The fall film season may finally be finding its groove.
The Girl on the Train rode to the top of the box office this weekend with a healthy $24.66M off of its $45M budget. Globally it sits at $41.16M.
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children came in number two this weekend with $15M domestically, a drop of 48 percent. Globally it sits at $145M off of its $110M budget, $51M of that being domestic.
True-life story Deepwater Horizon came in third with $11.75M, dropping only 41.9 percent. Domestically it sits at $28.51M and globally at $66.31M off of a $110M budget. It still has a long way to go to profit.
The Magnificent Seven fell to fourth place with $9.15M for a new domestic total of $75.91M off of a $90M budget.
Storks rounded out the top five with $8.45M for a new total of $50.11M off of a $70M budget. Globally it sits at $106.11M.
This week’s big releases are The Accountant, Kevin Hart: What Now? and Max Steel.
Curious how I think these films will do? Check out my The Movies of 2016 – 4th Quarter report.