Box Office 11.18.19 - Feature - StudioBinder

Here are the results from last weekend’s box office. Did you see any of these films? Thumbs up or thumbs down? 

This post is updated every Monday at 12:00pm PT.

BOX OFFICE #5

Last Christmas

Weekend At The Box Office - 5

It would be a Christmas miracle if this movie makes it to Christmas

Last Christmas wrapped up another Top 5 victory with $6.7 million. The U.S. total now sits at $22.6 million and the international total is currently at $13 million.

BOX OFFICE #4

Playing With Fire

Weekend At The Box Office - 4

Critics hated, audience approved

Believe it or not, Playing With Fire actually moved UP a spot this week and lost only 33% of its audience. The family comedy brought in $8.5 million, making the domestic total now $25.4 million.

BOX OFFICE #3

Charlie's Angels

Weekend At The Box Office - 3

Don't call me Angel.

Another wide release this week was Charlie's Angels, directed by Elizabeth Banks. The film was projected for a fairly weak weekend performance and even fell short of that with only $8.6 million. Angels made more than double that number internationally ($19.3 million) and will be opening is more overseas markets through the next few weeks.

BOX OFFICE #2

Midway

Weekend At The Box Office - 2

Midway is down but not out

In its 2nd week, Midway dropped 51% to collect $8.75 million, bringing the total domestic to $35 million and the global total to $53 million.

BOX OFFICE #1

Ford v Ferrari

Weekend At The Box Office - 1

Ford v Ferrari takes the checkered flag

James Mangold's racing picture, Ford v Ferrari, ran a solid race this past weekend. The film lapped the competition and nabbed $31 million in the process. The Damon-Bale vehicle has so far rounded up an additional $21 million overseas with a few markets left to open throughout the coming weeks. 

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