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With no competition, “Angel Has Fallen” swooped in and grabbed the crown with $21.3 million, just above the ceiling of last week’s projection, which had it somewhere under $20 million. That’s way below the debut of the original, “Olympus Has Fallen” ($30.3 million) and slightly above the sequel, “London Has Fallen” ($21.6 million). In second place was last week’s winner, “Good Boys,” with another $11.6 million, now doubling its production budget. Faith-vased film “Overcomer” also edged over its debut range with $8.1 million, just above its $8 million ceiling projection. On a $5 million production budget, it’s already earned back its money.

Speaking of earning back its production budget, “Ready Or Not” debuted to $8 million, just over the $7 million we predicted. Opening earlier in the week, the film now has $11 million and has almost doubled its production budget as well. Rounding out the List was newcomer “Brittany Runs A Marathon,” which was predicted to find a spot this weekend and barely made it. Earning $36,142 per five theaters, that was enough to earn it the POPCORN AWARD as well. Hanging on to the GOLDEN PERCENTAGE AWARD from last weekend was “The Peanut Butter Falcon,” which moved up eight spots and increased +945.8%.

The only other film to increase on the List this week was “Luce,” which jumped three spots from #25 to #22, increasing +53.3%. The biggest drops on the List were “Where’d You Go, Bernadette” in its second weekend, dropping five spots, and “The Kitchen” in its third weekend and almost earning a BOMB, dropping eight spots. The films to fall off were “Bring The Soul: The Movie,” which didn’t have any information available for this week, and “Crawl,” which was predicted to fall off. Also, “Brian Banks” failed to hold on in its third weekend and “Maiden” ended quite a successful run of nine weeks.

Next weekend could go right back to “Angel Has Fallen,” as absolutely nothing of note is released. Some supernatural thriller titled “Don’t Let Go,” starring David Oyelowo and Storm Reid, hits 900 theaters, but no projections were available at the time of this article. Chances are, however, with not much buzz, it won’t make much of a splash at the top of the List. The Bollywood film “Saaho” could also land somewhere on the List, plus, a film starring Keira Knightley titled “Official Secrets” is also supposed to be getting a release. Making room for these few titles will be “The Secret Life Of Pets 2,” which sees a home video release tomorrow, “The Kitchen,” which almost BOMBed this weekend, and possibly “Mission Mangal,” as another Bollywood film could cannabalize the numbers for that market.

BOX OFFICE KING: “Angel Has Fallen”
BOX OFFICE QUEEN: “Good Boys”
POPCORN AWARD*: “Brittany Runs A Marathon”
GOLDEN PERCENTAGE AWARD**: “The Peanut Butter Falcon”

# Title Weekend Total Budget Week LW CH
1 Angel Has Fallen (LGF)
$21,380,987 ($21,380,987) $40m 1st N even
2 Good Boys (Uni)
$11,635,655 ($41,943,160) $20m 2nd #1 down
3 Overcomer (Aff)
$8,146,533 ($8,146,533) $5m 1st N even
4 Hobbs & Shaw (Uni)
$8,068,380 ($147,629,635) $200m* 4th #2 down
5 The Lion King (BV)
$8,065,231 ($510,550,966) $260m* 6th #3 down
6 Ready Or Not (FoxS)
$8,015,590 ($11,043,738) $6m* 1st N even
7 The Angry Birds Movie 2 (Sony)
$6,382,267 ($27,108,630) $65m 2nd #4 down
8 Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (LG)
$5,867,926 ($50,357,128) $25m 3rd #5 down
9 Dora and the Lost City of Gold (Par)
$5,331,043 ($43,230,996) $49m 3rd #6 down
10 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Sony)
$5,005,400 ($123,192,867) $90m 5th #8 down
11 47 Meters Down: Uncaged (ENTMP)
$3,920,632 ($15,336,579) $12m 2nd #7 down
12 The Peanut Butter Falcon (RAtt)
$3,008,940 ($3,728,289) $20,000 3rd #20 percentage
13 The Art of Racing in the Rain (Fox)
$2,106,419 ($21,486,746) $20m* 3rd #9 down
14 Blinded By the Light (WB)
$1,982,086 ($8,103,492) $15m* 2nd #10 down
15 Spider-Man: Far From Home (BV)
$1,682,473 ($379,751,480) $160m 8th #12 down
16 Where’d You Go, Bernadette (UAR)
$1,424,237 ($6,609,797) $18m* 2nd #11 downdown
17 Toy Story 4 (BV)
$1,230,836 ($426,734,092) $200m* 10th #14 down
18 The Farewell (A24)
$882,623 ($14,412,536) ** 7th #15 down
19 Mission Mangal (FIP)
$655,056 ($2,713,267) $4.5m* 2nd #16 down
20 Yesterday (Uni)
$399,550 ($72,391,710) $26m 9th #18 down
21 The Kitchen (2019) (WB)
$342,506 ($11,644,797) $38m 3rd #13 downdown
22 Luce (Neon)
$252,480 ($863,162) ** 4th #25
23 Aladdin (2019) (BV)
$204,546 ($353,863,659) $183m 14th #19 down
24 The Secret Life Of Pets 2 (Uni)
$201,400 ($157,448,865) $80m 12th #21 down
25 Brittany Runs A Marathon (Ama)
$180,711 ($180,711) $20m 1st N

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


OFF THE CHARTS THIS WEEK

Title Dom / World Budget Weeks Highest NOTE
Brian Banks (BST) $4,173,394
$10m* 3rd #11
(-$5.8m)
Bring the Soul: The Movie (Tra) $4,809,800
** 3rd #10
**
Crawl (Par) $38,827,963
($70,227,963)
$13.5m 7th #3
(+$25.3m)
(+$56.7m)
Maiden (SPC) $2,514,828
** 9th #17
**

(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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