The latest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe took the top spot at the weekend box office. Spider-Man: Far From Home, which closes out phase three of the MCU, opened with an estimated $93.6 million over the weekend. The film actually opened on Tuesday, and when you add in those receipts, the film’s six day total capped out at $185 million domestically. Adding in international cumes of $395 million the superhero flick has taken in approximately $580 million worldwide in one week.
In the number two spot was Disney and Pixar’s animated sequel Toy Story 4 which took in another $34.3 million. The animated film has take in $649 million worldwide in two weeks.
Last week’s number three film repeated in the slot with Universal’s Yesterday taking in another $10.7 million. That was followed up with Warner Bros./New Line Cinema’s horror film Annabelle Comes Home with another $9.7 million. Rounding out the top five was Disney’s Aladdin remake with another $7.6 million. The live action remake has taken in an estimated $921 million worldwide since release.
- Spider-Man: Far from Home (Sony) $93.6 mil
- Toy Story 4 (Dis) $34.3 mil
- Yesterday (Uni) $10.7 mil
- Annabelle Comes Home (WB/NL) $9.7 mil
- Aladdin (Dis) $7.6 mil
Next weekend sees two wide releases. Paramount Pictures will open the horror film Crawl while 20th Century Fox will open the action comedy Stuber.