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‘The Upside’ Takes The Top Spot At The Box Office

The Upside

The long-delayed dramedy The Upside — one of the last films made by Harvey Weinstein before the mogul’s demise — beat Aquaman with $19.6 million in a surprise victory. Heading into the weekend, tracking showed it opening to no more than $9 million-$12 million domestically.

The top 12 films of the weekend, as of Sunday, January 13, are as follows:

#TitleDistributor
Name
Weekend Total # of LocsLoc AvgCume Total
1Upside, TheSTX Entertainment$19,590,0003,080$6,360$19,590,000
2AquamanWarner Bros.$17,265,0003,863$4,469$287,861,781
3Dog’s Way Home, ASony$11,300,0003,090$3,657$11,300,000
4Spider-Man: Into The Spider-VerseSony$9,000,0003,029$2,971$147,775,445
5Escape RoomSony$8,900,0002,717$3,276$32,432,931
6Mary Poppins ReturnsDisney$7,215,0003,253$2,218$150,656,985
7BumblebeeParamount$6,775,0003,303$2,051$108,469,977
8On The Basis Of SexFocus Features$6,227,0001,923$3,238$10,558,847
9Mule, TheWarner Bros.$5,545,0003,329$1,666$90,578,396
10ViceAnnapurna Pictures$3,278,6441,724$1,902$35,936,487
11Bohemian Rhapsody20th Century Fox$3,200,0001,334$2,399$198,496,306
12ReplicasEntertainment Studios MP$2,500,0002,329$1,073$2,500,000

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