Don’t Breathe $15.7M
In a slow weekend, Don’t Breathe repeats as the top draw. Dropping just 41% from last week the film now sits around a cumulative haul of $50M. For a $10M budget, you can’t doubt that cheap horror us the best way to make money in Hollywood.
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Suicide Squad $10M
What can be said about the DCEU release has already been said. In the states were looking at around $300M and international total is at $672M. DC and WB have made a ton of money on these characters and I can’t wait to see where we end up next.
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Pete’s Dragon $6.47M
This is the surprise of the weekend for me. Pete’s Dragon seemed to just sneak into the top three in its own opening weekend, to get into the top five now is a pleasant surprise. Pete’s Dragon is a sweet little family film that you can bring the kids too and have some fun yourself.
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Kubo and the Two Strings $6.46M
Just missing third place is Kubo, another really good family film for different reasons. It’s a beautiful coming of age tale, with lovable characters and a relatable story. I’m glad it’s still hanging around.
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Sausage Party $5.3M
At this point who knows when Sausage Party will leave the top five. It’s been making a ton of money, and people are really taking to it. This has been the year of horror and animation. This weeks top five has been evidence of that. This cast of Rogen and friends are all top draws in their own right, in live action form, put the together and you get this. A box office hit that people love across the board. Brilliant.
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