Weekend Actuals: Alita: Battle Angel Fights to No. 1 w/ $33.5M 4-Day; Isn’t It Romantic Swoons to $16.6M; Happy Death Day 2U Underperforms w/ $11.0M

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Tuesday Update: On this extended President’s Day weekend, Alita: Battle Angel took #1 when some projections had it starting at #2 or even #3. Fox’s sci-fi action movie began with $33.5M over the extended weekend.

Last weekend’s leader, Warner Bros.’ animated The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Parttook second place with $27.7M over the extended weekend.

Warner Bros.’ romantic comedy fantasy Isn’t It Romantic began in third place with $16.6M, about in line with projections.

Universal’s horror sequel Happy Death Day 2U fell below expectations with  $11.0M over the extended weekend, a fifth place start when the most optimistic projections had it in second place. That’s -57.7% behind the start of 2017’s original Happy Death Day.

Demographics

Among films in this weekend’s top 10, audience demographics by Vertigo for Happy Death Day 2U were not yet available.

The audience for Alita: Battle Angel in its opening weekend on top was 76.2% male and only 28.1% under age 25.

The audience for Isn’t It Romantic in its opening weekend on top was 76.8% female and 68.8% over age 25.

The most male audience in this weekend’s top 10 was Alita: Battle Angel at 76.2%, while the most female audience was Isn’t It Romantic at 76.8%.

The most under-25 audience in this weekend’s top 10 was The LEGO Movie 2 at 53.0%, while the most over-25 audience were Cold Pursuit and Green Book both at exactly 92.5%.

A full demographic breakdown of the top 30 movies this weekend, courtesy of BoxofficeProfile by Vertigo, is below:

Comparisons

Total box office this extended weekend was $147.2M.

The regular three-day weekend was up +5.8% over last weekend. The extended four-day Presidents Day weekend was down -57.4% behind that same holiday weekend last year, when Black Panther broke records with $242.1M.

Year-to-date box office stands at $1.23BM. That’s -22.2% behind this same date last year, down from -15.8% after last weekend.

However, that comparison may be a bit unfair, since 2019 hasn’t seen a release nearly as big as Black Panther. Most analysts are still predicting 2019’s box office to ultimately beat 2018’s.


Tuesday’s 4-Day Weekend Actuals (Domestic)

FRI, FEB. 15 – MON, FEB. 18

WIDE (1000+)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Alita: Battle Angel $33,534,100 3,790 $8,848 $42,250,332 1 20th Century Fox
2 The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part $27,753,494 -19% 4,303 0 $6,450 $69,228,853 4 Warner Bros.
3 Isn’t It Romantic $16,644,815 3,444 $4,833 $22,890,162 1 Warner Bros.
4 What Men Want $12,210,284 -33% 2,912 0 $4,193 $37,440,612 2 Paramount
5 Happy Death Day 2U $11,006,695 3,207 $3,432 $14,718,195 1 Universal Pictures
6 Cold Pursuit $6,946,112 -37% 2,630 0 $2,641 $22,068,444 2 Lionsgate / Summit
7 The Upside $6,513,075 -8% 2,781 -591 $2,342 $95,120,106 6 STX Entertainment
8 Glass $4,624,690 -26% 2,449 -805 $1,888 $105,258,605 5 Universal
9 The Prodigy $3,670,160 -37% 2,530 0 $1,451 $11,535,634 2 Orion Pictures
10 Green Book $3,511,960 2% 1,618 -531 $2,171 $66,517,361 14 Universal Pictures
11 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse $2,714,161 -11% 1,207 -519 $2,249 $183,470,065 10 Sony / Columbia
12 Aquaman $2,264,112 -29% 1,264 -938 $1,791 $331,750,214 10 Warner Bros.
13 Ralph Breaks the Internet $1,491,245 336% 1,354 956 $1,101 $199,178,489 13 Disney
14 Miss Bala $1,113,806 -59% 1,172 -1031 $950 $14,005,004 3 Sony Pictures

