Don’t Breathe took the top spot in what is basically the last weekend of the summer while Mechanic: Resurrection had a decent opening for Jason Statham and Suicide Squad continues to add to it’s global box office.
Suicide Squad remained on the top of the box office as none of the new releases really impressed with Ben-Hur in particular being a pretty big disaster.
Despite an almost 70% drop off from last week, Suicide Squad remained on top of the box office while Sausage Party had a stronger than expected opening.
Suicide Squad broke the record previously set by Guardians of the Galaxy for an August release but it may not have the same legs, as it suffered a pretty massive drop off in ticket sales from Friday to Saturday.
Matt Damon’s return to the Bourne franchise gave it it’s second highest opening of all time while Star Trek Beyond took a pretty big stumble and Bad Moms did OK compared to the other R rated comedies this year.
Star Trek Beyond took the top spot at the box office but it was the lowest opening for the reboot series while Lights Out had a strong debut and Ice Age bombed domestically but is inexplicably doing gangbusters worldwide.
The Secret Life of Pets managed to hold off the new competition from Ghostbusters to stay on the top of the box office for the second weekend in a row while Finding Dory became the highest grossing animated film of all time.
The Secret Life of Pets exploded at the box office this weekend, earning the biggest ever opening for an original animated feature with over $103 million.
Finding Dory dominated again over the holiday weekend, becoming the fifth highest grossing animated film of all time while two of the new releases, while not spectacular, did better than anticipated.
Finding Dory dominated the box office yet again, taking the number one spot at the box office and making more than the four new releases combined.