2019 domestic box office

2019 domestic box office DEFAULT

Worldwide Box Office

RankRelease GroupWorldwideDomestic%Foreign%1Avengers: Endgame$2,,,$,,%$1,,,%2The Lion King$1,,,$,,%$1,,,%3Frozen II$1,,,$,,%$,,%4Spider-Man: Far from Home$1,,,$,,%$,,%5Captain Marvel$1,,,$,,%$,,%6Joker$1,,,$,,%$,,%7Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker$1,,,$,,48%$,,52%8Toy Story 4$1,,,$,,%$,,%9Aladdin$1,,,$,,%$,,%10Jumanji: The Next Level$,,$,,40%$,,60%11Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw$,,$,,%$,,%12Ne Zha$,,$3,,%$,,%13The Wandering Earth$,,$5,,%$,,%14How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World$,,$,,%$,,%15Maleficent: Mistress of Evil$,,$,,%$,,%16It Chapter Two$,,$,,%$,,%17My People, My Country$,,$2,,%$,,%18Pokémon Detective Pikachu$,,$,,%$,,%19The Secret Life of Pets 2$,,$,,%$,,%20The Captain$,,$,%$,,%21Alita: Battle Angel$,,$85,,%$,,%22Godzilla: King of the Monsters$,,$,,%$,,%23$,,$,,%$,,%24Once Upon a Time In Hollywood$,,$,,%$,,%25Shazam!$,,$,,%$,,%26Dumbo$,,$,,%$,,%27Crazy Alien$,,--$,,%28John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum$,,$,,%$,,%29Knives Out$,,$,,%$,,%30Terminator: Dark Fate$,,$62,,%$,,%31Parasite$,,$53,,%$,,%32Pegasus$,,--$,,%33Us$,,$,,%$80,,%34Men in Black: International$,,$80,,%$,,%35X-Men: Dark Phoenix$,,$65,,%$,,%36Glass$,,$,,45%$,,55%37The Bravest$,,$,%$,,%38Annabelle Comes Home$,,$74,,%$,,%39Better Days$,,$1,,%$,,%40Ford v Ferrari$,,$,,%$,,%41Little Women$,,$,,%$,,%42The Addams Family$,,$,,%$,,%43Rocketman$,,$96,,%$98,,%44Weathering with You$,,$8,,%$,,%45Downton Abbey$,,$96,,50%$96,,50%46The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part$,,$,,55%$86,,45%47Sheep Without a Shepherd$,,--$,,%48The White Storm 2: Drug Lords$,,$,%$,,%49Abominable$,,$60,,%$,,%50Ip Man 4: The Finale$,,$3,,%$,,%51Gemini Man$,,$48,,28%$,,72%52Spies in Disguise$,,$66,,%$,,%53Hustlers$,,$,,%$52,,%54The Climbers$,,$,%$,,%55Escape Room$,,$57,,%$98,,%56Yesterday$,,$73,,%$81,,%57The Angry Birds Movie 2$,,$41,,%$,,%58Angel Has Fallen$,,$69,,%$77,,%59Ad Astra$,,$50,,%$77,,%60Midway$,,$56,,%$70,,%61The Upside$,,$,,86%$17,,14%62The Curse of La Llorona$,,$54,,%$68,,%63Looking Up$,,$84,64Zombieland: Double Tap$,,$73,,%$49,,%65Last Christmas$,,$35,,%$86,,%66Extreme Job$,,$1,,%$,,%67Dora and the Lost City of Gold$,,$60,,%$59,,%68Wonder Park$,,$45,,%$74,,%69P Storm$,,$,%$,,%70Detective Conan: The Fist of Blue Sapphire$,,--$,,%71The Gentlemen$,,$36,,%$78,,%72Pet Sematary$,,$54,,%$58,,%73Boonie Bears: Blast Into the Past$,,--$,,%74Good Boys$,,$83,,%$27,,%75Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark$,,$68,,%$35,,%76Line Walker 2: Invisible Spy$99,,$,%$99,,%77The New King of Comedy$95,,--$95,,%78The Hustle$95,,$35,,%$59,,%79Adoring$94,,--$94,,%80Crawl$91,,$39,,%$52,,%81Five Feet Apart$91,,$45,,50%$45,,50%82Rambo: Last Blood$91,,$44,,49%$46,,51%83Jojo Rabbit$90,,$33,,%$56,,%84One Piece: Stampede$81,,$1,,%$80,,%85A Dog's Way Home$80,,$42,,52%$38,,48%86Cold Pursuit$76,,$32,,%$44,,%87A Dog's Journey$75,,$22,,%$52,,%88A Madea Family Funeral$74,,$73,,98%$1,,2%89Cats$73,,$27,,%$46,,%90Charlie's Angels$73,,$17,,%$55,,%91Serial (Bad) Weddings 2$72,,--$72,,%92Doctor Sleep$72,,$31,,%$40,,%93What Men Want$72,,$54,,%$17,,%94After$69,,$12,,%$57,,%95Exit$69,,$,%$69,,%96Playing with Fire$69,,$44,,64%$24,,36%97A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood$67,,$61,,%$6,,%98War$67,,$4,,%$62,,%99Eiga Doraemon: Nobita no getsumen tansaki$65,,--$65,,%Happy Death Day 2U$64,,$28,,%$36,,%White Snake$61,,$34,Bombshell$61,,$31,,%$29,,%Ashfall$61,,$,%$60,,%Ma$61,,$45,,%$15,,%My Best Summer$60,,--$60,,%Ready or Not$57,,$28,,%$28,,%Jade Dynasty$57,,--$57,,%Das perfekte Geheimnis$56,,--$56,,%The Big Shot$56,,--$56,,%Hellboy$55,,$21,,%$33,,%Long Shot$53,,$30,,%$23,,%Kingdom$50,,--$50,,%Breakthrough$50,,$40,,%$9,,%Just Mercy$50,,$36,,%$14,,%Uncut Gems$50,,$50,,%--21 Bridges$49,,$28,,%$21,,%Song of Youth$49,,--$49,,%The Grudge$49,,$21,,%$28,,%Little$48,,$40,,%$8,,%Isn't It Romantic$48,,$48,,%--The Legend of Hei$48,,--$48,,%Countdown$48,,$25,,%$22,,%Midsommar$47,,$27,,%$20,,%Queen & Slim$47,,$43,,%$4,,%47 Meters Down: Uncaged$47,,$22,,%$25,,%Chasing the Dragon II: Wild Wild Bunch$45,,$,%$45,,%Judy$45,,$24,,%$21,,%Child's Play$44,,$29,,65%$15,,35%Son of a Rich$43,,--$43,,%Richard Jewell$43,,$22,,%$21,,%Harriet$43,,$43,,%$,%A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon$43,,--$43,,%Fighting with My Family$40,,$22,,%$17,,%Masquerade Hotel$40,,--$40,,%The Last Wish$39,,--$39,,%Uri: The Surgical Strike$39,,$4,,%$35,,%Overcomer$38,,$34,,%$3,,%Pain and Glory$37,,$4,,%$32,,%A Witness Out of the Blue$37,,--$37,,%The Intruder$36,,$35,,%$1,,%The Queen's Corgi$35,,--$35,,%Warrior of the Hornor$34,,--$34,,%The Battle: Roar to Victory$34,,--$34,,%The Bad Guys: The Movie$34,,$,%$33,,%The Good Liar$33,,$17,,%$16,,%The Art of Racing in the Rain$33,,$26,,%$7,,%Bharat$33,,$2,,9%$30,,91%Brightburn$32,,$17,,%$15,,%Fly Me to the Saitama$32,,--$32,,%UglyDolls$32,,$20,,%$12,,%Stuber$32,,$22,,%$10,,%Hit Me Anyone One More Time!$32,,--$32,,%Somewhere Winter$32,,--$32,,%The Kid Who Would Be King$32,,$16,,%$15,,%Two Tigers$32,,--$32,,%Anna$31,,$7,,%$23,,%My Dear Liar$31,,$90,%$31,,%The Wild Goose Lake$31,,$12,My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising$29,,$13,,%$16,,%Fall In Love At First Kiss$29,,--$29,,%Gully Boy$28,,$5,,%$22,,%Kim Ji-young: Born $27,,--$27,,%Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back - Evolution$27,,--$27,,%Almost a Comedy$26,,--$26,,%Total Dhamaal$26,,$2,,%$24,,%Missing Link$26,,$16,,%$9,,%No Manches Frida 2$26,,$9,,35%$17,,65%The Confidence Man JP$26,,--$26,,%The Confidence Man JP: The Movie$25,,--$25,,%The Gangster, the Cop, the Devil$25,,$,%$25,,%Bodies at Rest$25,,--$25,,%Booksmart$24,,$22,,%$2,,%Super 30$24,,$2,,%$22,,%Skyfire$24,,$1,Start-Up$24,,--$24,,%Pinocchio$23,,$1,,%$22,,%The Peanut Butter Falcon$23,,$20,,%$3,,%Little White Lies 2$23,,--$23,,%Ossan's Love: Love or Dead$23,,--$23,,%Only Cloud Knows$23,,--$23,,%Dark Waters$23,,$11,,%$11,,%The Farewell$23,,$17,,%$5,,%The Knight of Shadows: Between Yin and Yang$22,,--$22,,%Black and Blue$22,,$22,,97%$,3%Late Night$22,,$15,,%$6,,%A Rainy Day in New York$22,,--$22,,%Crazy Romance$21,,--$21,,%Shaft$21,,$21,,%--Unplanned$21,,$19,,89%$2,,11%Hotel Mumbai$21,,$9,,%$11,,%Integrity$21,,--$21,,%The Secret Mission$21,,--$21,,%This Is Tomas$20,,--$20,,%The Specials$19,,--$19,,%Always Miss You$19,,$91,%$18,,%An Officer and a Spy$18,,--$18,,%Crayon Shin-chan: Honeymoon Hurricane - The Lost Hiroshi$18,,--$18,,%Greta$18,,$10,,%$8,,%Peppa Celebrates Chinese New Year$18,,$,%$18,,%Black Christmas$18,,$10,,%$8,,%
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Top Movies at the Domestic Box Office

