Weekend U.S. Box Office February 8-10, 2019

The box office is up and running again (naturally not in full gear) with some films people actually want to see. The same though couldn’t be exactly said for the new Liam Neeson film ‘Cold Pursuit’ that indicates people are either tired of the ‘Taken’ formula or something in the news didn’t help them see this film over the weekend.

Weekend U.S. Box Office of February 8-10, 2019

1. The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

Weekend: $34.4M Total: $34.4M Weeks: 1

2. What Men Want

Weekend: $19.0M Total: $19.0M Weeks: 1

3. Cold Pursuit

Weekend: $10.8M Total: $10.8M Weeks: 1

4. The Upside

Weekend: $7.2M Total: $85.8M Weeks: 5

5. Glass

Weekend: $6.4M Total: $98.5M Weeks: 4

6. The Prodigy

Weekend: $6.0M Total: $6.0M Weeks: 1

7. Green Book

Weekend: $3.6M Total: $61.5M Weeks: 13

8. Aquaman

Weekend: $3.3M Total: $328.5M Weeks: 8

9. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Weekend: $3.0M Total: $179.8M Weeks: 9

10. Miss Bala

Weekend: $2.9M Total: $11.9M Weeks: 2

Please note: All figures are in USD and have been rounded.

Weekend U.S. Box Office February 1-3, 2019

Lowest box office weekend so far this year and lowest Superbowl box office weekend as well (source) shouldn’t surprise anyone. Despite of it, ‘Miss Bala‘ managed to get into third place as the only new release in the top ten and ‘Glass‘ is still trying to scratch through to reach the 100 million mark.

Weekend U.S. Box Office of February 1-3, 2019

1. Glass
Weekend: $9.5M Total: $88.7M Weeks: 3

2. The Upside

Weekend: $8.7M Total: $75.4M Weeks: 4

3. Miss Bala

Weekend: $6.9M Total: $6.9M Weeks: 1

4. Aquaman

Weekend: $4.9M Total: $323.6M Weeks: 7

5. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Weekend: $4.5M Total: $175.4M Weeks: 8

6. Green Book

Weekend: $4.3M Total: $55.9M Weeks: 12

7. The Kid Who Would Be King

Weekend: $4.2M Total: $13.2M Weeks: 2

8. A Dog's Way Home

Weekend: $3.6M Total: $36.0M Weeks: 4

9. Escape Room

Weekend: $2.9M Total: $52.1M Weeks: 5

10. They Shall Not Grow Old

Weekend: $2.4M Total: $10.8M Weeks: 7

Please note: All figures are in USD and have been rounded.

Weekend U.S. Box Office January 25-27, 2019

Another dull U.S. box office weekend, despite some good films still being out there new and old. In addition, ‘Aquaman‘ may not have made ‘Black Panther’ money in the U.S. box office throughout its run, but on a global scale its a whole another story. (source)

Weekend U.S. Box Office of January 25-27, 2019

1. Glass
Weekend: $19.0M Total: $73.6M Weeks: 2

2. The Upside

Weekend: $12.2M Total: $63.1M Weeks: 3

3. Aquaman

Weekend: $7.4M Total: $316.6M Weeks: 6

4. The Kid Who Would Be King

Weekend: $7.3M Total: $7.3M Weeks: 1

5. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Weekend: $6.2M Total: $169.0M Weeks: 7

6. Green Book

Weekend: $5.4M Total: $49.0M Weeks: 11

7. A Dog's Way Home

Weekend: $5.2M Total: $30.8M Weeks: 3

8. Serenity

Weekend: $4.8M Total: $4.8M Weeks: 1

9. Escape Room

Weekend: $4.3M Total: $47.9M Weeks: 4

10. Doragon bôru chô: Burorî - Dragon Ball Super: Broly

Weekend: $3.6M Total: $29.0M Weeks: 2

Please note: All numbers are in USD

Weekend U.S. Box Office January 18-20, 2019

To much excitement and hype ‘Glass‘ finally came out and conquered the lackluster January box office this past weekend. More interesting though is that a ‘Dragon Ball’ film landed in the top ten out of nowhere and that ‘Aquaman’ passed the 300 million mark surpassing ‘Man of Steel’ and potentially also ‘Suicide Squad’ in the upcoming week (source).

Weekend U.S. Box Office of January 18-20, 2019

1. Glass
Weekend: $40.3M Total: $40.3M Weeks: 1

2. The Upside

Weekend: $15.0M Total: $43.3M Weeks: 2

3. Aquaman

Weekend: $10.2M Total: $304.2M Weeks: 5

4. Doragon bôru chô: Burorî - Dragon Ball Super: Broly

Weekend: $9.8M Total: $20.2M Weeks: 1

5. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Weekend: $7.6M Total: $158.6M Weeks: 6

6. A Dog's Way Home

Weekend: $7.2M Total: $21.4M Weeks: 2

7. Escape Room

Weekend: $5.6M Total: $41.0M Weeks: 3

8. Mary Poppins Returns

Weekend: $5.2M Total: $158.7M Weeks: 5

9. Bumblebee

Weekend: $4.8M Total: $116.0M Weeks: 5

10. On the Basis of Sex

Weekend: $3.9M Total: $16.8M Weeks: 4

Please note: All numbers are in USD

Weekend U.S. Box Office January 11-13, 2019

Top of the box office for ‘The Upside’ in what is maybe the worst month of the year for cinema attendances. With all the films of the week making the bare minimum.

