Last week, the market ushered in two new films with relatively good strength. The overall heat of the market remained at a relatively high level in the same period of history. Disney's live-tale fairy sequel Maleficent: Mistress of Evil opened in nearly 3,800 theaters on Friday, with a total of $36 million in the first three days of the week, and won the weekend box office championship as scheduled. The film has more than $150 million in box office sales in the first week of the world, and it is also easy to top the weekend. With the help of the film, Disney's global box office has exceeded $8.7 billion.
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil
The DC-changing movie Joker
produced by Warner Bros. received more than $29 million over the weekend for three days, giving way to the weekend championship. The film fell less than 50% from the previous weekend, the cumulative box office has approached 250 million US dollars, and its global box office has easily exceeded 700 million US dollars.
Although the new film once again replenished the market, the market is still a lot less than the same period last year. In the 20th weekend of the 20th weekend, the top 12 films in the box office list closed at $131 million, and the weekend market fell 3.1%. The market fell 18% from the same period last year (the market reached $159 million).
As of Sunday, the market generated a box office of 582 million US dollars in the first 20 days of this month. The market was slightly lower than the best in the same period last year. Even though the Halloween
weekend at the end of this month may not be as strong as last year, the box office in October will still be the second in history. It crossed the $800 million mark. At the same time, the box office in 2019 broke through the $9 billion mark on Sunday, and it was only half a month later than last year.
Sony's horror comedy sequel Zombieland: Double Tap scored $26.7 million for the first weekend, ranking third in the weekend, with a slightly higher score than the previous one.
Joker, Zombieland: Double Tap, The Addams Family
The animation new film The Addams Family
released by Lianmei was released over the weekend and received more than 16 million US dollars, which was nearly half of the first week of the painting and retired to the fourth place on the weekend.
The new work Gemini Man
directed by Paramount and Lee An received another $8.5 million over the weekend, which was nearly 60% lower than the weekend of the painting, and retired to fifth place on the weekend.
Joon-ho Bong's Korean film Parasite expanded to 33 theaters and continued to shine. It won $1.24 million on the weekend and ranked 11th on the weekend. The winner of the new The Golden Palm Award in the first week of the show, the museum broke the record of 100,000 US dollars, more than doubled the record of the Asian film.
The film, starring Kang-ho Song, still has a box office of $37,600 at the weekend, and the expansion is excellent. The film will represent South Korea in the International Feature Film
selection of this year's Oscar. With the award-winning season effect, its box office should be expected to hit more than 5 million US dollars.
Pedro Almodovar's new work Dolor y Gloria
also expanded to 67 theaters, and received $464,000 over the weekend. The cumulative box office has reached $1.13 million.
The A24 release of the horror suspense movie The Lighthouse
began to be shown in eight theaters on Friday, and received $420,000 on three days of the weekend, ranking sixth in the weekend. Directed by Robert Eggers, the film features the lighthouse keeper of Willem Dafoe, whose story revolves around the mysterious events of the nautical world. The film received a 93% media rating on the Rotten Tomato website, which was well received in both the plot and the performance, and is expected to have a good record in this award season. The film will be sold at more than $50,000 in a single box office and will be expanded to over 500 theaters this weekend.
The Jojo Rabbit released by Flowserve Searchlight began to be screened in five theaters on Friday. It recorded $350,000 on three days of the weekend and squeezed into the top 20 of the weekend box office. Directed by Tajo Rabbit director Taika Waititi, the film is starring Scarlett Johansson and Sam Rockwell. The story is set in Nazi Germany during World War II.
The film only got 77% favorable rate in rotten tomatoes. The media evaluation is not top-notch, but its cinema score CinemaScore is as high as A
, and the audience has excellent reputation. The three-day museum has a box office of $70,000, ranking first in the weekend.
THE FULL TOP 10: OCTOBER 18–20
1.Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (2019) – $36 million ($36 million total)
2.Joker (2019) – $29.2 million ($247.22 million total)
3.Zombieland: Double Tap (2019) – $26.72 million ($26.72 million total)
4.The Addams Family (2019) – $16.05 million ($56.81 million total)
5.Gemini Man (2019) – $8.50 million ($36.51 million total)
6.Abominable (2019) – $3.5 million ($53.91 million total)
7.Downton Abbey (2019) – $3.08 million ($88.61 million total)
8.Judy (2019) – $2.055 million ($19.01 million total)
9.Hustlers (2019) – $2.05 million ($101.87 million total)
10.It Chapter Two (2019) – $1.5 million ($209.65 million total)