Warner Bros. "Lego Movie 2: The Second Part" is likely to lead the pack at the box office in its debut with an estimated $ 31 million from 4,303 North American locations.
While the animated adventure picture is still coming far off the second highest projected server on the weekend. The latest estimates for the fourth film in the Lego franchise are significantly lower than previous tracking, predicting a $ 50m debut. "Lego Movie 2" took $ 8.5 million last Friday.
Chris Pratt stars as the voice of Emmet Brickowski and the new character Rex Dangervest. Elizabeth Banks, Alison Brie, Will Arnett, Charlie Day, Nick Offerman and Will Ferrell represent their roles from former Lego films, with Tiffany Haddish, Stephanie Beatriz and Maya Rudolph, who participate in the cast as new characters. Mike Mitchell directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller's manuscript.
If the estimates hold, "The Lego Movie 2" will be the second best opening of the four Lego movies. "Lego Movie" topped the group in 201
Taraji P. Henson's "What Men Want" should land in another with an estimated $ 17 million from 2,912 domestic sites. Fantasy comedy recorded $ 6.6 million on Friday.
Paramounts loose remake of the 2000 film with Mel Gibson and Helen Hunt has Henson as a sports agent who suddenly acquires the ability to hear men's thoughts. Adam Shankman directed by a script by Tina Gordon, Alex Gregory and Peter Huyck. "What Men Want" has an A-CinemaScore and 47% Rotten Tomatoes rating.
"Cold Pursuit", Liam Neeson's latest acts, will draw $ 10.25 million from 2,630 cineplexes to nab third place. Lionsgate pic earned $ 3.64 million on Friday despite Neeson's presence in the news after he revealed that he had once considered committing a hate crime after a water rape.
Neeson stars as a snowman who seeks revenge after his son are mysteriously murdered. Hans Petter Moland fucked the black comedy, with Frank Baldwin adapting the manuscript from Kim Fupz Aakeson's book "In Order of Disappearance". It landed a 74% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Two holdovers will round out the last spots in the top Five, with STX Film's fifth frame for "The Upside" estimated to bring $ 6.8 million just before Universal's fourth weekend in "Glass" with $ 6 million.
Orion Pictures & # 39; The Prodigy & # 39; s debut at # 6 this weekend with an estimated $ 5.4 million from 2,530 sites. The photo got $ 2 million on Friday. "Orange is the new black" Taylor Schilling stars as a mother who believes that the young son (Jackson Robert Scott) is obsessed with supernatural power after showing signs of superior intellect, but also begins to expel evil behavior. Nicholas McCarthy directed by Jeff Buhlers script. Horror thriller has a 43% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.