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‘Glass’ Holds Top Spot On Super Slow Weekend


The Super Bowl is always a challenge for the U.S. box office, but this year was a complete blowout. Universal/Disney’s Glass and STXfilms/Lantern’s The Upside stayed atop the chart in their third and fourth outings with $9.5 million and $8 million, respectively, after facing little competition fromMiss Bala, the only new nationwide offering which debuted to a muted $6.7 million.

The top 12 films of the weekend, as of Sunday, February 3, are as follows:

#TitleDistributor NameWeekend Total # of LocsLoc AvgCume Total
2Upside, TheSTX Entertainment$8,850,0003,568$2,480$75,590,128
3Miss BalaSony$6,700,0002,203$3,041$6,700,000
4AquamanWarner Bros.$4,785,0002,926$1,635$323,527,240
5Spider-Man: Into The Spider-VerseSony$4,410,0002,234$1,974$175,286,069
6Green BookUniversal$4,317,0002,648$1,630$55,821,331
7Kid Who Would Be King, The20th Century Fox$4,200,0003,528$1,190$13,173,676
8Dog’s Way Home, ASony$3,510,0002,962$1,185$35,902,871
9Escape RoomSony$2,900,0001,942$1,493$52,089,300
10They Shall Not Grow OldWarner Bros.$2,405,000735$3,272$10,745,000
11Mary Poppins ReturnsDisney$1,924,0001,704$1,129$168,205,840

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