BOX OFFICE: ‘Angel Has Fallen’ looks at $16+ over Labor Day, “Peanut Butter” and “Don’t Let Go” can’t crack top 10

The weekend before “It Chapter 2” is mostly holdovers, with only a couple of under 1000 screens releases added to your movie going smorgasbord.

“Angel” is still making bank. “Good Boys” heads for almost $9, over the four day weekend. “Lion King,” still in te top three.

“Overcomer” will be in the $7 million range, a 37-40% drop from last weekend.

“Hobbs,” Spider-Man” “Once Upon a Time” and even “Angry Birds 2” are still in the top ten.

“Don’t Let Go” and “Peanut Butter Falcon” — the first a 922 screen new release, the second a building “feel good” indie, are in the $3-4 million range, just outside of the top ten.

“Go” is an R rated supernatural thriller that doesn’t quite fit in the horror genre, with a known but not big name African American cast.

If Hurricane Dorian isn’t ruining your Labor Day, an easy weekend to get into a summer movie you might have missed as summer checks out.

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