At last, there isn’t a Disney (or Disney adjacent) movie in the top spot at the box ofice. It’s nice of it to finally share some.
First place went to Hobbs & Shaw with $60.8M domestically, and $120M foreign for an opening weekend of $180.8M off of a $200M budget.
The Lion King took second place with $38.24M at the U.S. box office bringing its domestic total to $430.88M. It has taken in $764.9M at the foreign box office for a global total of $1.195B.
Third place went to Once Upon a Time in Hollywood with $20.02M for a new total of $78.84M off of a $90M budget.
Spider-Man: Far From Home landed in Fourth place with $7.75M. It now stands at $360.32M at the domestic box office, and $1.075B global off of a budget of $160M.
Fifth place went to Toy Story 4 with $7.15M for a new domestic total of $410.05M. Globally it now stands at $959.25M.
This week’s wide-release will be Dora and the Lost City of Gold, The Kitchen, The Art of Racing in the Rain, and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.