The Invisible Man shows up at the top of the Weekend Box Office

Universal Pictures’ The Invisible Man scared its way up to the top of the Weekend Box Office with an estimated $29.0 million. The film also made another $20.2 million internationally for a worldwide cume of $49.2 million.

Coming in second places was Paramount and Sega’s Sonic the Hedgehog, which spent the last two weeks at number one. The film took in another $16 million for a total domestic earnings of $128.3 million and $265 million worldwide.

Disney / 20th Century Studios’ The Call of the Wild took in another $13.2 million while FUNimations’ release of anime flick My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising opened with an estimated $5.1 million and fourth place. Sony’s Bad Boys for Life rounded out the top five with another $4.3 million.

  1. The Invisible Man (Universal) $29.0 million
  2. Sonic the Hedgehog (Paramount) $16.0 million
  3. The Call of the Wild (20th Century Stuidios) $13.2 million
  4. My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising (FUNimation) $5.1 million
  5. Bad Boys for Life (Sony) $4.3 million

Next weekend sees the release of Emma. from Focus Features as well as the wide release of Disney / Pixar’s Onward. Warner Bros. will also open the sports drama The Way Back with Ben Affleck.

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