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Monday Update: Lionsgate’s action sequel Angel Has Fallen did anything but fall, exceeding even the most optimistic pre-release projections with a $21.3M opening.


That’s -1.1% off from the $21.6M opening of previous installment London Has Fallen. 


Last weekend’s leader, Universal’s R-rated comedy Good Boys, took second place. Declining -45.6%, it earned $11.6M.


Sony’s faith-based drama Overcomer slightly beat most expectations with a third place start of $8.1M.


Fox Searchlight’s horror film Ready or Not began in sixth place with $8.0M, a little above most projections.


Comparisons


Total box office this weekend was $94.8M.


That’s -9.9% below last weekend but +4.4% above this same weekend last year, when Crazy Rich Asians led for a second frame with $24.8M.


Year-to-date box office stands at $7.64B. That’s -6.4% behind this same date last year, even from -6.4% after last weekend.







Monday’s Weekend Actuals (Domestic)
FRI, AUG. 23 – SUN, AUG. 25


WIDE (1000+)



#
TITLE
WEEKEND
 
LOCATIONS
 
AVG.
TOTAL
WKS.
DIST.




1
Angel Has Fallen
$21,380,987

3,286

$6,507
$21,380,987
1
Lionsgate


2
Good Boys
$11,635,655
-46%
3,353
149
$3,470
$41,943,160
2
Universal Pictures


3
Overcomer
$8,146,533

1,723

$4,728
$8,146,533
1
Sony Pictures


4
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw
$8,068,380
-43%
3,312
-445
$2,436
$147,629,635
4
Universal Pictures


5
The Lion King
$8,065,231
-35%
3,300
-260
$2,444
$510,550,966
6
Walt Disney Pictures


6
Ready or Not
$8,015,590

2,855

$2,808
$11,043,738
1
Fox Searchlight


7
The Angry Birds Movie 2
$6,382,367
-38%
3,869
0
$1,650
$27,108,630
2
Sony Pictures


8
Scary Stories to Tell In The Dark
$5,867,926
-41%
2,927
-208
$2,005
$50,357,128
3
CBS Films / Lionsgate


9
Dora and the Lost City of Gold
$5,331,043
-38%
2,843
-892
$1,875
$43,230,996
3
Paramount Pictures


10
Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
$5,005,400
-35%
2,209
-295
$2,266
$123,192,867
5
Sony Pictures


11
47 Meters Down: Uncaged
$3,920,632
-53%
2,883
30
$1,360
$15,336,579
2
Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures


12
The Art of Racing in the Rain
$2,106,419
-54%
2,040
-725
$1,033
$21,486,746
3
20th Century Fox


13
Blinded by the Light
$1,982,086
-54%
2,307
0
$859
$8,103,492
2
Warner Bros


14
Spider-Man: Far from Home
$1,682,473
-40%
1,008
-507
$1,669
$379,751,480
8
Sony / Columbia


15
Where’d You Go, Bernadette?
$1,424,237
-59%
2,306
-98
$618
$6,609,797
2
United Artists Releasing





LIMITED (100 — 999)



#
TITLE
WEEKEND
 
LOCATIONS
 
AVG.
TOTAL
WKS.
DIST.




1
The Peanut Butter Falcon
$2,959,045
928%
986
937
$3,001
$3,678,394
3
Roadside Attractions


2
Toy Story 4
$1,230,836
-43%
820
-425
$1,501
$426,734,092
10
Disney


3
The Farewell
$882,623
-41%
816
-45
$1,082
$14,417,233
7
A24


4
Mission Mangal
$655,056
-52%
263
0
$2,491
$2,713,267
2
FIP


5
Yesterday
$399,550
-30%
438
-64
$912
$72,391,710
9
Universal Pictures


6
The Kitchen
$342,506
-84%
620
-2125
$552
$11,644,797
3
Warner Bros.


7
Luce
$252,480
53%
160
102
$1,578
$863,162
4
NEON


8
Aladdin
$204,546
-35%
185
-40
$1,106
$353,863,659
14
Disney


9
The Secret Life of Pets 2
$201,400
-24%
185
-57
$1,089
$157,448,865
12
Universal


10
Maiden
$140,525
-46%
153
-1
$918
$2,514,828
9
Sony Pictures Classics


11
Crawl
$134,290
-29%
143
-31
$939
$38,827,963
7
Paramount Pictures


12
Brian Banks
$131,579
-81%
220
-760
$598
$4,173,394
3
Bleecker Street


13
Rocketman
$71,468
-30%
118
-42
$606
$96,227,407
13
Paramount Pictures


14
John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum
$68,942
-56%
129
-19
$534
$170,795,001
15
Lionsgate


15
Annabelle Comes Home
$61,507
12%
116
14
$530
$72,664,584
9
Warner Bros.


16
Men in Black: International
$55,873
-28%
100
-16
$559
$79,642,808
11
Sony / Columbia


17
Avengers: Endgame
$50,268
-50%
115
-33
$437
$858,238,683
18
Disney





PLATFORM (1 — 99)



