Box office movies: Ethan Hunt vs Teen Titans

Mission: Impossible - Fallout photo credit Paramount Pictures Webmaster
Mission: Impossible - Fallout photo credit Paramount Pictures Webmaster /

What did you catch in theaters this weekend? Two new movies premiered on Friday. How did they do? The box office numbers are in!

The Mission: Impossible franchise has changed the game for action movies. The movie series has been around for over two decades, and they only get better and better. Its latest chapter, Fallout, is the biggest one yet! The movies have a huge fan base, and with early buzz and a score of 97% Fresh at Rotten Tomatoes, Mission: Impossible – Fallout gathered $61.5 million at the box office this weekend. But, that’s only its domestic earnings.

Internationally, Fallout collected $92 million, bringing its total up to $153.5 million. Reportedly, the movie was made with a budget of $178 million. It’s safe to say the latest Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) adventure will make a very decent profit.

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The second debut of the weekend, Teen Titans Go! to the Movies, was expected to perform better than it did. Still, it’s not considered a fail. With a budget of $11 million, the Teen Titans Go! movie accumulated $11.5 million worldwide. The animated feature scored great at Rotten Tomatoes, 90% Fresh. And audiences love it. Even though the movie landed only at number five in the top 10, expect to see it hanging around for several more weeks.

Here are the top 10 movies of the weekend, from Friday, July 27, through Sunday, July 29:

  1. Mission: Impossible – Fallout: $61.5 million
  2. Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again: $15 million
  3. The Equalizer 2: $14 million
  4. Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation: $12.3 million
  5. Teen Titans Go! to the Movies: $10.5 million
  6. Ant-Man and the Wasp: $8.4 million
  7. Incredibles 2: $7.1 million
  8. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom: $6.7 million
  9. Skyscraper: $5.4 million
  10. The First Purge: $2.2 million

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Up next: Christopher Robin, The Spy Who Dumped Me, and The Darkest Minds premiere. What do you plan on checking out this weekend?