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
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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.
Jungle Cruise drifted past the competition, opening at number one with $34.2 million. The Green Knight opened at number two with less than stellar numbers. Stillwater was seemingly tainted, opened at number five. The rest of the box office remained pretty much the same. The Suicide Squad
Well the box office winner was new, with Old, by M. Night Shamakamadingdong. Space Jam took a nose dive down to number four, while Snake Eyes opened at number two. Black Widow dropped slightly again to number three. It seems like the life of the box office
In a stunning upset, Space Jam knocked Black Widow out of the top spot! The sequel to Escape Room made the board at number three, while the indie creeper Pig came in at number ten. Next week has no blockbusters opening so I’m guessing Space Jam sink
Black Widow murdered the competition this weekend, coming in at number one with $80 million. You can also catch this Blockbuster streaming on Disney+. With nothing big opening any time soon, we can expect to see her reign supreme for a few more weeks. Until next time,
Happy Independence Day everyone! F9 was too fast and too furious to give up the top spot. A few newcomers made chart, such as The Boss Baby 2 and The Forever Purge (or the yeehaw Purge as I like to call it). Next week put all your
The Fast & Furious franchise sped into first place this weekend, pulling in a sweet $70 million. The rest of the chart remained mostly the same, with the exception of Nobody which crept up to number ten, even though it’s been available to stream since it opened.
It looks like another sequel has topped the box office. The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard came in at number one on its opening weekend. Even with several of the below films available to stream, there’s still some money to be made in theaters. In the coming months we
Well it looks like a Quite Place II can make a lot of noise with a second week at the top of the box office. The only real surprise was The House Next Door 2 – has anyone seen the House Next Door Part 1? Even with