Did the new Halloween movie manage to enter this week’s chart at number one? Or was the superhero film Venom simply too much competition at the US box office? Well that’s the question I’m about to answer; these are the figures for the US Top 10 Movie Charts October 19 2018.
US Top 10 Movie Charts October 19 2018
(Box office results for weekend Oct 19-21)
|2||(2)||A Star is Born||Warner Bros||$19,051,082|
|4||(4)||Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween||Sony Pictures||$9,721,173|
|6||(9)||The Hate U Give||20th Century Fox||$7,602,108|
|9||(7)||Bad Times at the El Royale||20th Century Fox||$3,420,067|
|10||(15)||The Old Man and the Gun||Fox Searchlight||$2,134,481|
Halloween did indeed go straight in at the top of the movie charts managing $76.2m from all of that considerable hype. Various box office records have been claimed but my main question has to be is the film really any good. Well it’s pretty average to be honest but still it’s the film to watch at this time of year. For those of you that care about such things Halloween appeared in 3928 theatres which is more than any other film on this week’s chart.
There’s no change at number two with Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper holding firm with A Star is Born. This one managed $19m. Last week’s number one Venom slips to three with takings of $18m.
One movie climbing the charts following an expanded release is The Hate U Give which goes from nine to six.
Looking for something to watch then take at look at these Blu-ray reviews:
I’ll leave it there for now, that just about concludes the US Top 10 Movie Charts October 19 2018, don’t forget to check back next week to see if Halloween can stay at number one. But to conclude here are a few movie trailers starting with, Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween:
now for A Star is Born
And finally this week’s number one movie, Halloween
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