Weekend Box Office Results: Comedy movie Good Boys box office score NO.1!
Last weekend, four new films were pushed into the top ten of the rankings, and the overall market pattern was reshuffled, but the market fever continued to fade. Universal Studios' R-class comedy Good Boys opened last week in more than 3,200 theaters, and spent $21 million on three weekends. The Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw became the latest weekend box office champion and became a global player. The company’s sixth film this weekend’s summit. Good Boys PosterUp to now, Universal Pictures has won 10 weekend championships, and the number of championships is second only to Disney Pictures.The same action movie Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw released globally took more than $14 million over the weekend for the weekend. The decline in the film has narrowed significantly. The cumulative box office has exceeded $130 million, and the global box office has exceeded $400 million.The summer file has reached the last two or three weeks, and the new films entering the market are lacking in firepower, and the market is gradually returning to a state of silence.In the 30th weekend of 2019, the top 12 films produced a total of $108 million in box office sales. The weekend market was down 14.2% from last week, and also the same period last year (Crazy Rich Asians) won the championship (the market was $116 million). A small drop of 7%.As of Sunday, the cumulative box office in August had reached 566 million US dollars, the market fell 2.3% over the same period last year, and turned into a downturn. In 2019, the cumulative box office has risen to $7.474 billion, while the annual box office in the same period last year has approached the $8 billion mark.It is expected that the market deadlock will be difficult to break before the opening of It: Chapter Two in the fall.Disney's CG remastered version of The Lion King received nearly $12 million over the weekend and retired to the weekend box office third place; the film's decline narrowed to around 40%, and the cumulative box office was close to the $500 million mark. Sony's animation sequel The Angry Birds Movie 2 officially opened on Tuesday, with more than 16 million US dollars recorded on the first Saturday, including the fourth place on the weekend. The Angry Birds Movie 2 StillsDel Toro's new horror film Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark received more than $10 million over the weekend, which was more than 50% lower than the weekend of the painting. The cumulative box office has exceeded $40 million. The disaster horror film 47 Meters Down: Uncaged produced by the entertainment studio opened in 2,853 theaters on Friday, with a first-day three-day credit of $9 million, ranking sixth in the weekend box office. 47 Meters Down: Uncaged StillsThe film continues to be directed by Johannes Roberts, director of 47 Meters Down, and is the film debut of Stallone's daughter and Jamie Foxx's daughter. The story tells of four girls diving into a submarine city site, straying into a terrible situation - the territory of bloodthirsty sharks. They will try to escape from birth. The film's starring lineup is a big change from the previous game. The storyline is not too much related to the previous game. The production cost is kept at a low level as in the previous game, only $12 million.47 Meters Down: Uncaged failed to meet the industry's $15 million open plan, and the performance was nearly 20% lower than the 47 Meters Down two years ago ($11.2 million in the first week). 47 Meters Down, with excellent audience word-of-mouth support, eventually attracted $44.3 million.And 47 Meters Down: Uncaged only got a lower score of "C+" in the CinemaScore survey, and it is expected that it will eventually target only $30 million, which should be enough to achieve the goal of returning to this. The film media evaluation is similar to the previous one, and it has been positively recognized by the media in terms of the atmosphere of "deep sea fear" and "cluster fear". Warner’s musical comedy Blinded by the Light also landed on the cinema on Friday, earning $4.45 million in 2,745 theaters on the first weekend, ranking only ninth on the weekend. Blinded by the Light Stills The United States comedy Where'd You Go, Bernadette opened in 2,404 theaters last weekend, and received only $3.45 million on three days of the weekend, failing to reach the top ten of the weekend box office. The film is adapted from the novel by Maria Semple, a former producer of Arrested Development. Through the mouth of 15-year-old girl Bee, she tells the story of her mother Bernadette Fox (Cate Blanchett) who suddenly disappeared mysteriously before the family prepared to travel to Antarctica. Judging from the performance of its paintings, the cost of 20 million US dollars has basically been declared to be in vain. Where'd You Go, Bernadette Stills THE FULL TOP 10: AUGUST 16-181.Good Boys (2019) – $21 million ($21 million total) 2.Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) – $14.14 million ($133.74 million total) 3.The Lion King (2019) – $11.9 million ($496.12 million total) 4.The Angry Birds Movie 2 (2019) － $10.5 million ($16.24 million total) 5.Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019) – $10.05 million ($40.22 million total) 6.47 Meters Down: Uncaged (2019) – $9 million ($9 million total) 7.Dora and the Lost City of Gold (2019) – $8.5 million ($33.91 million total) 8.Once Upon a Time In Hollywood (2019) – $7.6 million ($114.35 million total) 9.Blinded by the Light (2019) – $4.45 million ($4.45 million total) 10.The Art of Racing in the Rain (2019) – $4.4 million ($16.88 million total)