As we’ve come to expect from the MCU, Captain Marvel had a massive opening, delivering the seventh best opening for the franchise and the sixth largest worldwide debut of all time.
Alita: Battle Angel topped the box office for the holiday weekend and exceeded expectations but overall this past weekend was the worst President’s Day weekend of the last 15 years.
The Lego Movie 2 took the top spot at the box office but it was well below studio expectations and the opening of the first Lego Movie while the other new releases, besides The Prodigy, met their studio’s expectations.
With the Super Bowl and only one new wide release this weekend, it was the worst performing weekend since September 2017, with Glass remaining on top for the third week in a row.
Into the Spider-Verse took the top spot at the box office with the biggest December opening ever for an animated movie while Clint Eastwood had one of his best openings ever for The Mule and Mortal Engines could potentially be the biggest disaster of 2018.
Not much really changed over the weekend as far as the box office goes as the top 5 remained the same as Thanksgiving weekend with Ralph Breaks the Internet staying on top.
Ralph Breaks the Internet took in the second biggest Thanksgiving holiday take ever while the entire weekend was the highest-grossing Thanksgiving holiday 5 day weekend ever, with the top 12 movies making over $206 million combined.
Bohemian Rhapsody took the top spot the box office with the second highest opening ever for a musical biopic while The Nutcracker and Nobody’s Fool came in on the low end of expectations.
The final weekend of October 2018 cemented it as the highest grossing October of all time as Halloween, A Star is Born and Venom remained a strong top 3 while most of the new releases didn’t fare very well.
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.