The long Labor Day weekend box office, historically one of the slowest periods of the year for cinemas, was notably devoid of new releases from the major studios. Lionsgate and Millenium’s “Angel Has Fallen” maintained the No. 1 spot in its second weekend, adding $11.6 million — a 46% drop from its first weekend — for a cumulative $40.7 million through Sunday, according to estimates from measurement firm Comscore.
The film is expected to take in $14.5 million over the four-day holiday weekend. At No. 2, Universal’s “Good Boys” added $9.2 million in its third weekend (with $11.6 million projected through Monday) for a cumulative $56.2 million. Globally, the film stands at $70.3 million.
In third place, Disney’s “The Lion King” added $6.7 million in its seventh weekend (with $9.2 million expected through the holiday) for a cumulative $520.9 million. It is now at $1.562 billion globally and stands as the No. 7 movie of all time worldwide.
At No. 4, Universal’s “Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw” added $6.3 million in its fifth weekend (with $8 million expected through Monday) for a cumulative $157 million. It has grossed $684.2 million to date in global receipts.
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