Quantcast
YOUR WEEKEND
BOX OFFICE
The Top 5 Highest-Grossing Films in America Over the Weekend

Three debuts topped the domestic box office this weekend. Universal's Fifty Shades Freed landed at #1 with close to $40m. This is the lowest bow of the franchise; 2015's Fifty Shades of Grey broke February records with $85.1m, while 2017's Fifty Shades Darker opened with $46.6m.

Meanwhile, for the first time since its opening eight weeks ago, Sony's Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle falls outside of the Top 2.

1. Fifty Shades Freed (Universal) $38.8m 3,768/$10,299 avg. (debut)
2. Peter Rabbit (Sony) $25m 3,725/$6,711 avg. (debut)
3. The 15:17 to Paris (Warner Bros.) $12.6m 3,042/$4,142 avg. (debut)
4. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (Sony) $9.8m 3,136/$3,133 avg. (week 8)
5. The Greatest Showman (Fox) $6.4m 2,373/$2,697 avg. (week 8)

THE BIBLE'S CHART BOTCH: SHITSHOW,
PART 3
Is it true if it's printed? (12/7a)
GRAMMYS KEEN ON
KENDRICK, DRAKE
It's nomination day. (12/7a)
WHO’S NOMINATED,
WHO’S NOT
...and who's going, "WTF." (12/7a)
RAINMAKERS: IT'S POURING DOWN VISIONARIES
The Max factor. (12/7a)
SPRINGSTEEN ON FILM:
A FATHER'S STORY
Bruce's Broadway act on film. (12/7a)
GRAMMY NERDS BREAK IT DOWN
Wow, they really are nerds, huh?
REVERBERATIONS OF TAYLOR'S DEAL
What does it all mean? What did it cost? Answer the second question first.
IS IT COLD IN HERE?
It's fine, really. We'd just like to feel our extremities again.
EGGNOG
A sweet and creamy vehicle for the intoxicating liquor that blocks out the agony of the holidays.
 Email

 First Name

 Last Name

 Company

 Country
CAPTCHA code
Captcha: (type the characters above)