The Warner Bros. dynasty hangs on to the crown, as $26.5 million was enough for “Crazy Rich Asians” to overcome last week’s king “The Meg,” which had a second weekend of $21.1 million. The new Peter Berg/Mark Wahlberg feature “Mile 22,” which was set to launch a series of films actually overpowered “Mission: Impossible – Fallout” in its fourth weekend, but $13.7 million for “Mile 22” is likely not enough to continue the series. Studio 8’s new release “Alpha” opened at Number Five to $10.3 million. Outside the Top 25, new release “The Wife” was the per theater average winner with an average of $27,071 per four theaters while you have to travel down to the sixth spot to find a winner within the Top 25, with “Crazy Rich Asians” pulling in an average of $7,834 in 3,384 theaters.

“Puzzle” had the biggest rise within the Top 25, with an increase of +32.1% which was enough to put it at Number 25, pushing out the likes of “The First Purge,” “Blindspotting,” “The Island,” and “Ocean’s 8.” Fox’s “The Darkest Minds” almost bombed in its third weekend, having one of the biggest decreases with a drop of -88.1%. Do not expect that one to hang around next weekend.

Next weekend, “Crazy Rich Asians” will do battle with “The Happytime Murders,” both looking for weekends around $14 million. “A.X.L.” also opens next weekend, but will be likely finish outside the Top 10.

# Title Weekend Total Budget Week LW CH
1 Crazy Rich Asians (WB) $26,510,140 ($35,276,909) $30m 1st N even
2 The Meg (WB) $21,151,012 ($83,760,074) $130m 2nd #1 down
3 Mile 22 (STX) $13,710,825 ($13,710,825) $35m* 1st N even
4 Mission: Impossible – Fallout (Par) $10,773,347 ($181,012,068) $178m 4th #2 down
5 Alpha (Studio 8) $10,352,512 ($10,352,512) $51m 1st N even
6 Christopher Robin (BV) $8,861,530 ($66,878,940) $75m* 3rd #3 down
7 BlacKkKlansman (Focus) $7,383,195 ($23,392,685) $15m 2nd #5 down
8 Slender Man (SGem) $4,801,712 ($20,578,291) $10m 2nd #4 down
9 Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation (Sony) $3,768,479 ($153,962,179) $80m 6th #9 even
10 Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (Uni) $3,405,405 ($111,222,895) $75m 5th #7 down
11 The Equalizer 2 (Sony) $2,863,549 ($94,782,433) $62m 5th #8 down
12 Ant-Man and the Wasp (BV) $2,646,856 ($208,392,506) $162m* 7th #10 down
13 The Spy Who Dumped Me (LGF) $2,617,298 ($29,998,313) $40m 3rd #6 downdown
14 Incredibles 2 (BV) $2,302,020 ($594,100,868) $200m* 10th #11 down
15 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (Uni) $1,157,380 ($411,754,745) $170m 9th #14 down
16 Dog Days (LD) $868,664 ($5,929,487) $10m* 2nd #12 down
17 Teen Titans Go! To The Movies (WB) $750,127 ($27,301,479) $10m 4th #15 down
18 Eighth Grade (A24) $735,239 ($11,638,783) ** 6th #16 down
19 Three Identical Strangers (Neon) $502,144 ($10,567,548) ** 8th #18 down
20 Skyscraper (Uni) $314,860 ($66,772,705) $125m 6th #19 down
21 Death Of A Nation (QF) $311,193 ($5,312,420) $6m 3rd #17 down
22 The Darkest Minds (Fox) $255,173 ($12,289,659) $34m 3rd #13 downdown
23 Sorry to Bother You (AnnaP) $253,968 ($16,297,953) $3.2m* 7th #20 down
24 Won’t You Be My Neighbor? (Focus) $214,115 ($22,076,102) ** 11th #21 down
25 Puzzle (SPC) $212,704 ($728,323) ** 4th #29

***ALL DOMESTIC NUMBERS FROM BOX OFFICE MOJO***

OFF THE CHARTS THIS WEEK

Title Dom / World Budget Weeks Highest NOTE
Blindspotting (LG/S) $4,021,568
($4,038,585)
** 5th #13 **
The First Purge (Uni) $68,751,905
($130,351,905)
$13m 7th #4
(+$55.8m)
(+$117.4m)
The Island (2018) (WGUSA)  $526,221 ** 2nd #23
**
Ocean’s 8 (WB) $138,780,224
($287,880,224)
$70m 11th #1 (+$68.8m)
(+$217.9m)

(OFFICIALLY CLOSED)

 

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