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‘Angel Has Fallen’ Easily Wins Weekend

Angel Has Fallen

Fending off sequelitis, the testosterone-laced Angel Has Fallen opened to a better-than-expected $21.3 million at the North American box office to easily win the penultimate weekend of summer. Gerard Butler and Morgan Freeman are joined by Nick Nolte in the third installment of Millennium’s action franchise.

The top 12 films of the weekend, as of Sunday, August 25, are as follows.

#TitleDistributor NameWeekend Total # of LocsLoc AvgCume Total
1Angel Has FallenLionsgate$21,250,0003,286$6,467$21,250,000
2Good BoysUniversal$11,750,0003,353$3,504$42,057,505
4Lion King, TheDisney$8,150,0003,300$2,470$510,635,735
5Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & ShawUniversal$8,140,0003,312$2,458$147,701,255
6Ready Or NotFox Searchlight$7,550,0002,855$2,644$10,578,148
7Angry Birds Movie 2, TheSony$6,365,0003,869$1,645$27,091,263
8Scary Stories To Tell In The DarkLionsgate$6,000,0002,927$2,050$50,489,202
9Dora And The Lost City Of GoldParamount$5,200,0002,843$1,829$43,099,953
10Once Upon A Time In HollywoodSony$5,000,0002,209$2,263$123,187,467
1147 Meters Down: UncagedEntertainment Studios Motion Pictures$4,000,0002,883$1,387$15,415,947
12Peanut Butter Falcon, TheRoadside Attractions$3,008,940984$3,058$3,728,289