1Avengers: EndgameWalt Disney$,,$,,4,2The Lion KingWalt Disney$,,$,,4,3Star Wars: The Rise of SkywalkerWalt Disney$,,$,,4,4Frozen IIWalt Disney$,,$,,4,5Toy Story 4Walt Disney$,,$,,4,6Captain MarvelWalt Disney$,,$,,4,7Spider-Man: Far From HomeSony Pict…$,,$92,,4,8AladdinWalt Disney$,,$91,,4,9JokerWarner Bros.$,,$96,,4,10Jumanji: The Next LevelSony Pict…$,,$59,,4,11It: Chapter TwoWarner Bros.$,,$91,,4,12UsUniversal$,,$71,,3,13Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & ShawUniversal$,,$60,,4,14John Wick: Chapter 3 — ParabellumLionsgate$,,$56,,3,15Knives OutLionsgate$,,$26,,3,16How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden WorldUniversal$,,$55,,4,17Universal$,,$,3,18The Secret Life of Pets 2Universal$,,$46,,4,19Pokémon: Detective PikachuWarner Bros.$,,$54,,4,20Once Upon a Time…in HollywoodSony Pict…$,,$41,,3,21Shazam!Warner Bros.$,,$53,,4,22Ford v. Ferrari20th Cent…$,,$31,,3,23DumboWalt Disney$,,$45,,4,24Maleficent: Mistress of EvilWalt Disney$,,$36,,3,25GlassUniversal$,,$40,,3,26Godzilla: King of the MonstersWarner Bros.$,,$47,,4,27The UpsideSTX Enter…$,,$20,,3,28Little WomenSony Pict…$,,$16,,3,29The LEGO Movie 2: The Second PartWarner Bros.$,,$34,,4,30HustlersSTX Enter…$,,$33,,3,31The Addams FamilyUnited Ar…$97,,$30,,4,32Downton AbbeyFocus Fea…$96,,$31,,3,33RocketmanParamount…$96,,$25,,3,34Alita: Battle Angel20th Cent…$85,,$28,,3,35Good BoysUniversal$83,,$21,,3,36Men in Black: InternationalSony Pict…$80,,$30,,4,37Annabelle Comes HomeWarner Bros.$74,,$20,,3,38YesterdayUniversal$73,,$17,,2,39Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family FuneralLionsgate$73,,$27,,2,40Zombieland: Double TapSony Pict…$73,,$26,,3,41Angel Has FallenLionsgate$69,,$21,,3,42Scary Stories to Tell in the DarkLionsgate$68,,$20,,3,43Spies in Disguise20th Cent…$66,,$13,,3,44Dark Phoenix20th Cent…$65,,$32,,3,45Terminator: Dark FateParamount…$62,,$29,,4,46A Beautiful Day in the NeighborhoodSony Pict…$61,,$13,,3,47AbominableUniversal$60,,$20,,4,48Dora and the Lost City of GoldParamount…$60,,$17,,3,49Escape RoomSony Pict…$57,,$18,,2,50MidwayLionsgate$56,,$17,,3,51The Curse of La LloronaWarner Bros.$54,,$26,,3,52Pet SemataryParamount…$54,,$24,,3,53What Men WantParamount…$54,,$18,,2,54GisaengchungNeon$53,,$,2,55Ad Astra20th Cent…$50,,$19,,3,56Uncut GemsA24$50,,$,2,57Isn’t it RomanticWarner Bros.$48,,$14,,3,58Gemini ManParamount…$48,,$20,,3,59MAUniversal$45,,$18,,2,60Five Feet ApartLionsgate$45,,$13,,2,61Wonder ParkParamount…$45,,$15,,3,62Rambo: Last BloodLionsgate$44,,$18,,3,63Playing with FireParamount…$44,,$12,,3,64Queen & SlimUniversal$43,,$11,,1,65HarrietFocus Fea…$43,,$11,,2,66A Dog’s Way HomeSony Pict…$41,,$11,,3,67The Angry Birds Movie 2Sony Pict…$41,,$10,,3,68LittleUniversal$40,,$15,,2,69Breakthrough20th Cent…$40,,$11,,2,70CrawlParamount…$39,,$12,,3,71Just MercyWarner Bros.$36,,$,2,72The HustleUnited Ar…$35,,$13,,3,73The IntruderSony Pict…$35,,$10,,2,74Last ChristmasUniversal$35,,$11,,3,75OvercomerSony Pict…$34,,$8,,2,76Jojo RabbitFox Searc…$33,,$,1,77Cold PursuitLionsgate$32,,$11,,2,78BombshellLionsgate$31,,$,1,79Doctor SleepWarner Bros.$31,,$14,,3,80Dragon Ball Super: BrolyFUNimation$30,,$9,,1,81Long ShotLionsgate$30,,$9,,3,82Child’s PlayUnited Ar…$29,,$14,,3,83Ready or NotFox Searc…$28,,$8,,2,8421 BridgesSTX Enter…$28,,$9,,2,85Happy Death Day 2UUniversal$28,,$9,,3,86MidsommarA24$27,,$6,,2,87CatsUniversal$27,,$6,,3,88The Art of Racing in the Rain20th Cent…$26,,$8,,2,89CountdownSTX Enter…$25,,$8,,2,90JudyRoadside …$24,,$2,,1,91Fighting With My FamilyMGM$22,,$,2,92A Dog’s JourneyUniversal$22,,$8,,3,93BooksmartUnited Ar…$22,,$6,,2,94Stuber20th Cent…$22,,$8,,3,95Richard JewellWarner Bros.$22,,$4,,2,9647 Meters Down: UncagedEntertain…$22,,$8,,2,97Black and BlueSony Pict…$22,,$8,,2,98HellboyLionsgate$21,,$12,,3,99ShaftWarner Bros.$21,,$8,,2,The Peanut Butter FalconRoadside …$20,,$,1,
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Domestic Box Office Weeklies For

