Come Play takes the Top of the Weekend Box Office. The Empty Man Drops to #5

The Empty Man

It’s a new film at the top of the weekend box office as Come Play debuted in first. The film earned an estimated $3.2 million. The film opened in 2,183 theaters with an average of $1,442.

That new first-place film dropped last weekend’s top film to second. Honest Thief came in second with an estimated $1.4 million bringing the domestic total to $9.5 million. The film has also earned $7.6 million internationally for a worldwide total of $17.1 million.

The War with Grandpa dropped to third from last weekend’s second place. The film earned $1.1 million to bring its domestic total to $11.3 million after four weeks. The film has also earned $5.6 million from international theaters to bring its worldwide total to $16.9 million.

Tenet came in fourth place holding that spot with an estimated $885,000. That brings its domestic total to $53.8 million. At the international box office, the film has earned $293.3 million an increase of $4.3 million over the week. That brings its worldwide total to $347.1 million.

In its second weekend, The Empty Man dropped to #5 from last week’s #3. The film earned an estimated $561,000, a drop of 57.2%. That brings the film’s total domestic gross to $2.3 million. Internationally, the film has earned $119,265. That brings the film’s worldwide total to $2.4 million.

In other comic films…

The New Mutants improved one spot from the previous week coming in at #10. The film earned an estimated $145,000 to bring its domestic total to $23.4 million. Its international total also increased by $250,000 from the previous week’s number. It now stands at $21.25 million. Worldwide, the film has earned $44.6 million worldwide.

Alita: Battle Angel also received a re-release coming in at #11 and earning $128,000 from 1,060 theaters. That has brought the domestic earning of the film to $85.8 million.

21 films totaled $8,976,533 over the weekend, an increase of 3 films and a drop of about $1.1 million. That’s from 16,590 theaters, a decrease of about 2,000 theaters from the previous weekend. That’s an average of $541 per theater, a dip of a litte over $4 from the previous week’s $545.42.