Weekend Actuals: ‘Dunkirk’ Repeats w/ $26.6M; ‘Emoji Movie’ Expresses $24.5M; ‘Atomic Blonde’ Tries Blowing Up w/ $18.2M

Monday Update: Warner Bros.’ Dunkirk rode the waves to the top spot at the box office for the second weekend with $26.6 million, as Sony’s animated The Emoji Movie may have earned a bit less of a “thumbs up” icon than hoped with second place and $24.5 million. Meanwhile, Focus Features’ Atomic Blonde kicked its way to fourth with $18.2 million.

Our Sunday update featuring more numbers and analysis is below, followed by the table of weekend actuals.


Sunday Update: Warner Bros.’ Dunkirk rode the waves to the top spot at the box office for the second weekend, as Sony’s animated The Emoji Movie may have earned a bit less of a “thumbs up” icon than hoped with second place. Meanwhile, Focus Features’ Atomic Blonde kicked its way to fourth.

It was expected to be a close race between Dunkirk and Emoji. Indeed, Emoji won the opening day on Friday with $10.0 million, a decent 26 percent lead. But Dunkirk‘s reclaimed the edge on both Saturday and Sunday, allowing it to win the weekend overall. 

The World War II action drama earned $28.1 million, dropping by 44 percent in its second frame. That’s a solid hold, though a bit larger than the 27 percent second-weekend decline for recent military hit American Sniper or the 26 percent for Bridge of Spies. Chalk it up to terrific word of mouth, including a stellar 93 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes and increasing awards buzz.

With an August that looks to be devoid of any $200+ million hits (or maybe even $100 million hits) like Guardians of the Galaxy or Suicide Squad from recent Augusts, look for Dunkirk to hold on exceptionally well in the next month.

The Emoji Movie, featuring personified characters based on the popular two-dimensional drawings used in text messages and emails, started in the runner-up spot with $25.6 million. Sony’s press release claimed the film was “surpassing expectations” financially, although some predictions had it making $30 million or even a bit more.

The film received a “B” CinemaScore and an “A-” CinemaScore from children under 18, although its rating looks much worse on Rotten Tomatoes: a lowly 8 percent. Emoji begins 32 percent behind the opening of last summer’s The Angry Birds Movie, another animated title based on a popular cell phone app.

Emoji may have a harder time in August, with two more animated titles opening in the next four weeks — The Nut Job 2 and Leap! — plus Despicable Me 3 still holding decently.

Universal’s Girls Trip took third place with $20.0 million, becoming the highest grossing live-action comedy of the year so far (if excluding horror-comedy Get Out).

Its 35 percent hold was better than the second-weekend drops for this summer’s other three R-rated comedies: -59 percent for Snatched, -45 percent for The House, and -41 percent for Rough Night. Credit it to strong word of mouth, including an 88 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes.

Focus Features’ Atomic Blonde started with $18.6 million, good for fourth place. The R-rated action film starring Charlize Theron in the title role finished about in line with pre-release expectations, although some projections had it starting one rank higher in third place, presuming a larger decline for Girls Trip.

The film earned a “B” CinemaScore from an audience that was 51 percent male. Wonder Woman posted a similar 48 percent male audience on its opening weekend, reflecting an ability for these female-centered action films to earn balanced crowds and dispelling Hollywood’s former fears that women-led action films couldn’t attract men.

Speaking of Wonder Woman, the film earns its ninth weekend in the top 10, coming in 10th place with $3.5 million. If the film can hold onto that that top tier for one more frame, it would join a very rare and elite group: 10 weekends in the top 10. It would become the fourth film to reach the mark this year after La La LandHidden Figures, and Beauty and the Beast — which would make 2017 the first year since 2001 in which four films achieved the feat.

Can Wonder Woman do it? Two new titles are opening next weekend. But at the same time, it’s also possible that the two films ahead of Wonder this weekend — Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets and Baby Driver — could dip below Wonder next frame given their current decline rates. So it will be a close call; keep your eyes peeled.

