Fate of the Furious easily held onto the top spot at the box office as it closed in on $1 billion worldwide while none of the new releases even made it into the top 5.
Everyone expected Fate of the Furious to be huge but it blew away all expectations with the highest global opening of all time, defeating Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
The Boss Baby held onto the top spot at the box office for another weekend while Smurfs and Going in Style did about as expected and Beauty and the Beast gets closer to over $1 billion worldwide.
Controversial Ghost in the Shell flopped this weekend while Dreamworks’ The Boss Baby emerged as the new box office champ, unseating Beauty and the Beast.
Beauty and the Beast remained strong with the fourth best 2nd weekend in history while Logan has crossed over half a billion worldwide and Power Rangers had a stronger debut than anticipated.
Beauty and the Beast shattered records with a stunning $170 million opening, the largest PG opening of all time and the seventh highest ever opening of all time.
Kong: Skull Island took the top spot away from Logan but couldn’t reach the heights of Godzilla’s 2014 opening while Logan is on the way to becoming the current highest grossing film of 2017.
Hugh Jackman’s final turn as Wolverine easily took the top spot at the box office and was the best opening for the solo Wolverine movies and fifth best opening overall for the X-Men franchise.
Riding high on some of the best reviews of the last few months, Jordan Peele’s directorial debut Get Out took the top spot at the box office with $30.5 million while the two other new releases were epic bombs.
The Lego Batman Movie stayed on top for the holiday weekend while The Great Wall did the best of the newcomers and John Wick Chapter 2 has already made more than the first movie made in it’s entire run.