Captain Marvel soared to number one for a second week with $69.3 million. Wonder Park was admired, opening at number two with $16 million. Five Feet Apart was not contagious, opening at number three with $13.1 million. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
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Captain Marvel flew higher, faster, and further to number one, opening with $153 million. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World still had some fire at number two with $14.6 million. Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral mourned the number three spot with $12 million.
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How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World burned the competition, holding at number one with $30 million. Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral was in mourning, opening at number two with $27 million. Alita: Battle Angel stayed animated at number three with $7 million. The
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Glass was a clear winner for a third week with $9.3 million. The Upside was still positive at number two with $8.8 million. Miss Bala packed a punch, opening at number three with $6.7 million. Aquaman stayed afloat at number four with $4.7 million. Spider-Man:
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It’s time for the year end box office break down! Let’s nail down the big winners and losers of last year. The Walt Disney Company (distributed as Buena Vista) was on top once again having five of the top ten 2018 domestic grossing movies on the list.
Glass was crystal clear in taking the top spot again with $19 million. The Upside stayed positive at number two again with $12.2 million. Aquaman swam upstream, holding at number three with $7.3 million. The Kid Who Would be King wasn’t too knightly, opening at number
Glass shattered the competition, opening at number one with $40.5 million. The Upside was positive at number two with $15.6 million. Dragon Ball Super: Broly was mediocre, opening at number three with $10.6 million. Aquaman stayed afloat at number four with $10.3 million. Spider-Man: Into The
The Upside was on top, opening at number one with $19.5 million. Aquaman swam in lane two with $17.2 million. A Dog’s Way Home sniffed out the number three spot, opening with $11.3 million. Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse swung up a spot to number four with