Box Office: 'final Jedi,' 'Jumanji' & 'Pitch good three' Rule Christmas Weekend

which's continue a $148m down from its $220m debut weekend, a record for such a thing. &, ever ever it's a fun, well-made tiny movie, it's guide which the studio could make decent tentpole-ish movies outside of the Spider-Person or James Bond franchises. Global knew they weren't getting a repeat of Pitch good two's $69m debut weekend (or $288m worldwide cume) while they plopped this one in Christmas. which Determines the movie up for a miserable $seven.four mn Fri-Mon debut weekend. The R-rated comedy earned only $one.365 mn on Friday for a $three.28m Fri-Sun/$four.92m Fri-Mon debut weekend, & a likely swift grave recently thereafter.

Box Office: 'All the Money in the World' Debuts; 'final Jedi,' 'Jumanji' highest Christmas Day

Star Wars: The final Jedi & Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle continued to dominate the box office on Christmas Day, When a newcomer to the crowded holiday feast of movies was director Ridley Scott's All the Money in the World. All the Money in the World debuted to an OK $two.six mn from two,068 theaters. After a lull Christmas Eve, moviegoing picked up in earnest Christmas Day as films saw massive day-over-day gains. The corridor among Christmas Day & Fresh Year's Day is the generality lucrative stretch of the year. Downsizing, costing only under $70 mn to make, posted a 4-day debut of roughly $ mn from two,558 theaters.

Box Office: 'All the Money in the World' Debuts; 'Last Jedi,' 'Jumanji' Top Christmas Day

Box Office: six Reasons 'Jumanji' Became Sony's Christmas Gift To Itself

referring to Sony's Fresh Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is a Beautiful large shock precisely because they understood which initial cynicism. Director Jake Kasdan & Maker Matt Tolmach's Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is a face-keeping shock for Sony & Tom Rothman. Putting aside the whole "Hey, it's another Jumanji movie!" pitch, the actual film had a clear & easy purvey-enable hook. The deluge of somewhat positive reviews got the word out which the movie was relatively perfect, relatively enjoyable & relatively family-friendly. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is a shock despite of, not due to, its IP or nostalgic attachment to Joe Johnston's predecessor.

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