The top 10 films this weekend earned an estimated $138.3 million total. That’s 32 percent below the $204.1 million earned by the top 10 last weekend. It’s also 22 percent percent below the $178.4 million earned by the top 10 on this weekend last year, when Star Trek Beyond led with $59.2 million.

Limited Releases:

Paramount’s An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, former Vice President Al Gore’s follow-up environmental documentary to his Oscar-winning 2007 An Inconvenient Truth, started with $130 thousand in four theaters. The $32,500 per-theater average was the highest of the weekend.

Annapurna Pictures’ Detroit, a drama about the city’s 1967 race riots directed by Oscar-winner Kathryn Bigelow and considered a top Oscar contender this year, began in 20 theaters with $365 thousand. That’s about $18,273 per theater.

Overseas Update:

Dunkirk led the overseas weekend again with $45.6 million, a 19 percent decline. It also leads the global weekend again with $73.7 million, a 31 percent decline. The film has now earned $131.3 million overseas and $234.1 million globally, led by $35.4 million in the United Kingdom.

Other top films overseas this weekend included:

  • Despicable Me 3: $36.1 million overseas weekend (-28 percent), $43.8 million global weekend (-31 percent).
  • War for the Planet of the Apes: $20.5 million overseas weekend (+19 percent), $30.8 million global weekend (-18 percent).
  • Spider-Man: Homecoming — $19.7 million overseas weekend (-41 percent), $33.1 million global weekend (-40 percent).

Weekend Actuals for Friday, July 28 – Sunday, July 30, 2017:

WIDE (1000+)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Dunkirk $26,611,130 -47% 3,748 28 $7,100 $101,317,350 2 Warner Bros.
2 The Emoji Movie $24,531,923 4,075 $6,020 $24,531,923 1 Sony / Columbia
3 Girls Trip $19,646,305 -37% 2,648 57 $7,419 $65,085,525 2 Universal
4 Atomic Blonde $18,286,420 3,304 $5,535 $18,286,420 1 Focus Features
5 Spider-Man: Homecoming $13,261,372 -40% 3,625 -505 $3,658 $278,168,177 4 Sony / Columbia
6 War for the Planet of the Apes $10,472,252 -50% 3,374 -726 $3,104 $118,784,881 3 Fox
7 Despicable Me 3 $7,592,560 -42% 3,030 -495 $2,506 $230,292,465 5 Universal
8 Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets $6,360,085 -63% 3,553 0 $1,790 $30,186,232 2 EuropaCorp/STXfilms
9 Baby Driver $3,971,018 -35% 1,961 -542 $2,025 $91,967,206 5 Sony / TriStar
10 Wonder Woman $3,340,667 -28% 1,651 -320 $2,023 $395,244,373 9 Warner Bros.
11 The Big Sick $3,177,951 -37% 1,589 -1008 $2,000 $30,222,605 6 Lionsgate

LIMITED (100 — 999)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Cars 3 $956,031 -50% 861 -433 $1,110 $146,384,124 7 Disney
2 Wish Upon $950,553 -62% 907 -1247 $1,048 $12,929,464 3 Broad Green Pictures
3 Transformers: The Last Knight $557,519 -52% 538 -487 $1,036 $128,791,998 6 Paramount
4 A Ghost Story $368,289 168% 329 286 $1,119 $927,508 4 A24
5 Maudie $331,974 -15% 228 -5 $1,456 $4,650,614 7 Sony Pictures Classics
6 Mubarakan $310,162 128 $2,423 $310,162 1 Sony Pictures Releasing International
7 Captain Underpants $297,460 -35% 267 -24 $1,114 $72,456,066 9 Fox / DreamWorks Animation
8 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 $277,201 -24% 231 -37 $1,200 $387,764,608 13 Disney
9 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales $209,249 -15% 210 -19 $996 $171,001,410 10 Disney
10 47 Meters Down $195,315 -56% 240 -209 $814 $42,705,622 7 Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures
11 The House (2017) $193,334 -55% 225 -228 $859 $24,908,762 5 Warner Bros. / New Line
12 The Mummy $188,760 -13% 184 -30 $1,026 $79,718,455 8 Universal
13 Lady Macbeth $176,073 40% 104 64 $1,693 $464,039 3 Roadside Attractions
14 The Boss Baby $96,578 -30% 149 -14 $648 $174,663,989 18 Fox / DreamWorks Animation
15 The Beguiled $93,845 -64% 144 -187 $652 $10,422,694 6 Focus Features
16 The Hero $63,116 -55% 102 -93 $619 $3,850,042 8 The Orchard

