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Daily Box Office Report
Monday, June 4, 2018




By Daniel Garris

Disney’s Solo: A Star Wars Story took in $2.965 million on Monday to lead the daily box office for an eleventh consecutive day. Solo: A Star Wars Story was down 66.9 percent from Sunday and down a very sharp 84.1 percent from last Monday’s inflated Memorial Day performance. Solo: A Star Wars Story passed the $150 million domestic mark yesterday and has grossed $151.954 million in eleven days. That is significantly below expectations and very soft by the lofty box office standards of the Star Wars franchise. Solo: A Star Wars Story is running 12.7 percent behind the $174.008 million eleven-day take of last year’s Justice League and a disappointing 52.2 percent behind the $318.119 million eleven-day haul of 2016’s Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

Fox’s Deadpool 2 placed in a close second on Monday with $2.646 million. Deadpool 2 trailed Solo: A Star Wars Story by $318,148 for the day. Deadpool 2 declined 61.0 percent from Sunday and 74.5 percent from last Monday. The 18-day total for Deadpool 2 stands at a very healthy $257.153 million. That places the film 3.0 percent ahead of the $249.723 million 18-day gross of last year’s Thor: Ragnarok and a reasonable 10.6 percent behind the $287.585 million 18-day take of 2016’s Deadpool.

STXfilms’ Adrift claimed third place with $1.230 million. That represented a decline of just 59.4 percent from Sunday’s performance. Going forward Adrift is likely to generate strong midweek summer business. The four-day start for Adrift stands at $12.833 million, which is in line with expectations. Adrift is running 7.2 percent ahead of the $11.967 million four-day launch of last year’s The Mountain Between Us and 38.5 percent behind the $20.860 million four-day haul of 2016’s Me Before You.

Disney’s Avengers: Infinity War took fourth with $1.164 million. Avengers: Infinity War decreased 63.4 percent from Sunday and a sharp 77.4 percent from Memorial Day. The 39-day total for Avengers: Infinity War stands at a massive $644.170 million. That leaves the film just $8.101 million away from surpassing 2015’s Jurassic World to move into fifth place on the all-time unadjusted domestic list.

Paramount’s Book Club rounded out Monday’s top five with $1.091 million. Book Club continued to display very strong holding power yesterday, as the film was down just 49.9 percent from Sunday and down 64.2 percent from last Monday. Book Club has grossed a stronger than expected $48.647 million in 18 days and is set to surpass the $50 million domestic mark either today or Wednesday.







Daily domestic box office results for Monday, June 4, 2018.

Film (Distributor) Daily
Gross
Theatre
Count
Per-Thea.
Average
%Change
Yesterday
%Change
Last Mon.
Total
Gross
TG to OW
Ratio
Week
1 Solo: A Star Wars Story
(Disney)
$2,964,621 4,381 $677 -66.9% -84.1% $151,954,195 1.800 2
2 Deadpool 2
(Fox)
$2,646,473 4,161 $636 -61.0% -74.5% $257,152,508 2.049 3
3 Adrift
(STXfilms)
$1,229,555 3,015 $408 -59.4% N/A $12,832,594 1.106 1
4 Avengers: Infinity War
(Disney)
$1,163,591 3,570 $326 -63.4% -77.4% $644,169,802 2.500 6
5 Book Club
(Paramount)
$1,091,320 3,169 $344 -49.9% -64.2% $48,647,101 3.582 3
6 Upgrade
(OLT Releasing / BH Tilt)
$602,325 1,457 $413 -53.9% N/A $5,273,230 1.129 1
7 Life of the Party
(Warner / New Line)
$417,324 2,511 $166 -55.9% -72.1% $46,767,579 2.615 4
8 Breaking In
(Universal)
$324,280 1,682 $193 -56.9% -73.3% $41,665,810 2.363 4
9 Action Point
(Paramount)
$296,842 2,032 $146 -57.3% N/A $2,687,006 1.124 1
10 A Quiet Place
(Paramount)
$237,002 1,156 $205 -49.9% -65.1% $183,757,371 3.660 9
11 Show Dogs
(Global Road)
$217,386 2,327 $93 -56.3% -79.6% $14,820,237 2.460 3
12 Overboard
(Lionsgate / Pantelion / MGM)
$215,460 1,228 $175 -66.9% -78.6% $45,713,181 3.107 5
13 Rampage
(Warner / New Line)
$72,916 502 $145 -60.1% -71.2% $95,184,562 2.662 8
14 First Reformed
(A24)
$48,201 91 $530 -58.3% -40.9% $1,071,444 2.542 3
15 I Feel Pretty
(STXfilms)
$37,058 315 $118 -53.2% -73.5% $48,361,371 3.017 7
16 Ready Player One
(Warner Bros.)
$34,026 271 $126 -56.0% -50.0% $136,094,057 3.259 10
17 Black Panther
(Disney)
$30,750 284 $108 -53.7% -76.0% $699,160,600 3.461 16
18 Disobedience
(Bleecker Street)
$28,317 158 $179 -58.7% -77.2% $3,091,085 5.923 6
19 Pope Francis - A Man of His Word
(Focus)
$28,275 273 $104 -53.6% -79.0% $1,608,400 3.167 3
20 Sherlock Gnomes
(Paramount / MGM)
$21,581 250 $86 -56.0% -66.8% $42,911,396 4.046 11
21 A Wrinkle in Time
(Disney)
$20,529 187 $110 -46.7% -65.3% $97,967,517 2.958 13
22 Pandas
(Warner / IMAX)
$20,187 35 $577 -33.2% -47.5% $1,826,053 11.491 9
23 Isle of Dogs
(Fox Searchlight)
$19,764 129 $153 -58.4% -70.7% $31,426,112 6.887 11
24 Blockers
(Universal)
$14,980 152 $99 -52.8% -56.3% $59,645,470 2.902 9
25 Super Troopers 2
(Fox Searchlight)
$13,980 138 $101 -63.6% -66.1% $30,332,646 1.998 7
26 Tully
(Focus)
$13,130 148 $89 -55.2% -79.8% $9,186,775 2.799 5
27 Blumhouse's Truth or Dare
(Universal)
$11,175 113 $99 -52.5% -57.3% $40,681,665 2.179 8
28 2001: A Space Odyssey
(2018 re-issue)
(Warner / MGM)
$10,958 5 $2,192 -58.9% -64.9% $577,020 2.846 3
29 Tyler Perry's Acrimony
(Lionsgate)
$6,360 80 $80 -57.6% -35.4% $43,530,210 2.535 10
30 How to Talk to Girls at Parties
(A24)
$4,866 103 $47 -51.2% -61.8% $59,780 1.723 2
31 Chappaquiddick
(Entertainment Studios
Motion Pictures)
$4,081 68 $60 -44.4% -77.9% $17,338,207 3.007 9
32 The Miracle Season
(LD Entertainment / Mirror)
$3,776 31 $122 -44.4% -71.5% $10,132,091 2.565 9
33 Game Night
(Warner / New Line)
$2,170 58 $37 -68.0% -68.1% $68,942,728 4.054 15
34 The Greatest Showman
(Fox)
$2,036 32 $64 -61.0% -68.5% $174,018,555 19.762 24
35 Lean on Pete
(A24)
$1,588 16 $99 -1.0% -0.6% $1,153,378 4.745 9
36 Love, Simon
(Fox)
$271 11 $25 -62.4% -87.4% $40,823,384 3.472 12

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