Third ‘The Conjuring’ film opens atop the Weekend Box Office

After the summer movie session hesitantly opened last weekend, two new films mage their way into the slowly reopening theatre chains.

Warner Bros. brought horror film The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It and took the top spot, ousting last week’s top film. The Conjuring opened with an estimated $24.0 million.

Last week’s top film A Quiet Place Part II dropped to second place with another $19.5 million. The thriller’s two week worldwide gross has topped $138.6 million.

Disney and Disney+ film Cruella stripped to third place with another $11.2 million. Worldwide the film had generated  $87.1 million, though premium receipts from Disney+ aren’t a party of that number.

Rounding out the top five includes Spirit Untamed from Universal Pictures and DreamWorks Animation with $6.2 million and Disney’s Raya the Last Dragon with $4.3 million in fifth spot.

  1. The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (Warner Bros.) $24.0 million
  2. A Quiet Place Part II (Paramount) $19.5 million
  3. Cruella (Disney) $11.2 million
  4. Spirit Untamed (Universal) $6.2 million
  5. Raya the Last Dragon (Disney) $4.3 million

Next weekend will see hybrid animated feature Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway from Columbia Pictures arrive in theatres. The film had already opened in multiple international markets and has earned $45.8 million.

Elsewhere Paramount Pictures will release feature film Infinite in Paramount+  The film had originally been planned for a theatrical release in 2020.

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