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Monday Update: After destroying the opening weekend record last frame, Disney’s Avengers: Endgame fell to “only” the second-best sophomore weekend ever.


The film earned $147.3M, which is the runner-up spot for a second weekend behind only Star Wars: The Force Awakens with $149.2M. Endgame has the second-best such weekend even after adjusting for ticket price inflation.


The superhero fourth installment declined -58.7%, higher than the sophomore weekend drops for the original Avengers or third installment Infinity War, but a bit milder than for second installment Age of Ultron.


Elsewhere at the box office, the three new films were expected to open roughly equally in competition for the runner-up spot. Sony’s thriller The Intruder took the title, opening in second place with $10.8M.


Lionsgate’s romantic comedy Long Shot started in third place with $9.7M, while STX’s animated UglyDolls debuted in fourth with $8.6M. 


Comparisons


Total box office this weekend was $198.9M.


That’s -50.5% below last weekend but +17.4% above this same weekend last year, when predecessor Avengers: Infinity War led for a second frame with a $114.7M.


Year-to-date box office stands at $3.68M. That’s -9.6% behind this same date last year, up from -11.1% after last weekend.


Most analysts are still predicting 2019’s box office to ultimately beat 2018’s, on the strength of this year’s anticipated strong upcoming slate of films, especially sequels.


Demographics


A full demographic breakdown of the top 30 movies this weekend, courtesy of BoxofficeProfile by Vertigo, will be posted here once available.







Weekend Actuals (Domestic)
FRI, MAY. 3 – SUN, MAY. 5

WIDE (1000+)



#
TITLE
WEEKEND
 
LOCATIONS
 
AVG.
TOTAL
WKS.
DIST.




1
Avengers: Endgame
$147,383,211
-59%
4,662
0
$31,614
$621,277,849
2
Disney


2
The Intruder
$10,855,054

2,222

$4,885
$10,855,054
1
Sony / Screen Gems


3
Long Shot
$9,740,064

3,230

$3,015
$9,740,064
1
Lionsgate


4
UglyDolls
$8,603,407

3,652

$2,356
$8,603,407
1
STX Entertainment


5
Captain Marvel
$4,282,244
-48%
2,243
-192
$1,909
$420,774,262
9
Disney


6
Breakthrough
$3,906,900
-43%
2,884
-29
$1,355
$33,183,412
3
20th Century Fox


7
The Curse of La Llorona
$3,702,607
-54%
2,540
-832
$1,458
$48,302,610
3
Warner Bros. / New Line


8
Shazam!
$2,504,958
-55%
2,521
-1110
$994
$135,248,748
5
Warner Bros.


9
Dumbo
$1,511,608
-57%
1,668
-712
$906
$109,788,200
6
Walt Disney Pictures


10
Little (2019)
$1,420,165
-59%
1,359
-760
$1,045
$38,530,490
4
Universal Pictures


11
Penguins
$328,976
-71%
1,052
-763
$313
$6,709,805
3
Disney / Disneynature




LIMITED (100 — 999)



#
TITLE
WEEKEND
 
LOCATIONS
 
AVG.
TOTAL
WKS.
DIST.




1
El Chicano
$700,261

605

$1,157
$700,261
1
Briarcliff Entertainment


2
Pet Sematary
$502,803
-62%
655
-1000
$768
$53,760,022
5
Paramount Pictures


3
Us (2019)
$494,860
-58%
599
-656
$826
$173,920,550
7
Universal Pictures


4
Amazing Grace
$377,245
-27%
263
16
$1,434
$2,781,578
5
Neon


5
Missing Link
$289,507
-73%
707
-881
$409
$16,153,580
4
United Artists Releasing


6
Red Joan
$256,119
61%
139
94
$1,843
$518,119
3
IFC Films


7
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
$171,470
-28%
245
-37
$700
$159,938,530
14
Universal / DreamWorks Animation


