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Daily Box Office Report
Monday, August 6, 2018




By Daniel Garris

Paramount’s Mission: Impossible – Fallout led the daily box office for an eleventh consecutive day on Monday after taking in $4.461 million for the day. Mission: Impossible - Fallout continues to display terrific holding power for a high-profile sequel as the film was down 58.5 percent from Sunday and down 34.8 percent from last Monday. It should also be noted that daily grosses in general were inflated a bit on Monday thanks in part to the Civic Day holiday in Canada. With a stronger than expected eleven-day gross of $129.272 million, today Mission: Impossible – Fallout is set to surpass the $134.030 million final unadjusted domestic gross of 2006’s Mission: Impossible III. Mission: Impossible – Fallout is running an impressive 16.4 percent ahead of the $111.072 million eleven-day take of 2015’s Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation and is set to continue increasing the percentage gap between the two films going forward.

Disney’s Christopher Robin claimed second place with $3.100 million. On the heels of a softer than expected opening weekend performance, Christopher Robin held up nicely on Monday by declining just 51.8 percent from Sunday. In comparison, 2016’s Pete’s Dragon fell 59.8 percent on its first Monday to take in $2.483 million. Christopher Robin has grossed $27.685 million in four days, which is 15.4 percent ahead of the $23.997 million four-day launch of Pete’s Dragon. Yesterday saw Christopher Robin pass the $26.693 million final domestic gross of 2011’s Winnie the Pooh. With the aid of strong word of mouth, Disney’s Christopher Robin should continue to see strong summer midweek business until schools start back up.

Universal’s Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again was up one spot from Sunday to move into third place on Monday with $1.569 million. Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again continues to perform very nicely during the midweek, as the film was down only 42.0 percent from Sunday and down 39.7 percent from last Monday. The 18-day gross for Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again stands at $92.817 million. That places the film 3.6 percent ahead of the $89.568 million 18-day take of 2008’s Mamma Mia! (though that lead continues to evaporate).

Lionsgate’s The Spy Who Dumped Me was down one place from Sunday to land in fourth on Monday with $1.421 million. That represented a 52.5 percent decline from Sunday’s performance. The Spy Who Dumped Me has grossed $13.524 million in four days, which is in line with pre-release expectations. The Spy Who Dumped Me is running 51.7 percent ahead of the $8.914 million four-day haul of last year’s Rough Night and 21.5 percent behind the $17.229 million four-day start of this year’s I Feel Pretty.

Sony releases Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation and The Equalizer 2 claimed fifth and sixth place with respective daily grosses of $1.266 million and $1.104 million. Both films held up well yesterday, as Hotel Transylvania 3 decreased 32.3 percent from last Monday, while The Equalizer 2 declined only 29.9 percent from last Monday. Respective total grosses stand at $137.527 million for Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation in 25 days and at $80.916 million for The Equalizer 2 in 18 days.







Daily domestic box office results for Monday, August 6, 2018.

Film (Distributor) Daily
Gross
Theatre
Count
Per-Thea.
Average
%Change
Yesterday
%Change
Last Mon.
Total
Gross
TG to OW
Ratio
Week
1 Mission: Impossible - Fallout
(Paramount)
$4,460,884 4,395 $1,015 -58.5% -34.8% $129,272,070 2.111 2
2 Disney's Christopher Robin
(Disney)
$3,100,223 3,602 $861 -51.8% N/A $27,685,362 1.126 1
3 Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again
(Universal)
$1,569,460 3,359 $467 -42.0% -39.7% $92,817,040 2.656 3
4 The Spy Who Dumped Me
(Lionsgate)
$1,421,278 3,111 $457 -52.5% N/A $13,524,321 1.117 1
5 Hotel Transylvania 3:
Summer Vacation
(Sony / Columbia)
$1,266,442 3,162 $401 -44.6% -32.3% $137,526,894 3.120 4
6 The Equalizer 2
(Sony / Columbia)
$1,104,069 2,725 $405 -58.7% -29.9% $80,916,241 2.247 3
7 Ant-Man and The Wasp
(Disney)
$948,840 2,233 $425 -51.1% -25.8% $196,594,775 2.593 5
8 Incredibles 2
(Disney)
$796,475 1,802 $442 -45.4% -30.6% $583,908,997 3.196 8
9 Teen Titans GO! To The Movies
(Warner Bros.)
$756,534 3,188 $237 -45.3% -36.4% $21,457,866 2.061 2
10 The Darkest Minds
(Fox)
$753,326 3,127 $241 -49.4% N/A $6,595,935 1.129 1
11 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
(Universal)
$581,270 1,914 $304 -51.0% -37.6% $406,146,080 2.744 7
12 Eighth Grade
(A24)
$468,310 1,084 $432 -40.7% +153.5% $7,030,676 2.466 4
13 Death of a Nation
(Quality Flix)
$308,075 1,005 $307 -53.1% N/A $2,664,597 1.131 1
14 Skyscraper
(Universal / Legendary)
$283,850 1,523 $186 -55.8% -59.5% $64,761,700 2.600 4
15 The First Purge
(Universal)
$130,575 708 $184 -50.6% -63.9% $67,888,980 3.907 5
16 Sorry to Bother You
(Annapurna Pictures)
$128,604 404 $318 -46.5% -34.6% $15,037,358 3.573 5
17 Blindspotting
(Lionsgate / Summit)
$106,975 523 $205 -46.0% -37.3% $3,283,310 2.562 3
18 Won't You Be My Neighbor?
(Focus)
$73,020 284 $257 -55.6% -35.9% $21,110,417 8.210 9
19 Ocean's 8
(Warner Bros.)
$51,304 248 $207 -38.4% -50.1% $138,073,527 3.318 9
20 Sicario: Day of the Soldado
(Sony / Columbia)
$40,685 216 $188 -66.6% -52.2% $49,477,420 2.603 6
21 Leave No Trace
(Bleecker Street)
$40,158 169 $238 -50.1% -35.2% $5,246,490 4.474 6
22 Avengers: Infinity War
(Disney)
$37,182 205 $181 -53.5% -39.9% $678,107,861 2.631 15
23 Unfriended: Dark Web
(OLT Releasing / BH Tilt)
$34,545 208 $166 -50.2% -87.6% $8,670,455 2.373 3
24 Solo: A Star Wars Story
(Disney)
$31,306 200 $157 -44.6% +30.5% $213,060,730 2.524 11
25 Deadpool 2
(Fox)
$28,736 196 $147 -54.8% -26.7% $318,053,195 2.534 12
26 Tag
(Warner / New Line)
$28,603 202 $142 -59.2% -36.5% $53,947,108 3.609 8
27 McQueen
(Bleecker Street)
$27,659 34 $814 -50.9% +84.2% $518,625 2.855 3
28 Uncle Drew
(Lionsgate / Summit)
$22,970 202 $114 -56.5% -69.4% $41,901,650 2.749 6
29 Hereditary
(A24)
$12,444 71 $175 -36.3% -42.3% $43,912,249 3.235 9
30 Black Panther
(Disney)
$11,434 25 $457 +12.6% +2,730.2% $700,017,849 3.465 25
31 Book Club
(Paramount)
$9,107 91 $100 -33.6% -38.3% $68,540,210 5.046 12
32 Sanju
(FIP)
$4,370 16 $273 -48.9% -41.9% $7,887,411 2.896 6
33 Never Goin' Back
(A24)
$1,624 2 $812 -43.6% N/A $11,946 1.157 1

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