Mission Impossible Fallout Stays Strong At Top Of Box Office Chart

Mission Impossible: Fallout Stays Strong At Top Of Box Office Chart

The weeks only other new release was the Young Adult sci-fi adaptationThe Darkest Minds, which debuted at No.8. Despite a wide release, the movie only made $5.8 million, which is the 11th worst opening of all time for a movie released onto more than 3,000 screens.

You can see the full Top 10 list for the August 3-5 US box office below, as compiled by Box Office Mojo.

The family movie Christoper Robin took No.2

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Elsewhere, the musical comedyMamma Mia! Here We Go Againslipped to No.4 in its third week on release, while the Denzel Washington-starringThe Equalizer 2dropped to No.5.Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation,Ant-Man and the Wasp, andIncredibles 2all continued to do solid business at No.6, 7, and 9 respectively. The animatedTeen Titans Go! To the Moviesfell to No.10 in only its second week.

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In terms of box office, 2017 had the worst August in 20 years, but the mammoth success ofFallouthas at least ensured that 2018 will be better. The movie made $35 million in its first three days, bringing its domestic total to $124.8 million to date. The family movieChristoper Robinopened in second place, with a $24.5 take, with the R-rated comedyThe Spy Who Dumped Meat No.3 with $12.1 million. Both films fell short of studio expectations, but asBox Office Mojopoints out, a lack of competition in the next few weeks should help their ongoing performance.

The action sequelMission Impossible: Falloutmaintained its position at the top of the box office chart in the first weekend of what is often one of the quietest months for theater-going. With all the big Hollywood blockbusters now on release and the more prestigious awards-oriented movies still a couple of months from theaters, August release slots are often used by studios as a dumping ground for movies that arent expected to do as well.


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