#
TITLE
WEEKEND
 
LOCATIONS
 
AVG.
TOTAL
WKS.
DIST.




1
Brittany Runs A Marathon
$180,711

5

$36,142
$180,711
1
Amazon Studios


2
After The Wedding
$154,115
83%
81
55
$1,903
$348,647
3
Sony Pictures Classics


3
Midsommar
$49,354
-46%
44
-31
$1,122
$26,029,313
8
A24


4
One Child Nation
$46,789
-2%
34
16
$1,376
$151,695
3
Amazon Studios


5
Honeyland
$46,621
-16%
36
4
$1,295
$290,447
5
Neon


6
Line Walker 2: Invisible Spy
$46,055
-53%
15
-2
$3,070
$205,967
2
Well Go USA Entertainment


7
Stuber
$45,170
161%
75
25
$602
$22,351,126
7
20th Century Fox


8
David Crosby: Remember My Name
$41,833
-10%
47
6
$890
$456,392
6
Sony Pictures Classics


9
Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles
$38,828

7

$5,547
$38,828
1
Roadside Attractions / Samuel Goldwyn Films


10
The Fighting Preacher
$37,881
2%
27
8
$1,403
$557,057
5
Purdie Distribution


11
The Nightingale
$37,731
-16%
51
12
$740
$248,354
4
IFC Films


12
Godzilla: King of the Monsters
$34,266
-27%
64
-31
$535
$110,481,291
13
Warner Bros.


13
Give Me Liberty
$33,261

3

$11,087
$33,261
1
Music Box Films


14
Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am
$32,422
-44%
44
-25
$737
$807,138
10
Magnolia Pictures


15
Tigers Are Not Afraid
$30,700

6

$5,117
$30,700
1
Variance Films


16
Aquarela
$23,983
-3%
13
8
$1,845
$62,547
2
Sony Pictures Classics


17
Mike Wallace is Here
$20,186
-35%
37
-1
$546
$229,827
5
Magnolia Pictures


18
Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love
$19,968
-26%
43
-22
$464
$884,300
8
Roadside Attractions


19
Miles Davis: Birth of The Cool
$18,258

1

$18,258
$18,258
1
Abramorama


20
Cold Case Hammarskjöld
$16,007
-12%
15
5
$1,067
$45,492
2
Magnolia Pictures


21
Grateful Dead Meetup 2019
$13,648
2381%
2
0
$6,824
$534,611
4
Trafalgar Releasing


22
The Divine Fury
$11,759
-73%
7
-16
$1,680
$83,507
2
Well Go USA Entertainment


23
Jay Myself
$10,850
-6%
9
7
$1,206
$85,530
4
Oscilloscope Laboratories


24
The Biggest Little Farm
$10,554
-38%
16
-11
$660
$4,361,977
16
Neon


25
Wild Rose
$10,080
-26%
24
7
$420
$1,630,301
10
Neon


26
The Other Side of Heaven 2: Fire of Faith
$8,818
-24%
16
-5
$551
$1,668,347
9
ArtAffects Entertainment


27
The Bravest
$7,015
-76%
2
-31
$3,508
$278,109
3
Sony Pictures


28
Late Night
$4,669
-69%
13
-19
$359
$15,494,928
12
Amazon Studios


29
The Other Story
$3,596
223%
4
3
$899
$122,718
9
Strand Releasing


30
Vita & Virginia
$3,408

1

$3,408
$3,408
1
IFC Films


31
Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles
$3,261
-43%
2
0
$1,631
$14,348
2
GKIDS


