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‘Angel Has Fallen’ Repeats To Top A Slow Box Office

Angel Has Fallen

Angel Has Fallen easily won the long Labor Day weekend with an estimated $15 million for the four-day holiday frame as summer 2019 came to a topsy-turvy close. Despite a record number of films crossing the $1 billion mark globally — most from Disney, whose domination continues to grow — the May-August corridor wasn’t able to close a year-over-year gap. Summer revenue clocked in at $4.3 billion, down 2 percent from last year, according to Comscore. Year-to-date is down 6 percent.

The top 12 films of the weekend, as of Sunday, September 1, are as follows:

#TitleDistributor NameWeekend Total # of LocsLoc AvgCume Total
1Angel Has FallenLionsgate$11,575,0003,336$3,470$40,689,221
2Good BoysUniversal$9,190,0003,458$2,658$56,197,965
3Lion King, TheDisney$6,708,0003,190$2,103$520,937,294
4Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & ShawUniversal$6,280,0002,972$2,113$157,092,350
6Ready Or NotFox Searchlight$5,616,0002,957$1,899$20,092,573
7Scary Stories To Tell In The DarkLionsgate$5,000,0002,747$1,820$57,620,246
8Spider-Man: Far From HomeSony$4,260,0003,162$1,347$384,712,588
9Dora And The Lost City Of GoldParamount$4,140,0002,477$1,671$49,597,691
10Angry Birds Movie 2, TheSony$4,115,0003,311$1,243$33,905,108
11Once Upon A Time In HollywoodSony$4,035,0001,993$2,025$129,657,549
12Peanut Butter Falcon, TheRoadside Attractions$2,921,4481,249$2,339$7,907,745