DC’s “Aquaman” easily topped the box office for the second time in a row on its second weekend released.
Just like previous week, this week top five lists are pretty much like last week. “Aquaman” took the fist position on our list with an estimated $51.5 million on its second week. “Aquaman” already surpassed the budget production with total gross $188 million under the report budget of $160 million.
Internationally, “Aquaman” also become the massive hit an estimated $84 million from 78 markets with total gross over $560 million and globally reaching $748 million. This makes the film the third largest worldwide release in the DC Extended Universe, topping Suicide Squad. Meanwhile, it’s the fifth largest worldwide release based on a DC Comic and the second largest international release behind only The Dark Knight Rises ($636.8m).
Disney’s “Mary Poppins Returns” shows a solid result at the box office, “Mary Poppins Returns” came as runner-up this week with an estimated $28 million on its second weekend, with total gross of $100 million domestically.
“Mary Poppins Returns” also performs solid at the international box office, added $28 million this week from 37 markets, “Mary Poppins Returns” now stands just shy of $75 million.
Just like the previous week, on top three we have Paramount’s “Bumblebee” delivering an estimated $20 million for total $66.7 million domestically.
“Bumblebee” is now playing in 55 different countries and added $45.7 million this week with total gross over $90 million. The film will begin playing in China on January 4 followed by a March 22 release in Japan.
Sony’s “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” landed on the fourth spot on our list with an estimated $18.3 million with total gross $103 million domestically. The film also added $27.4 million internationally from 60 markets this week, and already grossed over $213 million globally.
Finished at the top five, Clint Eastwood” The Mule” performs really well at the box office. “The Mule” added an estimated $11.78 million this weekend and grossed over $60 million domestically.
Outside the top five, Sony’s comedy “Holmes & Watson” performed not so well at the box office. “Holmes & Watson” made it into top ten with $7.3 million under the budget of $42 million. One of the reason “Holmes & Watson” boomed at the box office because of negative reviews from the critics. This film received “D+” CinemaScore, 24 from Metacritic, 0% from Rotten Tomatoes, and currently at 3.4/10 at IMDb.