The film earned 36.1 million US dollars internationally for a global weekend total of 61.1 million USA dollars and the 1 billion USA dollars mark in its sights with 977.4 million USA dollars total to date globally. Internationally, Boss Baby added another $37.5 million this weekend from 46 markets as its worldwide cume now stands at $110.4 million for a global total just shy of $200 million.
Boss Baby stayed atop the chart in its 2nd weekend, falling 48% to $26.3-M for a domestic take of $89.4-M.More news: Abe praises Trump's security commitment after call on Syria, North Korea
Lost Village garnered an A CinemaScore is possibly getting lost in a Family Film Glut. Going in Style debuted in 3,061 theaters in fourth place with $12.5 million with a $4,084 per-screen average, while The Case for Christ opened in 10th place with $3.9 million. The movie is catering to elders, with 70 percent of its audiences being over the age of 50. However, with a $36.1M weekend hits, the beast movie down from its No. 1 spot to No. 3 in the session. The faith-based drama tells the real-life story of a self-avowed atheist and journalist who sets out to disprove his wife's newfound Christian faith.
Meanwhile, the fan boys of the original manga still didn't show up for Scarlett Johansson starrer Ghost In The Shell, which spirited away another $7.4 million in its second weekend to come in fifth. This is very disappointing, especially with a budget of $110 million.
Overall, industry-wide totals were well below those of last weekend, and slightly below those of the counterpart weekend a year ago. Also opening in limited release is Neon's Colossal, which earned $125,809 from four theaters for an impressive $31,452 per-screen average. The independent film marks the first release from Neon, the distribution company launched by former Radius-TWC co-chief Tomas Quinn and Alamo Drafthouse founder Tim League.
STX Entertainment's critically acclaimed British romantic comedy Their Finest, starring Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin and Bill Nighy, debuted to $77,000 from four theaters in L.A. and NY for a screen average of $19,250.