Box Office Report: GLASS Shatters the Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend Competition
M. Night Shyamalan's Glass opened at number one with an estimated $40.58 million over the three-day weekend. The performance is a bit shy of the Universal's $50 million expectations, but its three-day total already more than doubles the film's $20 million budget. Glass has the fourth largest January opening of all-time. Glass grossed $48.5 million internationally this weekend from 55 markets.
STXfilms and Lantern Entainment's The Upside came in second place on its second weekend with an estimated $15.67 million. The Upside has brought in $4.1 million internationally so far.
FUNimation's Dragon Ball Super: Broly came in third, though the studio is not reporting domestic grosses. Some sources show a domestic three-day total of over $10 million and lower end projections show it at $9.3 million.
Dragon Ball Super: Broly is entering its seventh week in release internationally and earned $5.3 million from 18 markets for an international total that now of $65.8 million for a global total of almost $87 million.
Aquaman added an estimated $10.3 million to its domestic total this weekend, for an overal total of $304.3 million. It also added $14.3 million from overseas markets this weekend, for a global tally of $1.06 billion.
Sony's Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse came it at number five with an estimated $7.25 million this weekend, for a domestic total of over $160 million. Internationally, the film added another $4.7 million, putting its worldwide total over $322 million.
Fox's Bohemian Rhapsody reached $200 million domestically. After an additional $639 thousand this weekend, A Star is Born is now at a total of almost of $205 million domestically. Worldwide, Bohemian Rhapsody added $11.3 million this weekend for an international total of $596 million.
In limited releases: Abramorama's Who Will Write Our History debuted with $12,719 in one theater. Distrib's The Heiresses opened in two locations with $11,288. IFC's An Acceptable Loss opened in one theater with an estimated $5,103.