For a film that cost around $20 million, Glass is continuing to bring in big money for director M. Night Shyamalan and Universal. The movie continued at #1 at the Box Office this weekend by earning another $19 million. That brings its domestic total to over $73 million. Not to shabby at all on that one. 

The debut of The Kid Who Would Be King and Serenity did not fare quite as well. The films debuted at 4th and 8th places with $7.2 million and $4.8 million respectively. Looks like no one really cared. Unlike Aquaman which continued to make a splash in 3rd place with $7.3 million, and it’s Worldwide total over $1.09 Billion. It is now the biggest DC film of all-time! The rest of the Top Ten are below.

1.Glass $19,049,000

2.The Upside    $12,240,000

3.Aquaman     $7,350,000

4.The Kid Who Would Be King$7,250,000

5.Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse    $6,150,000

6.Green Book      $5,413,000

7.A Dog’s Way Home      $5,225,000

8.Serenity      $4,800,000

9.Escape Room    $4,275,000

10.Dragon Ball Super: Broly      $3,600,000

Next weekend, we have the film Miss Bala shooting into theaters. The film is looking at tepid reviews and likely won’t mix things up too much in the Top Ten but check out the Weekend Roundup next week to find out just what happens. 

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