Box Office Report for the Week of February 6

This weekend at the box office proved to be a bit surprising, seeing as how Jon WattsSpider-Man: No Way Home took a fall to third place instead of first place as it has been for the past little while now. The multiverse epic grossed an estimated $15.6M from 63 overseas markets, bringing its international total to $1.027B and its global total to $1.77B.

Jeff Tremaine‘s Jackass Forever took the top spot at the box office this weekend, taking in an estimated $23.5M from 3,604 locations in its opening frame, marking another strong debut for a franchise that has never faltered at the box office since the first entry, Jackass: The Movie, dropped into theatres with $22.76M in 2002 and legged it out to $64.26M domestic.

Meanwhile Roland Emmerich‘s Moonfall came in second place this weekend at the box office, taking in $10 million across 3,446 locations. Fourth place went to Scream, which took in an estimated $4.73M in its fourth weekend of release (down 35%), bringing the Paramount “re-quel” to $68.94M to date. On the platform front, The Worst Person in the World finally opened on four screens, taking in $135K.

Here’s the full list of the top ten films of the week:

  1. Jackass Forever – $23.5M – 3,604 theatres
  2. Moonfall  – $10M – 3,446 theatres
  3. Spider-Man: No Way Home – $9.6M (-13%) – 3,600 theatres
  4. Scream – $4.73M (-35%) – 3,227 theatres
  5. Sing 2 – $4.17M (-11%) – 3,266 theatres
  6. The King’s Man – $1.18M (-29%) – 1,910 theatres
  7. Redeeming Love – $1M (-43%) – 1,797 theatres
  8. American Underdog – $800K (-31%) – 1,470 theatres
  9. The 355 – $700K (-47%) – 1,710 theatres
  10. Licorice Pizza – $614K (-2%) – 786 theatres

Source: Box Office Pro


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Written by Caillou Pettis

Caillou Pettis is a professional film critic and has been writing about film for several years across various different publications. Ever since the age of nine, film and the art of filmmaking have been his number one passion. When hes

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