Globally, the movie grossed $ 108.5 million.
The horror “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark”, directed by Andre Ovredal, with Zoe Margaret Colletti, Michael Garza, Austin Zajur, Gabriel Rush, Dean Norris in the lead roles, debuted in second place with 20, $ 8 million.
Jon Favreau’s live-action feature film “The Lion King” dropped two places in the US top four after earning $ 20 million on the fourth weekend of the premiere. Accumulated, the production had global revenues of $ 1.33 billion.
The adventure film “Dora and the Lost City of Gold”, directed by James Bobin, debuted in the US weekend ranking in the fourth position, generating $ 17 million in revenue.
Quentin Tarantino’s ninth feature film, “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood,” with Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Al Pacino and Margot Robbie in distribution, dropped two positions, to five, after the third. weekend from the premiere. The movie generated $ 11.6 million in revenue.
“The Art of Racing in the Rain”, with Kevin Costner, Amanda Seyfried, Milo Ventimiglia in distribution, debuted in sixth place, with revenues of $ 8.1 million.
Another debut in the US weekend rankings was “The Kitchen”, featuring Melissa McCarthy, Elisabeth Moss, and Tiffany Haddish. The film had revenues of $ 5.51 million.
“Spider-Man: Far From Home,” the seventh movie in the franchise, dropped four positions, to eight. In the sixth weekend of the premiere, it generated revenue of $ 5.3 million. Cumulatively, the film had revenues of $ 1.09 billion.
The animation “Toy Story 4” ranked ninth, down five positions, after, in the eighth weekend of launch, generated revenues of $ 4.4 million.
The documentary “Bring the Soul: The Movie”, about the South Korean band BTS, made its tenth position, with revenues of $ 2.29 million.