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Daily Box Office Report
Wednesday, October 10, 2018




By Daniel Garris

Sony’s Venom grossed $4.731 million on Wednesday to lead the daily box office for a sixth consecutive day. In the process Venom passed the $100 million domestic mark yesterday. Venom declined a sharp 42.5 percent from Tuesday’s performance (which had benefited a bit from Venom being a daily MoviePass option on Tuesday). The six-day start for Venom stands at a stronger than expected $102.847 million. That places Venom 4.2 percent ahead of the recent $98.692 million six-day launch of Ant-Man and the Wasp and 6.4 percent behind the $109.866 million six-day haul of last year’s Logan. BoxOfficeReport is predicting a second weekend gross of $31.0 million for Venom.

Warner’s A Star is Born held steady in second place with $4.591 million. A Star is Born trailed Venom by just $140,193 for the day and could very well overtake Venom for first place on Thursday given the strong early holding power of A Star is Born thus far. A Star is Born declined only 24.2 percent from Tuesday. A Star is Born has grossed a very strong $61.647 million after six days of wide release. The film is running an impressive 19.8 percent ahead of the recent $51.466 million six-day start of Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again. BoxOfficeReport is predicting that A Star is Born will hold up very well in its second weekend with a $29.0 million take.

Universal’s Night School grossed $878,220 to remain in third place. Night School was down 36.5 percent from Tuesday and down a very respectable 43.4 percent from last Wednesday (when the film was a daily MoviePass option). Night School continues to perform in line with expectations with a solid thirteen-day gross of $50.964 million. BoxOfficeReport is predicting a third weekend take of $7.3 million for Night School.

Warner’s Smallfoot took in $796,056 to continue to claim fourth place. Smallfoot decreased 41.0 percent from Tuesday and a slim 16.3 percent from last Wednesday. The thirteen-day total for Smallfoot stands at $47.461 million, which is in line with expectations. BoxOfficeReport is predicting that Smallfoot will gross $9.5 million in its third weekend.

Universal’s The House with a Clock in Its Walls rounded out the day’s unchanged top five with $568,810. The House with a Clock in Its Walls was down 21.2 percent from Tuesday and down a very slim 8.3 percent from last Wednesday. The film got a boost yesterday from being a daily MoviePass option for the day. The 20-day total for The House with a Clock in Its Walls stands at a solid $57.792 million.







Daily domestic box office results for Wednesday, October 10, 2018.

Film (Distributor) Daily
Gross
Theatre
Count
Per-Thea.
Average
%Change
Yesterday
%Change
Last Wed.
Total
Gross
TG to OW
Ratio
Week
1 Venom
(Sony / Columbia)
$4,731,282 4,250 $1,113 -42.5% N/A $102,846,991 1.281 1
2 A Star is Born
(Warner Bros.)
$4,591,089 3,686 $1,246 -24.2% N/A $61,647,254 1.437 1
3 Night School
(Universal)
$878,220 3,019 $291 -36.5% -43.4% $50,963,645 1.870 2
4 Smallfoot
(Warner Bros.)
$796,056 4,131 $193 -41.0% -16.3% $47,461,148 2.059 2
5 The House with a Clock in Its Walls
(Universal / Amblin)
$568,810 3,463 $164 -21.2% -8.3% $57,792,225 2.172 3
6 A Simple Favor
(Lionsgate)
$337,081 2,408 $140 -27.5% -39.4% $50,312,321 3.142 4
7 The Nun
(Warner / New Line)
$224,366 2,264 $99 -26.4% -44.4% $114,373,922 2.126 5
8 Crazy Rich Asians
(Warner Bros.)
$205,596 1,466 $140 -23.9% -38.5% $170,110,588 6.417 8
9 Hell Fest
(Lionsgate / CBS Films)
$199,739 2,297 $87 -33.2% -40.1% $9,660,966 1.883 2
10 The Predator
(Fox)
$98,599 1,643 $60 -28.4% -67.8% $50,423,354 2.047 4
11 White Boy Rick
(Sony / Studio 8)
$79,691 880 $91 -20.5% -66.2% $23,634,486 2.667 4
12 Colette
(Bleecker Street)
$64,594 107 $604 -2.8% -29.8% $1,489,284 3.021 3
13 Peppermint
(STXfilms)
$58,571 813 $72 -23.8% -62.5% $34,935,566 2.603 5
14 Disney's Christopher Robin
(Disney)
$57,477 1,638 $35 -21.8% +90.0% $98,397,091 4.002 10
15 The Old Man & the Gun
(Fox Searchlight)
$45,832 49 $935 +15.9% +252.7% $750,247 1.857 2
16 The Hate U Give
(Fox)
$38,760 36 $1,077 -27.7% N/A $682,297 1.333 1
17 Mission: Impossible - Fallout
(Paramount)
$32,328 361 $90 -25.8% -41.7% $219,899,179 3.591 11
18 Searching
(Sony / Screen Gems)
$32,075 412 $78 -29.3% -64.5% $25,777,505 4.249 7
19 The Sisters Brothers
(Annapurna Pictures)
$31,673 54 $587 +15.0% +40.2% $788,952 3.381 3
20 Unbroken: Path to Redemption
(Pure Flix)
$25,035 335 $75 -19.2% -52.2% $6,075,271 2.714 4
21 Incredibles 2
(Disney)
$24,354 244 $100 -17.6% +212.5% $607,234,399 3.324 17
22 Little Women
(Pinnacle Peak)
$23,055 451 $51 -36.8% -65.2% $1,264,758 1.794 2
23 Shine
(GVN Releasing)
$21,924 609 $36 -20.0% N/A $281,358 1.367 1
24 BlacKkKlansman
(Focus)
$21,575 158 $137 -7.1% -51.6% $48,257,255 4.450 9
25 The Meg
(Warner Bros.)
$19,843 533 $37 -30.7% -65.5% $142,581,153 3.140 9
26 Ant-Man and The Wasp
(Disney)
$12,409 178 $70 -9.9% -32.5% $216,417,757 2.855 14
27 Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again
(Universal)
$10,670 135 $79 -7.7% -14.0% $120,623,350 3.451 12
28 Operation Finale
(MGM)
$5,959 111 $54 +5.2% -59.6% $17,569,190 2.917 6
29 Ya Veremos
(Lionsgate / Pantelion)
$2,622 37 $71 -5.4% -18.5% $4,163,799 2.308 6
30 Sorry to Bother You
(Annapurna Pictures)
$1,692 11 $154 +38.6% -62.5% $17,478,638 4.153 14
31 Loving Pablo
(OTL Releasing)
$1,636 15 $109 -7.3% N/A $21,422 1.293 1
32 A-X-L
(Global Road)
$1,066 55 $19 -31.7% -62.1% $6,493,451 2.321 7
33 God Bless the Broken Road
(Freestyle)
$1,012 53 $19 -22.0% -73.9% $2,827,094 2.039 5
34 Teen Titans GO! To The Movies
(Warner Bros.)
$863 87 $10 -42.4% -64.3% $29,561,438 2.839 11

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