Halloween took in another win this weekend, showing how much people still enjoy a good slasher movie.
Halloween took in $32.04M in the U.S. to score a second weekend at the box office. It’s domestic total now stands at $126.69M and globally it has hit $172.29M off of a $10M budget.
Second place went to A Star is Born with $14.14M, bringing its domestic total to $148.72M. Globally it sits at $253.32M off of a $36M budget.
Venom took third place this weekend with $10.8M. Domestically it has hit $187.28M and globally it sits at $508.38M off of a $100M budget. We’re surprised a second film hasn’t been announced yet. And with the Nightwatch movie having lost a director in Spike Lee, it looks like it may be up to the Morbius movie to keep this whole sub-universe moving forward.
Fourth place went to Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween with $7.5M with a new domestic total of $38.34M and globally has hit $62.54M off of a $35M budget.
Hunter Killer rounded out the top five with $6.65M.
This week’s releases include Bohemian Rhapsody, Nobody’s Fool, and The Nutcracker and the Four Realms.