LIMITED (100 — 999)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 They Shall Not Grow Old $1,248,187 -27% 626 -201 $1,994 $15,519,534 9 Warner Bros.
2 A Dog’s Way Home $1,200,985 -39% 880 -1129 $1,365 $40,652,379 6 Sony Pictures
3 Bohemian Rhapsody $1,168,725 -10% 562 -277 $2,080 $212,200,434 16 20th Century Fox
4 The 2019 Oscar Nominated Short Films $976,202 4% 370 100 $2,638 $2,320,722 2 ShortsTV w/ Magnolia Pictures
5 A Star is Born $952,169 74% 843 387 $1,130 $209,963,857 20 Warner Bros.
6 The Favourite $792,882 -3% 324 -281 $2,447 $31,336,167 13 Fox Searchlight
7 Vice $710,639 9% 702 -5 $1,012 $46,230,876 8 Annapurna
8 Escape Room $700,040 -56% 635 -704 $1,102 $55,800,807 7 Sony Pictures
9 Mary Poppins Returns $581,556 -30% 345 -497 $1,686 $170,609,759 9 Disney
10 Bumblebee $560,062 -35% 584 -392 $959 $126,601,720 9 Paramount Pictures
11 The Kid Who Would Be King $483,098 -67% 415 -1431 $1,164 $16,428,172 4 20th Century Fox
12 Cold War $414,334 -20% 247 -23 $1,677 $3,560,901 9 Amazon Studios
13 The Mule $373,713 -17% 332 -171 $1,126 $103,171,276 10 Warner Bros.
14 Stan & Ollie $303,961 -29% 210 -142 $1,447 $4,793,210 8 Sony Pictures Classics
15 On The Basis Of Sex $290,925 -40% 186 -230 $1,564 $24,284,832 8 Focus Features
16 If Beale Street Could Talk $275,397 1% 165 -101 $1,669 $14,190,054 10 Annapurna
17 Free Solo $234,299 -28% 108 -45 $2,169 $16,291,980 21 National Geographic Entertainment
18 Capernaum $230,401 61% 136 73 $1,694 $1,030,450 10 Sony Pictures Classics
19 Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald $73,182 -2% 104 -45 $704 $159,539,241 14 Warner Bros.

