“How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” was able to pull off a second straight win, earning $30 million, enough to beat Tyler Perry’s new film “A Madea Family Funeral,” which earned $27 million. Coming off the heels of its Best Picture win at the 91st Academy Awards, “Green Book” bounced back into the Top Ten, earning $4.5 million and landing at Number Six. That was enough to beat newcomer “Greta,” which debuted at $4.4 million, finishing at Number Eight. The only other debut on the List this weekend was the documentary “Apollo 11,” which was pushing its IMAX release. It earned $1.6 million and finished at Number 15. It also earned enough to grab the POPCORN AWARD, making an average of $13,392 in 120 theaters, again, likely due to the higher price of the IMAX screenings.

Many of the Oscar winners received post-Oscar bumps. “Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse” (Best Animated Feature) jumped up five spots, “A Star Is Born” (Best Original Song) jumped up seven spots and earned the GOLDEN PERCENTAGE AWARD with an increase of +203.9%, “Bohemian Rhapsody” (many including Best Actor in a Leading Role) jumped up two spots, “The Favourite” (Best Actress in a Leading Role) jumped up three spots, and “Free Solo” (Best Documentary Feature) reemerged on the List, jumping from Number 38 to 24, earning it the only ROCKET of the week. Not fairing well were “Cold Pursuit,” “Run The Race,” and “Glass,” which all fell five or more spots and “The Prodigy” fell ten, earning it a BOMB. Falling off the List were a few of the Oscar-nominated films that went home empty-handed, like “Ralph Breaks the Internet” and “Vice,” along with the “Oscar-Nominated Shorts” program. The foreign film “Gully Boy” had no available information for the weekend, so it was declared “fallen off” as well as Peter Jackson’s documentary “They Shall Not Grow Old.”

The box office will be dominated next weekend by Marvel’s latest entry, “Captain Marvel” as it aims for a $160 million debut. That feels a bit conservative to me, especially since there should be some “Avengers: Endgame” repercussions within. “Triple Frontier” will see a limited release before landing on Netflix shortly after, but expect it to land somewhere on the List, touting an all-star cast including Ben Affleck, Charlie Hunnam, and Garrett Hedlund. Also, Sebastián Lelio’s remake of his own foreign film, this one titled “Gloria Bell,” starring Julianne Moore, could also find its way onto the List. “The Prodigy” will likely follow up its BOMB this week by falling off next weekend, with only three spots to fall after only five weeks. “Arctic” barely held on to the final spot this weekend, so expect that to fall off as well. And I could also see “Free Solo” finishing its six month run, especially since it hits home video on Tuesday.

BOX OFFICE KING: “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World”
BOX OFFICE QUEEN: “Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral”
POPCORN AWARD*: “Apollo 11”
GOLDEN PERCENTAGE AWARD**: “A Star Is Born”

# Title Weekend Total Budget Week LW CH
1 How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (Uni)
$30,028,540 ($97,678,815) $129m 2nd #1 even
2 Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral (LGF)
$27,062,332 ($27,062,332) ** 1st N even
3 Alita: Battle Angel (Fox)
$7,221,417 ($72,452,725) $170m 3rd #2 down
4 The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (WB)
$6,600,258 ($91,660,298) $99m* 4th #3 down
5 Fighting with My Family (MGM)
$4,661,991 ($14,916,612) $99m* 3rd #4 down
6 Green Book (Uni) $4,573,320 ($75,782,931) $23m 16th #11
7 Isn’t It Romantic (WB)
$4,514,602 ($40,168,605) $5m* 3rd #5 down
8 Greta (Focus)
$4,481,910 ($4,481,910) ** 1st N even
9 What Men Want (Par)
$2,763,886 ($49,704,890) $20m 4th #6 down
10 Happy Death Day 2U (Uni)
$2,456,240 ($25,222,850) $9m 3rd #7 down
11 Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse (Sony) $2,151,246 ($187,437,456) $90m 12th #16
12 The Upside (STX)
$2,011,496 ($102,800,116) $37.5m 8th #9 down
13 A Star Is Born (WB) $1,854,207 ($212,883,546) $36m 22nd #20
14 Cold Pursuit (LG/S)
$1,656,170 ($29,918,299) $60m* 4th #8 downdown
15 Apollo 11 (Neon)
$1,607,040 ($1,607,040) ** 1st N
16 Run the Race (RAtt.)
$1,313,619 ($4,150,666) ** 2nd #10 downdown
17 Bohemian Rhapsody (Fox) $961,926 ($214,453,523) $52m 18th #19
18 Glass (Uni)
$892,320 ($109,462,570) $20m 7th #12 downdown
19 The Favourite (FoxS) $813,941 ($33,205,980) $15m* 15th #22
20 Everybody Knows (Focus) $467,520 ($1,263,256) $15m* 4th #28
21 Aquaman (WB) $458,206 ($333,658,285) $200m* 11th #17 down
22 Total Dhamaal (FIP)
$439,983 ($1,736,909) $14m* 2nd #14 downdown
23 The Prodigy (Orion)
$422,837 ($14,376,402) $6m 4th #13
24 Free Solo (NGE) $372,119 ($16,955,800) ** 23rd #38
25 Arctic (BST)
$365,049 ($1,632,558) $2m* 5th #24 down

<<<ALL DOMESTIC NUMBERS FROM BOX OFFICE MOJO>>>>


OFF THE CHARTS THIS WEEK

Title Dom / World Budget Weeks Highest NOTE
Gully Boy (VPD) $4,501,985 $5.6m* 3rd #11 (-$1.1m)
The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2019 (Magn) $3,434,596
** 4th #17 **
Ralph Breaks The Internet (BV) $200,188,017
($520,314,964)
$175m 15th #1 (x3)
(+$25.2m)
(+$345.3m)
They Shall Not Grow Old (WB) $17,000,075
** 11th #10
**
Vice (AP) $47,578,038
($66,624,019)
$60m* 10th #6
(-$12.4m)
(+$6.6m)

(OFFICIALLY CLOSED)


*POPCORN AWARD goes to the highest per theater average within the Top 25 List
**GOLDEN PERCENTAGE AWARD goes to the highest increase within the Top 25 List

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