Weekend Box Office Results: Downton Abbey wins the weekend box office championship in the first week of release!
Last week, three new films with relatively good strength were ushered in, and the market pattern was reshuffled as scheduled. Focused release of the Downton Abbey movie version, opened in more than 3,000 theaters on Friday, the first three days of the three days of $ 31 million, far more than the same day released Rambo: Last Blood and Ad Astra, get the weekend box office champion. The film's opening performance exceeded expectations, and it also broke the record of the company's highest opening record held by Insidious: Chapter 3. Downton AbbeyThe sci-fi film Ad Astra released by Flowserve was also released in 3,460 theaters in the first week. It recorded a box office of $19.2 million in three days. It beat the Rambo: Last Blood with a slight advantage and won the weekend runner-up.Lions released the action sequel Rambo: Last Blood in the first weekend of more than 3,600 theaters, three days also harvested more than 19 million US dollars, the performance and Ad Astra almost tied. Several new films have performed well, but they still inject new vitality into the depressed market. In the box office of the 38th weekend of 2019, the top 12 films received a total of $116 million at the box office, and the weekend market rebounded 15.9%, while the market was also the same as last year's The House with a Clock in its Walls. (The market's $81.7 million) surged 41%. As of Sunday, the box office in September had reached 537 million US dollars, and the market's year-on-year increase was expanded to 6%, which is still the best performance in the same period of history. Rambo: Last Blood, Downton Abbey, Ad Astra In the last week of September, there was only one cartoon Abominable that was not strong. It is expected that the market will show the characteristics of anticlimactic this month, but the monthly market will not be much different from last year. As of Sunday, the cumulative box office in 2019 reached 8.284 billion US dollars, still shrinking 5.6% year-on-year. Abominable The horror film It Chapter Two jointly launched by Warner Bros. and New Line Company received a ticket office of $17.25 million over the weekend and was pushed back to the fourth place on the weekend. The film fell nearly 60% more than the previous weekend, and the cumulative box office is close to $180 million. It Chapter TwoSTX's comedy new film Hustlers received another $17 million over the weekend and was also retired to fifth in the weekend box office. The film fell nearly 50% over the weekend of the opening of the painting, and the cumulative box office has exceeded $62 million. The drama film The Goldfinch released by Warner Bros. was maintained at 2,542 theaters during the weekend. It received $770,000 in three days and fell directly to the top ten of the weekend. The film, directed by John Crowley, directed by Brooklyn, and co-starred by Nicole Kidman and Ansel Elgort, plunged 71% over the weekend and was extremely bad. Ten days after the release, the film based on the novel of the same name has accumulated only $4.55 million, just one tenth of the cost line. It is expected that the final box office will be similar to the Boy Erased starring Nicole Kidman last year (finally $6.78 million), which will bring a lot of losses to the producers such as Amazon Pictures. The Goldfinch THE FULL TOP 10: SEPTEMBER 20–22 1.Downton Abbey (2019) – $31 million ($31 million total) 2.Ad Astra (2019) – $19.21 million ($19.21 million total) 3.Rambo: Last Blood (2019) – $19.02 million ($19.02 million total) 4.It Chapter Two (2019) – $17.25 million ($179.17 million total) 5.Hustlers (2019) – $17 million ($62.55 million total) 6.The Lion King (2019) – $2.57 million ($537.59 million total) 7.Good Boys (2019) – $2.51 million ($77.31 million total) 8.Angel Has Fallen (2019) – $2.4 million ($64.69 million total) 9.Overcomer (2019) – $1.5 million ($31.57 million total) 10.Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) – $1.46 million ($170.61 million total)