The Rise of Skywalker Leads Box Office, Rises to $ 725 Worldwide
Lucasfilm's Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker remains top of the box office following its $ 376 million global debut last weekend. Over the weekend, the movie grossed $ 72 million domestically, with an estimated $ 166 million worldwide weekend and a global total of $ 725 million after 12 days. The Rise of Skywalker is the 10th global release of 2019 as well as the 7th of the year domestically.
Sony Pictures' Jumanji: The Next Level retained its second position with a domestic investment of $ 35.3 million over the weekend, totaling $ 175 million domestically and $ 460 million worldwide.
Sony Pictures' Little Women claimed slot # 3 this weekend, opening with $ 16.5 million domestically, totaling $ 29 million domestically and a worldwide sum of $ 30 million. Walt Disney Studios' animated sequel, Frozen II, moved to fourth after receiving $ 16.5 million domestically over the weekend, bringing the domestic sum to $ 421 million and totaling $ 1.2 billion. at the worldwide box office. The movie is now the third largest animated release ever in the world.
Blue Sky Studios' Spies in Disguise debuted at No. 5 this weekend with $ 13.2 million domestic transportation to $ 22 million domestically, with an estimated gross global value of $ 38.1 million. .
Rian Johnson's Knives Out dropped to sixth place this weekend after raising $ 9.7 million domestically, bringing the domestic total to $ 110 million and surpassing $ 200 million worldwide. The A24 Uncut Gems reached # 7 at the box office after receiving $ 9.5 million in the domestic market over the weekend, totaling $ 20 million in domestic revenue. According Variety, the film led by Adam Sandler became the A24's biggest five-day release.