It’s time to check in at the US box office and find out just what are the top 10 movies in America this week. There are three new entries but do we have a new number one? Let’s find out, here are the figures in full for the US Movie Charts August 3 2018.
US Movie Charts August 3 2018 (Box office results this weekend)
|1||(1)||Mission: Impossible - Fallout||Paramount Pictures||$35,323,815|
|2||New||Christopher Robin||Walt Disney||$24,585,139|
|3||New||The Spy Who Dumped Me||Lionsgate||$12,103,043|
|4||(2)||Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!||Universal||$9,003,030|
|5||(3)||The Equalizer 2||Sony Pictures||$8,755,907|
|6||(4)||Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation||Sony Pictures||$8,004,571|
|7||(6)||Ant-Man and the Wasp||Walt Disney||$6,364,500|
|8||New||The Darkest Minds||20th Century Fox||$5,842,609|
|9||(7)||Incredibles 2||Walt Disney||$4,980,232|
|10||(5)||Teen Titans Go! To The Movies||Warner Bros||$4,776,775|
Despite those three new entries it’s Paramount Pictures with Tom Cruise’s Mission: Impossible – Fallout that remains at the top with takings of $35.3m. That means its taken $124.8m so far in the US alone. So moving on to the weeks highest new entry reveals its Disney’s Christopher Robin that lands at number two taking $24.5m. Number three is also a new entry with the comedy The Spy Who Dumped Me which manages $12.1m.
The last of the new movies sees 20th Century Fox’s thriller The Darkest Minds enters at eight. Teen Titans Go! To The Movies slips from five to ten having only been on release for two weeks, that’s certainly not going to impress Warner Bros.
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We will leave it there for now, that just about concludes the US Movie Charts August 3 2018 don’t forget to check back next week to see if Mission: Impossible – Fallout can hold on to the number one spot. I’ll leave you with a couple of movie trailers starting with Christopher Robin…
And now for Mission: Impossible — Fallout
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