The DC Comics superhero movie earned $2.53 million between Friday and Sunday, for a total of $14.5 million from 1.99 million admissions after two weekends.
“Zootopia” remained in second, enjoying a 16% week-on-week rise in revenue. The Walt Disney animation earned $2.12 million between Friday and Sunday, extending its total to $24.4 million after seven weekends.
Korea’s “The Great Actor” opened third, scoring $830,000 between Thursday and Sunday. “Actor” is the feature debut of Seok Min-u, previously assistant director to some of Korea’s top filmmakers. Starring prolific Oh Dal-su, the story sees a washed up stage actor use every means available to make an elaborate lie about making a big movie come true.
Newcomers from the U.S., crime thriller “Misconduct,” horror “The Forest,” and comedy “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2,” opened in fourth, sixth and ninth on Mar. 30. Starring top Korean actor Lee Byung-hun, “Misconduct” scored $749,000 over opening four days, while UPI’s “Forest” and “Greek Wedding” scored $270,000 and $197,000 respectively.