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‘Onward’ Holds Weakened Box Office


Moviegoing in the United States slowed dramatically over the weekend amid the coronavirus pandemic, resulting in box office revenue falling to a 20-year low, according to initial Sunday estimates. ‘Onward’ stayed No. 1 in North America but suffered the worst decline in Pixar history, while faith-based pic ‘I Still Believe’ beat fellow new offerings ‘The Hunt’ and ‘Bloodshot.’

The top 12 films of the weekend, as of Sunday, March 15, are as follows:

#TitleDistributor NameWeekend Total # of LocsLoc AvgCume Total
2I Still BelieveLionsgate$9,500,0003,250$2,923$9,500,000
4Invisible Man, TheUniversal$6,000,0003,636$1,650$64,419,685
5Hunt, TheUniversal$5,320,0003,028$1,757$5,320,000
6Sonic The HedgehogParamount$2,575,0003,041$847$145,806,328
7Way Back, The (2020)Warner Bros.$2,415,0002,718$889$13,435,873
8Call Of The Wild, The20th Century Fox$2,241,0003,201$700$62,106,911
9EmmaFocus Features$1,370,0001,732$791$10,005,975
10Bad Boys For LifeSony$1,100,0001,451$758$204,292,401
11Birds Of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn)Warner Bros.$555,0001,014$547$84,063,557
12Jumanji: The Next LevelSony$420,000862$487$316,782,404