Disney and Pixar’s “Toy Story 4” took the top spot at the domestic box office again this week, bringing in a further $57.9 million and raising its U.S. total gross to $236.9 million thus far. Internationally the sequel took in a further $80.6 million for an international total of $259.6 million and a global total of $496.5 million.
“Annabelle Comes Home” opened in second place with a further $20.4 million, the lowest opening for a “The Conjuring” film to date, though with preview screenings on Tuesday last week it now sits at $31.2 million domestically. Internationally, it brought in a further $21.1 million. “Child’s Play” crashed hard, dropping 69.7% in its second weekend and fell from second place to eighth with a further $4.2 million.
Danny Boyle’s Beatles-inspired “Yesterday” opened in third with an estimated $17 million, the highest opening of his career. Disney’s “Aladdin” slipped into fourth place but snagged a further $9.3 million in the US and another $24.4 million internationally. “The Secret Life of Pets 2” was fifth with $7.09 million for a domestic total of $131.2 million.
“Spider-Man: Far From Home” opened up in China, Japan, and Hong Kong and from just those three markets managed to snag $111 million over the weekend. The “Avengers: Endgame” re-release push did little – bringing in $7.5 million globally which means it sits $27 million shy of the “Avatar” global box office total and is unlikely to cross it.
Source: Box-Office Mojo