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Toys rule in the US box office

Image Recently, the new items in the North American box office are becoming a complete disappointment for distributors. All sorts of sequels and reboots no longer attract viewers, and the past weekend is no exception: the third "Curse of Annabelle", although it justified the restrained forecasts of Studio New Line, could not win first place from "Toy Story 4".

The top 5 North American box office for June 28-30 is as follows:

1. "Toy Story 4"


Week at the box office: 2
Added: $ 57.9 million
Total box office: $ 236.9 million
Sank / Rise: - (-52.1%)

The cartoon lost just over half of its audience, but a decent start with the best performance for the franchise allowed it to remain at the top of the financial rankings. The fourth part almost caught up with the second in terms of collection both at home and in the world, and keeps pace with the third, which eventually earned $ 1.07 billion.

2. "The Curse of Annabelle 3"


Week at the box office: 1
Added: $ 20.4 million
Total box office: $ 31.2 million
Sank / Rise: - (-)

The cursed doll horror met the expectations of New Line, but this does not negate the fact that the start of the triquel is the weakest both among the films about Annabelle, and in the "The Conjuring" franchise as a whole, and even "Curse of the Crying", which is indirectly related to the film series. started much better. Analysts believe that the studio has chosen not a very good time for the release of the horror film: a week ago, “Children's Games” came out, in a few days the premiere of “Solstice” will take place, and after that - “Trap.”

3. "Yesterday"


Week at the box office: 1
Added: $ 17 million
Total box office: $ 17 million
Sank / Rise: - (-)

Danny Boyle's new film is a rare project for the current blockbuster season with an original idea. Universal planned to receive $ 14 million from the rental on its debut weekend, but the film even managed to exceed the expectations of the major. If we compare the tape with other similar comedies, then “Pretty Woman for the Whole Head” ($ 16 million), “Isn't it romantic?" ($ 16.4 million) and Trainee ($ 17.7 million).

4. "Aladdin"


Week at the box office: 6
Added: $ 9.3 million
Total box office: $ 305.9 million
Sank / Rise: -1 (-29.4%)

"Aladdin" has conquered another milestone - the $ 300 million mark in the North American box office. This is not the best result among the Disney game remakes, but the picture is the highest grossing film in the career of director Guy Ritchie.

5. "The Secret Life of Pets 2"


Week at the box office: 4
Added: $ 7.1 million
Total box office: $ 131.2 million
Sank / Rise: - (-31%)

Despite the fact that the first place in the top 5 is occupied by another animated film, "The Secret Life of Pets 2" lost only a third of the audience. The cartoon, however, remains one of the losers of the Illumination studio - only "Riot of the Eared" ($ 108.1 million) collected less in home theaters.

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Author: Jake Pinkman