8
The Mustang
$155,405
-47%
229
-48
$679
$4,833,075
8
Focus Features


9
After (2019)
$135,297
-66%
227
-380
$596
$11,965,231
4
Aviron Pictures


10
Wonder Park
$114,835
-39%
195
-54
$589
$45,182,676
8
Paramount


11
Ask Dr. Ruth
$93,128

104

$895
$93,128
1
Magnolia Pictures


12
Five Feet Apart
$76,390
-45%
153
-106
$499
$45,524,526
8
CBS Films


13
Hellboy
$68,593
-81%
179
-748
$383
$21,796,087
4
Lionsgate / Summit


14
Unplanned
$63,506
-54%
134
-117
$474
$17,918,514
6
Pure Flix


15
The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
$61,235
-28%
152
-27
$403
$105,794,228
15
Warner Bros.


16
The Best of Enemies
$50,342
-60%
134
-93
$376
$10,128,316
5
STX Entertainment




PLATFORM (1 — 99)



#
TITLE
WEEKEND
 
LOCATIONS
 
AVG.
TOTAL
WKS.
DIST.




1
The White Crow
$94,915
20%
19
14
$4,996
$206,509
2
Sony Pictures Classics


2
Kalank
$84,217
-70%
85
-198
$991
$2,699,301
3
FIP


3
High Life
$72,599
-45%
98
-48
$741
$1,086,577
5
A24


4
Hotel Mumbai
$70,478
-58%
94
-76
$750
$9,421,681
7
Bleecker Street


5
Hesburgh
$65,272
284%
36
34
$1,813
$85,783
2
mTuckman Media


6
Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral
$62,405
59%
98
21
$637
$73,155,333
10
Lionsgate


7
Wild Nights with Emily
$59,790
-35%
78
13
$767
$328,856
4
Greenwich Entertainment


8
Hail Satan?
$56,093
16%
39
21
$1,438
$164,193
3
Magnolia Pictures


9
Always Miss You
$46,720

14

$3,337
$46,720
1
China Lion Film


10
Savage
$36,590

19

$1,926
$36,590
1
Well Go USA Entertainment


11
Long Day’s Journey Into Night
$36,460
16%
17
4
$2,145
$244,892
4
Kino Lorber


12
Non-Fiction
$29,853

2

$14,927
$29,853
1
IFC Films


13
Apollo 11
$29,709
-28%
58
-4
$512
$8,607,052
10
Neon


14
Alita: Battle Angel
$29,253
-30%
61
-22
$480
$85,700,643
12
20th Century Fox


15
Isn’t It Romantic
$28,109
-40%
80
-40
$351
$48,779,382
12
Warner Bros.


16
Shadow
$27,474

4

$6,869
$27,474
1
Well Go USA Entertainment


17
Fighting With My Family
$25,565
-6%
45
-15
$568
$22,935,900
12
MGM


18
Woman At War
$24,013
-48%
37
-9
$649
$762,300
10
Magnolia Pictures


19
Gloria Bell
$18,606
-41%
33
-6
$564
$5,573,984
9
A24


20
Meeting Gorbachev
$18,128

2

$9,064
$18,128
1
1091


21
Never Look Away
$15,623
-16%
6
0
$2,604
$1,283,436
15
Sony Pictures Classics


22
Sunset
$15,571
29%
34
16
$458
$140,001
7
Sony Pictures Classics


23
Little Woods
$10,358
-67%
16
-13
$647
$137,225
3
Neon


24
Transit
$9,643
-59%
14
-14
$689
$786,662
10
Music Box Films


25
The Public
$9,404
-52%
22
-6
$427
$539,208
5
Greenwich Entertainment


26
Sauvage / Wild
$7,650
17%
7
5
$1,093
$41,714
4
Strand Releasing


27
Dogman
$6,934
-39%
10
1
$693
$62,413
4
Magnolia PicturesMagnolia Pictures


28
Ramen Shop
$5,985
-40%
10
1
$599
$64,568
7
Strand Releasing


29
Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché
$5,821
-32%
7
3
$832
$35,195
3
Zeitgeist Films


