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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)

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THE BOILER ROOM
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