Monday Morning Box Office Report: Glass Tops Super Slow Super Bowl Weekend

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Between the dearth of new releases and the Super Bowl happening on Sunday it was one of the slowest moviegoing weekends in quite some time. The top 12 films earned just $55.4 million combined and Glass came out on top for the third week in a row with a mere $9.5 million. The M. Night film has almost earned $200 million worldwide but it won’t be staying at #1 for much longer. The Upside remained in second place while the Gina Rodriguez action-thriller Miss Bala debuted in third with a pretty disappointing $6.7 million. Aquaman and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse rounded out the top 5, the latter of which has slowly passed the Hotel Transylvania films to become Sony Animation’s highest grossing film of all time domestically. The lack of competition also allowed Peter Jackson’s WWI documentary They Shall Not Grow Old to sneak into the top 10 after expanding to over 700 screens.

1. Glass — $9.5M
2. The Upside — $8.9M
3. Miss Bala — $6.7M
4. Aquaman — $4.8M
5. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse — $4.4M
6. Green Book — $4.3M
7. The Kid Who Would Be King — $4.2M
8. A Dog’s Way Home — $3.5M
9. Escape Room — $2.9M
10. They Shall Not Grow Old — $2.4M

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