The last weekend of 2018 came and went, and Aquaman continued to head the box office. January is usually a dumping ground for studios, so it's unlikely James Wan's submerged superhero will be washed away anytime soon ̵
Christmas is usually a big time for movies, but the holiday is over and all we have left is New Year, which does not set the box office on fire. The last weekend of 2018 belonged again to Aquaman which is not surprising. Although I believe we all knew that Aquaman would make money, who knew that it would surpass the judiciary Justice League ? As reported by Box Office Mojo, Aquaman delivered the smallest second weekend in the DC Extended Universe, losing only USD -23.5% for a second weekend totaling $ 51.55 million, making the domestic film rose over $ 188 million. The movie is now the eleventh largest domestic release based on a DC comic after eleven days of release. In addition, THR adds that the film will earn more than $ 900 million at the end of its run and will be the biggest Warner Bros./DC title since Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises earned in the year 2012 $ 1.09 billion, not adjusted to inflation. "My man!
Mary Poppins Returns and Bumblebee More or less the same, with Mary Poppins improved slightly and proves that word of mouth attracts more people, and Bumblebee fell off and proves word of mouth not really serving. Imagine that. Spider-Man: Into the Spider Verses saw a drop in audiences over the past weekend, but remains at # 4 (what do you do, folks, go to this topic).
Outside In The World of Blockbusters, Clint Eastwood's The Mule (19459006) is doing significantly better than expected and has so far earned $ 60 million. Adam McKay's Dick Cheney Biopic Vice [Annapurna's] Annapurna Vice President is now Annapurna's "Highest-selling Domestic Release Ever", earning $ 17.7 million – but not expected to be like McKay's latest film is so big] The Big Short . Here are the latest top 10 movies at the box office, again about Box Office Mojo.
. 1 Aquaman
2. Mary Poppins Returns
4. Spider-Man: In the Spider Verse
5. The mule
7. Holmes and Watson
8. Act II
9. Ralph breaks the internet
10. Dr. Seuss' The Grinch
Looking to the future, the horror-strip PG-13 Escape Room will be released this Friday, probably thanks to a low budget. The following weekend, we will finally see the beleaguered Keanu Reeves sci-fi movie Replicas and A Dog Walk Home . Do not expect one of the two records to break. The only clear cash winner in the not too distant future is Glass Night Shyamalan's successor to Unbreakable and Split . Early tracking indicates the movie will run very well on January 18th.
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