Saturday Update: As expected, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom led the way on Friday with $17.438 million, putting it on target for a weekend around $59 million based on studio projections. The film’s domestic total stands at a healthy $222.2 million through eight days.
Incredibles 2 added another $13.628 million yesterday, pushing its domestic haul up to $407.8 million in just just 15 days. Updated projections for its third weekend stand at $45 million+.
Sicario: Day of the Soldado is performing at the high end of expectations, and potentially crossing into “over-performance” territory. Its $7.485 million opening day is a strong start for the sequel as the studio officially projects $18.2 million for the weekend.
Uncle Drew is similarly off to great debut with $6.13 million earned on Friday as it looks to bring in north of $15 million this weekend.
Ocean’s 8 capped the top five yesterday with another strong hold to begin its fourth frame. Based on a $2.41 million Friday estimate, this weekend should ring up around $7.8 million. Its 22-day gross stands at $109.1 million.
Early weekend estimates can be found in the chart below with updated estimates from all major studios to follow on Sunday.
Please note: estimates below from Fox, Global Road, Sony, and Universal represent their official weekend estimates as of Saturday morning.
Early Weekend Estimates (Domestic)
FRI, JUN. 29 – SUN, JUL. 1
|1||Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom||$59,000,000||-60%||4,485||10||$13,155||$263,787,335||2||Universal|
|3||Sicario: Day of the Soldado||$18,200,000||—||3,055||—||$5,957||$18,200,000||1||Sony / Black Label|
|4||Uncle Drew||$16,000,000||—||2,742||—||$5,835||$16,000,000||1||Lionsgate / Summit|
|5||Ocean’s 8||$7,800,000||-32%||3,426||-230||$2,277||$114,472,181||4||Warner Bros.|
|6||Tag (2018)||$5,400,000||-35%||3,176||-206||$1,700||$40,652,808||3||Warner Bros.|
|8||Solo: A Star Wars Story||$2,400,000||-47%||1,654||-684||$1,451||$207,386,115||6||Disney|
|2||Won’t You Be My Neighbor?||$2,000,000||10%||654||306||$3,058||$7,197,082||4||Focus Features|
|3||Avengers: Infinity War||$1,400,000||-46%||890||-566||$1,573||$672,482,712||10||Disney|
|4||Book Club||$640,000||-33%||505||-167||$1,267||$66,093,632||7||Paramount Pictures|
|5||Overboard||$190,000||-66%||193||-132||$984||$50,163,946||9||Lionsgate / Pantelion|
|6||A Quiet Place||$170,000||1%||211||-4||$806||$187,146,495||13||Paramount|
|7||Show Dogs||$90,502||32%||146||11||$620||$17,446,444||7||Global Road Entertainment|
|1||A Wrinkle in Time||$37,000||-55%||58||-32||$638||$100,466,532||17||Walt Disney Pictures|
|3||Hotel Artemis||$11,563||-84%||35||-128||$330||$6,631,346||4||Global Road|
|4||Chappaquiddick||$1,700||-71%||6||-2||$283||$17,385,247||13||Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures|
Friday Report: Sony’s Sicario: Day of the Soldado took in a strong $2.0 million from Thursday night’s opening shows, coming in on the high end of expectations. Direct comparisons are few and far between, but that comes in notably higher than Den of Thieves‘ $950,000 start earlier this year. With summer business and the sequel factor in play, projections from the Thursday figure tend to vary, but a weekend in the mid-to-high teen millions looks very doable at this point.
Uncle Drew made a splash in his own right with $1.1 million last night, setting up for a healthy weekend ahead. That figure topped the $860,000 of Boo! A Madea Halloween, although the latter film opened in fall. Again, Thursday business isn’t entirely indicative of where this film is heading, but it too could land on the high end of pre-release forecasts.
More updates to follow throughout the weekend.
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