The Great Wall A Great Failure

WINNIPEG, MB. — The LEGO Batman Movie held on to the top spot at the box office.

It pulled in another $34.2-million, raising receipts to $98.8-million on an $80-million production budget.

Fifty Shades Darker also held on to the second spot at the box office.

The film grossed $21-million in weekend two.

It has now raked in $89.7-million on a production budget of $55-million.

Not So Great

The Matt Damon-led The Great Wall had a disappointing opening in third place.

It pulled in $18.1-million, dwarfed by its $150-million budget.

The Great Wall is all but destined to become a great failure.

Other Openings

Fist Fight opened in fifth place with $12-million.

A Cure for Wellness debuted in 10th place with $4.2-million on a $40-million budget.

The top 10 box office numbers from the weekend follow below:

Now Prev Film Gross Week #
1 1 The LEGO Batman Movie $34.2-million 2
2 2 Fifty Shades Darker $21-million 2
3 The Great Wall $18.1-million New
4 3 John Wick: Chapter Two $16.5-million 2
5 Fist Fight $12-million New
6 5 Hidden Figures $7.1-million 9
7 4 Split $7-million 5
8 6 A Dog’s Purpose $5.6-million 4
9 8 La La Land $4.5-million 11
10 A Cure for Wellness $4.2-million New

—Andrew McCrea, MyToba Movies

Andrew McCrea is a hard news junkie with a passion for crime reporting. He studied business, media production, and journalism at Red River College earning two diplomas. McCrea also loves cinema, creative writing, and programming websites and software.

1 Comment

  • Robert says:

    You failed to mention it made $260 million worldwide, hardly a failure. It’s silly to assume that ratings are based off how many parents pay for their children’s movie tickets to go see a semi-funny cgi or cartoon. I didnt need diplomas to know that. What even are ratings these days?? I wouldn’t pay $15-40 to see a kids movie in the theatres.