“Logan” narrowly won the Friday session, but lost to “Dog’s Purpose” on Saturday and Sunday. “Logan finished the weekend with $18.8 million for the three days, and $81.3 million after nine days on release, according to data from Ent Group. The cumulative for “Dog’s Purpose” after a similar run is $53.2 million.
The pair were multiples ahead of “Resident Evil: Final Chapter,” which managed a further $6.54 million in its third week. After 15 days, it has earned a stunning $148 million.
The week’s top new release, animated fantasy, “Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV” opened in fourth place with a modest $3.90 million.
Colin Firth and Jude Law-starring “Genius” was the second ranked newcomer, in fifth place with $1.80 million.
The Saturday and Sunday performance of “Sing” were enough to earn it sixth place with $1.42 million. After 24 days it has amassed a $29.9 million cumulative.
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Chinese horror, “Mysterious Plate 2” opened with $1..35 million in seventh spot. Eighth was “The Lego Batman Movie” with $1.16 million. After 10 days it has flopped with just $5.38 million.
Chinese romantic comedy, “Little Lucky” opened with $840,000 in ninth, while “Lost in Moonlight” opened in tenth with just $640,000.