I only saw BLINDED BY THE LIGHT this weekend and while it isn’t perfect, I can’t wait to see it again!!!

Hobbs & Shaw outmuscles box office competition in second weekend

Audiences once again picked The Rock over Pride Rock at the box office this weekend.

Hobbs & Shaw, starring Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham as the eponymous odd couple, outraced the competition for the second week in a row, holding the number one spot with an estimated $25.4 million. The Fast & Furious spin-off dropped 58 percent from its first weekend, bringing its domestic total to $108.5 million, and is holding up well internationally, too, having surpassed $300 million worldwide.

In the number two slot, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark scared up a $20.8 million debut. This is a solid opening for the horror film, which boasts good reviews and Oscar-winning director Guillermo del Toro producing. However, the film earned a C CinemaScore from opening day audiences, which may not bode well for word of mouth in the weeks to come. Scary Stories, based on the popular series of short story collections, follows a group of high schoolers in 1968 as they inadvertently set off a series of grotesque happenings.

More family-friendly entertainment took the next two slots: Disney’s The Lion King remake earned the bronze, adding another $20 million in its fourth weekend, while another new release, Dora and the Lost City of Gold, took fourth place with a $17 million haul. The live-action spin on Nickelodeon’s long-running Dora the Explorer follows a teenaged version of the title character (Isabela Moner) as she ventures into the jungle that is high school, before embarking on a quest with several of her classmates in tow.

Rounding out the top five, Quentin Tarantino‘s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood took in another $11.6 million, carrying it past the $100 million mark in its third weekend. The R-rated original film, which cost about $90 million to produce, has proven itself a steady strong earner in a summer packed with franchise titles.

Down the chart, the weekend’s other major releases, The Art of Racing in the Rain and The Kitchen, came in sixth and seventh, respectively, while the BTS documentary Bring The Soul: The Movie landed inside the top 10, a testament to the K-pop boy band’s continuing explosion.

Overall box office is down 6.3 percent year-to-date, according to Comscore. Check out the numbers for August 9-11 below.

Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw — $25.4 million
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark — $20.8 million
The Lion King — $20 million
Dora and the Lost City of Gold — $17 million
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood — $11.6 million
The Art of Racing in the Rain — $8.1 million
The Kitchen — $5.5 million
Spider-Man: Far From Home — $5.3 million
Toy Story 4 — $4.4 million
Bring The Soul: The Movie — $2.3 million


I can confirm that I’d be up for him to return as well.

David Tennant Confirms He’d Be Up For A Return To Doctor Who

David Tennant has confirmed that he’d be up for a return to Doctor Who if he was asked to step back in to the TARDIS.

He was speaking as part of an exclusive interview that was shown in US theaters yesterday as part of a special ten year anniversary screening of his final episodes, The End Of Time.

And whilst David and his fans would be thrilled to see him return as the Tenth Doctor David pointed out that the decision for any return is out of his hands,
“People ask me this like it’s in my gift, like it’s my decision when I’ll just stroll back out on set and go, ‘Right. Turn Over. Here I am.’ It doesn’t really work like that.”

But he did admit he’d love to team up with current Doctor Jodie Whittaker and fellow Time Lords Christopher Eccleston, Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi.

“It would be fun to do. Jodie and Peter and Matt are all mates now. It’d be wonderful to be on set with them. Chris, I don’t know as well, but I’m a huge admirer of him and I’ve always enjoyed meeting him, so it’d be fun if we were all on set together.”

With another milestone anniversary coming up in 2023, maybe that could be a good chance for a multi Doctor adventure?

“I suppose the opportunity has historically been there for Doctors to return to an extent. There would come a point where I wouldn’t be able to get away with it. I wouldn’t be able to fit in the suit or get my hair to stand up at the end like I used to.

“There’s a 60th anniversary in a few years, and the question will inevitably come up. But it won’t be for me to decide.”


Can’t wait to re-listen to these!!!

Rare Prince album getting reissue

Prince’s rare The Versace Experience album is getting a full release, three years after the singer’s death.

The project was first released on numbered cassettes and handed out to people who attended the Versace display at Paris Fashion Week in July, 1995. Back then, the record was intended as a preview of Prince’s then-new album Gold, and featured exclusive remixes of Eye Hate U, Gold and P Control, as well as rare music by his band The New Power Generation.

Now, fans will be able to get their own copy, along with two other albums that are being reissued — Emancipation and Chaos And Disorder, which was the final album of new music Prince released as part of his contract with Warner Bros in 1996.

Before his death, Prince had refused to reissue the album because it marked the end of his contentious relationship with the label.

Meanwhile, triple album Emancipation was released in November 1996, just four months after Chaos And Disorder. Both albums are being released on vinyl for the first time.

