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Weekend Box Office: Glass wins Super Bowl Weekend, Miss Bala Flops



  Miss-Bala-Gina-Rodriguez disc Super Bowl weekend is usually more about trailers than the movies themselves, and the year of our master 2019 is the ultimate proof of why. Glass ends the frame at the top, with M. Night Shyamalan s wonky twist-filled thriller takes home another $ 9.5 million, bringing his domestic total to $ 88 million in one $ 20 million budget. But Sony's Miss Bala weekend's only newcomer landed with a third-tier and debuted at $ 6.7 million and added a little to what the THR is reporting to be the slowest Super Bowl weekend at the box office for nearly 20 years .

Occasionally, a movie will randomly pop during the Super Bowl Weekend. In 2008, Miley Cyrus concert film opened Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds to $ 31

million, while films such as Dear John ($ 30.4 million) and Taken [19659003] ($ 24.7 million) found foot in the dead zone. (The last movie to the top $ 20 million in the Super Bowl weekend was Warm Bodies in 2013.) But Miss Bala could not find an audience or any critical support ; The movie's opening numbers put it under Upside which mimicked $ 8.8 million in its fourth weekend.

Superhero holdovers Aquaman and Spider-Man: In the Spider-Verse rounded the top 5 by $ 4.8 million and $ 4.4 million, respectively. Both films have broken a few records so late, with the billion + Aquaman becoming the highest-breaking DC Comics movie from all the time, while Spider-Verse crossed the field at $ 170 million on the domestic market

Meanwhile Peter Jackson 's WWI documentary They should not grow old expanded to 735 theaters by $ 2.4 million. Our own Dave Trumbore called the movie "technologically impressive, historically important, and equally inspiring and bad when it comes to human condition."

Check out the weekend's top 10 estimates below and come back here next week to see if Lego Movie 2: The second part can build any success in the market.

Title Weekend Total
1. Glass $ 9,535,000 $ 88,655,100
2. Opad $ 8,850,000 $ 75,590,128
3. Miss Bala $ 6,700,000 $ 6,700,000
4. Aquaman [19659034] $ 4,785,000 $ 323,572,240
5. Spider-Man: Into Spider-Verse $ 4,410,000 $ 175,286,069
6. Green Book $ 4,317,000 $ 55,821,331
7. The Kid Who Would Be King $ 4,200,000 $ 13,173, 676
8. A Dog's Way Home $ 3,510,000 $ 35,902,871
9. Escape Room $ 2,900,000 $ 52,089,300
10. They Don't Grow Old $ 2,405,000 $ 10,745,072


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