Ghostbusters: Afterlife was definitely in existence, opening at number one with $44 million. Eternals dropped slightly to number two and Clifford the Big Red Dog was still playful at number three. King Richard didn’t make the royal court, opening at number four. Lastly, Ron went wrong by
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Eternals rose high, opening at number one with $71 million. Dune slipped just slightly to number two while James Bond held at number three. Ron’s Gone Wrong managed to climb up from last week’s number eight spot. Newbies Antlers and Last Night in SoHo had dismal openings
HAPPY HALLOWEEN!! Dune buried the competition in the sand again, holding at number one for the second week in a row. Halloween Kills murdered the number two spot. New horrors flicks Last Night in SoHo and Antlers should got a trick, both opening to poor box office
Dune buried the competition in the sand opening with $40 million at number one. The new animated flick Ron’s Gone Wrong stumbled, opening at number five with just $7.3 million. The middle of the chart stayed the same, while some indie new comers rounded out the bottom.
Halloween really scared up some ticket sales, opening with $50 million. James Bond and Venom dropped slightly, respectfully. The middle of the chart stayed the same, while some indie new comers rounded out the bottom. Until next time, happy movie going and be nice to each other!
Double oh, wow, what an opening! James Bond took the top spot with an impressive $56 million. Venom still had some bite at number two, while The Addams Family, Shang Chi, and Free Guy stayed put. Until next time, happy movie going and be nice to each
Venom Let There Be Carnage took a huge bite out of the box office, opening at number one with $90 million. The Addams Family 2 were plenty spooky, opening ta number two with #18 million. Some new independent titles were nothing to write home about with the
Shang-Chi stayed at number one for the 4th week in a row!! Dear Evan Hansen made a mild debut at number two and Free Guy is still in the game at number three. Until next time, happy movie going and be nice to each other! Recommended viewing:
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
Candyman was super sweet, opening at number one this weekend. Free Guy was pretty liberated, moving down slightly to number two. The rest of the chart was basically the same. Look for Shang Chi to grasp the top spot next week. Until next time, happy movie going
Free Guy made some bank, opening at number one. And who could see Don’t Breathe 2 doing so well? The Suicide Squad took a big slip down to number five. Hugh Jackman’s new thriller Reminiscence, which opens next week, just might knock his adversary Ryan Reynolds out
Suicide Squad killed it at the box office, opening at number one. Jungle Cruise drifted to number two, while Old stayed pretty new at number three. Check out the full box office chart below. Next week look for Free Guy to make some bank when it opens.