Kevin Hart & # 39; s & # 39; The Upside & # 39; releasing & # 39; Aquaman & # 39; in $ 19.6M …

Kevin Hart & # 39; s & # 39; The Upside & # 39; releasing & # 39; Aquaman & # 39; in $ 19.6M debut

Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) – Kevin Hart does not organize the Oscars, but he has a number one movie.

Hart's "The Upside" exceeded expectations to open with $ 19.6 million in ticket sales according to Sunday's studio estimates.

The strong performance of "The Upside" pushed "Aquaman" to second place after the three-week reign of the water hero superhero on top of the North American cash register.

In the weekend, "Aquaman" passed $ 1 billion worldwide.

Opening in third place was the dog adventure "A Dog & # 39; s Way Home" with $ 11.3 million.

In early January there is often a landfill in cinemas and the weekend included a number of dudes.

This image released by STXfilms shows Bryan Cranston, left, and Kevin Hart in a scene

This image released by STXfilms shows Bryan Cranston, left, and Kevin Hart in a scene from "The Upside." (David Lee / STX films via AP)

The sci-fi thriller "Replicas" by Keanu Reeves debuted with only $ 2.5 million.

This image released by STXfilms shows Bryan Cranston, from left, Jahi Di & Allo Winston and Kevin Hart in a scene

This image released by STXfilms shows Bryan Cranston, from left, Jahi Di & Allo Winston and Kevin Hart in a scene

This image released by STXfilms shows Bryan Cranston, from left, Jahi Di & Allo Winston, and Kevin Hart in a scene from "The Upside." (David Lee / STX films via AP)

This image released by Warner Bros. Photos shows Jason Momoa, left, and Amber Heard in a scene

This image released by Warner Bros. Photos shows Jason Momoa, left, and Amber Heard in a scene

This image released by Warner Bros. Photos & # 39; s shows Jason Momoa, left, and Amber Heard in a scene from "Aquaman." (Warner Bros. Pictures via AP)

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