32
Sword of Trust
$3,124
-58%
14
-1
$223
$321,124
7
IFC Films


33
Genese
$2,585

1

$2,585
$2,585
1
Film Movement


34
Rush: Cinema Strangiato 2019
$2,580

1

$2,580
$957,106
1
Trafalgar Releasing


35
End of the Century
$2,424
-76%
1
0
$2,424
$17,250
2
 


36
Rojo
$2,142
2108%
2
1
$1,071
$76,732
7
Distrib Films


37
Diamantino
$1,630
945%
1
-1
$1,630
$69,485
14
Kino Lorber


38
The Mountain
$1,618
11%
3
-1
$539
$51,129
5
Kino Lorber


39
Piranhas
$1,435
505%
4
2
$359
$18,139
4
Music Box Films


40
The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil
$1,410

1

$1,410
$216,494
12
Well Go USA Entertainment


41
Meeting Gorbachev
$991

3

$330
$251,039
17
1091


42
Last Year at Marienbad (2019 re-issue)
$767

1

$767
$60,084
15
Rialto Pictures


43
Ode to Joy
$759
-89%
5
-11
$152
$16,953
3
IFC Films


44
Free Trip To Egypt
$637
-17%
13
11
$49
$33,663
13
Matson Films


45
Suburban Birds
$391

1

$391
$10,124
21
Cinema Guild


46
In the Aisles
$349
157%
1
0
$349
$25,881
11
Music Box Films


47
That Part Feeling
$340
156%
1
0
$340
$8,812
13
Film Movement


48
Olivia
$177
-96%
1
-2
$177
$7,315
2
Distrib Films/Icarus


49
The Queen (2019 re-release)
$134
-43%
2
1
$67
$42,452
9
Kino Lorber








Monday Update: Hollywood continued flooding theaters with new releases in the final weekend before Labor Day, pushing out the action threequel Angel Has Fallen, the R-rated horror film Ready Or Not and the faith-based drama Overcomer. Among those titles, Angel was the one to snag the No. 1 spot with an estimated $21.2 million debut from 3,286 screens, demonstrating the continued strength of the Gerard Butler franchise.


Angel Has Fallen was actually the second Lionsgate R-rated action threequel to capture the top spot at the box office this year following John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, which launched to $56.8 million back in May. Though obviously not in the same league, Angel Has Fallen managed to outperform most projections, which had it finishing in the mid-teen range heading into the weekend.


With this weekend’s gross, Angel Has Fallen came in roughly even with 2016’s London Has Fallen ($21.6 million), though the first film in the franchise—2013’s Olympus Has Fallen—remains the highest opener of the bunch, having scored $30.3 million in its debut. Reviews were poor–the film scored just 39% on Rotten Tomatoes–but that’s par for the course for a franchise that’s always been more of an audience than a critical favorite. Like its predecessors, Angel Has Fallen came in with a solid “A-“ Cinemascore, while its RT Audience Score currently stands at an excellent 95%.


Second place went to last week’s No. 1 Good Boys, which dipped 45% to an estimated $11.7 million in its sophomore frame. That’s a solid hold for the Universal comedy, which now has a healthy $49 million after 10 days of release.


Debuting in third place with a strong opening was the Christian sports drama Overcomer, which brought in an estimated $8.2 million from 1,723 screens. The Sony/AFFIRM release benefitted greatly from the name value of writer-directors The Kendrick Brothers, who previously minted faith-based hits with films like 2006’s Facing the Giants ($10.1 million in North America off a $100,000 budget), 2008’s Fireproof ($33.4 million), 2011’s Courageous ($34.5 million) and 2015’s War Room, which opened with $11.5 million and went on to gross $67.7 million domestically. Though reviews for the film were mostly negative (38% on Rotten Tomatoes), it clearly won out with its target audience, with opening-day viewers awarding it an “A+” Cinemascore and RT users giving it a near-perfect 99% Audience Score.


After crossing the $500 million domestic mark last week, The Lion King came in fourth with an estimated $8.15 million, bringing the Disney blockbuster to $510.6 million through the end of its sixth weekend. That puts it over the $504 million brought in by the live-action Beauty & the Beast in 2017, making it the top-grossing Disney live-action/CG reimagining to date.


In fifth, Hobbs & Shaw brought in an estimated $8.1 million, bringing the total for the Fast & Furious spinoff to $147.7 million through the end of its fourth weekend. That number puts the Universal release in fifth place all-time among films in the franchise, having surpassed the $144.5 million gross of the first installment not adjusting for inflation.


