Wednesday, January 2 Update: Coming in first place at the North American box office for the second weekend in a row, Aquaman slightly bested its 3-day estimate of $51.55 million with an actual gross of $52.11 million over the 3-day period, while the Warner Bros. superhero tentpole managed $78.50 million over
Saturday, December 29 Report: Warner Bros.’ Aquaman continues to float atop the box office after posting another $17.1 million on Friday. Domestically, that brings the DC title’s haul up to $154.3 million after eight days of release, putting it 32 percent ahead of the pace of Venom and 37 percent ahead of Ant-Man and the Wasp.
Thursday Update: The day after Christmas saw several new and holdover titles continue strong, with Aquaman bringing in an estimated $16.9 million and Mary Poppins Returns singing and dancing its way to an estimated $10.9 million. Below you can find both daily estimates/actuals and updated cumes for the major titles
Monday Update: In a weekend that constituted the calm before the storm, prior to a ton of wide releases premiering in the second half of December, Disney’s Ralph Breaks the Internet led for a third straight frame with $16.2M. The animated sequel dropped -36.4% from last weekend and has earned $140.9M through 19