Box Office Breakdown! Shang Chi Holds! Malignant is DOA! Free Guy Grabs Number Two! And More!

Shang-Chi stayed at number one for the second week in a row. Free Guy moved up a spot to number two and new comer Malignant opened at number three. The remaining box office was pretty much the same with the exception of two new Indie films. The Addams Family 2 opens next week and just might steal the top spot.

Until next time, happy movie going and be nice to each other!

Recommended viewing: The Foreigner


1          Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings        $35,786,000     $145,601,141   Walt Disney

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 16: (L-R) Dallas Liu, Jayden Zhang, Benedict Wong, Producer, President of Marvel Studios and Chief Creative Officer of Marvel Kevin Feige, Fala Chen, Director Destin Daniel Cretton, Awkwafina, Executive Producer and Marvel Studios Co-President Louis D’Esposito, Simu Liu, Executive Producer and Executive VP of Production Marvel Studios Victoria Alonso, Meng’er Zhang, Executive Producer Marvel Studios Jonathan Schwartz, Ben Kingsley, Ronny Chieng, Jodi Long, and Andy Le attend the “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” World Premiere at El Capitan Theatre on August 16, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Disney )

2          Free Guy                                   $5,819,000                   $101,839,050   20th Century Studios


3          Malignant                                 $5,570,000                   $5,570,000       Warner Bros.

4          Candyman                                $4,830,000                   $48,032,280     Universal Pictures

5          Jungle Cruise                            $2,456,653                   $109,900,000               Walt Disney

6          PAW Patrol                               $2,215,000                   $34,619,447                 Paramount

7          Don’t Breathe 2                        $1,150,000                   $30,243,364                 Screen Gems

8          The Card Counter                      $1,100,000                   $1,100,000                   Focus Features

9          Show Me the Father                  $700,000                      $700,000          Affirm Films

10        Respect                                    $503,000                      $23,100,000     Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

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