Dreamworks’ latest Abominable took the top spot at the box office but it was on the low end for Dreamworks openings while Downton Abbey and Hustlers remained strong and Rambo and Ad Astra dipped in their second weekends.
With no new blockbuster release, the box office remained pretty much the same as it was last weekend her in the US, with Ralph Breaks the Internet on top for the third weekend in a row while Aquaman had a massive debut in China.
Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish topped the box office with their comedy Night School while Smallfoot and Hell Fest performed to expectations and The Nun became the highest grossing movie worldwide for The Conjuring franchise.
Fallen Kingdom remained on the top of the box office for a second week in a row while new releases Sicario: Day of the Soldado and Uncle Drew did better than expectations.
Solo remained on the top of the box office for a second week but it suffered a 65% drop off from last week and will most likely be the first Star Wars movie under Disney to lose money.
After weeks of historically bad box office earnings, the new IT had a massive opening that was actually the highest ever opening for a horror film and the 2nd highest ever opening for an R rated film.
Alien: Covenant managed to just barely beat Guardians Vol. 2 at the box office but it’s opening was way down from Prometheus’ opening back in 2012.
Tim Burton’s take on Alice did gangbusters overseas, putting it into the elite group of films that have grossed over $1 billion.