PLATFORM (1 — 99)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Detroit $350,190 20 $17,510 $350,190 1 Annapurna Pictures
2 Wolf Warrior 2 $219,022 53 $4,132 $219,022 1 The H Collective
3 Landline $127,558 143% 38 34 $3,357 $201,457 2 Magnolia Pictures
4 An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power $124,823 4 $31,206 $124,823 1 Paramount
5 The Little Hours $119,022 -30% 96 -18 $1,240 $1,194,209 5 Gunpowder & Sky
6 The Midwife $79,536 273% 28 25 $2,841 $113,210 2 Music Box Films
7 Beatriz at Dinner $66,063 -43% 77 -39 $858 $6,839,089 8 Roadside Attractions
8 Menashe $62,078 3 $20,693 $62,078 1 A24
9 Lost in Paris $55,497 -5% 41 -2 $1,354 $327,845 7 Oscilloscope Laboratories
10 All Eyez On Me $49,734 66% 94 32 $529 $44,892,121 7 Lionsgate / Summit
11 Alien: Covenant $43,060 -36% 98 -5 $439 $74,154,523 11 Fox
12 Brigsby Bear $39,652 3 $13,217 $39,652 1 Sony Pictures Classics
13 The Women’s Balcony $30,518 -11% 22 -2 $1,387 $1,031,466 22 Menemsha Films
14 Paris Can Wait $30,435 -47% 44 -22 $692 $5,521,575 12 Sony Pictures Classics
15 Megan Leavey $24,724 -42% 46 -41 $537 $12,872,110 8 Bleeker Street
16 Rough Night $20,486 -15% 46 -17 $445 $21,906,917 7 Sony
17 Jagga Jasoos $19,636 -83% 31 -76 $633 $854,064 3 UTV Communications
18 13 Minutes $18,115 57% 18 -1 $1,006 $100,812 5 Sony Pictures Classics
19 Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul $15,520 6% 36 -11 $431 $20,708,300 11 20th Century Fox
20 The Exception $14,675 -26% 11 -17 $1,334 $679,216 9 A24
21 City of Ghosts $12,674 -40% 18 0 $704 $101,635 4 IFC Films / Amazon
22 Gifted $12,065 -30% 21 -5 $575 $24,759,495 17 Fox Searchlight
23 Person to Person $11,852 3 $3,951 $11,852 1 Magnolia Pictures
24 It Comes At Night $11,205 -34% 23 -10 $487 $13,839,954 8 A24
25 Smurfs: The Lost Village $9,439 -41% 27 -11 $350 $45,011,202 17 Sony / Columbia
26 The Journey $9,305 -43% 7 -6 $1,329 $152,460 7 IFC Films
27 Love, Kennedy $9,192 -26% 17 2 $541 $331,300 9 Purdie Distribution
28 Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World $8,914 2 $4,457 $33,667 1 Kino Lorber
29 Letters from Baghdad $8,228 -31% 9 -4 $914 $293,618 9 Vitagraph Films
30 Pop Aye $7,136 75% 4 0 $1,784 $49,465 5 Kino Lorber
31 The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman’s Portrait Photography $6,562 -61% 21 -4 $312 $112,326 5 Neon
32 My Cousin Rachel $5,604 -54% 16 -5 $350 $2,711,003 8 Fox Searchlight
33 Marie Curie: The Courage of Knowledge $5,420 -62% 7 -4 $774 $110,226 5 Society Films