DatesTop 10 Gross%± LWOverall Gross%± LWReleases#1 ReleaseGenreBudgetRunning TimeWeekLong WeekendDec Jan 2, $,,%$,,%79Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker---52falseDec $,,+%$,,+%81Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker---51falseDec $,,+%$,,+30%96Jumanji: The Next Level---50falseDec $,,%$,,%Frozen II---49falseNov Dec 5$,,%$,,%94Frozen II---48falseNov $,,+%$,,+%Frozen II---47falseNov $,,%$,,%Ford v Ferrari---46falseNov $,,+%$,,+%Midway---45falseNov $,,+%$,,+%Terminator: Dark Fate---44falseOct $,,%$,,%Joker---43falseOct $,,%$,,%Maleficent: Mistress of Evil---42falseOct $,,%$,,%Joker---41falseOct $,,+%$,,+%Joker---40falseSep Oct 3$,,%$,,%Abominable---39falseSep $,,+%$,,+%Downton Abbey---38falseSep $,,%$,,%It Chapter Two---37falseSep $,,+%$,,+%It Chapter Two---36falseAug Sep 5$98,,%$,,%Angel Has Fallen---35falseAug $,,%$,,%Angel Has Fallen---34falseAug $,,%$,,%Good Boys---33falseAug $,,%$,,%Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw---32falseAug $,,%$,,%Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw---31falseJul Aug 1$,,%$,,%The Lion King---30falseJul $,,+%$,,+%The Lion King---29falseJul $,,%$,,%Spider-Man: Far from Home---28falseJul $,,%$,,%Spider-Man: Far from Home---27falseJun Jul 4$,,+4%$,,+%Toy Story 4---26falseJun $,,+%$,,+%Toy Story 4---25falseJun $,,%$,,%Men in Black: International---24falseJun $,,%$,,%The Secret Life of Pets 2---23falseMay Jun 6$,,%$,,%Aladdin---22falseMay $,,+%$,,+%Aladdin---21falseMay $,,%$,,%John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum---20falseMay $,,%$,,%Avengers: Endgame---19falseMay $,,%$,,%Avengers: Endgame---18falseApr May 2$,,+%$,,+%Avengers: Endgame---17falseApr $,,%$,,%The Curse of La Llorona---16falseApr $,,%$,,%Shazam!---15falseApr $,,+%$,,+%Shazam!---14falseMar Apr 4$,,%$,,%Dumbo---13falseMar $,,+%$,,+%Us---12falseMar $,,%$,,%Captain Marvel---11falseMar $,,+%$,,+%Captain Marvel---10falseMar $,,%$,,%How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World---9falseFeb $,,%$,,%99How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World---8falseFeb $,,+%$,,+%Alita: Battle Angel---7falseFeb $,,+%$,,+%The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part---6falseFeb $69,,%$,,%94Glass---5falseJan $97,,%$,,%93Glass---4falseJan $,,+17%$,,+%92Glass---3falseJan $,,%$,,%92The Upside---2falseJan $,,%$,,%98Aquaman---1false
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List of box office number-one films in the United States

#Weekend end date Film Gross Notes Refs1January 6, Aquaman$31,,Aquaman's worldwide gross ($ million) surpassed Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice ($ million) as the highest-grossing film globally in the DC Extended Universe. Its international gross ($ million) also surpassed The Dark Knight Rises' ($ million) as the highest grossing international gross for a film based on a DC Comics property.[2]2January 13, The Upside$20,,Aquaman became the first film in the DC Extended Universe to gross $1 billion worldwide.[3]3January 20, Glass$40,,[4][5]4January 27, $18,,During the weekend, Aquaman's worldwide total ($ billion) surpassed The Dark Knight Rises ($ billion) as the all-time highest-grossing film based on a DC Comics property.[6]5February 3, $9,,Glass became the first film in to top the box office for three consecutive weekends.[7]6February 10, The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part$34,,[8]7February 17, Alita: Battle Angel$28,,[9][10]8February 24, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World$55,,[11]9March 3, $30,,[12]10March 10, Captain Marvel$,,Captain Marvel broke Wonder Woman's record ($ million) for the highest weekend debut for a female directed film.[13]11March 17, $67,,[14]12March 24, Us$71,,Us broke Ted's record ($ million) for the highest opening for an original R-rated film and A Quiet Place's record ($ million) for the highest opening for an original horror film.[15]13March 31, Dumbo$45,,[16]14April 7, Shazam!$53,,[17]15April 14, $24,,[18]16April 21, The Curse of La Llorona$26,,[19][20]17April 28, Avengers: Endgame$,,Avengers: Endgame's $60 million gross from Thursday night preview showings broke Star Wars: The Force Awakens' record ($57 million) for the highest gross from Thursday night gross of all-time. Its opening day gross of $ million broke Star Wars: The Force Awakens' record ($ million) for the highest single and opening day gross of all-time. It also broke Avengers: Infinity War's records ($ million) for the highest weekend debut in April, for a spring release, a superhero film, a 3D film, a PGrated film, and of all-time. It also became the first film to gross over $ million for an opening weekend and had the highest weekend debut of Its $ billion worldwide opening weekend broke Avengers: Infinity War's records ($ million) for the highest worldwide opening weekend debut for a comic book film and of all-time. It also broke Avengers: Infinity War's record (11 days) for the fastest film to reach $1 billion worldwide, doing so in 5 days.[21]18May 5, $,,Avengers: Endgame broke Avatar's record (47 days) for the fastest film to reach $2 billion worldwide, doing so in 11 days.[22]19May 12, $63,,Avengers: Endgame ($ million) surpassed Black Panther ($ million) as the highest grossing superhero film domestically. In second place, Detective Pikachu's $ million opening weekend broke Lara Croft: Tomb Raider's record ($ million) for the highest weekend debut for a video game adaptation.[23]20May 19, John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum$56,,[24]21May 26, Aladdin$91,,[25][26]22June 2, Godzilla: King of the Monsters$47,,[27]23June 9, The Secret Life of Pets 2$46,,[28]24June 16, Men in Black: International$30,,[29]25June 23, Toy Story 4$,,Toy Story 4 broke Toy Story 3's record ($ million) for the highest weekend debut for a G-rated film. Its worldwide opening weekend ($ million) broke Incredibles 2's record ($ million) for the highest worldwide opening weekend for an animated film.[30]26June 30, $59,,[31]27July 7, Spider-Man: Far From Home$92,,Spider-Man: Far From Home's $ million opening day gross broke The Amazing Spider-Man's record ($35 million) for the highest Tuesday gross of all time.[32]28July 14, $45,,[33]29July 21, The Lion King$,,The Lion King's opening day gross of $ million broke Incredibles 2's record ($ million) for the highest opening day gross for an animated film. It also broke Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2's record ($ million) for the highest weekend debut in July, Incredibles 2's records ($ million) for the highest weekend debut for an animated film and a PG-rated film as well as Beauty and the Beast's record ($ million) for the highest weekend debut for a musical film. During the weekend, Avengers: Endgame ($ billion) surpassed Avatar ($ billion) as the highest-grossing film worldwide of all time.[34]30July 28, $76,,[35]31August 4, Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw$60,,[36]32August 11, $25,,[37]33August 18, Good Boys$21,,[38]34August 25, Angel Has Fallen$21,,[39]35September 1, $11,,[40][41]36September 8, It Chapter Two$91,,[42]37September 15, $39,,[43]38September 22, Downton Abbey$31,,[44]39September 29, Abominable$20,,[45]40October 6, Joker$96,,Joker broke Venom's record ($ million) for the highest weekend debut in October.[46]41October 13, $55,,[47][48]42October 20, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil$36,,[49]43October 27, $19,,Initial estimates had Joker ahead of Maleficent: Mistress of Evil. Joker's ($ million) worldwide total broke Deadpool 2's record ($ million) for the highest grossing R-rated film worldwide.[50]44November 3, Terminator: Dark Fate$29,,[51]45November 10, Midway$17,,[52]46November 17, Ford v Ferrari$31,,During the week, Joker became the first R-rated film to gross $1 billion worldwide.[53]47November 24, Frozen II$,,Frozen II broke Zootopia's record ($75 million) for the highest weekend debut for a Walt Disney Animation Studios film. Its worldwide opening weekend ($ million) broke Toy Story 4's record ($ million) for the highest worldwide opening weekend for an animated film.[54]48December 1, $85,,Frozen II broke The Hunger Games: Catching Fire's record ($ million) for the highest Thanksgiving weekend ever and Incredibles 2's record ($ million) for the highest second weekend gross for an animated film.[55]49December 8, $35,,Frozen II became the first animated film since Ralph Breaks the Internet to top the box office for three consecutive weekends.[56]50December 15, Jumanji: The Next Level$59,,During the weekend, Frozen II reached $ billion worldwide, becoming the tenth animated film to reach the billion-dollar mark and the 45th in overall to do so.[57][58]51December 22, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker$,,[59]52December 29, $72,,[60]
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Box 2019 office domestic