PLATFORM (1 — 99)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Arctic $291,385 224% 63 48 $4,625 $479,969 3 Bleecker Street
2 Everybody Knows $232,452 226% 23 19 $10,107 $327,658 2 Focus Features
3 Uri: The Surgical Strike $205,723 -18% 51 -36 $4,034 $4,206,239 6 PackYourBag Films
4 Fighting With My Family $162,567 4 $40,642 $196,841 1 MGM
5 Never Look Away $152,738 293% 31 28 $4,927 $277,039 4 Sony Pictures Classics
6 Can You Ever Forgive Me? $92,513 -8% 68 -35 $1,360 $8,679,457 18 Fox Searchlight
7 The Wife $89,787 -5% 77 -22 $1,166 $9,231,353 27 Sony Pictures Classics
8 Shoplifters $84,265 -8% 66 -12 $1,277 $3,094,456 13 Magnolia Pictures
9 Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga $58,943 -76% 42 -150 $1,403 $1,171,031 3 FIP
10 Creed II $38,272 -11% 55 -14 $696 $115,667,242 13 MGM / Warner Bros
11 The Last Resort $36,051 5 $7,210 $68,317 9 Kino Lober Films
12 Second Act $35,723 -51% 67 -60 $533 $39,272,593 10 STX Entertainment
13 War and Peace $32,405 1 $32,405 $32,405 1 Janus Films
14 Birds of Passage $29,053 2 $14,527 $38,611 1 The Orchard
15 Donnybrook $28,337 80 $354 $28,337 1 IFC Films
16 To Dust $27,368 222% 14 13 $1,955 $38,259 2 Good Deed Entertainment
17 Serenity $25,267 -79% 63 -220 $401 $8,512,789 4 Aviron Pictures
18 Holmes and Watson $20,828 -44% 46 -25 $453 $30,568,743 9 Sony Pictures
19 CATVIDEOFEST 2019 $11,269 1 $11,269 $11,269 1 Oscilloscope
20 The Image Book $10,191 353% 3 -1 $3,397 $69,905 4 Kino Lorber Films
21 Destroyer $9,782 -88% 15 -129 $652 $1,501,622 8 Annapurna Pictures
22 Peppa Celebrates Chinese New Year $9,468 -86% 15 -52 $631 $131,174 2 STX Entertainment
23 Sorry Angel $7,954 1 $7,954 $7,954 1 Strand Releasing
24 Ben Is Back $7,720 -36% 15 -5 $515 $3,701,787 11 Roadside Attractions / LD Entertainment / Lionsgate
25 Ruben Brandt, Collector $7,403 2 $3,702 $8,746 1 Sony Pictures Classics
26 Hotel By The River $7,303 1 $7,303 $7,303 1 Cinema Guild
27 Hale County This Morning, This Evening $6,607 136% 7 4 $944 $98,911 23 Cinema Guild
28 The Possession of Hannah Grace $6,543 -44% 14 -11 $467 $14,836,174 12 Sony / Screen Gems
29 Widows $6,385 -16% 11 -10 $580 $42,400,511 14 20th Century Fox
30 Police Story and Police Story 2 $4,932 19% 3 1 $1,644 $52,921 3 Janus Films
31 Replicas $3,721 -58% 12 -17 $310 $4,045,555 6 Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures
32 Who Will Write Our History $2,553 -60% 3 -3 $851 $92,301 5 Abramorama
33 The Wild Pear Tree $1,507 -73% 4 2 $377 $19,144 3 Cinema Guild
34 What Is Democracy? $1,488 2 $744 $28,299 5 Zeitgeist Films
35 The Heiresses $1,444 -26% 3 2 $481 $45,781 5 Distrib Films US
36 Life and Nothing More $1,206 3 $402 $21,041 17 CFI Releasing
37 Burning $886 69% 2 0 $443 $704,878 17 Well Go USA Entertainment
38 The Gospel of Eureka $702 -80% 2 1 $351 $14,445 2 Kino Lorber
39 Studio 54 $586 1 $586 $192,644 20 Zeitgeist Films
40 Of Fathers and Sons $459 -57% 4 0 $115 $12,055 13 Kino Lorber
41 Liyana $378 1 $378 $40,175 19 Abramorama
42 Sicilian Ghost Story $371 1 $371 $15,285 12 Strand Releasing

Monday Update: Updated studio 4-day weekend estimates are below.

Monday’s Studio 4-Day Weekend Estimates (Domestic)

FRI, FEB. 15 – MON, FEB. 18

WIDE (1000+)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Alita: Battle Angel $34,300,000 3,790 $9,050 $43,016,232 1 20th Century Fox
2 The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part $27,325,000 -20% 4,303 0 $6,350 $68,800,359 4 Warner Bros.
3 Isn’t It Romantic $16,640,000 3,444 $4,832 $22,885,347 1 Warner Bros.
4 What Men Want $12,370,000 -32% 2,912 0 $4,248 $37,600,328 2 Paramount
5 Happy Death Day 2U $11,012,000 3,207 $3,434 $14,723,500 1 Universal Pictures
6 Cold Pursuit $7,000,000 -37% 2,630 0 $2,662 $22,122,332 2 Lionsgate / Summit
7 The Upside $6,560,000 -7% 2,781 -591 $2,359 $95,167,031 6 STX Entertainment
8 Glass $4,666,000 -26% 2,449 -805 $1,905 $105,299,915 5 Universal
9 The Prodigy $3,641,178 -38% 2,530 0 $1,439 $11,506,652 2 Orion Pictures
10 Green Book $3,492,000 1% 1,618 -531 $2,158 $66,497,401 14 Universal Pictures
11 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse $2,665,000 -12% 1,207 -519 $2,208 $183,420,904 10 Sony / Columbia
12 Aquaman $2,315,000 -28% 1,264 -938 $1,831 $331,801,102 10 Warner Bros.
13 Ralph Breaks the Internet $1,324,000 287% 1,354 956 $978 $199,011,244 13 Disney
14 Miss Bala $1,160,000 -58% 1,172 -1031 $990 $14,051,198 3 Sony Pictures

