The Predator was not able to hold on to its spot at the top as it took a massive fall.
First place this weekend went to The House With a Clock in its Walls with $26.85M off of a $42M budget. It was an overperformance and makes you wonder how long the legs might be on it.
A Simple Favor had a healthy hold dropping just 35 percent and taking in $10.4M. Domestically it has hit $32.56M and $10M foreign for a total of $42.56M. A decline under 50 percent in the second weekend is seen as successful, so this is a good haul.
Third place went to The Nun with $10.25M for a new domestic total of $100.89M. This makes the fourth film in the Conjuring series to break $100M domestic. The only one not to make it was Annabelle with $84M. Overseas it sits at $144.8M for a global total of $245.69M off of a $22M budget.
The Predator dropped to fourth place with a drop of 64.7 percent to take in $8.7M. This brings it to $40.43M in the U.S. and $35.74M overseas for a total of $76.17M off of an $88M budget.
Fifth place went to Crazy Rich Asians with $6.51M. Domestically it sits at $159.43M and globally is at $206.43M off of a $30M budget.
This week’s releases include Hell Fest, Smallfoot, and Night School.