RT @nerdytribe: Echoes are marked down again! Grab one before the deals are gone. (We’re aiming for one in every room… it’s awesome) Echo…
There is just no stopping Disney this year.
R0gue One: A Star Wars Story scored a second win at the box office this weekend with $127.9M for a new domestic total in the U.S. of $348M and a global haul of $523M off of a $200M budget.
Second place went to animated film Sing which took in $56M for a domestic total of $76.69M off of a $75M budget.
Passengers landed in third place with $23.1M for an overall total of $30.42M off of its $110M budget.
Fourth place went to Why Him? with $16.71M off of its $38M budget.
Assassin’s Creed opened in fifth place with $15M off of its $125M budget. Apparently the curse of video game adaptations isn’t ending any time soon.
No big releases this week so expect the chart to not change much.
Curious how I think these films will do? Check out my The Movies of 2016 – 4th Quarter report.