Domestic Box Office For

RankReleaseGenreBudgetRunning TimeGrossTheatersTotal GrossRelease DateDistributorEstimated1Avengers: Endgame---$,,4,$,,Apr 26Walt Disney Studios Motion Picturesfalse2The Lion King---$,,4,$,,Jul 19Walt Disney Studios Motion Picturesfalse3Toy Story 4---$,,4,$,,Jun 21Walt Disney Studios Motion Picturesfalse4Frozen II---$,,4,$,,Nov 22Walt Disney Studios Motion Picturesfalse5Captain Marvel---$,,4,$,,Mar 8Walt Disney Studios Motion Picturesfalse6Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker---$,,4,$,,Dec 20Walt Disney Studios Motion Picturesfalse7Spider-Man: Far from Home---$,,4,$,,Jul 2Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)false8Aladdin---$,,4,$,,May 24Walt Disney Studios Motion Picturesfalse9Joker---$,,4,$,,Oct 4Warner Bros.false10It Chapter Two---$,,4,$,,Sep 6Warner Bros.false11Jumanji: The Next Level---$,,4,$,,Dec 13Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)false12Us---$,,3,$,,Mar 22Universal Picturesfalse13Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw---$,,4,$,,Aug 2Universal Picturesfalse14John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum---$,,3,$,,May 17Lionsgatefalse15How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World---$,,4,$,,Feb 22Universal Picturesfalse16The Secret Life of Pets 2---$,,4,$,,Jun 7Universal Picturesfalse17Pokémon Detective Pikachu---$,,4,$,,May 10Warner Bros.false18Once Upon a Time In Hollywood---$,,3,$,,Jul 26Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)false19Shazam!---$,,4,$,,Apr 5Warner Bros.false20Aquaman---$,,4,$,,Dec 21Warner Bros.false21Knives Out---$,,3,$,,Nov 27Lionsgatefalse22Dumbo---$,,4,$,,Mar 29Walt Disney Studios Motion Picturesfalse23Maleficent: Mistress of Evil---$,,3,$,,Oct 18Walt Disney Studios Motion Picturesfalse24Glass---$,,3,$,,Jan 18Universal Picturesfalse25Godzilla: King of the Monsters---$,,4,$,,May 31Warner Bros.false26The Upside---$,,3,$,,Jan 11STX Entertainmentfalse27Ford v Ferrari---$,,3,$,,Nov 15Twentieth Century Foxfalse28The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part---$,,4,$,,Feb 8Warner Bros.false29Hustlers---$,,3,$,,Sep 13STX Entertainmentfalse30The Addams Family---$97,,4,$,,Oct 11United Artists Releasingfalse31Downton Abbey---$96,,3,$96,,Sep 20Focus Featuresfalse32Rocketman---$96,,3,$96,,May 31Paramount Picturesfalse33Alita: Battle Angel---$85,,3,$85,,Feb 14Twentieth Century Foxfalse34Good Boys---$83,,3,$83,,Aug 16Universal Picturesfalse35Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse---$82,,3,$,,Dec 14Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)false36Men in Black: International---$80,,4,$80,,Jun 14Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)false37Annabelle Comes Home---$74,,3,$74,,Jun 26Warner Bros.false38Yesterday---$73,,2,$73,,Jun 28Universal Picturesfalse39A Madea Family Funeral---$73,,2,$73,,Mar 1Lionsgatefalse40Zombieland: Double Tap---$72,,3,$73,,Oct 18Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)false41Angel Has Fallen---$69,,3,$69,,Aug 23Lionsgatefalse42Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark---$68,,3,$68,,Aug 9Lionsgatefalse43Mary Poppins Returns---$66,,4,$,,Dec 19Walt Disney Studios Motion Picturesfalse44X-Men: Dark Phoenix---$65,,3,$65,,Jun 7Twentieth Century Foxfalse45Terminator: Dark Fate---$62,,4,$62,,Nov 1Paramount Picturesfalse46Abominable---$60,,4,$60,,Sep 27Universal Picturesfalse47Dora and the Lost City of Gold---$60,,3,$60,,Aug 9Paramount Picturesfalse48Escape Room---$57,,2,$57,,Jan 4Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)false49A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood---$56,,3,$61,,Nov 22Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)false50Midway---$56,,3,$56,,Nov 8Lionsgatefalse51Bumblebee---$55,,3,$,,Dec 21Paramount Picturesfalse52The Curse of La Llorona---$54,,3,$54,,Apr 19Warner Bros.false53Pet Sematary---$54,,3,$54,,Apr 5Paramount Picturesfalse54What Men Want---$54,,2,$54,,Feb 8Paramount Picturesfalse55Green Book---$52,,2,$85,,Nov 16Universal Picturesfalse56Ad Astra---$50,,3,$50,,Sep 20Twentieth Century Foxfalse57Isn't It Romantic---$48,,3,$48,,Feb 13Warner Bros.false58Gemini Man---$48,,3,$48,,Oct 11Paramount Picturesfalse59Ma---$45,,2,$45,,May 31Universal Picturesfalse60Five Feet Apart---$45,,2,$45,,Mar 15Lionsgatefalse61Wonder Park---$45,,3,$45,,Mar 15Paramount Picturesfalse62Rambo: Last Blood---$44,,3,$44,,Sep 20Lionsgatefalse63Playing with Fire---$44,,3,$44,,Nov 8Paramount Picturesfalse64Harriet---$42,,2,$43,,Nov 1Focus Featuresfalse65A Dog's Way Home---$42,,3,$42,,Jan 11Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)false66The Angry Birds Movie 2---$41,,3,$41,,Aug 13Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)false67Little---$40,,2,$40,,Apr 12Universal Picturesfalse68Queen & Slim---$40,,1,$43,,Nov 27Universal Picturesfalse69Breakthrough---$40,,2,$40,,Apr 17Twentieth Century Foxfalse70The Mule---$39,,3,$,,Dec 14Warner Bros.false71Crawl---$39,,3,$39,,Jul 12Paramount Picturesfalse72Little Women---$37,,3,$,,Dec 25Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)false73The Intruder---$35,,2,$35,,May 3Screen Gemsfalse74The Hustle---$35,,3,$35,,May 10United Artists Releasingfalse75Last Christmas---$35,,3,$35,,Nov 8Universal Picturesfalse76Overcomer---$34,,2,$34,,Aug 23Affirm Filmsfalse77Cold Pursuit---$32,,2,$32,,Feb 8Lionsgatefalse78Doctor Sleep---$31,,3,$31,,Nov 8Warner Bros.false79Dragon Ball Super: Broly---$30,,1,$30,,Jan 16FUNimation Entertainmentfalse80Long Shot---$30,,3,$30,,May 3Lionsgatefalse81Spies in Disguise---$29,,3,$66,,Dec 25Twentieth Century Foxfalse82Child's Play---$29,,3,$29,,Jun 21United Artists Releasingfalse83Ready or Not---$28,,2,$28,,Aug 21Fox Searchlight Picturesfalse84Happy Death Day 2U---$28,,3,$28,,Feb 13Universal Picturesfalse85Vice---$28,,2,$47,,Dec 25Annapurna Picturesfalse8621 Bridges---$27,,2,$28,,Nov 22STX Entertainmentfalse87Midsommar---$27,,2,$27,,Jul 3A24false88Bohemian Rhapsody---$26,,4,$,,Nov 2Twentieth Century Foxfalse89The Art of Racing in the Rain---$26,,2,$26,,Aug 9Twentieth Century Foxfalse90Countdown---$25,,2,$25,,Oct 25STX Entertainmentfalse91Uncut Gems---$25,,2,$50,,Dec 13A24false92Judy---$24,,1,$24,,Sep 27Roadside Attractionsfalse93Ralph Breaks the Internet---$23,,4,$,,Nov 21Walt Disney Studios Motion Picturesfalse94Fighting with My Family---$22,,2,$22,,Feb 14Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)false95On the Basis of Sex---$22,,1,$24,,Dec 25Focus Featuresfalse96A Dog's Journey---$22,,3,$22,,May 17Universal Picturesfalse97Booksmart---$22,,2,$22,,May 24United Artists Releasingfalse98Parasite---$22,,2,$53,,Oct 11Neonfalse99Stuber---$22,,3,$22,,Jul 12Twentieth Century Foxfalse47 Meters Down: Uncaged---$22,,2,$22,,Aug 16Entertainment Studios Motion PicturesfalseBlack and Blue---$22,,2,$22,,Oct 25Screen GemsfalseHellboy---$21,,3,$21,,Apr 12LionsgatefalseShaft---$21,,2,$21,,Jun 14Warner Bros.falseJojo Rabbit---$21,,1,$33,,Oct 18Fox Searchlight PicturesfalseThe Peanut Butter Falcon---$20,,1,$20,,Aug 9Roadside AttractionsfalseUglyDolls---$20,,3,$20,,May 3STX EntertainmentfalseCats---$19,,3,$27,,Dec 20Universal PicturesfalseUnplanned---$19,,1,$19,,Mar 29Pure Flix EntertainmentfalseThe Favourite---$18,,1,$34,,Nov 23Fox Searchlight PicturesfalseBombshell---$18,,1,$31,,Dec 13LionsgatefalseRichard Jewell---$17,,2,$22,,Dec 13Warner Bros.falseCharlie's Angels---$17,,3,$17,,Nov 15Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)falseThe Farewell---$17,,$17,,Jul 12A24falseBrightburn---$17,,2,$17,,May 24Screen GemsfalseThe Good Liar---
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TOP 5: Box Office (US) Weekend October 4-6 - Charts 2019

