Magic Mike’s Final Dance bested a double dose of James Cameron on the home field workplace this gradual Tremendous Bowl weekend, incomes $8.2 million from 1,500 theaters, sufficient to take the highest spot on the Prime 10 chart, per Deadline. That’s the bottom debut (by far) for any movie within the Magic Mike franchise. The unique earned $39 million in 2012, whereas Magic Mike XXL hauled in $12.8 million ($27.9 million over the five-day Fourth of July body) in 2015.
Cameron, in the meantime, got here in second and third with Avatar: The Manner of Water and his rerelease of Titanic amassing $6.9 million and $6.4 million apiece, respectively. The movies are contending with one another for the third spot on the all-time worldwide record the place Avatar ($2.213.5 billion) trails Titanic ($2.217 billion) by lower than $4 million.
That stated, Titanic offered much more tickets than The Manner of Water. Adjusted to inflation, Avatar has earned about half of Titanic’s complete home gross — $1.248 billion in comparison with $646 million, per The Numbers. Nonetheless, occasions have modified and there’s extra competitors from TV, video video games, sports activities, and comfortable dwelling theaters, so it’s not precisely an apples-to-apples comparability, however value mentioning all the identical. (It’s nonetheless an unimaginable field workplace run for The Manner of Water.)
Elsewhere, M. Night time Shyamalan’s Knock on the Cabin slipped 61% in Week 2 with $5.5 million to deliver its home complete to $23.4 million, whereas 80 for Brady landed at No. 4 with $6 million (-53%) and has collected $24.9 million to this point. Moreover, Puss in Boots: The Final Want continued its unimaginable run, including $5.5 million to its $158.4 million tally and is near overtaking Sing 2 ($162.7M).
This week sees the anticipated launch of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, adopted by high-profile pics corresponding to Cocaine Bear (Feb. 24), Creed III (March 3), Scream IV (March 10), Shazam! Fury of the Gods (March 17), and John Wick: Chapter 4 (March 24). It’s gonna be a busy spring.
Field Workplace Outcomes: Home Prime 10
Magic Mike’s Final Dance (WB) 1500 theaters, Fri $4.1M, Sat $3.1M Solar $940K 3-day $8.2M/Wk 1
Avatar: The Manner of Water (Dis) 3,065 theaters (-945), Fri $1.69M (-29%), Sat $3.8M Solar $1.3M 3-day $6.9M (-39%), Complete $646.9M /Wk 9
Titanic (Par) 2,464 theaters, Fri $2.7M, Sat $2.6M Solar $995K 3-day $6.4M/Wk 1
80 for Brady (Par) 3,939 (+27) theaters, Fri $1.85M (-60%), Sat $2.8M Solar $1.3M 3-day $6M (-53%)/Complete $24.9M/Wk 2
Puss in Boots: The Final Want (Uni) 3,227 theaters (-63), Fri $1.3M (-24%),Sat $2.95M Solar $1.24M 3-day $5.5M (-30%) , Complete $158.4M/Wk 8
Knock on the Cabin (Uni) 3,657 (+14) theaters, Fri $1.69M (-69%), Sat $2.8M Solar $1M 3-day $5.5M (-61%), Complete $23.4M /Wk 2
A Man Referred to as Otto (Sony) 2,824 (-583) theaters, Fri $800K Sat $1.34M Solar $480K 3-day $2.63M (-37%) Complete $57.4M/Wk 7
Lacking (Sony) 2,315 (-250) theaters, Fri $710K, Sat $1.3M Solar $515K 3-day $2.6M (-30%) Complete $26.6M/Wk 4
M3GAN (Uni) 2,508 (-327), Fri $640K (-33%), Sat $1.27M Solar $450K 3-day $2.37M (-38%), Complete $90.9M/Wk 6
Airplane (LG) 1,679 (-524) theaters, Fri $360K, Sat $657K Solar $168K 3-day $1.185M (-46%), Complete $30.7M/Wk 5