34 Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk $5,211 1 $5,211 $5,211 1 Abramorama
35 Churchill $4,487 22% 9 2 $499 $1,264,854 9 Cohen Media Group
36 From The Land Of The Moon $4,473 2 $2,237 $4,473 1 IFC Films
37 The Untamed $4,064 50% 5 4 $813 $8,589 2 Strand Releasing
38 Slack Bay $3,998 -35% 6 2 $666 $85,341 15 Kino Lorber Films
39 Hare Krishna! $3,971 767% 3 1 $1,324 $65,775 7 Abramorama
40 I Am The Blues $3,930 69% 4 -1 $983 $16,190 3 Film Movement
41 Dawson City: Frozen Time $3,164 -21% 3 -1 $1,055 $91,217 8 Kino Lorber Films
42 Snatched $2,989 -67% 9 -12 $332 $45,850,343 12 Fox
43 Restless Creature: Wendy Whelan $2,768 -6% 2 -1 $1,384 $144,305 10 Abramorama
44 Moka $2,240 -64% 7 -3 $320 $110,703 7 Film Movement
45 Birthright: A War Story $1,801 1 $1,801 $7,257 3 Abramorama
46 Manifesto $1,539 -15% 2 -1 $770 $157,280 12 FilmRise
47 Abacus: Small Enough to Jail $1,434 41% 3 1 $478 $111,755 11 PBS Distribution
48 Band Aid $1,417 -47% 5 -5 $283 $245,140 9 IFC Films
49 Le Gai Savoir (2017-reissue) $1,149 1 $1,149 $1,149 1 Kino Lorber
50 Amnesia $1,127 -6% 2 1 $564 $3,369 2 Film Movement
51 L’Important C’est D’Aimer (2017 re-release) $1,092 -47% 1 0 $1,092 $14,448 3 Rialto Pictures
52 Stalker $1,027 -53% 1 0 $1,027 $247,492 13 Janus
53 The Girl Without Hands $956 -62% 1 0 $956 $5,563 2 GKIDS
54 Food Evolution $888 11% 3 2 $296 $16,547 6 Abramorama
55 Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane Documentary $884 -40% 1 -1 $884 $392,361 16 Abramorama
56 La Chinoise (2017 re-issue) $861 -63% 1 0 $861 $5,631 2 Kino Lorber
57 I Dream in Another Language $810 1 $810 $810 1 FilmRise
58 My Journey Through French Cinema $728 32% 2 -1 $364 $48,506 6 Cohen Media Group
59 The Wedding Plan $680 -81% 8 1 $85 $1,406,898 12 Roadside Attractions
60 Santoalla $673 38% 1 0 $673 $2,413 2 Oscilloscope Laboratories
61 Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer $646 -27% 5 -3 $129 $3,814,868 16 Sony Pictures Classics
62 Hidden Figures $507 -62% 3 -2 $169 $169,374,490 32 Fox
63 Il Boom $477 -83% 1 -1 $477 $41,237 7 Rialto Pictures
64 The Transfiguration $462 1 $462 $21,926 17 Strand Releasing
65 Hermia & Helena $427 29% 1 -2 $427 $39,568 10 Kino Lorber
66 The Ornithologist $226 -76% 2 0 $113 $43,342 6 Strand Releasing
67 After the Storm $96 1 $96 $270,210 20 Film Movement
68 Obit. $60 -97% 1 -1 $60 $309,730 14 Kino Lorber
69 The Skyjacker’s Tale $55 1 $55 $2,694 5 Strand Releasing
70 A Woman’s Life $24 -72% 2 0 $12 $37,543 13 Kino Lorber Films