The weekend’s final new wide release Ready Or Not finished in sixth place with a decent $7.6 million debut Friday through Sunday on 2,855 screens, giving the horror-thriller a total of $10.6 million since opening Tuesday night. Some projections had the Fox Searchlight title released by Disney finishing in the low teens for the three-day period, so it came in slightly below expectations despite good reviews (87% on Rotten Tomatoes) and a good-for-the-genre “B+” Cinemascore. The opening is actually closely aligned with the similar horror film You’re Next, which opened to $7 million in 2013 on its way to a final domestic total of $18.4 million.


Following a disappointing $10.3 million debut last weekend, The Angry Birds Movie 2 eased 38% to an estimated $6.3 million in seventh place, giving the Sony animated sequel a disappointing $27 million after 10 days of release. The followup is currently pacing roughly 59% behind the first Angry Birds, which had grossed $66.4 million by the same point in its run back in 2016.


In eighth, Lionsgate and CBS Film’s Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark grossed an estimated $6 million, putting the tween-oriented horror flick at $50.4 million through the end of its third weekend.


Ninth place went to Paramount’s Dora and the Lost City of Gold, which took in an estimated $5.2 million in its third weekend. The family adventure film now has $43.1 million in North America.


Rounding out the Top 10 was Sony’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which brought in an estimated $5 million in its fifth weekend of release. That brings the total for the Quentin Tarantino title to a very good $123.1 million.


Finishing outside the Top 10 was Roadside’s The Peanut Butter Falcon, which expanded to 991 screens after two weekends of limited release with an estimated $3 million, giving it a per-screen average of roughly $3K. The comedy-drama starring Shia LaBeouf and Dakota Johnson has grossed $3.7 million to date.


Limited Release:


Amazon Studios’ Brittany Runs a Marathon grossed $175K from five screens, giving the well-reviewed comedy a good per-theater average of $35K. 


Overseas Update:


Hobbs & Shaw enjoyed an impressive opening in China this weekend with an estimated $101.7 million in the country, lifting its overall international weekend total to $120.4 million. Its Chinese opening ranks as the third-biggest in the Fast & Furious franchise to date after Fate of the Furious ($192.1 million) and Furious 7 ($182.4 million), the largest August opening ever in the country, the second-largest opening for a Hollywood movie there this year after Avengers: Endgame, and the third-largest opening in 2019 overall behind Endgame and the Chinese title Wandering Earth. The international cume for the Dwayne Johnson-Jason Statham actioner is now $441.2 million and the global total is $588.9 million.


The Lion King crossed the $1.5 billion mark at the global box office this weekend with another estimated $30 million overseas, bringing its international cume to $997.9 million and its worldwide tally to $1.5085 billion. This weekend’s overseas tally included a strong $15.9 million opening in Italy, making it the second-highest debut by a Disney film in the country after Avengers: Endgame. Country totals include $120.4 million in China, $84.8 million in the U.K. and $71.3 million in France.


Once Upon a Time in Hollywood grossed an estimated $28M in 55 markets, bringing its international total to $116.6 million and its global tally to $239.8 million. Country totals for the Sony release include $15.7 million in Russia, $14.8 million in the U.K. and $12.3 million in France.







Sunday’s Studio Weekend Estimates (Domestic)
FRI, AUG. 23 – SUN, AUG. 25


WIDE (1000+)



#
TITLE
WEEKEND
 
LOCATIONS
 
AVG.
TOTAL
WKS.
DIST.




1
Angel Has Fallen
$21,250,000

3,286

$6,467
$21,250,000
1
Lionsgate


2
Good Boys
$11,750,000
-45%
3,353
149
$3,504
$42,057,505
2
Universal Pictures


3
Overcomer
$8,200,000

1,723

$4,759
$8,200,000
1
Sony Pictures


4
The Lion King
$8,150,000
-34%
3,300
-260
$2,470
$510,635,735
6
Walt Disney Pictures


5
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw
$8,140,000
-43%
3,312
-445
$2,458
$147,701,255
4
Universal Pictures


6
Ready or Not
$7,550,000

2,855

$2,644
$10,578,148
1
Fox Searchlight


7
The Angry Birds Movie 2
$6,365,000
-39%
3,869
0
$1,645
$27,091,263
2
Sony Pictures


8
Scary Stories to Tell In The Dark
$6,000,000
-40%
2,927
-208
$2,050
$50,489,202
3
CBS Films / Lionsgate


9
Dora and the Lost City of Gold
$5,200,000
-39%
2,843
-892
$1,829
$43,099,953
3
Paramount Pictures


10
Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
$5,000,000
-35%
2,209
-295
$2,263
$123,187,467
5
Sony Pictures


