Universal’s “Glass” remains on top of the box office this weekend. The third entry of M. Night Shymalan’s trilogy added another $19 million this weekend. Internationally, “Glass” added $23.6 million from 55 markets with total gross now reaching $162.7 million.
“The Upside” continues to show an impressive box office run. “The Upside” took the second spot on our list with an estimated $12.2 million with total gross over $63 million domestically under the budget reportedly $12 million.
Warner Bros.’s “Aquaman” also continues an impressive box office run. On its sixth weekend released, “Aquaman” still manage in the top three this weekend with an estimated $7.35 million with total gross over $316 million domestically. In even bigger news, the film has now topped $1.09 billion at the global box office making it the largest DC Comics adaptation of all-time globally, the third largest WB movie all-time worldwide and now ranks as the 25th largest worldwide release ever.
Newcomer, Fox’s “The Kid Who Would be King” making in the fourth place debut with an estimated $7.25 million. It might says that the result it disappointing since the budget itself reportedly around $59 million, the family feature had strong reviews heading into the weekend, but just wasn’t able to capture audience attention. Internationally, the film began playing last weekend and this weekend added $1.94 million for an overseas total that now stands at $3.2 million from total 20 markets.
Finished at number five on our list, Sony’s “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” brings an estimated $6.15 million this week with total gross now reaching $169 million. The film is now less than $700k behind Hotel Transylvania 2, on its way to becoming the highest grossing domestic release ever for Sony Animation. Internationally the film added $2.8 million this weekend and a global gross over $338 million.