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  1. 'Glass' Fills Up with $40.58M Debut While 'Dragon Ball' Delivers Top Five Opening
    Universal's Glass, from Blinding Edge Pictures and Blumhouse Productions, was unable to quite reach the lofty heights some had expected heading into the weekend, but the film still managed a solid #1 start, playing very similarly to its predecessor based on current estimates. Glass, however, might not be the biggest news of the weekend when you consider the monster debut of FUNimation's Dragon Ball Super: Broly, which is looking at a possible third place finish based on early estimates, but...
  2. 'Glass' Ready to Crack Open a $50+ Million Holiday Debut
    SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Universal and Blumhouse's Glass is performing mostly, if not just a bit behind, expectations, bringing in an estimated $16 million on Friday. The studio is currently anticipating a $41+ million three-day performance, pushing toward a $48 million four-day debut and a #1 finish. As of now, the performance is expected to finish very similarly to Universal's Ride Along, which currently holds the second largest opening ever in January as well as second largest opening over th...
  3. 'The Upside' is #1 at the Weekend Box Office While 'Aquaman' Tops $1 Billion Worldwide
    Outperforming expectations, STXFilms's The Upside debuted atop the weekend box office, upsetting Aquaman's bid for a fourth straight weekend at #1. That said, Aquaman isn't exactly focused on its runner-up position domestically as the film is now the first in the DC Extended Universe to top $1 billion at the global box office. As for the rest of the week's new wide releases, Sony's A Dog's Way Home delivered on studio expectations while Entertainment Studios's sci-fi thriller Replicas fail...
  4. 'Aquaman' Ready for Fourth Week at #1; 'Dog's Way Home' & 'Upside' Compete for Runner-Up
    SATURDAY AM UPDATE: STXFilms's The Upside is enjoying a stellar debut, bringing in an estimated $6.95 million on Friday with weekend expectations now reaching as high as $19-20 million. The film received an "A" CinemaScore. As a result we're looking at a new #1 this weekend as The Upside will easily push Aquaman into second after the film pulled in an estimated $4.56 million on Friday, heading toward a $15-16 million weekend. Sony's release of A Dog's Way Home is looking at a...
  5. 'Aquaman' Tops $940 Million Worldwide; Sony's 'Escape Room' Unlocks $18M Debut
    It's a third straight weekend atop the weekend box office for Warner Bros.'s Aquaman as the film pushed over $940 million worldwide, becoming the highest grossing worldwide release in the DC Extended Universe. However, Sony's release of Escape Room made sure this weekend wasn't all about holdovers. The PG-13 horror/thriller made some some noise of its own, delivering a surprise runner-up finish, helping prove once again that the beginning of the year is fertile ground for horror film debuts...
  6. 'Aquaman' Ready to Threepeat Over First Weekend in 2019
    SATURDAY AM UPDATE: WB's Aquaman is on its way to a third straight weekend in the #1 spot at the top of the box office after pulling in an estimated $9.3 million on Friday, heading toward a three-day performance around $30 million, signaling a strong, -41% drop from last weekend and pushing the film's domestic cume toward $260 million. Aquaman also added another $12.4 million internationally on Friday, pushing the film's international cume to $649.3 million, surpassing The Dark Knight R...
  7. 'Aquaman' is King of the Box Office Seas for a Second Weekend in a Row
    There were no big surprises in the final weekend of a record-setting 2018 as Warner Bros.'s Aquaman is once again king of the box office seas with a domestic cume that now tops $188 million and a worldwide tally nearing $750 million. Meanwhile, the weekend's new wide releases in Annapurna's Vice and Sony's Holmes & Watson were quiet in their debuts as the bulk of the weekend attention goes to holiday holdovers. Just slightly outperforming Mojo's pre-weekend expectations, WB and DC's...
  8. 'Aquaman' Ready to Float to Top of Box Office Again
    SATURDAY AM UPDATE: At the top of the Friday box office is WB's Aquaman, pulling in an estimated $17.1 million, giving it a good shot at reaching $50 million for the three-day, pushing its cume over $185 million by the end of the weekend. Internationally, the film brought in an estimated $18.4 million from 78 markets on Friday, taking the international cume to $511.8 million for a worldwide tally topping $666 million. In second place, Disney's Mary Poppins Returns is starting to show it...
  9. 'Aquaman' Splashes Down with $67.4 Million Debut; 'Poppins' and 'Bumblebee' Play Runner-Up
    The long Christmas weekend is underway with Aquaman, Warner Bros.'s latest entry into their DC Extended Universe, topping the charts, on its way to a $100+ million five-day opening. Meanwhile, Disney's Mary Poppins Returns and Paramount's Bumblebee finished in runner-up positions over a weekend that played relatively similarly to the same weekend last year, though given the holiday timing its hard to make an apples-to-apples comparison. Performing almost exactly as expected, WB's releas...
  10. 'Aquaman' Looks to Lead Long, Christmas Weekend at the Box Office
    SATURDAY AM UPDATE: WB's Aquaman is leading the way as expected, bringing in an estimated $28 million on Friday, which includes $9 million from preview grosses for a $32.7 million cumulative gross as the studio did not apply the $4.7 million from Amazon Prime screenings to Friday's gross. When looking at the "pure" Friday gross of $19 million when removing the $9 million in previews we're looking at a performance very similar to the very first Transformers, which opened with $70.5...
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