Big Al's Weekend Movie Box Office Wrap-Up!

“Mission: Impossible — Fallout” is still on top, bringing in $35 million for its second weekend, bringing its total gross up to $124-point-four million. That beats the franchise’s 2011 film “M:I: Ghost Protocol’s” second and third weekend.

“Christopher Robin” had a successful debut, just under “Fallout” in the second spot raking in $25 million dollars. The film’s domestic run is set to beat the global intake of the 2011 film “Winnie-the-Pooh,” which totaled at $33-point-one million. Blame the childhood nostalgia, because PostTrak reports adult general audiences bringing in 55% of the business over the weekend, although Disney reports families accounting for 60%.

“Spy Who Dumped Me,” Lionsgate’s R-rated female action comedy, debuted in the third spot with a modest $12-point-three million. Fox’s “The Darkest Minds” was harder with disappointment in the eighth spot, grossing just $5-point-eight million for its debut.

Take a look at this weekend’s top 10 movies:

  1. “Mission: Impossible — Fallout” — $35 million
  2. “Christopher Robin” — $25 million
  3. “Spy Who Dumped Me” — $12.3 million
  4. “Mamma Mia 2” — $9 million
  5. “Equalizer 2” — $8.8 million
  6. “Hotel Transylvania 3” — $8.2 million
  7. “Ant-Man & The Wasp” — $6.1 million
  8. “The Darkest Minds” — $5.8 million
  9. “Incredibles 2” — $5 million
  10. “Teen Titans Go!” — $4.8 million

Source: Deadline



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