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‘Midway’ Surprises At Slow Box Office


Veterans Day weekend was a washout at the North American box office as an army of new movies disappointed.Roland Emmerich’s pricey World War II epic Midway may have topped the chart with a better-than-expected $17.5 million from 4,086 theaters in a surprise upset over the horror-thriller Doctor Sleep, but it was somewhat of a hollow victory considering Midway‘s $100 million budget.

The top 12 movies of the weekend, as of Sunday, November 11, are as follows:

#TitleDistributor NameWeekend Total # of LocsLoc AvgCume Total
2Doctor SleepWarner Bros.$14,100,0003,855$3,658$14,100,000
3Playing With FireParamount$12,800,0003,125$4,096$12,800,000
4Last ChristmasUniversal$11,600,0003,448$3,364$11,600,000
5Terminator: Dark FateParamount$10,800,0004,086$2,643$48,457,130
6JokerWarner Bros.$9,200,0002,806$3,279$313,491,507
7Maleficent: Mistress Of EvilDisney$8,002,0003,201$2,500$97,301,901
8HarrietFocus Features$7,230,0002,186$3,307$23,463,140
9Zombieland: Double TapSony$4,315,0002,427$1,778$66,655,483
10Addams Family, TheUnited Artists Releasing$4,184,0002,674$1,565$91,451,705
11Jojo RabbitFox Searchlight$3,942,000802$4,915$9,117,882
12CountdownSTX Entertainment$2,800,0001,829$1,531$22,232,505