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Hobbs & Shaw speeds into the top spot at the box office

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.



Sean P. Aune

Sean Aune has been a pop culture aficionado since before there was even a term for pop culture. From the time his father brought home Amazing