1. Spider-Man: Far From Home
Webbing up the first spot again is Spider-Man: Far From Home. It’s no surprise that the youngest avenger easily took the top spot with $45.3 million in domestic earnings to add to it’s $847 million worldwide gross. However, with The Lion King releasing next week, it will more than likely be bumped from that top spot.
2. Toy Story 4
Another non-surprise, Toy Story 4 is holding firm at number 2 with another $20 million in domestic gross being added to its $771 million in worldwide earnings. Now on its 4th week, we should still see it occupying a top 5 position for a few more weeks.
Nestled right in between 2 major releases (Spider-Man and The Lion King) Crawl still managed to crack the top 5 with a $12 million dollar. domestic weekend opening. While it didn’t fare much better worldwide, only earning $16.8 million, Crawl has a small $13.5 million dollar budget so it doesn’t need to earn all that much to keep people happy.
Another low risk, low reward release with Stuber over the weekend. Opening with $8 million in domestic earnings and $11 million in worldwide gross, Stuber has earned its budget back, but with pretty unfavorable reviews I don’t think well be seeing it in the top 5 for another week.
Still holding onto a top 5 spot in its third week is Yesterday. It brought in another $6.7 million in domestic earnings to add to its $80.5 million in worldwide earnings. With a budget of only $26 million, Yesterday has been music to the ears of Universal.