Sunday, April 21, 2024

USA box office for the third weekend of April 2017-2024

USA box office on the third weekend of April 2024 is down 49% compared to last year when "The Super Mario Brothers" was the top-grossing movie.  "Civil War" was the top-grossing movie this weekend.

And it's down 49% compared to the 2018 peak when "A Quiet Place" ruled the weekend box office.

Source:  Box Office Mojo

Variety, 4/21/2024
Alex Garland’s film, starring Kirsten Dunst as a photojournalist who traverses a violently divided United States, added $11.12 million in its second weekend of release. It has generated $44.8 million so far and already stands as one of A24’s top five highest-grossing movies of all time. With a $50 million price tag, it’s also the indie distributor’s most expensive film to date. 
Though it was a close race, “Civil War” charged ahead of a trio of newcomers — Universal’s vampire horror film “Abigail,” director Guy Ritchie’s “The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare” and Sony and Crunchyroll’s anime adventure “Spy x Family Code: White” — which all opened to mixed results.

More box office posts:
2nd weekend of April. (4/14)
Easter weekend.  (3/31)


Third weekend in December.  (12/19)
First weekend in December.  (12/5)
Thranksgiving 2022 daily top 10 movie grosses (Wednesday-Sunday)  (11/28)
Pre-Thanksgiving box office weekend down 47% from 2017 peak.  (11/21)
Going down: October 2022 box office drops 44% compare
d to 2018. (11/3)

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