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MonthDateNameAgeNationalityProfessionFilms January1Ivo Gregurević66CroatianActor2Bob Einstein76AmericanActor, Director4Ivan Bortnik79RussianActor4Louisa Moritz82Cuban-AmericanActress6Gregg Rudloff63AmericanSound Mixer6W. Morgan Sheppard86EnglishActor9Verna Bloom80AmericanActress9Paul Koslo74German-CanadianActor9Paolo Paoloni89ItalianActor11Fernando Luján79MexicanActor12Etsuko Ichihara82JapaneseActress15Bill Anagnos60AmericanStuntman15Carol Channing97AmericanActress15Miodrag Radovanović89SerbianActor17Windsor Davies88WelshActor17Daniel C. Striepeke88AmericanMakeup Artist19Muriel Pavlow97EnglishActress21Kaye Ballard93AmericanActress22James Frawley82AmericanDirector, Actor23Jonas Mekas96Lithuanian-AmericanDocumentarian24Dušan Makavejev86SerbianDirector, Screenwriter26Michel Legrand86FrenchComposer30Dick Miller90AmericanActorFebruary1Clive Swift82EnglishActor3Julie Adams92AmericanActress3Carmen Duncan76AustralianActress3Kristoff St. John52AmericanActor4Nita Bieber92AmericanActress7Albert Finney82EnglishActor9Ron W. Miller85AmericanProducer, Executive10Carmen Argenziano75AmericanActor10Mario Bernardo99ItalianCinematographer10Jan-Michael Vincent74AmericanActor12Vijaya Bapineedu82IndianDirector13Marisa Solinas79ItalianActress, Singer16Bruno Ganz77SwissActor19Giulio Brogi83ItalianActor20Chelo Alonso85CubanActress20Claude Goretta89SwissDirector20Vinny Vella72AmericanActor21Stanley Donen94AmericanDirector21Peter Tork77AmericanActor, Singer22Morgan Woodward93AmericanActor23Katherine Helmond89AmericanActress24Paul Blackwell64AustralianActor27Nathaniel Taylor80AmericanActor28André Previn89German-AmericanComposerMarch2Med Hondo82MauritanianDirector, Actor4Luke Perry52AmericanActor5Susan Harrison80AmericanActress5Jacques Loussier84FrenchComposer7Pino Caruso84ItalianActor7William J. Creber87AmericanProduction Designer7Sidney Sheinberg84AmericanProducer, Executive9Vladimir Etush96RussianActor16Richard Erdman93AmericanActor16Barbara Hammer79AmericanDirector, Documentarian16Tom Hatten92AmericanActor18John Carl Buechler66AmericanDirector, Makeup Artist21Pyotr Zaychenko75RussianActor23Larry Cohen82AmericanDirector, Screenwriter23Denise DuBarry63AmericanActress24Joseph Pilato70AmericanActor29Shane Rimmer89CanadianActor29Agnès Varda90Belgian-FrenchDirector, ScreenwriterApril2Mahendran79IndianDirector, Screenwriter3Jerzy Wójcik88PolishCinematographer4Barry Malkin80AmericanFilm Editor4Roberta Haynes91AmericanActress5Nadja Regin87SerbianActress7Seymour Cassel84AmericanActor12Georgia Engel70AmericanActress12John McEnery75EnglishActor13Norman Garwood73EnglishProduction Designer14Bibi Andersson83SwedishActress16Fay McKenzieAmericanActress20David V. Picker87AmericanProducer, Executive21Steve Golin64AmericanProducer21Ken Kercheval83AmericanActor23Mark Medoff79AmericanScreenwriter23Terry Rawlings85EnglishFilm Editor23David Winters80English-AmericanActor, Director24Jean-Pierre Marielle87FrenchActor26Jessie Lawrence Ferguson76AmericanActor28John Singleton51AmericanDirector, Screenwriter30Anémone68FrenchActress30Peter Mayhew74English-AmericanActorMay1Alessandra Panaro79ItalianActress2Chris Reccardi54AmericanAnimator5Barbara Perry97AmericanActress9Allene Roberts90AmericanActress9Alvin Sargent92AmericanScreenwriter11Jean-Claude Brisseau74FrenchDirector, Screenwriter11Peggy Lipton72AmericanActress12Machiko Kyō95JapaneseActress13Doris Day97AmericanActress, Singer14Tim Conway85AmericanActor17Rallapalli73IndianActor18Analía Gadé87ArgentineActress26Stephen Thorne84EnglishActor28Carmine Caridi85AmericanActor29Peggy Stewart95AmericanActressJune2Alistair Browning65New ZealandActor3Paul Darrow78EnglishActor7Narciso Ibáñez Serrador83SpanishDirector, Screenwriter9Ma Ju-lung80TaiwaneseActor11Valeria Valeri97ItalianActress12Sylvia Miles94AmericanActress13Edith González54MexicanActress15Franco Zeffirelli96ItalianDirector, Screenwriter20Eddie Garcia90FilipinoActor21William Simons78WelshActor24Billy Drago73AmericanActor25Bruno de Keyzer69FrenchCinematographer25Bryan Marshall81EnglishActor26Édith Scob81FrenchActress26Max Wright75AmericanActor28Paul Benjamin81AmericanActor29Jeon Mi-seon48South KoreanActressJuly1Ennio Guarnieri88ItalianCinematographer3Glyn Houston93WelshActor3Arte Johnson90AmericanActor4Eduardo Fajardo94SpanishActor4Arturo Fernández90SpanishActor5Ugo Gregoretti88ItalianActor, Director5Pierre Lhomme89FrenchCinematographer6Cameron Boyce20AmericanActor7Artur BraunerGermanProducer9Freddie Jones91EnglishActor9Rip Torn88AmericanActor10Valentina Cortese96ItalianActress10Denise Nickerson62AmericanActress13Richard Carter65AustralianActor18David Hedison92AmericanActor19Rutger Hauer75DutchActor19Jeremy Kemp84EnglishActor20Ilaria Occhini85ItalianActress25Giorgio Arlorio90ItalianScreenwriter26Russi Taylor75AmericanVoice Actress28Ruth de Souza98BrazilianActress28George Hilton85UruguayanActor31Raffaele Pisu94ItalianActor31Harold Prince91AmericanDirector, ProducerAugust1D. A. Pennebaker94AmericanDocumentarian1Barrington Pheloung65AustralianComposer8Jean-Pierre Mocky86FrenchDirector, Actor, Screenwriter10Piero Tosi92ItalianCostume Designer11Gordan Mihić80SerbianScreenwriter16Peter Fonda79AmericanActor, Screenwriter16Anna Quayle86EnglishActress16Richard Williams86CanadianAnimator, Animation Director18Encarna Paso88SpanishActress23Carlo Delle Piane83ItalianActor25Mona Lisa97FilipinaActress28Michel Aumont82FrenchActor30Valerie Harper80AmericanActressSeptember3Carol Lynley77AmericanActress7Robert Axelrod70AmericanActor7Al Carmichael90AmericanStuntman8John Wesley72AmericanActor11Mardik Martin82AmericanScreenwriter13Eddie Money70AmericanMusician15Phyllis Newman86AmericanActress15Ric Ocasek75AmericanMusician19Charles Gérard92FrenchActor20Jan Merlin94AmericanActor21Sid Haig80AmericanActor22Boriss Teterevs63LatvianProducer27Rob Garrison59AmericanActor28Mark Zakharov85RussianDirector, Playwright30Wayne Fitzgerald89AmericanTitle DesignerOctober1Eric Pleskow95AustrianProducer, Executive4Diahann Carroll84AmericanActress, Singer4Stephen Moore81EnglishActor6Vlasta Chramostová92CzechActress6Rip Taylor84AmericanActor9John W. Corso89AmericanProduction Designer10Marie-José Nat79FrenchActress11Robert Forster78AmericanActor12Carlo Croccolo92ItalianActor17Bill Macy97AmericanActor22Raymond Leppard92EnglishComposer26Robert Evans89AmericanProducer, Executive26Pascale Roberts89FrenchActress28Annick Alane94FrenchActress29John Witherspoon77AmericanActor30Bernard Slade89CanadianScreenwriter31Florence Giorgetti75FrenchActressNovember2Marie Laforêt80French-SwissActress, Singer2Brian Tarantina60AmericanActor5Omero Antonutti84ItalianActor7Nik Powell69EnglishProducer, Executive8Fred Bongusto84ItalianComposer10Lawrence G. Paull81AmericanProduction Designer12Luciano Marin87ItalianActor13Niall Tóibín89IrishActor14María Baxa73SerbianActress14Branko Lustig87CroatianProducer15Jorge Vergara64MexicanProducer16Vojtěch Jasný93CzechDirector18Laure Killing60FrenchActress20Michael J. Pollard80AmericanActor26Vittorio Congia89ItalianActorDecember1Michael Lai73Hong KongComposer1Shelley Morrison83AmericanActress4Leonard Goldberg85AmericanProducer5Robert Walker79AmericanActor6Ron Leibman82AmericanActor8René Auberjonois79AmericanActor8Caroll Spinney85AmericanPuppeteer12Danny Aiello86AmericanActor14Anna Karina79Danish-FrenchActress14Bernard Lavalette93FrenchActor15Nicky Henson74EnglishActor18Claudine Auger78FrenchActress22Tony Britton95EnglishActor25Lee Mendelson86AmericanProducer26Jerry Herman88AmericanComposer, Lyricist26Sue Lyon73AmericanActress27Jack Sheldon88AmericanSinger, Musician, Actor29Neil Innes75EnglishComposer, Actor30Jan Fedder64GermanActor30Jack Garfein89AmericanDirector30Syd Mead86AmericanConcept Artist 30Elizabeth Sellars98ScottishActress
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Box Office What Went Right & Wrong In An $ Billion Year & How Is Shaping Up