30
Diane
$5,798
-77%
18
-41
$322
$326,556
6
IFC Films


31
The Beach Bum
$5,407
-80%
14
-1
$386
$3,497,595
6
Neon


32
Carmine Street Guitars
$5,346
-12%
2
1
$2,673
$17,739
2
Abramorama


33
Rafiki
$5,258
-45%
9
2
$584
$57,826
3
Film Movement


34
Ash is Purest White
$5,168
143%
10
5
$517
$402,713
8
Cohen Media Group


35
Fast Color
$4,802
3%
7
1
$686
$68,373
3
Lionsgate


36
Arctic
$4,621
-53%
19
-13
$243
$2,406,743
14
Bleecker Street


37
They Shall Not Grow Old
$3,377
-10%
16
1
$211
$17,953,900
20
Warner Bros.


38
Mia and the White Lion
$3,260
-55%
5
0
$652
$396,020
4
Ledafilms Entertainment Group


39
Iyengar: The Man, Yoga, and the Student’s Journey
$3,046
107%
3
2
$1,015
$37,985
4
Kino Lorber


40
High on the Hog
$2,703
-74%
3
-3
$901
$38,236
3
Indican Pictures


41
Babylon
$2,623

2

$1,312
$83,618
9
Kino Lorber Films


42
The Brink
$2,333
-40%
10
-4
$233
$101,437
6
Magnolia Pictures


43
Working Woman
$1,852
-29%
1
0
$1,852
$37,926
6
Zeitgeist


44
Chasing Portraits
$1,708
0%
1
0
$1,708
$3,952
2
First Run Features


45
The Invisibles
$1,618
-43%
3
-1
$539
$404,224
15
Greenwich Entertainment


46
Capernaum
$1,326
-61%
3
-6
$442
$1,656,120
21
Sony Pictures Classics


47
The Heiresses
$1,286
174%
1
0
$1,286
$73,791
16
Distrib Films US


48
3 Faces
$1,064
-15%
4
-1
$266
$67,578
9
Kino Lorber


49
Body at Brighton Rock
$985
-43%
3
-5
$328
$3,773
2
Magnolia Pictures


50
Suburban Birds
$577
1031%
3
2
$192
$7,352
5
Cinema Guild


51
Ruben Brandt, Collector
$512
-19%
2
-1
$256
$115,517
12
Sony Pictures Classics


52
Made Me Do It
$337
-62%
1
0
$337
$8,527
4
Indican Pictures


53
Knife+Heart
$319
-47%
1
-2
$319
$31,969
8
Altered Innocence


54
Hagazussa
$236

1

$236
$12,407
3
Doppelganger Releasing


55
The Last Resort
$167
-82%
1
-1
$167
$158,424
20
Kino Lober Films


56
Stan & Ollie
$166
-97%
2
-7
$83
$5,467,770
19
Sony Pictures Classics


57
Sorry Angel
$98

1

$98
$30,584
12
Strand Releasing


58
Christ Stopped at Eboli
$96
-98%
1
-1
$96
$48,159
5
Rialto Pictures









Sunday Update: In one of the year’s least surprising developments, Avengers: Endgame continued to dominate the North American box office in its sophomore frame, shattering yet more records in the process and making every other film in the marketplace look like small potatoes by comparison. Indeed, the Marvel epic’s overwhelming drawing power left little room for a trio of new wide releases aimed at disparate audiences — Long Shot, Uglydolls and The Intruder — all of which struggled to register under Endgame‘s super-sized shadow.





With an estimated $145.8 million, the latest installment in the MCU franchise continued toppling records over the weekend, including fastest film to $600 million in North America (reached in just 10 days, breaking Star Wars: The Force Awakens‘ 12-day record) and fastest to $2 billion worldwide, leveling The Force Awakens‘ 47-day record. That said, it dipped a bit more than expected in the U.S. (59%) and as a result fell short of breaking The Force Awakens’ $149.2 million second-weekend record despite an opening weekend ($357.1 million) that came in 44% higher than The Force Awakens‘ $248 million.





With $619.7 million after just ten days of release Endgame is now the ninth highest-grossing movie of all time in North America, just below Star Wars: The Last Jedi ($620.1 million) as well as the first Avengers, which brought in $623.3 million back in 2012.





