Weekend Movie Wrap-Up

  • "Captain Marvel" just scored the biggest opening of the year
  • The movie made more than $150 million for its debut
  • The rest of the top 10 shows pretty low numbers

“Captain Marvel” just scored the biggest opening weekend of the year after making more than $150-million for its debut. It’s the seventh biggest opening for Marvel’s cinematic universe, and the second-biggest for a new Marvel character in a movie (behind “Black Panther”).

Meanwhile, “How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” holds the second spot and “Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral” is in third, but obviously far behind “Captain Marvel.” The final “How To Train Your Dragon” made a little over $14-million, and Tyler Perry’s goodbye to Madea has become the third-best performing Madea film, making $12-million for a domestic total of $46 million or so.

The rest of the top ten has even lower numbers, “The LEGO Movie 2” making just below $4 million for the fourth spot. “Apollo 11” has entered the top ten in the tenth spot, making $1-point-three-million this weekend across just 405 theaters, most likely thanks to IMAX.

Here’s this weekend’s top 10 movies

  1. “Captain Marvel” – $153 million
  2. “How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” – $14.7 million
  3. “Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral” – $12 million
  4. “The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part” – $3.8 million
  5. “Alita: Battle Angel” – $3.2 million
  6. “Green Book” – $2.5 million
  7. “Isn’t It Romantic” – $2.4 million
  8. “Fighting With My Family” – $2.18 million
  9. “Greta” – $2.16 million
  10. “Apollo 11” – $1.3 million

Source:Entertainment Weekly

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