Box Office: ‘Mean Girls’ Keeps the Top Spot as the Top 6 Films Remain Unchanged from Last Week

1. Mean Girls – $11.7M/$50M

2. The Beekeeper – $8.4M/$31.1M

Sure, it’s not hitting 2010’s MCU money but Jason Statham’s The Beekeeper is making a case for mid-budget action films getting a theatrical release. While it’s $31M domestic take doesn’t quite reach it’s reported $40M budget, the worldwide figures sit at $75M after 2 weeks, meaning the studios going to make some decent profit.

3. Wonka– $6.4M/$187M

Wow…not only did Wonka keep it’s place at the #3 spot but it replicated last weeks numbers almost exactly, pulling in $6.4M for the second week in a row.

4. Anyone But You– $5.4M/$64.2M

5. Migration– $6.1M/$85.7M

6. Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom– $3.6M/$114M

7. I.S.S. (review) – $3M

A cool premise wasn’t enough to save this Zero G tension-fest from mediocre reviews and a C- Cinemascore. As this week’s only new wide release finishing outside the Top 5 has to sting

8. Night Swim– $2.7M/$23.7M

9. The Boys in the Boat– $2.5M/$43.8M

10. Poor Things– $2M/$20M

Emma Stone’s Poor Things closes out the top 10 this week with the culmination of a very slow roll out. Though the film is now in its seventh week of release it is just now in more then 1000 theaters, adding 820 screens to its showing for a total of 1420.