Glass continued to rule the box office over the weekend as it brought in $19 million in its second outing. That $19 million is enough to push its domestic total up to nearly $75 million. With no major releases hitting theaters next week, it’s safe to assume Glass will sit atop the box office again.
In a surprising development, The Upside came in second this week with just over $12 million. The movie continues an impressive run as it’s total haul stateside is now over $60 million, nearly double it’s reported $38 million budget.
Aquaman came in third over the weekend, earning $7.3 million in its sixth week. That’s good enough to bump it’s total haul in America to $316.5 million. Aquaman also passed The Dark Knight Rises this weekend to become the highest grossing DC movie of all time with over $1.09 billion globally.
Rounding out the top five this week are The Kid Who Would Be King and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, respectively. The Kid Would Be King opened to a meager $7.2 million in its debut, certainly less than producers were hoping. On the other end of the spectrum, Spider-Man is closing out an impressive run, both critically and commercially, with $6.1 million, good enough to push its total to just shy of $170 million.
To see how things shook out at the box office last week, check here.
Here’s a full look a the top ten movies at the box office from this weekend:
1. Glass – $19 million, $73.5 million
2. The Upside – $12.2 million, $63.1 million
3. Aquaman – $7.3 million, $316.5 million
4. The Kid Who Would Be King – $7.2 million, $7.2 million
5. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – $6.1 million, $169 million
6. Green Book – $5.4 million, $49 million
7. A Dog’s Way Home – $5.2 million, $30.8 million
8. Serenity – $4.8 million, $4.8 million
9. Escape Room – $4.2 million, $47.9 million
10. Dragon Ball Super: Broly – $3.6 million, $28.9 million
Domestic totals in bold.
Box office numbers courtesy of https://www.boxofficemojo.com/weekend/chart/.