Overseas, Endgame continued its explosive run with an estimated $282.2 million in its second weekend of release. In China, it’s now the highest-grossing Western release of all time with $575.8 million and third overall behind Wolf Warrior 2 ($854.2 million) and The Wandering Earth ($691.6 million). Its overseas total now stands at $1.569 million, putting it at No. 2 on the list of highest-grossing movies internationally (surpassing Titanic’s $1.548 million). Its total worldwide gross of $2.189 billion also makes it the second highest-grossing film of all time globally, just surpassing Titanic ($2.187 billion) and behind only Avatar ($2.788 billion).





With Endgame continuing to dominate multiplexes, Sony/Screen Gems’ The Intruder finished a distant second with in an estimated $11 million in its opening frame. The domestic thriller starring Meagan Good and Michael Ealy was produced on a reported budget of just $8 million, similar to other inexpensive Screen Gems thrillers like When the Bough Breaks, No Good Deed and The Perfect Guy. That said, those films opened considerably higher with $14.2 million, $24.2 million and $25.8 million, respectively — though of course none had to compete with a giant like Endgame. Nonetheless, this is a decent result that was roughly in line with studio expectations.





Just a hair behind The Intruder in third place was the R-rated Charlize Theron-Seth Rogen comedy Long Shot, which brought in an estimated $10 million in its opening weekend. That was at the conservative end of expectations for the Lionsgate/Summit release, which barely cracked the double-digit millions despite two popular stars and mainly positive reviews (83% on Rotten Tomatoes). The film was clearly being viewed as a counter-programming option to Endgame, but it’s hard not to wonder how this one would have performed had it been a bit further removed from the Marvel behemoth’s opening weekend. The audience here skewed female (56%) and older, with 68% over the age of 35. The latter in particular suggests the film has potential to hold well in the weeks ahead given that older audiences tend not to rush out on opening weekend the way younger moviegoers do.





The third of the weekend’s new releases, STX’s UglyDolls, finished in fourth place with an estimated $8.5 million. That counts as a disappointing result for the animated musical-comedy, which suffered in part from lackluster reviews (34% on Rotten Tomatoes) despite a bold-faced voice cast that includes Kelly Clarkson, Nick Jonas, Janelle Monae and Pitbull. Budgeted at a reported $45 million, the film received a reasonably-good “B+” Cinemascore from opening day audiences, but next weekend’s Pokemon Detective Pikachu looks likely to steal away a good portion of its audience. Co-financed and co-produced by Chinese film company Alibaba Pictures, UglyDolls will be released in China this summer.





In fifth place, Captain Marvel continued to benefit from Endgame’s presence in the marketplace with an estimated $4.3 million in weekend number nine, bringing its total to $420.8 million. Meanwhile, the faith-based drama Breakthrough held well in sixth with an estimated $3.9 million for a total of $33..2 million, while seventh place went to Warner Bros./New Line’s The Curse of La Llorona, which brought in an estimated $3.5 million for $48.1 million after three weeks.





Rounding out the Top 10, Warner Bros.’ Shazam! finished in eighth place with an estimated $2.4 million in its fifth weekend and $135.1 million to date, Little came in ninth with an estimated $1.47 million for $38.5 million after four weeks, and Dumbo grossed an estimated $1.43 million in tenth, bringing the Disney remake to $109.7 million after four weeks in theaters.





Debuting just outside the Top 10 was Briarcliff Entertainment’s Latino superhero movie El Chicano, which grossed an estimated $700K from 605 locations.








Studio Weekend Estimates (Domestic)
FRI, MAY. 3 – SUN, MAY. 5


WIDE (1000+)



#
TITLE
WEEKEND
 
LOCATIONS
 
AVG.
TOTAL
WKS.
DIST.