Editors note: The domestic box office figures are for the period of January 1-December We will update further on January 2.

With the total domestic box office expected to ring up close to $ billion according to Comscore, down 4% from last year&#;s banner $B, and the forecast that will be down further due to fewer franchises on the schedule, various business publications will scream the headline that the theatrical business is in the toilet in the booming streaming age of Netflix, Apple TV+ and Disney+, and HBO Max and NBCUniversal&#;s Peacock on the horizon.

But, man, is that declaration so wrong.

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What continued to underscore at the box office is the old adage of how product-driven the theatrical business is. In a year when exhibition was fueled on all cylinders to deliver the astronomical, biggest opening of all time stateside with Disney&#;s Avengers: Endgame ($M) &#; which bested the previous record set by &#;s Avengers: Infinity War by 39% &#; there&#;s no way one can say theatrical is dead. Even though Disney is boss, and continues to prove that its branded IP is the bread and butter of the entire theatrical business, no, theatrical isn&#;t in the hospital. Other studios also proved the vibrancy of theatrical with big swings, i.e., the R-rated comic book villain gamble that paid homage to Henry Portrait of a Serial Killer and Taxi Driver &#; we&#;re talking Warner Bros./Village Roadshow/Bron&#;s Joker &#; which unexpectedly became the highest-grossing R-rated movie of all-time with a global take of $B.

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And while the argument can be made that streaming is encroaching on low- to mid-budget fare and that the indie box office is endangered, we&#;ve seen such explosions from original movies like Universal&#;s Us ($M), Sony&#;s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood ($M), STX&#;s Hustlers ($M), Lionsgate&#;s Knives Out ($M) and Fox&#;s Ford v. Ferrari ($M). On the specialty side, hits inlcude Neon&#;s Parasite, the highest-grossing South Korean movie of all time with $M, and Fox Searchlight&#;s Nazi comedy satire Jojo Rabbit ($21M).

Non-Disney studios are looking forward to a true showdown at the domestic box office. Disney was always expected to crush it in with its franchise-built slate, a rampway to Disney+. Critics complain there&#;s not enough original fare. Well, will make good on that promise. If streaming has done the theatrical business any favors, it&#;s forcing major studio development execs think harder: The bar has risen in regards to what exactly works nationwide in cinemas, and the simple recipes of talent, filmmaker and IP (think Paramount/Skydance/Fox&#;s bomb Terminator Dark Fate) aren&#;t always the solution.

Many have already predicted that in the face of the major studio congloms, such mini-majors as MGM, Lionsgate and STX are challenged and merger buzz abounds. But while the industry may merge, what will not change is audiences&#; appetites for original and unique fare, especially those from great auteurs like Quentin Tarantino, Bong Joon-Ho, Rian Johnson or even Sam Mendes (look for his one continuous shot WWI pic  to ring in with a $20M wide opening on January 10).

Also, while chatter abounded in that Netflix nearly closed the wide-release theatrical window to 30 or 60 days with its theatrical release of Martin Scorsese&#;s The Irishman, such haggling will be harder to pull off (and if so, arguably by Disney, as it did when it reduced the span from four months to three months with &#;s Alice in Wonderland) now that Mookie Greidinger&#;s Cineworld has taken control of Canada&#;s Cineplex Odeon, becoming North America&#;s biggest movie circuit with Regal Cinemas already under its domain. As Disney beefed up its power with the acquisition of 20th Century Fox and Searchlight, so does exhibition by consolidating its power to haggle back.

Here&#;s a rundown of what went right and wrong and , with an outlook for Box office calculations are a combination of Comscore and Deadline figures.

No. 1 Disney ($ billion, +21% vs. )


What Went Right: Everything, literally. It&#;s the third time it passed $3 billion, beating its own industry record set last year with $B. Driven by Pixar/Disney Animation, Marvel, Lucasfilm and the live-action adaptations of its own Disney animated toons, nine pics surpassed $M; seven of them made $M, and five $M+. Let&#;s not forget that two passed a half-billion stateside, with Endgame being the second-highest-grossing movie of all time in U.S./Canada with $M. Seven Disney pics opened to $M+, plus they scored the best opening of all time both worldwide ($B) and stateside with Endgame.

