Weekend Box Office Results – 10/6/17 – 10/8/17

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Hey all – Steve here. I still haven’t seen it, but people I know are furious with all of you for not coming out to see the number 1 movie of the week in the numbers that they feel you should have. I’m telling you now that if this one is as good as I have been made to believe, then shame on you for giving more of your money to other nonsense throughout the year. As for me? Do as I say, not as I do. I’m in the camp that really wasn’t look forward to seeing it, but now based on word of mouth, I will be checking it out. Let’s get to the list.

1. Blade Runner 2049

Budget – $150 million

This Weekend – $31.5 million

Domestic Total – $31.5 million

Worldwide Total – $81.7 million

Box Office Champ, but only $31 million domestically on a $150 million budget. As I said, I haven’t seen it, but here is a review from our boy Kyle.

Kyle Says BLADE RUNNER 2049 Is A Masterpiece

2. The Mountain Between Us

Budget – $35 million

This Weekend – $10.1 million

Domestic Total – $10.1 million

Worldwide Total – $13.7 million

Good performances and a troubled story is what I hear from this one. Shows it with a paltry showing this weekend.

3. IT

Budget – $35 million

This Weekend – $9.7 million

Domestic Total – $304.9 million

Worldwide Total – $603.7 million

IT has been an absolute monster. This is one that lived up to the hype and then some. It did well in its opening weekend and word of mouth keeps it at #3 just over a month after its release.

4. My Little Pony

Budget – Undisclosed

This Weekend – $8.8 million

Domestic Total – $8.8 million

Worldwide Total – $12.6 million

Listen, I didn’t think this one would crack the top 5. I mean, really? Do you have any idea what those $8.8 million could have been used for?

5. Kingsman: The Golden Circle

Budget – $104 million

This Weekend – $8.1 million

Domestic Total – $80 million

Worldwide Total – $253.6 million

Not much else to say about this one other than it rounds out the Top 5 in the first week of October 2017.

Wrap-up

That’ll do it this week for me and the Top 5 for the weekend. Next week we get The Foreigner, Happy Death Day and Professor Marston & the Wonder Women. We should see all 3 of those titles inside the Top 5 for next weekend. Have a great week and a safe and happy Friday the 13th!