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The fall season is swing, and that means you aren’t ever quite sure what will win the weekend.
First place went to Night School with $28M off of a $29M budget.
Smallfoot opened in second place with $23M domestically and $15.6M foreign for a total of $38.62M.
Third place this weekend went to The House With a Clock in its Walls with $12.51M for a new domestic total of $44.76M off of a $42M budget.
A Simple Favor had another healthy hold dropping 35.6 percent and taking in $6.6M. Domestically it has hit $43M and $10M foreign for a total of $53.26M.
Fifth place went to The Nun with $5.43M for a new domestic total of $109M. Overseas it sits at $221M for a global total of $330.01M off of a $22M budget.
This week’s releases include A Star is Born and Venom.
Curious how I think these films will do? Check out my The Movies of 2018 – 4th Quarter report.