Despite it’s less than stellar reviews, Tim Burton’s newest film, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children managed to debut at #1 at the Box Office this weekend. The film opened with $28.5million and took brought last week’s winner, The Magnificent Seven, down to 3rd place with $15.7million. Burton’s latest cost around $110million, so it still has a way to go to be considered profitable for Fox. At this moment the studio isn’t sure about the possibility of a sequel.

“It’s a promising start, but it’s too early to tell,” Fox domestic distribution chief Chris Aronson said, adding, “There are multiple books and they are best-sellers, so the door is open.”

The other debuts of Deepwater Horizon and Masterminds obviously didn’t fare as well as Miss Peregrine’s. Deepwater was the expected winner but premiered in 2nd place with $20.6million. That’s not horrible and hopefully with international business, it can make up it’s budget. Masterminds on the other hand, debuted with $6.6million, and is a clear loss for the latest film by Napoleon Dynamite’s director, Jared Hess. You can see the rest of the Top Ten below.

1. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children $28.5 million

2. Deepwater Horizon $20.6 million

3. The Magnificent Seven $15.7 million

4. Storks $13.8 million

5. Sully $8.4 million

6. Masterminds $6.6 million

7. Queen of Katwe $2.6 million

8. Don’t Breathe $2.4 million

9. Bridget Jones’s Baby $2.3 million

10. Snowden $2 million

Next week, is the premiere of Girl on a Train. The International Best Seller is expected to be #1 and given that I read the book and loved it; I’m hoping it does. Just how much money will it bring in and will I be right? Find out on the next edition of Weekend Roundup!