LIMITED (100 — 999)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 They Shall Not Grow Old $1,255,000 -27% 626 -201 $2,005 $15,526,347 9 Warner Bros.
2 Bohemian Rhapsody $1,200,000 -8% 562 -277 $2,135 $212,231,709 16 20th Century Fox
3 A Dog’s Way Home $1,125,000 -43% 880 -1129 $1,278 $40,576,394 6 Sony Pictures
4 A Star is Born $1,000,000 83% 843 387 $1,186 $210,011,688 20 Warner Bros.
5 The Favourite $800,000 -2% 324 -281 $2,469 $31,343,285 13 Fox Searchlight
6 Escape Room $700,000 -56% 635 -704 $1,102 $55,800,767 7 Sony Pictures
7 Vice $696,264 7% 702 -5 $992 $46,216,501 8 Annapurna
8 Bumblebee $540,000 -38% 584 -392 $925 $126,581,658 9 Paramount Pictures
9 Mary Poppins Returns $508,000 -39% 345 -497 $1,472 $170,536,203 9 Disney
10 The Kid Who Would Be King $465,000 -68% 415 -1431 $1,120 $16,410,074 4 20th Century Fox
11 Cold War $404,350 -22% 247 -23 $1,637 $3,550,917 9 Amazon Studios
12 Stan & Ollie $308,964 -28% 210 -142 $1,471 $4,798,213 8 Sony Pictures Classics
13 If Beale Street Could Talk $272,071 0% 165 -101 $1,649 $14,186,728 10 Annapurna
14 Capernaum $245,834 72% 136 73 $1,808 $1,045,883 10 Sony Pictures Classics
15 Free Solo $180,046 -45% 108 -45 $1,667 $16,237,725 21 National Geographic Entertainment

PLATFORM (1 — 99)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Arctic $291,057 224% 63 48 $4,620 $479,641 3 Bleecker Street
2 Everybody Knows $233,000 227% 23 19 $10,130 $328,206 2 Focus Features
3 Fighting With My Family $166,322 4 $41,581 $200,596 1 MGM
4 Never Look Away $162,377 318% 31 28 $5,238 $286,678 4 Sony Pictures Classics
5 The Wife $87,484 -8% 77 -22 $1,136 $9,229,050 27 Sony Pictures Classics
6 Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga $60,000 -76% 43 -149 $1,395 $1,172,088 3 FIP
7 Lords of Chaos $53,654 94% 12 8 $4,471 $101,391 2 Gunpowder & Sky
8 The Invisibles $35,311 -4% 19 1 $1,858 $171,772 4 Greenwich Entertainment
9 Birds of Passage $31,180 2 $15,590 $40,738 1 The Orchard
10 Second Act $30,000 -59% 67 -60 $448 $39,266,870 10 STX Entertainment
11 To Dust $29,100 243% 15 14 $1,940 $39,991 2 Good Deed Entertainment
12 War and Peace $22,000 1 $22,000 $22,000 1 Janus Films
13 CATVIDEOFEST 2019 $11,100 1 $11,100 $11,100 1 Oscilloscope
14 Ruben Brandt, Collector $7,536 22 $343 $7,536 1 Sony Pictures Classics
15 Hotel By The River $5,870 1 $5,870 $5,870 1 Cinema Guild
16 Replicas $5,500 -37% 12 -17 $458 $4,047,334 6 Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures

Sunday Update: Over a President’s Day weekend with three new wide releases on tap, Alita: Battle Angel handily stole the top spot from holdover The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, grossing an estimated $27.8 million over the three day weekend and a studio-projected $33 million over the four-day. Elsewhere, freshman rom-com Isn’t It Romantic boasted a healthy opening frame, while horror sequel Happy Death Day 2U suffered an unfortunate case of sequelitis as it grossed less than half its predecessor’s opening weekend.

