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Weekend Box Office : ‘Jumanji’ leads for 3rd consecutive week with $20 Million ahead of ‘12 Strong’ and ‘Den Of Thieves’


‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ becomes one of the top 5 Sony Titles of all time in North America and practically the 1st best  non Spider man movie domestically, not adjusting for inflation.

The collection.

’Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ starring Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart sold tickets worth $20 million on Sunday summing upto Domestic total of $317 Million in 5 Weeks. ‘Jumanji’ has also reigned internationally where it has grossed $450.8 Million, keeping the new releases from topping the charts for 3 straight weeks after dethroning Star Wars. The cumulative collection of Jumanji comes to $767.8 million.

Weekend box office : Jumanji leads

‘12 Strong’ debuted at 2nd.

Chris Hemsworth starring ‘12 Strong’ debuted at the second position with gross ticket sales of $16.5 million. The movie is a War drama adapted from the Doug Stanton’s best seller “Horse Soldiers”. The Warner Bros. release is about a group of Special Force Soldiers sent to Northern Afghanistan after the 9/11 attack. ‘12 Strong’ attracted the older crowds. As per Warner Bros. 79% of their viewers were 25 plus. Black label media and Jerry Bruckheimer are the producers of ‘12 Strong’.

Weekend box office : Jumanji leads

Beyond expectation ‘Den of Thieves’ debuts at No. 3.

Den of Thieves shocked everyone with debuting at No. 3 and total earning of approximately $15.3 million from 1432 theatres. The movie starring Gerard Butler, Curtis Jackson, Pablo Schreiber and O’Shea Jackson Jr. runs about a group of cops who have to stop a bank robbery in Downtown LA. ‘The Den of Thieves’  recieved a B+ Cinema score and it also appealed particularly the older crowd.

Weekend box office : Jumanji leads

Star Wars crosses $600 million mark.

Disney and Lucasfilm’s ‘Star Wars: The last Jedi’ crossed the $600 million mark domestically after collecting a total of $6.6 million on Sunday and $604.3 million in 6 weeks. It became one of the top selling films of all times at rank 9 of the top 10 best selling films of all time with a total of $1.296 Billion in total ticket sales, not adjusting to inflation.