Freaky Holds the Top of the Weekend Box Office While The War With Grandpa and Let Him Go Dance
Freaky held the top spot in the initial numbers from the weekend domestic box office. The film earned an estimated $1.2 million in its second weekend. That’s a drop of 66.1% from the previous weekend. It’s still more than enough to hold on to first place by almost double the second place. The film has earned $5.6 million domestically so far and $3.7 million at the international box office. Worldwide, the film has earned $9.2 million.
In second place was The War With Grandpa which improved from last week’s #3. The film earned an estimated $733,067 a drop of 44.5% from the previous week. In seven weeks the film has earned $16.2 million. It has also earned $8.1 million at the foreign box office for a worldwide total of $24.3 million worldwide.
Let Him Go dropped from second place last weekend to this week’s third. It earned an estimated $710,000 a drop of 59.3%. The film has earned $7.9 million domestically after three weeks. At the foreign box office, the film has earned $71,852 for a worldwide total of a little over $8 million.
In fourth place was Come Play which earned $550,000, down 48.8% from the previous week. The film has earned $8 million after four weeks domestically. Internationally, the film has earned $1.9 million for a worldwide gross of just under $10 million.
Rounding out the top five was a re-release of The Santa Clause which earned $461,000.
In comic related films…
Guardians of the Galaxy earned $136,000 to come in at #14. That’s a drop of 66.5% from the previous weekend and brought the film’s earnings to $542,000. It has also earned $22,424 at the international box office, the same amount as the previous weekend. That brings its total to $564,424 after two weeks.
The New Mutants slipped one spot over the weekend to #17. It earned an estimated $41,000, a drop of 50.7%. Its grossed $23.8 million after 13 weeks domestically. It earned about $200,000 over the week internationally to bring that total to $22.1 million. Worldwide, the film has grossed $45.9 million.
The Empty Man slipped to spots to come in at #19. The film earned an estimated $31,000, a drop of 61.6%. After five weeks the film has earned just under $3 million domestically. Internationally, the film earned about $90,000 to bring that total to $557,533. Worldwide, the film has earned $3.5 million.
Initial numbers has the weekend box office at 42 films, $6,412,895 grossed, from 16,622 theaters. That’s a massive drop of the previous weekend’s 41 films and their $11.3 million from 19,067 theaters. This past weekend had a per-average earning of $385.81 compatred to the previous weekend’s $584.30.
We’ll update those numbers as the final weekend box amounts are reported.