Paramount was grinning this weekend when its creepy photo, Smile, continues to top the charts in its second theatrical run with a projected gross of $17.6 million from 3,659 theaters. That’s a drop of just 22%, one of the best all-time drops for the horror genre.
The news is also good abroad. Smile earned $17.5 million from 61 markets with a total of $40 million overseas and $88.9 million globally to make $17 million a huge source of profit.
Smile earned more than enough to beat Sony’s new home movie Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile, domestic revenue is estimated at 11.5 million USD. Sony expects the film to benefit from the Indians’ Day holiday on Monday and earn a total of $13.4 million through Monday.
Entering the weekend, most Hollywood is looking forward to Lyle, Lyle, based on the children’s book of the same name, to win in the three-day frame, even if it’s narrow. The film currently has a 68 percent review score on Rotten Tomatoes and earned an A- CinemaScore from the audience.
The Weekend Bomb is a star-studded David O. Russell film Amsterdam. The mystery comedy opened with an estimated $6.5 million from 2,005 locations after being panned by critics. It currently has a 33% critic score on Rotten Tomatoes, one of the lowest in the filmmaker’s career, alongside stars Christian Bale, Margot Robbie and John David Washington. Audiences gave it a slightly better rating of a CinemaScore B.
Amsterdam is a New Regency film distributed by Disney. When reviews started coming in, tracking reduced the film’s showing to $10 million, as the film’s target audience – the elderly and especially older women – was shunned by critics. more oscillating. However, even that number is increasing.
Universal, done Bros, not completely left out. Overseas, the studio’s George Clooney-Julia Roberts romantic comedy Tickets to Heaven cross the $60 million mark before its domestic launch on October 21.
At one point, analysts and box office exhibitors were optimistic that Lyle, Lyle and Amsterdam both can open in the middle of teenagers.
Queen and Don’t worry, baby round the first year, followed by Avatar rerelease.
Sony’s Queen ranked 4th with $5.3 million for a domestic cume of $54.1 million. Warner Bros. Don’t worry, baby followed by $2.5 million with a domestic cume of $38.5 million and a global total of $69.3 million.
James Cameron’s 3D Re-Animation Avatar continued to be astounding, grossing $2.6 million out of a domestic total of $23.3 million. All told, releases from Disney and 20th Century grossed $71.9 million globally.
Unlike Smile, Bros barely happy in its second weekend. The gay romantic comedy, directed by Nicholas Stoller and co-written by Billy Eichner, fell to sixth or seventh place with an estimated $2.2 million for a 10-day domestic cume of eight. $ ,9 million (movie down 55%. ). Last weekend, Eichner took to Twitter after the film opened fifth to say homophobia was the main cause of its poor results before encouraging people to watch the film.
Elsewhere, the box office of the awards is conducted as seriously as Todd Field’s Tár and Palme d’Or winner by Ruben Ostlund Triangle of sadness opens in select theaters with promising numbers.
From Focus Features and starring Cate Blanchett, Tár posted the weekend’s top average and one of the best positions of the year, or $40,000, at its premiere in four theaters in New York and Los Angeles. It is number 1 in three movie theaters, including AMC Lincoln Square in New York and AMC Grove in LA
Triangle of sadness, from Neon, has selected a more extended slot or 10 slots. The Woody Harrelson star is expected to post an average spot of $21,500 or more.
October 9, 8:05 a.m. PT: Update Sunday box office numbers and international earnings.