11
47 Meters Down: Uncaged
$4,000,000
-53%
2,883
30
$1,387
$15,415,947
2
Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures


12
Blinded by the Light
$2,100,000
-52%
2,307
0
$910
$8,221,406
2
Warner Bros


13
The Art of Racing in the Rain
$2,071,000
-55%
2,040
-725
$1,015
$21,451,327
3
20th Century Fox


14
Spider-Man: Far from Home
$1,665,000
-41%
1,008
-507
$1,652
$379,734,007
8
Sony / Columbia


15
Where’d You Go, Bernadette?
$1,404,300
-59%
2,306
-98
$609
$6,589,860
2
United Artists Releasing





LIMITED (100 — 999)



#
TITLE
WEEKEND
 
LOCATIONS
 
AVG.
TOTAL
WKS.
DIST.




1
The Peanut Butter Falcon
$3,008,940
946%
991
942
$3,036
$3,728,289
3
Roadside Attractions


2
Toy Story 4
$1,259,000
-41%
820
-425
$1,535
$426,762,256
10
Disney


3
The Farewell
$944,482
-36%
816
-45
$1,157
$14,479,092
7
A24


4
Mission Mangal
$653,000
-52%
263
0
$2,483
$2,711,211
2
FIP


5
Yesterday
$410,000
-28%
438
-64
$936
$72,402,160
9
Universal Pictures


6
Luce
$253,500
54%
160
102
$1,584
$864,182
4
NEON


7
Aladdin
$209,000
-34%
185
-40
$1,130
$353,868,113
14
Disney


8
Maiden
$159,869
-38%
153
-1
$1,045
$2,534,172
9
Sony Pictures Classics


9
Crawl
$135,000
-28%
143
-31
$944
$38,828,673
7
Paramount Pictures


10
Brian Banks
$131,652
-81%
220
-760
$598
$4,173,467
3
Bleecker Street


11
Rocketman
$70,000
-31%
118
-42
$593
$96,225,939
13
Paramount Pictures


12
John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum
$65,000
-59%
129
-19
$504
$170,791,059
15
Lionsgate


13
Avengers: Endgame
$50,000
-50%
115
-33
$435
$858,238,415
18
Disney





PLATFORM (1 — 99)



#
TITLE
WEEKEND
 
LOCATIONS
 
AVG.
TOTAL
WKS.
DIST.




1
Brittany Runs A Marathon
$175,969

5

$35,194
$175,969
1
Amazon Studios


2
After The Wedding
$163,200
94%
81
55
$2,015
$357,732
3
Sony Pictures Classics


3
Midsommar
$52,586
-42%
44
-31
$1,195
$26,032,545
8
A24


4
Stuber
$47,000
171%
75
25
$627
$22,352,956
7
20th Century Fox


5
Honeyland
$45,500
-18%
36
4
$1,264
$233,887
5
Neon


6
David Crosby: Remember My Name
$45,321
-2%
47
6
$964
$459,880
6
Sony Pictures Classics


7
One Child Nation
$45,174
-5%
34
16
$1,329
$150,080
3
Amazon Studios


8
The Nightingale
$41,883
-6%
51
12
$821
$252,506
4
IFC Films


9
Give Me Liberty
$33,391

3

$11,130
$33,391
1
Music Box Films


10
Tigers Are Not Afraid
$30,700

6

$5,117
$30,700
1
Variance Films


11
Aquarela
$25,404
3%
13
8
$1,954
$63,968
2
Sony Pictures Classics


12
Miles Davis: Birth of The Cool
$17,580

1

$17,580
$17,580
1
Abramorama


13
Jay Myself
$10,850
-6%
9
7
$1,206
$85,530
4
Oscilloscope Laboratories


14
The Biggest Little Farm
$10,200
-40%
17
-10
$600
$4,361,623
16
Neon


15
Wild Rose
$8,400
-39%
24
7
$350
$1,628,621
10
Neon


16
Vita & Virginia
$4,047

1

$4,047
$4,047
1
IFC Films


17
Sword of Trust
$3,784
-49%
14
-1
$270
$321,784
7
IFC Films


18
Meeting Gorbachev
$1,009

3

$336
$251,057
17
1091


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