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US Boxing Office Reached the Next Level

Image Only the middle of December, and the festive turmoil has already begun in the North American box office. The first, who managed to please the audience, were the heroes of the movie "Jumanji: The New Level" - the sequel surpassed even the most optimistic forecasts. True, the rest of the new products were less fortunate: although they broke into the top 5, they cannot boast of anything outstanding.

The top five US box offices for December 13-15 are as follows:

1. "Jumanji: The Next Level"


Week at the box office: 1
Added: $ 60.1 million
Total box office: $ 60.1 million
Sank / Rise: - (-)

Jake Kasdan's film showcased the best start among Sony's December releases. Before the premiere, the studio calmed down its ardor and gave rather modest predictions for the sequel, and critics spoke of it with restraint. However, viewers appreciated the novelty, and if Call of the Jungle, which started with $ 52.7 million, earned almost $ 1 billion at the box office, then the continuation should take the franchise to a new level.

2. "Frozen 2"


Week at the box office: 4
Added: $ 19.2 million
Total box office: $ 366.5 million
Sank / Rise: -1 (-45.5%)

For the first time in four weeks of distribution, an animated film had to settle for second place. Frozen 2 now has $ 1.03 billion globally, and as predicted, the cartoon became Disney's sixth billionaire in 2019. The sequel also surpassed Puzzle ($ 356.5 million) in grossing in the US and now ranks tenth among all animated releases in this indicator.

3. "Get the knives"


Week at the box office: 3
Added: $ 9.3 million
Total box office: $ 78.9 million
Sank / Rise: -1 (-34.9%)

At the worldwide box office, Ryan Johnson's tape has already grossed more than $ 160 million, despite the fact that its premiere in a number of countries has not yet taken place. About half of this amount is accounted for in North American distribution, that is, Knives Out is already surpassing Girl on the Train ($ 75.4 million) and is trying to reach Murder on the Orient Express ($ 102.8 million).

4. "The Richard Jewell Case"


Week at the box office: 1
Added: $ 5 million
Total box office: $ 5 million
Sank / Rise: - (-)

Clint Eastwood's picture opens the parade of newcomers, who started very poorly at the box office. The Richard Jewell Affair has fallen into the trap of serious dramas that often fail to find their audience. The film earned a high A rating from moviegoers, but started off very sluggishly, far worse than Eastwood's previous films Train to Paris ($ 12.6 million) and Drug Courier ($ 17.5 million).

5. "Black Christmas"


Week at the box office: 1
Added: $ 4.4 million
Total box office: $ 4.4 million
Sank / Rise: - (-)

Blumhouse will definitely not list Sophia Takal's horror as one of their greatest accomplishments. A remake of the 1974 horror movie came out on Friday the 13th, but even that didn't save him. In the history of Blumhouse, this is one of the worst starts, only “Jam and Holograms” ($ 1.4 million) started weaker. However, Black Christmas will eventually recoup its $ 5 million budget without any problems.

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Author: Jake Pinkman