Ford V Ferrari races to the top with $ 31 million, while Charlie & # 39; s Angels is only third with $ 8.6 million on the B.O.
Ford V Ferrari races to the top of the register with $ 31 million, while Charlie & # 39; s Angels meets expectations with $ 8.6 million
Ford V Ferrari moved to the pole position with $ 31 million at the weekend checkout, far beyond expectations and its closest rival, Midway, with $ 8.75 million.
That means that the other grand opener, Charlie & # 39; s Angels, could only take third place with $ 8.6 million.
Ford V Ferrari, starring Matt Damon as Ford & # 39; s car designer Carroll Shelby and Christian Bale as racing driver Ken Miles, also brought in $ 21.4 million outside of North America for a global revenue of $ 52.4 million, according to Box Office Mojo.
Hard to beat: Ford V Ferrari, starring Matt Damon as Ford & # 39; s car designer Carroll Shelby and Christian Bale as racing driver Ken Miles, slipped to pole position with $ 31 million at B.O.
Second world film Midway slipped from last week's top position to second place with $ 8.75 million, bringing local sales to $ 35 million.
With Ed Skrein, Woody Harrelson, Luke Evans and Dennis Quaid among others, the worldwide decrease is $ 53.7 million.
Charlie & # 39; s Angels is close behind with $ 8.6 million and can pass Midway when the last count arrives.
However, it will not be enough to increase its disappointing performance, which was expected to be in the $ 12 million range.
Second place: Midway, with Ed Skrein and Mandy Moore in the lead roles, took $ 8.75 million, bringing the local pull to $ 35 million after two weeks
It's not going so well: Charlie & # 39; s Angels. with left, Ella Balinska, Kristen Stewart and Naomi Scott, only $ 8.6 million in third place
It was somewhat rescued by its $ 19.3 million take elsewhere, making it a total of $ 27.9 million worldwide with countries like the UK, Spain and France still to come.
The reboot of the classic TV series from the 80s and two films was written and directed by Elizabeth Banks and the stars Kristen Stewart and relative unknowns Naomi Scott and Ella Ballinska.
Playing With Fire is on Charlie & # 39; s tail with $ 8.55 million, giving it fourth place – actually one place higher than last week.
Warm up: playing with fire, starring John Cena, Charlie & # 39; s is in fourth place with $ 8.55 million – actually a place higher than last week
In at number 5: Last Christmas was gifted $ 6.7 million by public after opening last weekend
The unlikely family comedy, starring John Cena, Keegan-Michael Key and John Leguizamo, has now raised nearly $ 26 million at home and $ 4.5 million elsewhere for a worldwide recording of just under $ 30 million.
At number 5, Last Christmas, starring Emilia Clarke, received $ 6.7 million from the public after opening last weekend.
It now has $ 22.6 million in its bag with $ 13 million from abroad for a global total that now amounts to $ 35.5 million.
Meanwhile, in eighth position, Joker is the first R-rated film to win $ 1 billion in the global box office and the fourth DC Comics adjustment to reach that milestone.
It's a lot to laugh about: Joaquin Phoenix & # 39; s Joker, on the eighth, is the first R-rated film to win $ 1 billion at the global box office and the fourth DC Comics adaptation to reach that milestone
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