Studio Weekend Estimates for Friday, July 28 – Sunday, July 30, 2017:

WIDE (1000+)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Dunkirk $28,130,000 -44% 3,748 28 $7,505 $102,836,220 2 Warner Bros.
2 The Emoji Movie $25,650,000 4,075 $6,294 $25,650,000 1 Sony / Columbia
3 Girls Trip $20,085,540 -36% 2,648 57 $7,585 $65,524,760 2 Universal
4 Atomic Blonde $18,554,000 3,304 $5,616 $18,554,000 1 Focus Features
5 Spider-Man: Homecoming $13,450,000 -39% 3,625 -505 $3,710 $278,356,805 4 Sony / Columbia
6 War for the Planet of the Apes $10,375,000 -50% 3,374 -726 $3,075 $118,687,629 3 Fox
7 Despicable Me 3 $7,725,895 -41% 3,030 -495 $2,550 $230,425,800 5 Universal
8 Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets $6,800,000 -60% 3,553 0 $1,914 $30,626,147 2 EuropaCorp/STXfilms
9 Baby Driver $4,050,000 -33% 1,961 -542 $2,065 $92,046,188 5 Sony / TriStar
10 Wonder Woman $3,540,000 -23% 1,651 -320 $2,144 $395,443,706 9 Warner Bros.
11 The Big Sick $3,375,000 -33% 1,589 -1008 $2,124 $30,419,654 6 Lionsgate

LIMITED (100 — 999)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Cars 3 $1,014,000 -47% 861 -433 $1,178 $146,442,093 7 Disney
2 Transformers: The Last Knight $565,000 -52% 538 -487 $1,050 $128,799,479 6 Paramount
3 A Ghost Story $382,128 178% 329 286 $1,161 $941,347 4 A24
4 Maudie $350,934 -10% 228 -5 $1,539 $4,669,574 7 Sony Pictures Classics
5 Captain Underpants $300,000 -35% 267 -24 $1,124 $72,458,606 9 Fox / DreamWorks Animation
6 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 $293,000 -20% 231 -37 $1,268 $387,780,407 13 Disney
7 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales $217,000 -12% 210 -19 $1,033 $171,009,161 10 Disney
8 47 Meters Down $195,000 -56% 240 -209 $813 $42,705,307 7 Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures
9 Lady Macbeth $179,307 43% 104 64 $1,724 $467,273 3 Roadside Attractions
10 The Beguiled $97,210 -62% 144 -187 $675 $10,426,059 6 Focus Features
11 The Hero $68,091 -52% 102 -93 $668 $3,855,017 8 The Orchard

PLATFORM (1 — 99)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Detroit $365,455 20 $18,273 $365,455 1 Annapurna Pictures
2 Wolf Warrior 2 $190,000 53 $3,585 $190,000 1 The H Collective
3 An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power $130,000 4 $32,500 $130,000 1 Paramount
4 The Little Hours $125,334 -26% 96 -18 $1,306 $1,200,521 5 Gunpowder & Sky
5 The Midwife $78,896 270% 27 24 $2,922 $112,571 2 Music Box Films
6 Menashe $61,409 3 $20,470 $61,409 1 A24
7 Beatriz at Dinner $59,840 -48% 68 -48 $880 $6,832,866 8 Roadside Attractions
8 Lost in Paris $57,000 -2% 41 -2 $1,390 $329,348 7 Oscilloscope Laboratories
9 Brigsby Bear $45,060 3 $15,020 $45,060 1 Sony Pictures Classics
10 All Eyez On Me $45,000 50% 94 32 $479 $44,887,387 7 Lionsgate / Summit
11 Paris Can Wait $32,613 -43% 41 -25 $795 $5,523,753 12 Sony Pictures Classics
12 City of Ghosts $14,250 -32% 19 1 $750 $104,263 4 IFC Films / Amazon
13 The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman’s Portrait Photography $7,270 -56% 21 -4 $346 $113,034 5 Neon
14 Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk $6,480 1 $6,480 $6,480 1 Abramorama
15 Churchill $3,391 -8% 5 -2 $678 $1,263,758 9 Cohen Media Group
16 Manifesto $1,500 -17% 2 -1 $750 $157,241 12 FilmRise
17 I Dream in Another Language $1,000 1 $1,000 $1,000 1 FilmRise
18 My Journey Through French Cinema $497 -10% 2 -1 $249 $48,276 6 Cohen Media Group
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10 Comments

  1. Avatar
    Malik A. July 30, 2017

    Overseas box office, please don’t let The Emoji Movie be a hit.

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      Jacen July 30, 2017

      Sorry to disappoint you, but they’ll indeed bake it a hit. I learned decades ago that the overseas market–seen by snooty film scholars and academics as superior to and more intelligent than their American counterparts–could embrace trash as fervently (if not more so) than we do. Expect Emoji to be profitable enough to warrant a sequel in two years.

