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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

It Chapter Two

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It Chapter Two, breaking records right and left

Another record was broken this weekend: It Chapter Two became the third ever R-rated film to cross the $200 million mark domestically. The film now boasts a global tally of $436 million.

BOX OFFICE #4

Hustlers

Weekend At The Box Office - 4

Can't stop, won't stop

Hustlers is nearing that $100 million domestic benchmark with an impressive $91 million. The film added $6.3 domestically and $1.9 internationally for a global total of $110 million.

BOX OFFICE #3

Downton Abbey

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Downton-Not-So-Shabbey

Another $8 million got added onto Downton Abbey's domestic gross, which now stands at $74 million. The film deposited $6.6 million overseas, making the current global total $135 million.

BOX OFFICE #2

Abominable

Weekend At The Box Office - 2

A decent decline in its second week

Abominable dropped only 42% from last week and pocketed another $12 million with a current domestic total at $37.8 million. The film opened in China this week and added $11.2 million to an international total at $38.5.

BOX OFFICE #1

Joker

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Who's laughing now?

It was a record-breaking weekend for Joker. It was the widest opening for October with 4,374 locations, it brought in $13.3 million from Thursday night previews alone, and ended with the largest October opening weekend ever at $93.5 million. Internationally, Joker brought in another $140 with a global total currently at $234 million.

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