Originally announced way back in 2003 as a directing vehicle for James Cameron, Alita: Battle Angel finally fought its way to the screen with Cameron on board as a producer and Robert Rodriguez taking over directing duties. Despite bowing to mixed reviews, Cameron’s name clearly helped bump up the interest level among general audiences unfamiliar with the Japanese manga on which the film is based.

Additionally, the film’s marketing campaign, which emphasized its cutting-edge technological aspects (it was shot utilizing a mixture of live-action and CGI), seems to have further goosed excitement from fans. That helped boost the opening weekend numbers thanks to higher-priced premium formats like 3D and IMAX (the latter of which made up 15% of North American receipts). Also on the plus side, Alita is already performing far better than other similar recent sci-fi blockbusters like Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets ($17 million three-day opening, $41.1 million total) and Ghost in the Shell ($18.6 million opening, $40.5 million total).

All of that being said, Alita’s reported $170 million production budget presents a considerable hurdle for its long-term commercial prospects. Since opening on Wednesday, it has grossed a total of $41.7 million—a fantastic number for most other releases, but somewhat underwhelming for a film boasting such a gargantuan price tag. Unless it holds up extraordinarily well over the coming weeks, it will need to rely heavily on overseas grosses to make up for its performance domestically. The Avatar association certainly won’t hurt in that regard, but Alita also simply doesn’t hold the same kind of gravity as that film, which benefitted considerably from the sense that it represented something entirely new and groundbreaking in cinema. In short, Alita is going to need strong word-of-mouth to get where it needs to be in North America.

Dropping to second place following its disappointing opening last weekend was Warner Bros.’ The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, which held up reasonably well in its sophomore frame with an estimated $21.2 million over the three-day frame and a BoxOffice-projected $25.8 million over the four-day. That’s a drop of around 38% for the three-day period, which suggests word-of-mouth for the film has been reasonably strong despite those underwhelming opening numbers. Still, it has quite a bit of catching up to do; with a projected total of $67.2 million after eleven days, it’s currently running roughly 48% behind the pace of the first LEGO Movie and 31% behind the pace of The LEGO Batman Movie at the same point.

Debuting in third place was Warner Bros./New Line’s Isn’t It Romantic, which brought in an estimated $14.2 million over the three-day period and a BoxOffice-projected $16.6 million over the four-day. Since opening on Wednesday, that would give the Rebel Wilson rom-com $22.8 million since opening on Wednesday, a good result for a film budgeted at a reported $31 million. The positive result is partially the result of the savvy Valentine’s Day release date for the film, partially the result of its clever concept and marketing campaign, and partially the result of its better-than-average (for a rom-com) 68% “Fresh” rating on Rotten Tomatoes. But it also attests to the drawing power of Wilson, who has now proven she can open a film on her name alone. While the actress co-starred in all three blockbuster Pitch Perfect movies, those were ensemble affairs whose success couldn’t necessarily be pegged to any one performer. Here, the case can clearly be made that Wilson’s starpower was a major draw.

Finishing in fourth place following its solid $18.2 million opening last weekend was Paramount’s What Men Want, which brought in an estimated $10.9 million over the three-day period and a projected $12.6 million over the four-day. That represents a decent 40% drop from its three-day opening frame and brings the Taraji P. Henson comedy to a healthy $37.8 million total through Monday.

Debuting in fifth was Happy Death Day 2U, the sequel to 2017’s Happy Death Day, which brought in an estimated $9.8 million over the three-day frame and a studio-projected $11.4 million over the four-day. That’s a sizable drop from the first film’s $26 million three-day opening, suggesting audiences weren’t nearly as amped for a second round as Universal and Blumhouse might have hoped. Conceivably, the horror follow-up may have also been hurt by the presence of Isn’t It Romantic in the marketplace. While the films exist in two entirely distinct genres, both hold strong appeal for young women, and it seems more of them were in the mood for a light rom-com than a horror film over the long weekend.

