Glass takes a hit, but still top in US
James McAvoy and Samuel L Jackson’s latest superhero mashup, Glass, took half last week’s intake, but still remained top.
After securing another $19m, to take its tally to $73.5 in two weeks, M Night Shyamalan’s movie comfortably outperformed second place’s The Upside, starring Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston.
One time wonder, Aquaman, floated up to third, having taken a whopping $1.09 billion globally, surpassing The Dark Knight Rises to become DC’s most successful superhero movie.
Newcomer The Kid Who Would Be King ascended to fourth place with $7.25m, with animation Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse stuck in fifth.
Elsewhere awards’ hopeful Green Book, starring Viggo Mortensen, sped up to seventh, with family friendly A Dog’s Way Home slinking back to seventh.
New entry Serenity, starring Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway, debuted in eighth with $4.8m, with thriller Escape Room and Dragon Ball Super: Broly completing the top ten.