But alas, it didn't happen this weekend and so last week's number one film, DON'T BREATHE easily grabbed the top spot. That is a drop of just 41%, which is exceptional for a horror film. Figuring he's an easy target, the trio invades the man's secluded home in an abandoned neighborhood. Therefore, Don't Breathe seems to be at the number one position by acquiring $15M-$16M in the box office till now. Warner Bros.' "Suicide Squad" just hit the $300-million mark domestically this weekend. The casualties included well-reviewed, new-to-the-screen fare like "The BFG" and "Nice Guys". A great recovery for the movie that was in 6th place last weekend. But the glut of big, so-called event films means there's too much competing for the same group of moviegoers.
Adding the $28.2 million the movie made in foreign countries, its global take is $94.2 million. The $175 million production has grossed more than $672 million globally.
Kubo and the Two Strings remained in 3rd with $6.4 million (-18.7%) in 3 days and $8.8 million in 4.
Finishing second this weekend is Suicide Squad, which is enjoying that late summer slide with virtually zero competition. After 25 days Pete's Dragon has $66.3 million in the US, the ceiling here being $80 million. As a result, there were only two new wide releases that opened on this festive time.
Samsung suspends all sales of Galaxy Note 7 after battery explosions
However, Reuters noted that the company might still work with partners to eventually bring the technology to the consumer market. This summer, Samsung ran into a quality-control issue with another smartphone, a niche model called the Galaxy S7 Active.
DreamWorks, Reliance and Participant Media partnered in producing and financing Light Between Oceans, a drama about a childless couple living in an isolated lighthouse who discover an infant.
Up next for premieres this weekend are Disney's The Light Between Oceans and a host of small releases.
"Kubo and the Two Strings", $6.5 million ($1.7 million international).
"Don't Breathe" was expected to deal 19.4 million dollars in tickets by the close of business Labor Day. The film is scheduled for October 5 in France, a little patience! The weekend for most people is extended a day by the Labor Day public holiday on Monday in the US, the unofficial end of the US summer. It earned just $2.4 million from 2020 screens. "No Manches Frida", Lionsgate, $4,628,506, 362 locations, $12,786 average, $4,628,506, 1 week. 14. At least 500 % profit by the end of the run will be collected by the movie. The movie earned $1.3 million for the three days and a projected $1.7 million for the four days.
Con Videgaray habríamos hecho tratos maravillosos: Trump. Con Denise Maerker
Clinton fue interrogada sobre la relativa cercanía en las encuestas, pese a que Trump ha generado antagonismo con tantos votantes. Se trata de la primera vez desde 1964, cuando evitó comprometerse en la elección entre el demócrata Lyndon B.
"Hell or High Water", $4.5 million. Twentieth Century Fox's "Morgan", a horror feature directed by Ridley Scott's son Luke, failed to make the top 10. It will need overseas grosses to get anywhere near its $40 million budget.
As of July 31, summer box office had totaled $3.33 billion and was down 4.8% from the 2015 box office at the same point.
When it comes to Morgan, the sci-fi thriller is opening in 2,020 theaters and stokes memories of last year's A.I. thriller Ex Machina and 2010's Splice. "That was a genius strategy". Disney followed a similar rerelease strategy with earlier hits "Inside Out" and "Monsters University".
Macri: "Hay deudas sociales pendientes"
Esto no es todo lo que podemos ser, podemos mucho más como país, como argentinos y como bonaerenses", remató. Macri apostó a la investigación y el desarrollo para combatir la pobreza.