BOX OFFICE: “Hobbs & Shaw” are cash cows, “Once Upon” drops 53%

A big Thursday night and huge Friday have put “Hobbs & Shaw” on track to clear $60 million on its opening weekend. Very good. Not great for a “Fast/Furious” pic, so at least Vin Diesel is thrilled.

“Lion King” is adding another $37 and change. It never ends.

“Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood” is still three hours long, so figure that into its $19.3 second weekend. That’s a
53% drop, weekend to weekend.

A decent hold, not a dazzling one. It will stick around through August, anyway.

“Spider-Man” is still making bank, “Yesterday” and “The Farewell” are in the top ten one more weekend, films with real low budget staying power.

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About Roger Moore

Movie Critic, formerly with McClatchy-Tribune News Service, Orlando Sentinel, published in Spin Magazine, The World and now published here, Orlando Magazine, Autoweek Magazine
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