Weekend U.S. Box Office of January 11-13, 2019

1. The Upside

Weekend: $20.4M Total: $20.4M Weeks: 1

2. Aquaman

Weekend: $17.4M Total: $287.9M Weeks: 4

3. A Dog's Way Home

Weekend: $11.3M Total: $11.3M Weeks: 1

4. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Weekend: $9.1M Total: $147.8M Weeks: 5

5. Escape Room

Weekend: $8.9M Total: $32.5M Weeks: 2

6. Mary Poppins Returns

Weekend: $7.7M Total: $151.1M Weeks: 4

7. Bumblebee

Weekend: $7.2M Total: $108.9M Weeks: 4

8. On the Basis of Sex

Weekend: $5.7M Total: $90.7M Weeks: 3

9. The Mule

Weekend: $6.5M Total: $175.7M Weeks: 5

10. Vice

Weekend: $3.2M Total: $35.9M Weeks: 3

Please note: All numbers are in USD

Weekend U.S. Box Office January 4-6, 2019

What was a busy December Box Office has turned into a quiet January as predicted. Only one new film entered into the Top Ten and also did make decent money for a film no one knew about and without any bankable actors also in it.

Weekend U.S. Box Office of January 4-6, 2018

1. Aquaman

Weekend: $31.0M Total: $260.0M Weeks: 3

2. Escape Room

Weekend: $18.2M Total: $18.2M Weeks: 1

3. Mary Poppins Returns  

Weekend: $15.9M Total: $138.8M Weeks: 3

4. Bumblebee

Weekend: $13.2M Total: $97.6M Weeks: 3

5. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Weekend: $13.1M Total: $134.0M Weeks: 4

6. The Mule

Weekend: $9.1M Total: $81.2M Weeks: 4

7. Vice

Weekend: $5.7M Total: $29.7M Weeks: 2

8. Second Act

Weekend: $4.8M Total: $32.8M Weeks: 3

9. Ralph Breaks the Internet

Weekend: $4.7M Total: $187.2M Weeks: 7

10. Holmes & Watson

Weekend: $3.3M Total: $28.3M Weeks: 2

Please note: All numbers are in USD and only estimates.

Weekend U.S. Box Office December 28-30, 2018

‘Aquaman’ continued to dominate the U.S. box office for a second week in a row. In second and third place were again both ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ while also ‘Bumblebee’ having made more in their second weekend run rather than their first. Showing that this holiday week was one that many chose to spend it at the movies and they were willing to see these three films however not at the same time and with ‘Aquaman‘ first in line.

Although, it wasn’t good news for all with the new films of the week ‘Vice’ and ‘Holmes and Watson’ having subpar performances going up the rest of the bunch. Not great for ‘Vice’ in regards to its Golden Globe and Oscar aspirations, while also ‘Holmes and Watson’ that shows a decline in the comedy genre, but also in Will Ferrell’s mass market appeal.

Weekend U.S. Box Office of December 28-30, 2018

1. Aquaman

Weekend: $51.6M Total: $188.8M Weeks: 2

2. Mary Poppins Returns

Weekend: $28.0M Total: $98.9M Weeks: 2

3. Bumblebee

Weekend: $20.5M Total: $66.8M Weeks: 2

4. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Weekend: $18.3M Total: $103.6M Weeks: 3

5. The Mule

Weekend: $11.8M Total: $60.7M Weeks: 3

6. Vice

Weekend: $7.8M Total: $17.7M Weeks: 1

7. Holmes & Watson

Weekend: $7.3M Total: $19.7M Weeks: 1

8. Second Act

Weekend: $7.2M Total: $21.8M Weeks: 2

9. Ralph Breaks the Internet

Weekend: $6.5M Total: $175.7M Weeks: 6

10. The Grinch

Weekend: $4.2M Total: $265.5M Weeks: 8

Please note: All numbers are in USD

Weekend U.S. Box Office December 21-23, 2018

This weekend had quite a few new releases, with three big ones in particular that were duking it out. All of which were vying for the same crowds of families and general audience members that go for whatever is the hippest or closest to their tastes. ‘Aquaman’ was the winner of the three and might not have earned more than most would expect, but for a property still unknown to most, it did quite favorably and especially if you put into account its international box office, which DC Films will be mighty happy about.

The same couldn’t be said for films in position 2 or 3 of the U.S. Box Office, with ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ not being worthy of people returning to the movie theaters for it and the 6th ‘Transformer’ film that is looking to be one of the last, if its international box office doesn’t have anything to say about it.

Weekend U.S. Box Office of December 21-23, 2018

1. Aquaman

Weekend: $67.4M Total: $72.1M Weeks: 1

2. Mary Poppins Returns

Weekend: $22.2M Total: $31.0M Weeks: 1

3. Bumblebee

Weekend: $21.0M Total: $21.0M Weeks: 1

4. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Weekend: $16.7M Total: $64.8M Weeks: 2

5. The Mule

Weekend: $10.0M Total: $35.7M Weeks: 2

6. The Grinch

Weekend: $8.2M Total: $253.2M Weeks: 7

7. Second Act

Weekend: $6.5M Total: $6.5M Weeks: 1

8. Ralph Breaks the Internet

Weekend: $4.6M Total: $162.1M Weeks: 5

9. Welcome to Marwen

Weekend: $2.4M Total: $2.4M Weeks: 1

10. Mary Queen of Scots

Weekend: $2.2M Total: $3.5M Weeks: 3

Please note: All numbers are in USD