It’s that time of the week when we take a quick look at what movies are hot at the US Box Office. These figures are for US Box Office May 26 2017.
US Box Office May 26 2017
|1||New||Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales||Walt Disney||$62,983,253|
|2||(2)||Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2||Walt Disney||$20,907,121|
|4||(1)||Alien: Covenant||20th Century Fox||$10,614,539|
|5||(3)||Everything, Everything||Warner Bros||$6,185,000|
|6||(6)||Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul||20th Century Fox||$4,470,873|
|7||(4)||Snatched||20th Century Fox||$3,978,251|
|8||(5)||King Arthur: Legend of the Sword||Warner Bros||$3,215,000|
|9||(8)||The Boss Baby||20th Century Fox||$1,725,751|
|10||(7)||The Fate of the Furious||Universal||$1,492,060|
No surprise as Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales enters the cinema charts at number one with takings of $62,983,253. I must admit I thought it would have taken a little more money but there you have it. The other main release from last week was Baywatch and manages to enter at three with takings of $18,503,871 which is surely better than expected.
It’s nearly time to say goodbye to The Fate of the Furious after 45 days in the top 10 and takings to date of a mind blowing $222,542,930. That said Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 has already taken even more money in only 24 days, an incredible $334,223,048.
Walt Disney is having a great week occupying the top two places on the US cinema chart.
Looking for some recommended Blu-ray releases?
- SPECTRE Blu-ray Review (2015)
- Jason Bourne Blu-ray Review (2016)
- Inferno Blu-ray Review (2016)
- The Conjuring 2 Blu-ray Review (2016)
- The Money Pit Blu-ray Review (1986)
Don’t forget to check back on Thursday as we take a look at this week’s new cinema releases along with their movie trailers.
One of this week’s highlights is the release of the movie Wonder Woman, but more on that on Thursday.