This is Takayasu, one of my current favorite sumo wrestlers training some of the younger wrestlers at a recent even… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Disney won a third weekend at the box office.
The Jungle Book scored a third win at the box office. The film took in $42.43M and now stands at $252.09M domestically. It has taken in $432.7M foreign for a global take of $684.79M off of a $175M budget.
Second place went to The Huntsman: Winter’s War with $20M. Internationally it has taken in $80.2M for a global total of $100.28M off of a $115M budget. I think we’re learning unless Chris Hemsworth is playing Thor he can’t carry a film.
Keanu opened in third place with $9.35M off of a $15M budget.
Fourth place went to Mother’s Day which opened with weak reviews. It took in $8.3M.
It has been 12 years since the last Barbershop film, Barbershop: The Next Cut came in third with $6.12M. It now stands at $44.7M.
The biggest release next weekend is Captain America: Civil War. The film has already opened in some foreign markets and took in $202M this past weekend.
Curious how I think these films will do? Check out my The Movies of 2016 – 2nd Quarter report.