The box office is still hunting for a hit this fall.
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children came in number one this weekend with $28.5M domestically and $36.5M foreign for a total of $65M off of its $110M budget.
True-life story Deepwater Horizon came in second with $20.6M for a global total of $33M off of a $110Mbudget.
The Magnificent Seven fell to third place with a 54.8 percent drop to bring in $15.7M for a new domestic total of $61.6M off of a $90M budget.
Storks dropped to fourth place with a 35.2 percent slide to take in $13.8M for a new total of $38.8M off of a $70M budget.
Tom Hanks and Clint Eastwood true life story Sully landed in fifth place in its fourth weekend. It took in $8.4M and now stands at $105.38M domestically and $151.68M globally off of a $60M budget.
This week’s big releases are The Girl on the Train, The Birth of a Nation and Middle School.
Curious how I think these films will do? Check out my The Movies of 2016 – 4th Quarter report.