Which movie did you catch over the weekend? Here at the top 10 movies at the box office: It Chapter Two, Hustlers, and more!
Hustlers debuted in theaters to challenge Pennywise, but It Chapter Two proved to be bigger competition than anticipated. The clown still managed to steal the spotlight and kept its No. 1 spot for another week, adding $40.7 million to its growing total. According to Box Office Mojo, It Chapter Two now has $323.3 million worldwide. The movie stars Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Bill Hader, and Bill Skarsgard among others.
Settling for No. 2 is Hustlers with $33.2 million, an impressive sum either way! The movie, which stars Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu, was reportedly put together with a $20 million budget and has already crossed it. Hustlers is doing just fine and will be breaking bank in the days to come.
In the third spot you’ll find Angel Has Fallen with $4.4 million and then Good Boys at No. 4 with $4.2 million. As you can see, right after Hustlers, the box office sees a huge drop in numbers. But where is the other debut of the weekend, The Goldfinch?
Search further down and you’ll spot The Goldfinch, starring Ansel Elgort, Sarah Paulson, Nicole Kidman, Finn Wolfhard, and others. The movie collected an embarrassing $3.6 million, bombing and only able to land at No. 8 on the Top 10 countdown.
To make matters worse, The Goldfinch was reportedly made with a $45 million budget! With only $3.6 million in its pocket so far, it has a long way to go if it wants to make any profit. At this point, however, that is likely not going to happen.
Check out the top 10 movies of the weekend, from Friday, Sept. 13, through Sunday, Sept. 15:
- It Chapter Two: $40.7 million
- Hustlers: $33.2 million
- Angel Has Fallen: $4.4 million
- Good Boys: $4.2 million
- The Lion King: $3.5 million
- Hobbs & Shaw: $2.7 million
- Overcomer: $2.7 million
- The Goldfinch: $2.6 million
- The Peanut Butter Falcon: $1.9 million
- Dora and the Lost City of Gold: $1.8 million
Up next, Ad Astra, Downton Abbey, Rambo: Last Blood, Villains, and Corporate Animals open in theaters Sept. 20. What will you be watching this coming weekend?