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Terminator Bombs But Still Tops Weak Box Office

Terminator-Dark Fate

 Terminator: Dark Fate  bombed in its domestic box office debut over the weekend with $29 million from 4,086 theaters, well behind expectations though still bowing at No. 1. Not even the return of James Cameron in the producer’s chair and original series stars Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger could spark interest among many fans and the general moviegoing public.

The top 12 movies of the weekend, as of Sunday, November 3, are as follows.

#TitleDistributor NameWeekend Total # of LocsLoc AvgCume Total
1Terminator: Dark FateParamount$29,000,0004,086$7,097$29,000,000
2JokerWarner Bros.$13,925,0003,519$3,957$299,611,992
3Maleficent: Mistress Of EvilDisney$12,175,0003,820$3,187$84,324,711
4HarrietFocus Features$12,000,0002,059$5,828$12,000,000
5Addams Family, TheUnited Artists Releasing$8,499,0073,607$2,356$85,295,007
6Zombieland: Double TapSony$7,350,0003,337$2,203$59,307,162
7CountdownSTX Entertainment$5,850,0002,675$2,187$17,766,036
8Black And BlueSony$4,050,0002,062$1,964$15,442,478
9Motherless BrooklynWarner Bros.$3,650,0001,342$2,720$3,650,000
10Arctic DogsEntertainment Studios Motion Pictures$3,100,0002,844$1,090$3,100,000
11ParasiteNeon Rated$2,630,000461$5,705$7,530,551
12Jojo RabbitFox Searchlight$2,401,000256$9,379$4,286,236