Big Al's Box Office Wrap-Up: Once upon a Time Crushes, But 'Lion King' Wins

Quentin Tarantino scored the biggest opening of his career (not adjusted for inflation) with “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” this weekend. The star-studded flick raked in just over $40-million for its debut... but it couldn’t take the number one spot from “The Lion King.”

“The Lion King” has kept its leading spot for the second weekend in a row, making almost twice as much as Tarantino’s latest with $75-point-five-million. Pretty good for a 61-percent decline, and it’s worldwide haul is almost at $1-billion!

“Spider-Man: Far From Home” is still going strong in the third spot, and “Toy Story 4” follows in fourth. Meanwhile, “The Farewell” starring Awkwafina has shot up into the top 10 for its third weekend, making just over $1-million now that the film has hit more theaters.

Here’s this weekend’s Top 10 movies:

  1. “The Lion King” – $75.5-million
  2. “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” – $40.4-million
  3. “Spider-Man: Far From Home” – $12.2-million
  4. “Toy Story 4” – $9.9-million
  5. “Crawl” – $4-million
  6. “Yesterday” – $3-million
  7. “Aladdin” – $2.8-million
  8. “Stuber” – $1.7-million
  9. “Annabelle Comes Home” – $1.6-million
  10. “The Farewell” – $1.5-million

Source:Entertainment Weekly

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