“Skyscraper Tower” was crushed at the North American box office
“Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation” surpassed The Rock with “Skyscraper” on the box office charts last weekend.
Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation: $ 44.1 million ~ $ 1011 billion
Ant-Man and the Wasp: $ 28.8 million ~ $ 660 billion
Skyscraper: $ 25.5 million ~ $ 585 billion
Incredibles 2: $ 16.2 million ~ $ 371.7 billion
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom: $ 15.5 million ~ $ 355.6 billion
The First Purge: $ 9.1 million ~ $ 208.8 billion
Sorry to Bother You: $ 4.3 million ~ $ 98.7 billion
Sicario: Day of the Soldado: $ 3.8 million ~ $ 87 billion
Uncle Drew: $ 3.2 million ~ $ 73.4 billion
Ocean’s 8: $ 2.9 million ~ 66.5 billion
Last week, the duel at the North American theaters between Dwayne Johnson and the monsters ended with Dracula and his accomplices. With $ 44.1 million, Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation (Huyen Bich Hotel 3: Maverick Tour) surpassed the Skyscraper by just $ 25.5 million in its first week.
The los movie Hotel Transylvania 3’s performance is higher than the opening of its 2012 debut ($ 42 million) and $ 48 million lower than its second installment in 2015. So far, Huyen Bi Hotel has earned nearly $ 1 billion in global revenue. With $ 80 million in funding, the third installment of the animated series features Adam Sandler, Selena Gomez, Andy Samberg, Joe Jonas and Kathryn Hahn. In the international market, the film grossed $ 54.8 million, bringing the total to $ 100 million.
Skyscraper’s opening credits were not enough to make the film second in the top ten, having to yield to an Ant-Man 2 dealt in the second week. At $ 28.8 million higher than the first, Ant-Man and the Wasp grossed $ 132 million domestically after two weeks of release. If it follows, the film will surpass the record of the first three years of gross domestic sales of $ 180 million and global sales of $ 519 million.
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Skyscraper’s $ 25.5 million deal is unlikely to please. This is also the most out of the box office in recent years that The Rock participated. Now manufacturers are looking to the Chinese market in the same way that Rampage was once saved by the North American cold.