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        Jacen July 30, 2017

        MAKE it a hit. Make, not bake. Dammit, I triple checked my post and a mistake still got through. Then again, perhaps being “baked” can make the Emoji Turkey an enjoyable, even profound experience. I’ll never know . . .

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      Austin July 30, 2017

      Thanks to the fact that Sony worked feverishly to hide any signs of its disgrace to all moviegoers as to prevent the buzz from being killed, The Emoji Movie doesn’t really need international totals to succeed. That $25.6 million opening, leading to a possible $70-75 million total US gross, is almost enough to break even with its budget. All this pathetic movie needs is at least a wimpy total of $170 million worldwide to start earning Sony some profits, right within reach. (Ugh!)
      Surprisingly, Girls Trip, War for the Planet of the Apes, Baby Driver, and Wonder Woman held better than I expected while Dunkirk’s second weekend drop is less than Wonder Woman’s second weekend drop, which could lead Dunkirk to a multiplier of 4 or more. Valerian’s drop was obvious though.
      As for Atomic Blonde, I’m unsure about its overall audience, but it’s safe to say that it never was going to connect with enough people to get it past a $20 million debut and maybe some audiences expected something more mainstream because that Cinemascore (B) is bad news for this movie’s hold. Atomic Blonde is destined to drop 55% or more next week.
      I still wonder if Baby Driver could barely inch past that $100 million mark like Edge of Tomorrow three years ago?

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        Jacen July 31, 2017

        Baby Driver should be able to get past 100mil in the next two weeks; it’s only 8mil away. And Dunkirk looks to be on its slow and steady way to 200mil domestic, which I suggested a few weeks back. As to Atomic Blonde, I’ve seen it, and it makes me think of a combination of John Wick 1 and Bridge of Spies: some of the brutal action of the former; a more cerebral or cold pacing (plus the Cold War environment) of the latter. If we combine these two films’ final grosses and divide by two, we get a total of 57mil, which is probably the most AB could hope for because, as you surmise, the film isn’t quite what the target audience was expecting.

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          Austin August 01, 2017

          My response to the actuals is that it looks like Dunkirk is not that great at holding. That near 48% drop is worse than Wonder Woman at this point, so I can’t exactly say that Dunkirk will earn that 4x multiplier that it needs to inch past that $200 million mark. Next week, it has serious competition with Detroit, another based-on-a-true-story movie with great reviews (minus the Oscar buzz). Dunkirk should be able to hold on fine (I’m expecting a $14.9 million third weekend out of it), but by that point, it would probably be at $123 million. It may just fall short by grossing something around $195 million in the US altogether.
          Also, I knew that The Emoji Movie wouldn’t reach a $25 million opening…barely. Next, it’ll likely drop 50% or more next week, a rough outlook for an animated film (but deserving for an animated movie with worse reviews than Norm of the North and Nine Lives in almost every conceivable way).

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            Austin August 01, 2017

            Correction: based on Monday’s BO, that $123 million I was talking about for Dunkirk would be more like $127.5 million.

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    J July 31, 2017

    Atomic Blonde opened lower than this site predicted, as I pointed out it would. Girls Trip held phenomenally well. Luckily Dunkirk beat The Emoji Movie. And, Wonder Woman is still in the top ten lol.

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      Austin July 31, 2017

      I was expecting something around $20 million because Atomic Blonde did not have the breakout potential that Baby Driver had. Like you, I could not really see this movie passing $20 million in its opening weekend. I’m also going out on a limb to predict a 55% drop or higher for Atomic Blonde next week.
      I’m happy about Dunkirk’s victory against Sony’s obnoxious Inside Out knockoff, but Dunkirk is about to lose its crown to The Dark Tower next week while leaving moviegoers hopeful that The Emoji Movie will drop steeply for an animated film with worse reviews than Norm of the North and Nine Lives.

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    Malik A. July 31, 2017

    I noticed that The Emoji Movie fell over 40 percent from Friday to Sunday. It seems that toxic word of mouth is spreading.

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