What Went Wrong: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker remains a glass half full among Disney&#;s franchises. On one hand the finale generated a wealth for exhibition at the tail end of the year with $M+, but the studio made the mistake of not putting the last three Skywalker Saga pics solely in the hands of one visionary, like they did Avengers with the Russo brothers. It would have helped if Last Jedi had a cliffhanger on par with Infinity War, which would have certainly goosed ticket sales for Skywalker. While Disney is winning over Star Wars fans on Disney+ with The Mandalorian, Disney needs to watch out that they don&#;t sideline the franchise strictly to streaming. Like Marvel, they need to entrust the franchise&#;s cinema future to those filmmakers with cred among fans (Hello! Mandalorian&#;s Jon Favreau or Dave Filinoi to direct spinoff films?), not those that spark division. Rogue One was a brilliant spinoff and fans worldwide gave their thumbs up, shelling out $ billion worldwide. That success can&#;t be ignored, and should only provide confidence for Princess Leia or other origin movies. Seriously, Disney, it&#;s time to get over the shell-shock of Solo: A Star Wars Story. Fact of the matter is that these movies just need more time to bake compared with Marvel.

Outlook: Next year, rivals are foaming at the mouth over the fact there&#;s a more original slate in place for Disney, with seven of their nine pics being fresh IP. Following the uber-success of Avengers, it&#;s a reset year for Marvel with cosmic gods movie The Eternals opening on November 6. The brand alone will need to carry Black Widow to lofty grosses as we&#;ve seen this Scarlett Johansson assassin movie before (it was called Lucy).

Also, Disney states that starting next year it will include all Fox titles in their B.O. tabulation. Combined for this year, Disney-Fox counts $ billion &#; 37% of the annual U.S./Canada marketshare. As a studio that commands a 65% theatrical rental from exhibition with four weeks amount of play on its big tentpoles, they need to be careful about antitrust issues.

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No. 2 Warner Bros. ($ billion, % vs. )

What Went Right: Taking the R-rated comic book film to a gritty, brilliant level and reaping an enormous amount of box office at the same time with Joker at $M stateside, $B worldwide. It&#;s these types of auteur-driven bets for which the studio has a reputation, and that will always distinguish it within a Disney-laden IP market. It Chapter Two was a self-fulfilling prophesy coming off the great success of the first film with $M domestic, $M WW. And the studio built out its DC brand with the thrifty priced Shazam! at $M domestic, $M WW. Legendary&#;s Pokemon Detective Pikachu was a nice surprise thanks to Ryan Reynolds&#; voice at $M stateside, $M WW.

What Went Wrong: Why did you flood the fall Q4 with six adult (mostly drama) titles (The Goldfinch, Motherless Brooklyn, Good Liar, Doctor Sleep, Richard Jewell and JustMercy)? We get that it is awards season, but they all tanked. Drama is hard, but then drama has always been hard for Warner Bros at the B.O. with such notable award-winning fare as Michael Clayton and The Assassination of Jesse James never really breaking out commercially. A few notes on those pics that tanked: A studio will never throw good money after bad, and typically testing indicates how much they should invest in P&A. That said, most of the P&A for Warners went to Joker and It Chapter Two in Q4. Other studios like Sony, Universal, Lionsgate, Fox Searchlight, Focus Features and even STX have demonstrated that adult fare works at the box office; these types of movies aren&#;t meant to be sidelined to a streaming service, and Warners needs to stop using that excuse every time an adult drama fails. When it glows in its heightened package, with sleek storytelling, thanks to a great director&#;s vision &#; i.e., last year&#;s Oscar-winning A Star Is Born ($M WW, $36M and $M profit) or Crazy Rich Asians, Sully, The Mule, or Argo &#; then the movie sure as hell shouldn&#;t be punished to streaming.

Doctor Sleep

The one misfire I will rap Warners knuckles about is Doctor Sleep (77% certified fresh, B+ CinemaScore, $M). As a studio that has had great success with horror and was responsible for the recent Stephen King renaissance with It, I still believe it never eventized this Shining sequel with genre fans like they did with It Chapter Two at San Diego Comic-Con. Doctor Sleep was brilliant and entertaining, with amazing performances by Ewan McGregor and Rebecca Ferguson, and it was a missed opportunity.

Outlook: They have a really exciting year, arguably more so than Disney&#;s slate, with branded fare including DC&#;s Birds of Prey and Wonder Woman ; Scoob; plus intriguing counterprogramming like the Lin-Manuel Miranda-Jon Chu team-up In the Heights, the feature adaptation of the Tony-winning Broadway show, as well as Christopher Nolan&#;s Tenet. 

But like all non-Disney studios here, Warners needs stronger branded event pics because Lego Movie 2 and Godzilla: King of the Monsters didn&#;t cut it. Beware tapping out The Conjuring franchise (part 3 The Devil Made Me Do It arrives on September 11). Dune should be amazing visually in the hands of Denis Villeneuve, but let&#;s hope it does more than Blade Runner &#;s amount of business.


No. 3 Universal ($B, % vs. )

What Went Right: The studio thrives on a diverse, auteur-driven slate and consistency under Filmed Entertainment Group chairman Donna Langley, hitting $1B-plus stateside for a ninth year in a row. It excelled in by sidestepping Disney on the calendar with M. Night Shyamalan&#;s Glass over MLK ($M domestic) and Jordan Peele&#;s Us in late March ($M). As Fast and Furious gears down, Uni has shown that it can pivot and adapt by building out that franchise with spinoff Hobbs & Shaw ($M). That proved to be a promising start for a frosh franchise, holding No. 1 for four weekends at the worldwide box office on the way to a final tally of $M.

While Uni doesn&#;t have the IP of Disney or the DC and Harry Potter pics like Warners, its filled the slate with original movies from unique storytellers. What was once programmed out of necessity is now a calling card for fresh filmmaking voices: Peele&#;s Monkeypaw label signed an exclusive five-year deal with the studio; one of the remaining big free agents, Lord & Miller, also inked a first-look, and Shyamalan announced his next two original movies with the studio.


Uni also rebounded R-rated comedies to the best of any studio&#;s ability in the genre&#;s current theatrical drought with Good Boys ($M opening, $83M) despite a risky concept starring largely under year-old fresh faces. In sum, Abominable, Us, and Boys are the only original movies to open to No. 1 at the domestic B.O. this past year. DreamWorks Animation&#;s bread-and-butter comeback How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World was also a bright spot at $M domestic, $M WW.

Uni&#;s year also includes the overall $M stellar results from Focus Features, which kept the autumn box office going with the Downton Abbey feature film ($M) and Harriet, which counts $M; they are proof that upscale adult pics truly work in the fall, and don&#;t need to be designated to streaming.

What Went Wrong: Actually counter-programming. Not all of it turned to gold, i.e., Black Christmas, Last Christmas, and WTF happened with DWA&#;s Abominable at the end of the day with $M WW? Also, unfortunately, the studio didn&#;t see the audience and the critics from the trees when it came to the $90M musical Cats tanking with what the industry estimates to be a $71M+ loss. The most intriguing movie on their schedule, the Red State vs. Blue State movie The Hunt, moved off in the wake of mass shootings. Will it come back?

Outlook: It&#;s off to a great start with the wide release of Sam Mendes&#; on January DWA&#;s Trolls World Tour (April 17) and Illumination&#;s Minions: Rise of Gru on July 3 will do their jobs for the masses, in addition to Fast & Furious 9 on May  Halloween Kills on October 16 should do killer business, and the Peele and MGM produced and co-written Candyman on June 12 sounds intriguing. Dolittle at a $M price tag arrives with baggage and a low projection of $25M-$30M.

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No. 4 Sony ($ billion, +3% vs. )

What Went Right: While Warner Bros and Universal saw annual declines in the face of Disney&#;s slate, Sony realized a small uptick thanks to its mix of sequels to rebooted franchises like Spider-Man: Far From Home ($B WW) and Jumanji The Next Level ($M WW to date), plus turning Quentin Tarantino&#;s original feature Once Upon a Time in Hollywood into an event; its the director&#;s fourth to cross $M WW, and overall his second highest-grossing movie of all time with $M. While Disney-Marvel&#;s Kevin Feige is the secret sauce to the Avengers-integrated Spider-man, Sony agreed to keep the series alive for a threequel with Disney taking a 25% co-finance equity stake and having Spidey cross over in another Disney-Marvel movie. Smart move. Also, the studio&#;s awards-season fare of A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood and Little Women did much better than last year&#;s 4Q dogs, i.e., White Boy Rick, The Front Runner and carryover All the Money in the World. But overall, the upside with the Tom Rothman administration is that when it swings, it does so at an efficient cost, and minimizes risk even if it means taking on co-fi partners. A profitable year is what many outside finance sources keep telling us.

