“Aquaman” topped the box office for the third consecutive times. DC’s “Aquaman” added $30.7 million this week, with total nearly $260 million domestically.
Internationally, “Aquaman” added another $56.2 million this weekend from 79 markets with total gross $681 million and a global tally surpassing $940 million. With $940 million, now “Aquaman” is become the highest grossing of DCEU movie ever. And many people predicted that “Aquaman” will reach $1 billion at the box office.
The newcomer this week, “Escape Room” debuted as runner up with an estimated $18 million. . “Escape Room” received a “B” from CinemaScore, which is a decent score given the genre, while demographics saw audiences split 50/50 male-to-female with 53% of the overall crowd coming in aged 25 years or older for the PG-13 thriller.
Disney’s “Mary Poppins Returns” landed in the third place this week, delivers an estimated $15.77 million with total gross $138.7 million domestically. Internationally, “Mary Poppins Returns” added another $23 million with total gross now $257.9 million worldwide.
Sony’s ”Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” took the fourth spot on our list with an estimated $13 million this week, which brings the film into $133 million domestically. Internationally, ”Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” enjoyed its time in China over the past couple of weekends where it has now grossed nearly $60 million. This weekend it added an additional $11.7 million overseas for an international cume that now stands at $141.5 million. “Bumblebee” finished at top five in our list, delivered a $12.77 million weekend, resulting in a domestic cume that now stands at $97.1 million. Internationally, “Bumblebee” added another $82.7 million with total gross $192 million. with Japan (March 22) serving as the final key market yet to release.