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‘Garfield’ Wins Slow Box Office In Its Second Week


Box office revenues dropped 69 percent from a year ago as Hollywood and theater owners continue to grapple with a lack of big event pics. Year-to-date revenue is now down 24 percent over last year. Sony’s The Garfield Movie easily purred past George Miller’s Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga to top the weekend chart with an estimated $14 million for a domestic tally of $51.6 million. 

John Krasinski’s original family film IF, now in its third weekend, climbed up to take the second spot. The Ryan Reynolds-starrer is enjoying strong staying power, and grossed another $10.8 million domestically for a North American tally of $80.4 million and $138 million worldwide.

The top 12 movies of the weekend, as of Sunday, are as follows:

#TitleDistributor NameWeekend Total # of LocsLoc AvgCume Total% Change
1Garfield Movie, TheSony$14,000,0004,108$3,408$51,572,331-42%
3Furiosa: A Mad Max SagaWarner Bros.$10,750,0003,864$2,782$49,667,619-59%
4Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes20th Century Studios$8,800,0003,450$2,551$139,996,059-34%
5Fall Guy, TheUniversal$4,200,0002,826$1,486$80,285,405-30%
6Strangers: Chapter 1, TheLionsgate$3,600,0002,527$1,425$28,365,840-35%
7Haikyu!! The Dumpster BattleCrunchyroll/Sony$3,500,0001,119$3,128$3,500,000
8In a Violent NatureIFC Films$2,119,0001,426$1,486$2,119,000
9EzraBleecker Street$1,183,5811,320$897$1,183,581
10SightAngel Studios$1,084,9182,118$512$5,888,028-61%
11Summer CampRoadside Attractions$1,063,1701,787$595$1,063,170
12BabesNeon Rated$910,0001,118$814$2,760,493-14%