1
Avengers: Endgame
$145,804,000
-59%
4,662
0
$31,275
$619,698,638
2
Disney


2
The Intruder
$11,000,000

2,222

$4,950
$11,000,000
1
Sony / Screen Gems


3
Long Shot
$10,025,000

3,230

$3,104
$10,025,000
1
Lionsgate


4
UglyDolls
$8,510,000

3,652

$2,330
$8,510,000
1
STX Entertainment


5
Captain Marvel
$4,276,000
-49%
2,243
-192
$1,906
$420,768,018
9
Disney


6
Breakthrough
$3,948,000
-42%
2,884
-29
$1,369
$33,224,512
3
20th Century Fox


7
The Curse of La Llorona
$3,500,000
-56%
2,540
-832
$1,378
$48,100,003
3
Warner Bros. / New Line


8
Shazam!
$2,450,000
-56%
2,521
-1110
$972
$135,193,790
5
Warner Bros.


9
Little (2019)
$1,474,000
-58%
1,359
-760
$1,085
$38,584,325
4
Universal Pictures


10
Dumbo
$1,433,000
-59%
1,668
-712
$859
$109,709,592
6
Walt Disney Pictures


11
Penguins
$344,000
-70%
1,052
-763
$327
$6,724,829
3
Disney / Disneynature





LIMITED (100 — 999)



#
TITLE
WEEKEND
 
LOCATIONS
 
AVG.
TOTAL
WKS.
DIST.




1
El Chicano
$700,432

605

$1,158
$700,432
1
Briarcliff Entertainment


2
Pet Sematary
$500,000
-62%
655
-1000
$763
$53,757,219
5
Paramount Pictures


3
Us (2019)
$496,000
-58%
599
-656
$828
$173,921,690
7
Universal Pictures


4
Missing Link
$278,048
-74%
707
-881
$393
$16,142,121
4
United Artists Releasing


5
Red Joan
$253,814
59%
139
94
$1,826
$515,814
3
IFC Films


6
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
$182,000
-23%
245
-37
$743
$159,949,060
14
Universal / DreamWorks Animation


7
The Mustang
$151,000
-48%
229
-48
$659
$4,828,670
8
Focus Features


8
After (2019)
$145,000
-64%
227
-380
$639
$11,974,934
4
Aviron Pictures


9
Wonder Park
$110,000
-42%
195
-54
$564
$45,177,841
8
Paramount


10
Five Feet Apart
$80,000
-42%
153
-106
$523
$45,528,136
8
CBS Films


11
Hellboy
$65,000
-82%
179
-748
$363
$21,792,494
4
Lionsgate / Summit


12
The Best of Enemies
$50,000
-60%
134
-93
$373
$10,127,974
5
STX Entertainment





PLATFORM (1 — 99)



#
TITLE
WEEKEND
 
LOCATIONS
 
AVG.
TOTAL
WKS.
DIST.




1
The White Crow
$98,495
25%
19
14
$5,184
$210,089
2
Sony Pictures Classics


2
Kalank
$97,000
-65%
85
-198
$1,141
$2,712,084
3
FIP


3
High Life
$79,000
-41%
98
-48
$806
$1,092,978
5
A24


4
Hotel Mumbai
$69,740
-59%
94
-76
$742
$9,420,943
7
Bleecker Street


5
Hesburgh
$67,925
299%
36
34
$1,887
$88,436
2
mTuckman Media


6
Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral
$60,000
53%
98
21
$612
$73,152,928
10
Lionsgate


7
Wild Nights with Emily
$58,014
-36%
78
13
$744
$327,080
4
Greenwich Entertainment


8
The Chaperone
$47,310
-34%
46
-4
$1,028
$416,471
6
PBS Distribution


9
Her Smell
$31,483
1%
63
23
$500
$218,204
4
Gunpowder & Sky


10
Shadow
$30,100

4

$7,525
$30,100
1
Well Go USA Entertainment


11
Non-Fiction
$29,056

2

$14,528
$29,056
1
IFC Films


12
Apollo 11
$26,700
-35%
58
-4
$460
$8,604,043
10
Neon


13
Alita: Battle Angel
$21,000
-50%
43
-40
$488
$85,692,390
12
20th Century Fox


14
Gloria Bell
$20,500
-34%
33
-6
$621
$5,575,878
9
A24


15
Never Look Away
$15,013
-20%
6
0
$2,502
$1,282,826
15
Sony Pictures Classics


16
Little Woods
$10,700
-66%
16
-13
$669
$137,567
3
Neon


17
Carmine Street Guitars
$5,430
-11%
2
1
$2,715
$17,823
2
Abramorama


18
The Beach Bum
$5,325
-80%
14
-1
$380
$3,497,513
6
Neon


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