Still, 2U’s underperformance feels like a bit of a head-scratcher, particularly given the consistent strength of horror fare over the last several years and the fact that it followed up a well-liked title with a fun, easy-to-market premise. Additionally, reviews were about in line with those of the first movie (66% Fresh vs. 71% for Happy Death Day), while the Flixster Audience Scores are nearly identical (66% vs. 65%). One factor could conceivably have been the film’s inherently repetitive, Groundhog Day-style premise, with audiences deciding to opt for one of the weekend’s fresher newcomers instead. 

Sixth place went to Cold Pursuit, the Liam Neeson actioner that debuted to a middling $11 million last weekend. With an estimated $6 million over the three-day frame and a studio-projected $7.05 million over the four-day, the film dropped roughly 46% from its previous three-day total, which is about in line with some of Neeson’s more recent thrillers. With a projected $22.1 million through Monday, the Lionsgate release is running slightly ahead of the 2015 Neeson vehicle Run All Night, which brought in almost exactly the same total over opening weekend and finished its North American run with $26.4 million.

In seventh, STX’s The Upside continued its fantastic run with an estimated $5.5 million over the three-day weekend and a studio-projected $6.7 million over the four-day, which would bring its grand total to an outstanding $95.3 million through Monday. The feel-good drama will soon cross the $100 million mark, becoming Hart’s fourth live-action starring vehicle to do so after Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle ($404.5 million total), Ride Along ($134.9 million), and Central Intelligence ($127.4 million).

Rounding out the Top 10, Glass brought in an estimated $3.9 million over the three-day and a studio-projected $4.6 million over the four-day for a total of $105.2 million after five weeks; The Prodigy grossed an estimated $3.1 million over the three-day and a BoxOffice-projected $3.7 million over the four-day for $11.6 million after 11 days of release; and Green Book clocked its fourteenth weekend in the Top 10 with an estimated $2.7 million over the three-day frame and a projected $3.2 million over the four-day. The leggy Universal drama, which is up for Best Picture at next Sunday’s Oscars, is projected to have a solid $66.2 million in the bank through Monday.

Limited Release:

MGM’s Fighting With My Family debuted to an estimated $131K over the three-day frame and a studio-projected $163K over the four-day, which would bring the well-reviewed Dwayne Johnson dramedy to a total of $198 million since opening mid-week. That would give the film a healthy per-screen average of roughly $32K over the FSS period and $40K over the FSSM frame.

Overseas Update:

Alita: Battle Angel grossed an estimated $56 million from 86 territories this weekend, bringing its international total to $94.3 million and its global cume to an estimated $130.8 million through Sunday. The film will face its biggest test overseas next weekend, when it opens in the all-important Chinese market on February 22. 

Universal’s How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World brought in an estimated $21.7 million in 49 territories this weekend, bringing its international total to a strong $172.5 million ahead of its North American release on Friday. 


Sunday’s Studio Weekend Estimates (Domestic)

FRI, FEB. 15 – SUN, FEB. 17

WIDE (1000+)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Alita: Battle Angel $27,800,000 3,790 $7,335 $36,516,232 1 20th Century Fox
2 The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part $21,215,000 -38% 4,303 0 $4,930 $62,690,359 4 Warner Bros.
3 Isn’t It Romantic $14,210,000 3,444 $4,126 $20,455,347 1 Warner Bros.
4 What Men Want $10,920,000 -40% 2,912 0 $3,750 $36,150,328 2 Paramount
5 Happy Death Day 2U $9,820,000 3,207 $3,062 $13,531,500 1 Universal Pictures
6 Cold Pursuit $6,000,000 -46% 2,630 0 $2,281 $21,122,332 2 Lionsgate / Summit
7 The Upside $5,590,000 -21% 2,781 -591 $2,010 $94,197,031 6 STX Entertainment
8 Glass $3,860,000 -39% 2,449 -805 $1,576 $104,493,915 5 Universal
9 The Prodigy $3,150,065 -46% 2,530 0 $1,245 $11,015,539 2 Orion Pictures
10 Green Book $2,750,000 -20% 1,618 -531 $1,700 $65,755,401 14 Universal Pictures
11 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse $1,965,000 -35% 1,207 -519 $1,628 $182,720,904 10 Sony / Columbia
12 Aquaman $1,885,000 -41% 1,264 -938 $1,491 $331,371,102 10 Warner Bros.
13 Miss Bala $970,000 -65% 1,172 -1031 $828 $13,861,198 3 Sony Pictures
14 Ralph Breaks the Internet $916,000 168% 1,354 956 $677 $198,603,244 13 Disney

