Disney’s live action remake of The Lion King was the top film at the weekend box office for the second weekend in a row. The film pulled another $75.5 million over the weekend domestically to bring the North American haul to $350 million. Including international cumes the film has already generated $962 million in revenue worldwide.
Debuting in the #2 spot over the weekend was Quentin Tarantino’s latest film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. The film opened with $40.4 million domestically.
The next three films in the top five were holdovers from last weekend. Sony and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Far From Home continued to hold strong with another $12.2 million and third place. Disney’s Toy Story 4 took in another $9.9 million in fourth place, and Paramount’s horror film Crawl landed in fifth with another $.0 million.
- The Lion King (Disney) $75.5 million
- Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Sony) $40.4 million
- Spider-Man: Far from Home (Sony) $12.2 million
- Toy Story 4 (Disney) $9.9 million
- Crawl (Paramount) $4.0 million
Next weekend will see the release of the action spin-off Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw from Universal Pictures in wide release. Also Neon is bringing the drama / thriller Luce to theatres.