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US Boxing Office stayed with its own

Image Quite expectedly, there was a lull in the US box office, and the North American rental will return to life only in a couple of weeks, when the animated film “Lego. Film 2. The past weekend can only be credited to the studio Universal: the leadership position of "Glass" remained unshakable, and the "Green Book" against the background of five nominations for the "Oscar" and a significant increase in the number of cinemas returned to the top 10. 20th Century Fox is the least fortunate since both newcomers of the week are its projects. Neither the fantasy Born to Be King, nor the thriller Sea of Temptation were outstanding, and the latter also showed the worst start in the careers of Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway.

The top five for the weekend (January 25-27) is as follows:

1. "Glass"


Week at the box office: 2
Added: $ 19 million
Total box office: $ 73.6 million
Sank / Rise: - (-52.8%)

If in the first week M. Night Shyamalan's new film slightly, but still bypassed its predecessor, the thriller "Split", then in the second weekend "Glass" sagged so much that now it lags behind the results of "Split" by almost 7%. The film, released in January 2017, completed home rental at around $ 138.2 million, and if this continues, the final part of Shyamalan's superhero trilogy will not reach such heights.

2. "1 + 1: A Hollywood Story"


Week at the box office: 3
Added: $ 12.2 million
Total box office: $ 63.1 million
Sank / Rise: - (-18.4%)

A remake of the successful French film demonstrates the wonders of survival. The film started quite tolerably, in the second week it lost its leadership to Glass, but last weekend it, unlike its main competitor, lost only one fifth of the viewers, thus demonstrating the smallest drop in the audience in the top ten. At the moment, "Hollywood Story" has collected almost twice its budget ($ 37.5 million), but the catch is that outside the United States this remake is of little interest, and the $ 6.1 million gross is proof of this.

3. "Aquaman"


Week at the box office: 6
Added: $ 7.4 million
Total box office: $ 316.6 million
Sank / Rise: - (-27.8%)

Finally, James Wan's blockbuster took the lead on all DC superhero fronts. With $ 1.09 billion earned at the worldwide box office, the film is now the highest-grossing comic book adaptation of the publisher, third in the list of Warner Bros. and 25th among the world's releases in the history of the box office.

4. "Born to be a king"


Week at the box office: 1
Added: $ 7.3 million
Total box office: $ 7.3 million
Sank / Rise: - (-)

Fantasy kicked off the weekend with the full support of critics who loved this positive, sincere and inspiring tale from director Joe Cornish, who finally returned to the movie world after his successful Aliens in the Neighborhood. However, viewers did not share the enthusiasm of the reviewers, gave the tape an average rating of B + and took quite little to the box office of the film with a $ 59 million budget.

5. "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse"


Week at the box office: 7
Added: $ 6.2 million
Total box office: $ 169 million
Sank / Rise: - (-18.8%)

Another week, and the animated "Spider-Man" will conquer an important peak for itself: he lacks $ 700 thousand to bypass the second "Monsters on Vacation" and secure the title of the highest-grossing cartoon by Sony Pictures Animation. The tape is losing viewers rather slowly, and the Oscar nomination probably played an important role in this.

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Author: Jake Pinkman