Top 10 movies at the box office right now: Good Boys, Ready or Not

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What a sleepy time at the box office. Despite a new slate of movies dropping this past weekend, the highest number reached is $21.2 million. Let’s have a look!

The No. 1 spot at the box office goes to Angel Has Fallen, but its $21.2 million isn’t much to brag about. The movie, which stars Gerard Butler and Morgan Freeman, is an R action with a budget of $40 million, so it still has a journey to go if it wants to make any profit. This isn’t too surprising, though, August is known to pull in low numbers.

Following behind with $11.7 million is last week’s champ, Good BoysThe film Overcomer is also a new one this weekend, but only managed to open in third place with $8.2 million. Finally, even more surprising is Ready or Not, which you won’t find until your eyes reach No. 6, with $7.5 million.

Despite the positive reviews and critical acclaim from both fans and critics, the movie only managed to gather $7.5 million over the weekend. It is expected to climb the charts, though, here in the following week.

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Other worthy notes for this weekend’s results: The Lion King at No. 4 with $8.1 million, The Angry Birds Movie 2 with $6.3 million, quickly dropping. And Once Upon a Time in Hollywood may be enjoying its final week in the top 10 as it only reached No. 10 with $5 million.

Here are the top 10 movies of the weekend, from Friday, Aug. 23, through Sunday, Aug. 25, from Box Office Mojo:

  1. Angel Has Fallen: $21.2 million
  2. Good Boys: $11.7 million
  3. Overcomer: $8.2 million
  4. The Lion King: $8.1 million
  5. Hobbs & Shaw: $8.1 million
  6. Ready or Not: $7.5 million
  7. The Angry Birds Movie 2: $6.3 million
  8. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark: $6 million
  9. Dora and the Lost City of Gold: $5.2 million
  10. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: $5 million

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Which movie did you catch in theaters this past weekend and what will you be watching next? Friday, Aug. 30, sees the release of: Don’t Let Go, Official Secrets, The Load, Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins, and Bennett’s War.