“Glass”, the new proposal of M. Night Shyamalan, remained as leader of the national box office for the second consecutive weekend with an estimated revenue of $ 19 million, the specialized website Box Office Mojo reported today.
The film, sequel to “Unbreakable” (2000) that works at the same time as a continuation of “Split” (2017), proposes a clash between the protagonists of both stories, superheroes without a layer whose confrontation can have disastrous consequences.
Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson and James McAvoy lead the cast of the play.
The second place was for the comedy “The Upside”, with 12.2 million dollars, which is only a decrease of 18.4 percent over last weekend.
This version of the popular French film “Les Intouchables” examines the friendship between a paraplegic billionaire and his caregiver, a man without a job with a criminal past who accepts work to redeem himself.
Bryan Cranston, Kevin Hart and Nicole Kidman appear in the film.
The third place was obtained by “Aquaman”, with 7.3 million dollars.
The work has entered 1,009 million dollars in the worldwide box office, which places it as the most successful adaptation of DC Comics to date and the third highest collection produced by the studio Warner Bros.
This film by James Wan tells the origins of the superhero that was born of the love between a lighthouse keeper and a queen of an underwater world, a story starring Jason Momoa and Amber Heard.
In the fourth place appears the premiere of “The Kid Who Would Be King”, with 7.2 million dollars.
This work by Joe Cornish, which revolves around the mythical sword of Excalibur and the wizard Merlin, tells how a group of teenagers embarks on an epic adventure to stop a threat from medieval times.
Rebecca Ferguson, Tom Taylor, Patrick Stewart and Rhianna Dorris lead the cast.
The list was completed by the animated film “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” with 6.1 million dollars.
Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the irreverent minds that created “The Lego Movie”, reinterpret the myth of Spider-Man in a movie in which the protagonist, Miles Morales, is a teenager of African-American father and Latin mother (EFEUSA). –