What Went Wrong: Despite finding success in the rejuvenation of dormant franchise Jumanji, the plan to reboot aging Sony cinema IP didn&#;t really pan out: Elizabeth Banks&#; horrendous Charlie&#;s Angels and Men in Black International, though besieged by production problems, didn&#;t create excitement for moviegoers despite Thor: Ragnarok stars Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson). Zombieland: Double Tap did slightly less than its first chapter 10 years ago stateside, $M versus $M; though slightly better WW with $M versus $M. Part of the problem here entailed Sony rushing these projects into development in order to build a pipeline. Also, sorry, but despite low budgets, Screen Gems movies aren&#;t the cash cows they use to be with Brightburn, The Intruder and Black and Blue all posting low ticket sales.


Outlook: Hopefully Bad Boys For Life and The Grudge jump-start the year and improve on the studio&#;s rebooted IP plan. Outside of that, like Disney, there&#;s fresher fare on Sony&#;s schedule as it seeks to start new franchises in Vin Diesel&#;s Bloodshot (February 21), Marvel vampire Morbius (July 31) starring Jared Leto and Blumhouse&#;s big-screen take on s-&#;80s TV series Fantasy Island (February 14). Also, the Culver City lot is taking another stab at Ghostbusters with Afterlife (July 10) under Jason Reitman, who inherits the property from his father Ivan Reitman.

No. 5 Lionsgate ($M, +98% vs. )

What Went Right: The mini-major thrived in a Disney-dominated marketplace thanks to a marquee R-rated brand in John Wick: Chapter 3 &#; Parabellum ($M domestic), Rian Johnson&#;s original whodunit Knives Out ($M-plus), and the final Tyler Perry movie under their umbrella, A Madea Family Funeral ($M).

What Went Wrong: Lionsgate used to win over millennials, and still lacks that uber-franchise like Twilight, Hunger Games, or Divergent. Back in June, Lionsgate said it was in talks to bring Suzanne Collins&#; Hunger Games prequel, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, to the screen at some point in the future; the book goes on sale May There&#;s also a big hole in losing Perry to Viacom. While some middle-grossing pics financially worked in their favor, i.e., Angel Has Fallen ($69M), there was a lot that didn&#;t work, i.e., the Seth Rogen-Charlize Theron screwball comedy Long Shot ($M), Millennium&#;s Hellboy ($M) and EuropaCorp&#;s Anna ($M).


Outlook: Mostly original, thrifty fare, which leaves a big question mark as to whether it will rally. Some highlights include the Christian-faith pic (a profitable sector for Lionsgate) I Still Believe, about singer Jeremy Camp starring Riverdale&#;s K.J. Apa; the Janelle Monae unique horror movie Antebellum on April 24; and another attempt at comedy with Kristen Wiig-Annie Mumolo&#;s Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar. Among IP, there&#;s a complete Saw reboot with Samuel L. Jackson and Chris Rock on May Unless it fills pics in its schedule, according to Comscore, the Deon Taylor thriller Fatale reps the last movie dated on Lionsgate&#;s schedule for on October 9. The continued buzz around town is that Lionsgate will merge at some point with another studio.

No. 6 Paramount ($M, % vs. )

What Went Right: Not much, except for mid-sized and low-budget movies that Viacom sees as profitable, i.e., Elton John musical Rocketman ($M domestic, $M WW), alligator horror movie Crawl ($39M, $M WW, and the Walden Media-co-financed Dora and the Lost City of Gold ($M, $M WW).

What Went Wrong: After seeing a surge last year thanks to Mission: Impossible &#; Fallout, the highest-grossing title in the Tom Cruise franchise, and the explosion of A Quiet Place, two linchpin movies failed: the refurbished James Cameron-produced, Linda Hamilton-starring Terminator: Dark Fate didn&#;t have enough Shellac to impress the masses ($M domestic, $M), and the Ang Lee-directed Will Smith action film Gemini Man ($M), a long-gestating project about warring clones. Both were Skydance co-productions and neither grossed in excess of $M at the domestic B.O. With duds like the $90M-plus Wonder Park ($M domestic) on the schedule, the Melrose lot remained in transition mode, still suffering from the sins of its previous exec administration.

Outlook: A more promising year with long-awaited sequels (Top Gun Maverick, SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run, A Quiet Place 2), the branching out of the studio&#;s Tom Clancy franchise with the Michael B. Jordan action pic Without Remorse, and the start of something great and new with sci-fi movies like Antoine Fuqua&#;s Infinite with Mark Wahlberg and Chris Pratt and Chris McKay&#;s The Tomorrow War.

No. 7 20th Century Fox ($M, % vs. )

What Went Right: Racing car drama Ford v. Ferrari was the only movie to work stateside, with $M from big Fox ($M+ WW), and that was under the new Disney regime with the pic taking off right out of Telluride and Toronto with great critical and audience response. Fox Searchlight had a bright spot with genre pic Ready or Not ($M WW), and Toronto Film Festival winner Jojo Rabbit ($24M WW to date), which counts two SAG and two Golden Globe noms. The label&#;s year-to-date grosses also include $M WW ($M lifetime) from ’s Oscar-, Globe- and BAFTA-winning The Favourite. Searchlight remains an important label for Disney, as boss Bob Iger sees its product as being culturally relevant making waves at global festivals and within awards season. Searchlight can look forward to a fate on the big screen, while big Fox will split its development between streaming and theatrical.

What Went Wrong: Overall, with Disney taking over Fox just prior to CinemaCon in April, the studio&#;s distribution and marketing arms were greatly stressed. There was an attempt here to put quality big-budget fare in theaters, but it all went wrong, i.e., Robert Rodriguez&#;s expensive Alita: Battle Angel, the overpriced Regency astronaut art house-toned feature Ad Astra, and the implosion of their X-Men franchise with Dark Phoenix. Even low-budget movies like action comedy Stuber didn&#;t click. Even though Disney took over marketing of these pics after the merger, the argument that the films were orphaned is not a solid one as the movies arrived to the Burbank lot with their own baggage.

Outlook: Despite the stale leftovers from old Fox which have been rumored to have problems, i.e. the long-in-the-works The New Mutants on April 3 and The Women in the Window on May 15, Disney&#;s intention with big Fox is to cover its bases with adult counter-programming. Such hope resides in the Ryan Reynolds action comedy/video game satire Free Guy on July 3, Kenneth Branagh&#;s Death on the Nile on October 9, and Steven Spielberg&#;s West Side Story remake on December

The Mini-Majors

STX added two $M-plus-grossing pics to its library with the January hit The Upside ($M) and the fall surprise Jennifer Lopez crime pic Hustlers ($M), becoming its second- and third-highest-grossing films behind Bad Moms ($M). Hustlers repped STX&#;s biggest opening at the domestic B.O. with $M. Both pics took STX to $M for , +21% from making it their biggest year ever at the domestic B.O. since their launch in As rumors swirled around the company about its finance problems in the wake of UglyDolls tanking ($M WW), Hustlers came as a great Band-aid and a reminder of the potential of what this distributor can do at the box office when it has the right pic, at the right price, priming the right demos. In Hustlers&#; case it was diverse females. I&#;m continually told that STX has enough capital to keep itself alive, but has been seeking more capital to expand. Whatever it is, its fate will become more clear in On the horizon is Miramax&#;s Guy Ritchie action pic The Gentleman on January 24, Brahms The Boy II on February 24, and the Dave Bautista family comedy My Spy on March

MGM and Annapurna formed a distribution and marketing joint venture this year in United Artists Releasing. Together, the labels made $M at the domestic box office, +45% from their combined total. MGM found a new franchise in its near $M WW-grossing animated pic The Addams Family. Look for MGM to have a huge with the new movie No Time to Die (April 10), Bill and Ted Face the Music (Augusty 21), the Aretha Franklin biopic Respect (October 9) and Legally Blonde 3. 

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