Sony and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Far from Home swung to the top of the weekend box office for the second straight weekend. The superhero blockbuster took in another $45.3 million domestically over the weekend. Including international cumes the film has earned $847 million worldwide in two weeks. Taking the number two spot again was Disney’s Toy Story 4 which took in another $20.6 million making its worldwide haul $771 million in three weeks.
Debuting in the number three spot was Paramount’s creature horror film Crawl which opened with $12.0 million. With a budged of just $13.5 million the film can already be deemed a success for Paramount. Also debuting in theatres over the weekend was the action comedy Stuber from 20th Century Fox. The film opened with an estimated $8.0 million and fourth place.
Rounding out the top five was Universal’s Yesterday which took in another $6.7 million.
- Spider-Man: Far from Home (Sony) $45.3 mil
- Toy Story 4 (Disney) $20.6 mil
- Crawl (Paramount) $12.0 mil
- Stuber (20th CenturyFox) $8.0 mil
- Yesterday (Universal) $6.7 mil
Next weekend sees the big release of Disney’s live action remake of The Lion King. Blue Fox Entertainment will also release the drama Rosie in limited release.