With the new films that hit this week being smaller films it was no surprise that Spider-Man: Far From Home took the top spot. It fell 51% from what it did during the 3-day portion of its opening last weekend to bring in $45 million, bringing its domestic run up to just under $275 million. It’s also doing well overseas where in China it’s up to $191 million and an overseas total of $555 million, making it a worldwide take so far of $850 million. Suffice to say, we hope Sony continues to see value in collaborating with Marvel Studios in producing these films.
Second place has Toy Story 4 holding on as it did another $20 million to bring it to $346 million domestic, down 39% from last weekend which is a great hold. It’s currently the fifth-largest domestic Pixar release of all-time and has little competition to face this summer. Overseas it’s at $475 million to bring it to a $771 million worldwide take so far.
It’s at third that we find the first of the new films with Crawl coming in at $12 million domestic while tacking on another $4.8 million overseas in limited release. It skewed older but split pretty well gender-wise while scoring a “B” CinemaScore.
And at fourth we got Stuber which landed at just over $8 million, also got a B and also skewed older and a bit more male.
Next week sees the release of The Lion King in 4,500 screens from Disney. Cinema Libre brings out At War while Blue Fox tackles Rosie. Janus Films has two documentaries out with a re-release of Streetwise and the new film TIY: The Life of Erin Blackwell. Sony Classics has a documentary out as well with David Crosby: Remember My Name.