LIMITED (100 — 999)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 They Shall Not Grow Old $985,000 -42% 626 -201 $1,573 $15,256,347 9 Warner Bros.
2 A Dog’s Way Home $890,000 -55% 880 -1129 $1,011 $40,341,394 6 Sony Pictures
3 Bohemian Rhapsody $870,000 -33% 562 -277 $1,548 $211,901,709 16 20th Century Fox
4 A Star is Born $810,000 48% 843 387 $961 $209,821,688 20 Warner Bros.
5 Escape Room $620,000 -61% 635 -704 $976 $55,720,767 7 Sony Pictures
6 The Favourite $570,000 -30% 324 -281 $1,759 $31,113,285 13 Fox Searchlight
7 Vice $539,972 -17% 702 -5 $769 $46,060,209 8 Annapurna
8 Bumblebee $435,000 -50% 584 -392 $745 $126,476,658 9 Paramount Pictures
9 Cold War $404,350 -22% 247 -23 $1,637 $3,550,917 9 Amazon Studios
10 Mary Poppins Returns $385,000 -54% 345 -497 $1,116 $170,413,203 9 Disney
11 The Kid Who Would Be King $335,000 -77% 415 -1431 $807 $16,280,074 4 20th Century Fox
12 Stan & Ollie $260,170 -40% 210 -142 $1,239 $4,749,419 8 Sony Pictures Classics
13 If Beale Street Could Talk $210,006 -23% 165 -101 $1,273 $14,124,663 10 Annapurna
14 Capernaum $193,301 35% 136 73 $1,421 $993,350 10 Sony Pictures Classics
15 Free Solo $180,046 -45% 108 -45 $1,667 $16,237,725 21 National Geographic Entertainment

PLATFORM (1 — 99)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Arctic $256,510 185% 63 48 $4,072 $445,094 3 Bleecker Street
2 Everybody Knows $191,000 168% 23 19 $8,304 $286,206 2 Focus Features
3 Never Look Away $135,654 249% 31 28 $4,376 $259,955 4 Sony Pictures Classics
4 Fighting With My Family $131,625 4 $32,906 $165,899 1 MGM
5 The Wife $69,657 -27% 77 -22 $905 $9,211,223 27 Sony Pictures Classics
6 Lords of Chaos $53,654 94% 12 8 $4,471 $101,391 2 Gunpowder & Sky
7 Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga $47,000 -81% 43 -149 $1,093 $1,159,088 3 FIP
8 The Invisibles $35,311 -4% 19 1 $1,858 $171,772 4 Greenwich Entertainment
9 Second Act $30,000 -59% 67 -60 $448 $39,266,870 10 STX Entertainment
10 To Dust $29,100 243% 15 14 $1,940 $39,991 2 Good Deed Entertainment
11 Birds of Passage $24,249 2 $12,125 $33,807 1 The Orchard
12 War and Peace $22,000 1 $22,000 $22,000 1 Janus Films
13 CATVIDEOFEST 2019 $11,100 1 $11,100 $11,100 1 Oscilloscope
14 Ruben Brandt, Collector $6,394 22 $291 $6,394 1 Sony Pictures Classics
15 Hotel By The River $5,870 1 $5,870 $5,870 1 Cinema Guild
16 Replicas $3,000 -66% 12 -17 $250 $4,044,834 6 Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures

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