Here’s the box office results for August 23-25, 2019. Thanks to The Numbers for the results.
New releases in bold
|This Week||Last Week||Movie
|Weekend Gross||Domestic Gross||Worldwide Gross||Week #|
|1||—||Angel Has Fallen||$21,250,000||$21,250,000||$29,850,000||1|
|3||3||The Lion King (2019)||$8,150,000||$510,635,735||$1,508,535,735||6|
|4||2||Hobbs & Shaw||$8,140,000||$147,701,255||$588,901,255||4|
|6||—||Ready or Not||$7,550,000||$10,578,148||$10,578,148||1|
|7||5||Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark||$6,000,000||$50,489,202||$67,489,202||3|
|8||6||Dora and the Lost City of Gold||$5,200,000||$43,099,953||$60,499,953||3|
|9||7||47 Meters Down: Uncaged||$4,000,000||$15,415,947||$17,215,947||2|
|10||—||The Peanut Butter Falcon||$3,008,940||$3,728,289||$3,728,289||3|
Angel Has Fallen was the big winner this weekend. And even though it topped the box office, the third film in the ‘Fallen’ Trilogy fell short of its predecessors. Good Boys had a strong follow up in its second week and to nobody’s surprise, The Lion King rounded out the top three. Hobbs & Shaw dropped a couple of spots to fourth and was followed by two new releases, Overcomer, the faith based drama and Ready or Not, the hide-and-seek game gone horribly wrong. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark fell to seventh, followed by Dora and the Lost City of Gold and 47 Meters Down: Uncaged. Biggest surprise of the weekend was the Shia Lebeof and Dakota Johnson lead The Peanut Butter Falcon, which in its third week of release just jumped into the top ten.
What did you guys see this weekend?