Thursday, December 2

Halloween still lead in North American box office

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The Halloween still lead in North American box office with a tiny budget, 10 million, the film has garnered a total of $126.1 million since its release last week.

The 2018 vintage “Halloween” marks the return of masked murderer Michael Myers, who returns to haunt Laurie Strode, still played by Jamie Lee Curtis, the only survivor of a night of terror 40 years earlier.

“A Star is Born”, this third remake of a film of 1937, stayed on the second step of the podium, with 14 million.

With superstar Lady Gaga in the spotlight and actor Bradley Cooper, this feature has won since its release four weeks ago $148.6 million.

This film also marks the debut behind the camera of the actor of “Very bad trip”. Bradley Cooper plays the role of an alcoholic country singer who falls in love with a singer played by Lady Gaga.

“Venom”, exhausted by critics, still attracts the audience and is again in third place, with 10.7 million collected from Friday to Sunday. Since its release four weeks ago in North American theaters, this film produced by Sony pocketed $ 187.2 million.

It’s pumpkin season, sweets and Halloween is a recipe that seduces the North American public: “Goosebumps 2: Halloween ghosts“, is in fourth place. This film, more family than the number 1 box office, tells the discovery by two friends of a puppet malevolent.

It earned $7.3 million this weekend and $38.1 million in three weeks.

Only new movie to enter the top 5 box office, “Hunter Killer”. With Gary Oldman cast, this feature has raised $6.7 million since Friday.

Here is the continuation of the Top 10:

6- “The Hate U Give”, with $ 5.1 million in revenue (18.3 in four weeks of operation)

7- “First man-The first man on the moon”, with $4.9 million (37.9 in three weeks)

8- “Yeti & Company”, with 4.8 million (72.7 in five weeks)

9- “Night School”, with 3.2 million (71.4 in five weeks)

10- “Mid90s”, with 3 million for its first weekend of operation