YOUR WEEKEND
BOX OFFICE

Universal and DreamWorks’ animated Kung Fu Panda 4 earned an estimated $58.3m at the domestic box office, the biggest opening for the franchise since the original made $60m in 2008.

In its second weekend, Dune: Part Two had another strong showing—$46m—taking its global gross to $367.5m.

Two other new arrivals make the Top 5: Lionsgate’s thriller Imaginary scared up $10m and Angel Studio’s faith-based Cabrini brought in $7.6m.

  1. Kung Fu Panda 4(Universal): $58.3m total; 4,035 screens; $14,448 average per screen (Debut)
  2. Dune: Part Two(Warner Bros.): $46m total; 4,074 screens; $11,291 average per screen (Week 2)
  3. Imaginary (Lionsgate): $10m total; 3,118 screens; $3,207 average per screen (Debut)
  4. Cabrini (Angel Studios): $7.6m total; 2,840 screens/$2,663 average per screen (Debut)
  5. Bob Marley: One Love (Paramount): $4.1m total; 2,764 screens/$1,468 average per screen (Week 4)


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