7.0 million and third place. Birds of Prey now has $173.7 million worldwide.
Rounding out the top five was STX Entertainment’s Brahms: The Boy II which debuted in fourth place and $5.9 million while Sony’s Bad Boys for Life took in another $5.86 million and fifth place.
- Sonic the Hedgehog (Paramount) $26.3 million
- The Call of the Wild (20th Century Studios) $24.8 million
- Birds of Prey (Warner Bros.) $7.0 million
- Brahms: The Boy II (STX Entertainment) $5.9 million
- Bad Boys for Life (Sony) $5.86 million
Next weekend will see wide releases from Universal Pictures with the thriller The Invisible Man. In limited release Searchlight Pictures will release the fantasy drama Wendy, Magnolia Pictures opens the crime comedy The Whistlers, while Indican Pictures will open the documentary Lost in America into limited release.