The new film from Universal, “Glass” topped the box office this week with an estimated $40 million debut. This result is below the studio’s $50 million expectations. “Glass” is the third entry from M. Night Shyamalan’s trilogy, the first film Unbreakable released in 2000 and the second film, “Split” released in 2017.
Internationally, “Glass” is being distributed by Buena Vista International (excluding China) and grossed $48.5 million this weekend from 55 markets including Russia, Mexico, UK, France, Korea, Germany, Australia, Italy, Spain, Brazil and Indonesia.
STXfilms and Lantern Entainment’s “The Upside” finished as runner-up this week with an estimated $15.6 million with now total gross over 48 million. “The Upside” has also brought in $4.1 million internationally thus far
FUNimation’s “Dragon Ball Super: Broly” came as a surprise since the film manage to the top ten and the more impressive is that this film finished at number three at the box office. “Dragon Ball Super: Broly” brought an estimated $10.5 million debut.
Internationally, “Dragon Ball Super: Broly” has already released in 18 markets and brought total gross over $80 million. The film’s top market is Japan with $33.3 million followed by Mexico with $9.5 million.
Warner Bros’s “Aquaman” entering fifth week and added an estimated $10.3 million with total stands at $304.3 million domestically. The film also added $14.3 million from 79 international markets this weekend, with total stands at $759.1 million.
Finished at top five on our list, Sony’s “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” entering sixth week brought an estimated $7.25 million with total gross over over $160 million domestically, the film added another $4.7 million this weekend, pushing its worldwide total gross over $322 million.