Disney and Marvel seem to be on a role at the box office. Not only did Ant-Man And The Wasp debut this weekend with an impressive $76 million, but Incredibles 2 retained its number two spot at the box office, causing Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom to slip to number three after being at the number one spot for the last two weeks.
Ant-Man And The Wasp made $76 million domestically this weekend beating the previous Ant-Man movie by $20 million. Overseas, the movie made $85 million, bringing its worldwide total to $161 million. Currently, Ant-Man And The Wasp has only opened in 48% of the international markets, so we can expect its international box office to grow substantially in the coming weeks.
Incredibles 2 seems to be holding strong and has jumped back to the number two spot after residing at number three spot last week. Incredibles 2 made $29 million at the US box office this weekend, bring its domestic box office total to $504 million. Overseas, Incredibles 2 made $61 million, bringing its international box office total to $268 million. So far, Incredibles 2 has made $773 million at the worldwide box office. Incredibles 2 has yet to open in Japan, Spain, Italy, Germany and South Korea.
Solo: A Star Wars Story fell from number nine to number fourteen at the US box office. Solo made just under $1 million domestically, bringing its domestic box office total to $211 million. Overseas, Solo pulled in an additional $7 million, bringing it’s international total to $169 million. So far, Solo has made $380 million at the worldwide box office.
Avengers: Infinity War dropped from twelfth place to fifteen place at the US box office. Similar to Solo, Infinity War brought in just under $1 million, bringing its domestic box office total to $675 million. As per last weekend, the international estimates are not available at this time. We will provide an update to the intentional and worldwide box office totals once they are made available. As for now, Infinity War has made $1.364 billion at the international box office, bringing it’s worldwide total to $2.039 billion.
Source: Box Office Mojo