On a weekend with no new wide releases in the marketplace and just 43% of theaters across the country remaining open, Open Road’s The Marksman kept its hold on the No. 1 spot at the box office with an estimated $2.03 million, a drop of 35% from its debut. The Liam Neeson thriller now has $6.09 million after ten days of release.
Easing just 9% from last weekend was The Croods: A New Age, which continues pulling in family audiences in its ninth weekend of release. The Universal sequel grossed an estimated $1.82 million, bringing its total to $41.83 million to date.
Wonder Woman 1984 finished in third place with an estimated $1.6 million, a drop of 38%. That brings the domestic total for the Warner Bros. sequel to $37.7 million through the end of its fifth weekend.
Coming in fourth place was Sony’s Monster Hunter, which grossed an estimated $820,000 for the weekend (a drop of just 11%) for a total of $10.2 million to date.
Rounding out the top five was Universal’s News of the World, which dipped 19% to an estimated $810,000 this weekend. The Oscar-tipped Tom Hanks Western — which could switch positions with Monster Hunter once actuals are tallied given the scant $10,000 difference between the two titles — has $9.65 million through the end of its fifth weekend.
Opening in 543 locations was Gravitas Ventures’ Our Friend, which debuted with an estimated $250,000. The dramedy starring Casey Affleck, Dakota Johnson and Jason Segel – which first premiered at the 2019 Toronto Film Festival – is also currently available in PVOD.
RLJE Films released the horror-comedy PG: Psycho Goreman on 45 screens and brought in an estimated $44,500 for the weekend.
Wonder Woman 1984 grossed an estimated $2.1 million overseas, bringing its international tally to $110.3 million and its worldwide total to $148 million.
The Croods: A New Age continued its slow creep to $100 million internationally with an estimated $1.62 million gross this weekend, bringing its overseas total to $97.96 million and its global cume to $139.8 million to date.
Sunday’s Studio Weekend Estimates (Domestic)
FRI, JAN. 22 – SUN, JAN. 24
|1||The Marksman||$2,030,000||-35%||2,018||43||$1,006||$6,093,974||2||Open Road / Briarcliff Entertainment|
|2||The Croods: A New Age||$1,820,000||-9%||1,876||21||$970||$41,835,455||9||Universal Pictures|
|3||Wonder Woman 1984||$1,600,000||-38%||2,013||-188||$795||$37,700,000||5||Warner Bros.|
|4||Monster Hunter||$820,000||-12%||1,661||-33||$494||$10,194,826||6||Sony Pictures|
|5||News of The World||$810,000||-19%||1,874||-79||$432||$9,651,865||5||Universal Pictures|
|7||Promising Young Woman||$400,000||-10%||1,236||-97||$324||$3,979,465||5||Focus Features|
|1||Our Friend||$250,000||—||543||—||$460||$250,000||1||Gravitas Ventures|
|2||The War With Grandpa||$163,944||1%||507||85||$323||$19,469,358||16||101 Studios|
|4||The Emperor’s New Groove (2021 Re-Issue)||$115,000||-28%||635||-109||$181||$334,000||2||Walt Disney Pictures|
|5||Come Play||$100,000||-4%||166||7||$602||$9,949,535||13||Focus Features|
|6||No Man’s Land||$62,000||—||255||—||$243||$62,000||1||IFC Films|
|8||Half Brothers||$35,000||-20%||108||-43||$324||$2,235,135||8||Focus Features|
|1||PG: Psycho Goreman||$44,500||—||45||—||$989||$44,500||1||RLJE Films|
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