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‘Glass’ Holds The Box Office


M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass stayed full in its second weekend at the box office with $19 million from 3,844 theaters, while new offeringsThe Kid Who Would Be King and Serenity were quickly banished.Glass fell 53 percent, a better decline than expected and putting the film’s 10-day domestic total at $73.6 million for Universal and Shyamalan, who self-financed the pic. Overseas, where Disney has distribution duties, Glass also stayed atop the foreign box office chart with another $23.6 million for an offshore tally of $89.1 million and a worldwide cume of $162.7 million.

The top 12 films of the weekend, as of Sunday, January 27, are as follows:

#TitleDistributor NameWeekend Total # of LocsLoc AvgCume Total
2Upside, TheSTX Entertainment$12,240,0003,377$3,625$63,150,000
3AquamanWarner Bros.$7,350,0003,134$2,345$316,554,074
4Kid Who Would Be King, The20th Century Fox$7,250,0003,521$2,059$7,250,000
5Spider-Man: Into The Spider-VerseSony$6,150,0002,383$2,581$169,040,116
6Green BookUniversal$5,413,0002,430$2,228$49,002,486
7Dog’s Way Home, ASony$5,225,0003,081$1,696$30,834,525
8SerenityAviron Pictures$4,800,0002,561$1,874$4,800,000
9Escape RoomSony$4,275,0002,192$1,950$47,915,074
10Mary Poppins ReturnsDisney$3,113,0001,985$1,568$165,004,010
11Dragon Ball Super: BrolyFUNimation Films$3,000,0001,200$2,500$27,900,000