Here’s the box office results for August 30-September 2. Thanks to The Numbers for the results.
New releases in bold
|This Week||Last Week||Movie
|Weekend Gross||Domestic Gross||Worldwide Gross||Week #|
|1||1||Angel Has Fallen||$11,842,000||$40,956,221||$72,614,221||2|
|3||5||The Lion King (2019)||$6,708,000||$520,937,294||$1,564,495,294||7|
|4||4||Hobbs & Shaw||$6,380,000||$157,192,350||$684,322,350||5|
|6||6||Ready or Not||$5,616,000||$20,092,573||$21,590,572||2|
|7||8||Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark||$5,025,000||$57,645,246||$81,770,24||4|
|8||15||Spider-Man: Far From Home||$4,300,000||$384,752,588||$1,117,529,633||9|
|9||7||The Angry Birds Movie 2||$4,215,000||$34,005,108||$92,505,108||3|
|10||10||Once Upon a Time in Hollywood||$4,145,000||$129,767,549||$282,467,549||6|
There were no new releases that made it into the top ten this week, allowing Angel Has Fallen to take he top spot again this week followed once again by Good Boys in second. The Lion King had a little bump for the holiday weekend and moved up from fifth to third. Hobbs & Shaw is holding steady at fourth. Most the top ten was pretty similar minus Spider-Man: Far From Home making a huge jump back into the top ten, moving from fifteenth to eighth. Wonder if there was some sort of push to show support for Spidey staying in the MCU. Who knows.
What did you guys see this weekend?