HOLLYWOOD—I did not suspect the new arrivals in theaters, “The Kid Who Would Become King” or “Serenity” to dethrone last week’s box-office champion “Glass” and I was not wrong. The supernatural thriller remained at the top spot at the box-office with $19 million. After 2 weeks in theaters, the final chapter in a trilogy has earned over $73 million at the domestic box-office.
Staying comfortable in second place was the dramedy “The Upside” with $12.4 million. The film has a strong base earning over $63 million in three weeks. Also comfortable in its previous spot was the DC flick “Aquaman” with $7.4 million. “The Kid Who Would Become King” debuted in fourth place with a meek $7.3 million, while “Serenity” starring Anne Hathaway and Matthew McConaughey bombed terribly with $4.8 million to land in eighth place.
Rounding out the top five was the animated flick “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” with $6.2 million. The animated feature has amounted $169 million at the domestic box-office. Expect “Glass” to potentially win the box-office for the third consecutive weekend, with very and I mean very slim pickings at the box-office this weekend.