Two Weekends On Top For The Boss Baby
WINNIPEG, MB. — The Boss Baby continued to dominate the weekend box office.
It held on to the top spot with a haul of $26.3-million, raising receipts to nearly $200-million worldwide.
A sequel is highly likely at this point.
Still a beauty, still a beast
Disney’s Beauty and the Beast held on to the second spot in weekend four.
It was edged out just slightly by The Boss Baby with a gross of $25-million.
Globally, the Disney mega-blockbuster has soared to nearly $978-million at the box office.
Not bad for a $160-million production budget.
Boom and Bust
Smurfs: The Lost Village had a dismal start with a $14-million opening at third place.
The film cost $60-million to produce.
Going in Style attracted baby boomers to the multiplex.
It made back half its production budget with a fourth place opening of $12.5-million.
The Case for Christ opened in 10th place with $3.9-million.
The top 10 box office numbers from the weekend follow below:
|1||1||The Boss Baby||$26.3-million||2|
|2||2||Beauty and the Beast (2017)||$25-million||4|
|3||—||Smurfs: The Lost Village||$14-million||New|
|4||—||Going in Style (2017)||$12.5-million||New|
|5||3||Ghost in the Shell (2017)||$7.4-million||2|
|6||4||Power Rangers (2017)||$6.2-million||3|
|7||5||Kong: Skull Island||$5.8-million||5|
|10||—||The Case for Christ||$3.9-million||New|
—Andrew McCrea, MyToba Movies
Photo – 20th Century Fox