We weren’t wrong after all, we projected this slight victory. News reaching us has It that Fox’s
“Kingsman: The Golden Circle” has again emerged the official winner of the North American
weekend box office by barely prevailing over Tom Cruise’s “American Made” and horror hit “It.”
A Rundown of Earnings
-On Monday evening, Final weekend numbers released from comScore showed the second
weekend of the “Kingsman” sequel absorbing $16.93 million for the Friday-Sunday frame. New
Line’s “It” tallied $16.9 million in its fourth weekend, topping “American Made’s” $16.8 million
opening weekend gross.
-Sunday morning estimates had shown “It” with $17.3 million, compared to $17 million each for
“Kingsman: The Golden Circle” and “American Made.” It was one of the closest box office races
-Overall business was moderate, followed three weekends of strong performance spurred by
“It.” The final results for Sony’s opening of “Flatliners” did not change from an unimpressive
-Spy comedy “Kingsman: the Golden Circle” has taken in $66.6 million domestically and another
$126 million overseas. “It” has topped $290 million in the U.S. with $262 million internationally
for a worldwide total of $552.8 million.
-“American Made,” happens to be one of the lowest performances for Cruise in recent years as
it grossed $64.7 million outside the United States for a global total of $81.5 million.
Warner Bros.’ launch of “Blade Runner 2049” is expected to dominate the domestic box office