Monday Morning Box Office Report: Miss Peregrine Glides to Easy Win


Tim Burton’s latest film Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children didn’t have much trouble topping the box office over the weekend, although it wasn’t quite a smash hit either. The movie earned $28.5 million, which is slightly less than what Dark Shadows made back in 2012 and that movie was considered a box office bomb. Miss Peregrine cost $40 million less, however, and should ultimately do just fine as it rolls out internationally. In second place, Deepwater Horizon took in $20.6 million, followed by The Magnificent Seven, which dropped to third with $15 million. Storks and Sully rounded out the top 5. Meanwhile, Masterminds had a rough go of it as the heist comedy opened in sixth place, managing to pilfer just $6.6 million.

1. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children — $28.5M
2. Deepwater Horizon — $20.6M
3. The Magnificent Seven — $15.7M
4. Storks — $13.8M
5. Sully — $8.4M
6. Masterminds — $6.6M $6.6M 1
7. Queen of Katwe — $2.6M
8. Don’t Breathe — $2.4M
9. Bridget Jones’s Baby — $2.3M
10. Snowden — $2.0M

Around the Web: