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“Fifty Shades Freed” Claims #1 At US Weekend Box Office; “Peter Rabbit” Earns #2

“Fifty Shades” and “Peter Rabbit” unsurprisingly ranked as the weekend’s top two films.

Fifty Shades Freed | Universal Pictures

In the epitome of a predictable outcome, “Fifty Shades Freed” earns #1 at the US weekend box office.

The film will close its opening weekend with an estimated $38.8 million in US receipts. While the figure trails the $46.6 million attained by “Fifty Shades Darker,” it is still enough for a comfortable #1 bow on this week’s chart.

Fellow newcomer “Peter Rabbit,” which debuts at #2, earned $25.0 million in its inaugural frame.

“The 15:17 To Paris,” the third of this weekend’s big new releases, follows at #3. It earned $12.6 million.

“Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle,” last weekend’s winner, slips to #4. It added $9.8 million to its haul, bringing its cumulative total to $365.7 million.

Down one place, “The Greatest Showman” takes #5 with $6.4 million (cume now $146.5 million).

Written by Ben Johnson

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Ben Johnson's tenure at Headline Planet dates back to its 2002 origins. He played a pivotal role in the publication's evolution into an entertainment powerhouse.

Today, he focuses intently on movie and box office coverage. He also contributes stories on alternative areas like pro wrestling and mixed martial arts.

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