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The Top 5 Highest-Grossing Films in America Over the Weekend


Blumhouse
and Universal—a winning partnership that recently delivered acclaimed films Split and Get Out—do it again, this time with Happy Death Day on top of the domestic box office. The horror flick, which had a budget of around $5m, succeeds with $26.5m.

Warner Bros.' Blade Runner 2049, which disappointed last weekend, moves to #2 with just north of $15m, bringing its total to about $60m.

1. Happy Death Day (Universal) $26.5m 3,149/$8,415 avg. (debut)
2. Blade Runner 2049 (Warner Bros.) $15.1m 4,058/$3,721 avg. (week 2)
3. The Foreigner (STX) $12.8m 2,515/$5,105 avg. (debut)
4. It (Warner Bros.) $6.1m 3,176/$1,905 avg. (week 6)
5. The Mountain Between Us (Fox) $5.7m 3,259/$1,734 avg. (week 2)

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