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“Crazy Rich Asians” Stays #1 At US Weekend Box Office

“Crazy Rich Asians” enjoys a second weekend at #1.

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While some films fall by 50-60% in their second weekends, the buzzy “Crazy Rich Asians” only dropped by about 6%.

That modest drop allows the film to remain a clear #1 at the US weekend box office.

The film added an estimated $25.0 million to its haul this weekend. Its cumulative total now stands at $76.8 million.

“The Meg,” which holds at #2 on the chart, earned $13.0 million (cume now $105.3 million).

New release “The Happytime Murders” debuts with $10.0 million, while “Mission: Impossible – Fallout” stays at #4 with $8.0 million (cume now $193.9 million).

Up one place, “Christopher Robin” takes #5 with $6.3 million (cume now $77.6 million).


Written by Ben Johnson

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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