The first weekend in January in the North American box office was marked by two major Hollywood studios - Disney and Sony. It was their projects that flooded the top 5 of the financial rating. As for the high-profile premieres, the beginning of the year in the United States is considered not the best time for ambitious releases, so the audience only got a reboot of The Curse.|
The top five US box offices for January 3-5 are as follows:
1. Star Wars: Skywalker. Sunrise »
Week at the box office: 3
Added: $ 33.7 million
Total box office: $ 450.8 million
Sank / Rise: - (-53.4%)
The ninth episode is the only representative of the top ten, whose box office has decreased by more than 50%. This, however, does not prevent JJ Abrams's film from striving for stars: now it has almost $ 919 million collected in the world box office on its account, which means that very soon “Skywalker. Sunrise "will become the next billionaire created by Disney.
2. "Jumanji: The Next Level"
Week at the box office: 4
Added: $ 26.5 million
Total box office: $ 236.2 million
Sank / Rise: - (-24.8%)
The sequel to the 2017 blockbuster lost just a quarter of its audience in a week. The gap between the two parts still exists, but the good news is that New Level, like its predecessor, demonstrates amazing resilience in the face of strong competitors. The tape earned more than $ 610 million in the world, and there will be more.
3. "Little Women"
Week at the box office: 2
Added: $ 13.6 million
Total box office: $ 60 million
Sag / Rise: +1 (-19%)
Greta Gerwig's drama also demonstrates miracles of resilience: after a powerful Christmas start, Little Women lost only a fifth of its viewers and grossed $ 60 million in home theaters alone. Foreign viewers also brought in another $ 20 million to the film's collection, so Little Women has already surpassed Lady Bird, Gerwig's previous work, with its $ 79 million result.
Week at the box office: 1
Added: $ 11.3 million
Total box office: $ 11.3 million
Sank / Rise: - (-)
The reboot of the popular horror franchise, fortunately, did not step on the same rake as similar projects. The Curse exceeded critics' expectations, and with a $ 10 million budget, such a start is a direct road to self-sufficiency. The only thing that can get in the way of the horror is a terrible F score from the first viewers.
5. "Frozen 2"
Week at the box office: 7
Added: $ 11.29 million
Total box office: $ 449.9 million
Sank / Rise: -2 (-33.2%)
The cartoon has been in the top 5 for seven weeks, and the last weekend turned out to be incredibly successful for him: with the amount of $ 1.33 billion, Frozen 2 became the highest grossing animated release in the world, leaving behind the first part and The Incredibles 2.
The Topic of Article: The US Box Office lingered in a galaxy far away.