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.
- The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (Warner Bros.) $24.0 million
- A Quiet Place Part II (Paramount) $19.5 million
- Cruella (Disney) $11.2 million
- Spirit Untamed (Universal) $6.2 million
- 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.