With no competition at the box office, Angel Has Fallen is No. 1

ANGEL HAS FALLEN photo via Lionsgate publicity
ANGEL HAS FALLEN photo via Lionsgate publicity /

The sleepy box office continues with Angel Has Fallen at No. 1. Let’s check out which other movies made it to the top 10!

Will It Chapter Two be the movie to wake up this summer’s sleepy box office? With no other competitors facing up against it, Angel Has Fallen is No. 1 once again this weekend.

What is everyone up to this Labor Day weekend? It has, apparently, not been making a trip to theaters! Is it the lack of great films the box office has to offer? There are some fun choices at the moment: Good Boys, Ready or Not, Spider-Man: Far From Home, and a few others. What was the last movie you’ve seen in theaters?

Gerard Butler’s Angel Has Fallen wins a second week thanks to no other additions opening in theaters this past weekend. This gives the movie a better chance at making a decent profit. According to Box Office MojoAngel Has Fallen now has a total of $43.6 million against its $40 million reported budget. This is the third movie in the Fallen franchise.

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Following close behind is Good Boys with $9.1 million. The Lion King comes in third with $6.7 million, a low number, but it has been hanging on to the top half of the countdown for several weeks now.

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On the bottom half, you’ll find Spider-Man: Far From Home, which brings in $4.2 million over the weekend. Dora and the Lost City of Gold is No. 9 with $4.1 million, and The Angry Birds Movie 2 settles for tenth place with $4.1 million, just thousands less than Dora. 

Here are the top 10 movies of the weekend, from Friday, Aug. 30 to Sunday, Sept. 1:

  1. Angel Has Fallen: $11.5 million
  2. Good Boys: $9.1 million
  3. The Lion King: $6.7 million
  4. Hobbs & Shaw: $6.2 million
  5. Overcomer: $5.7 million
  6. Ready or Not: $5.6 million
  7. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark: $5 million
  8. Spider-Man: Far From Home: $4.2 million
  9. Dora and the Lost City of Gold: $4.1 million
  10. The Angry Birds Movie 2: $4.1 million

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Up next: It Chapter Two and Ms. Purple premiere in theaters Friday, Sept. 6. What will you be watching this coming weekend?