All three albums will be available to fans on Sept. 20.


HOBBS & SHAW is the perfect Summer movie. Check your brain at the door and don’t think about it, just enjoy.

Hobbs & Shaw races to a $60.8 million finish line to win the weekend box office

The box office is getting some fuel injections this first weekend in August.

Hobbs & Shaw, the Dwayne Johnson-Jason Statham led spinoff to the Fast & Furious franchise, drove its way to the top spot with an estimated $60.8 million debut across 4,253 theaters. The film is also doing well overseas, taking in an estimated $120 million to propel it to an $180 million global debut.

Holdovers dominated the second and third place spots, with Disney’s live action The Lion King continuing to roar up box office, adding $38.2 million to its domestic total in its third weekend. Third place goes to original title, Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which garnered an estimated $20 million in its second weekend in theaters.

Hobbs & Shaw marks a highly anticipated spin-off for the blockbuster Fast & Furious franchise, focusing in on two of its most popular characters — Dwayne Johnson’s Hobbs and Jason Statham’s Shaw. With a reported $180 million production budget, the film landed modestly in terms of its domestic opening, but it also revved its way to the third biggest international opening of the Fast & Furious franchise behind 2017’s The Fate of the Furious and 2015’s Furious 7. It’s in sixth place for the franchise for domestic opening totals.

While Hobbs & Shaw is still part of a healthy Hollywood franchise, it is also notably the biggest domestic opening of the summer outside of Disney properties and superhero flicks. It surpasses the $56.8 million opening of another action franchise entry, John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum.

Directed by David Leitch (Deadpool 2), Hobbs & Shaw pairs up two former adversaries, American Diplomatic Secret Service Agent Hobbs (Johnson) and rogue British outcast Shaw (Statham), as they’re forced to team up to try to take down cyber-genetically enhanced anarchist Brixton (Idris Elba) when he gets his hands on a dangerous bio-threat. They are aided by a fearless MI6 agent, Hattie (Vanessa Kirby), who also happens to be Shaw’s sister. Helen Mirren, Eddie Marsan, and Eiza Gonzalez also feature.

The spinoff marks a major milestone for Dwayne Johnson’s acting career, giving him his best opening outside of the large ensemble casts of the main Fast & Furious films. They are a juggernaut franchise for Universal, bringing in nearly $5 billion in ticket sales globally. Hobbs & Shaw is the ninth entry in the car-fueled action series. 2015’s Furious 7 holds the crown for the biggest earner in the franchise with $1.5 billion, followed closely by 2017’s Fate of the Furious $1.2 billion haul. Hobbs & Shaw opened to a solid A- CinemaScore, suggesting it will continue to bolster its totals in the weeks to come.

Hobbs & Shaw was the only new title to make a wide release this weekend, leaving the other box office slots to summer favorites. After crossing the $1 billion mark at the box office earlier this week (the fourth Disney-released film to do so this summer), The Lion King continues to roar up box office bank, with an estimated $38.2 million in ticket sales across 4,802 theaters placing it squarely in second place. The film has now grossed nearly $1.2 billion globally, and according to Disney, its estimated $431 million domestic gross has surpassed the original $422 million lifetime gross of the original 1994 animated film.

After earning Quentin Tarantino the biggest opening of his career with a second place spot last week, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood continues to hold strong. Finishing in third place, it earned an estimated $20 million in ticket sales across 3,659 theaters. It fell by 51 percent from its first weekend, but continues to show strong returns for an original, R-rated release in the thick of summer blockbuster season.

Two other titles with Disney ties round out the top five. Sony and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Far From Home continues to hold tight to fourth place, with an estimated $7.8 million in sales for its fifth weekend in theaters. Fifth place goes to Toy Story 4 with an estimated $7.2 million. The fourth entry in the beloved toy franchise could end the summer as another Disney-released title to cross $1 billion — it now boasts a global total of $959 million. It also crossed the $400 million mark domestically this weekend, making it Pixar’s fourth film ever to do so.

Overall box office is down 6.3 percent to date, according to Comscore. Check out the August 2-4 numbers below.

1. Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw — $60.8 million
2. The Lion King— $38.2 million
3. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood— $20 million
4. Spider-Man: Far From Home— $7.8 million
5. Toy Story 4 — $7.2 million
6. Yesterday— $2.4 million
7. The Farewell— $2.4 million
8. Crawl— $2.2 million
9. Aladdin — $2 million
10. Annabelle Comes Home— $875,000


Loved it! It was amazing!! Can’t wait to see it again!!!

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood scores Tarantino’s biggest opening with $40 million

The Lion King is still reigning at the multiplex, but Quentin Tarantino is poised for a personal best.

The filmmaker’s 1969-set tale Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is on track to earn an estimated $40.4 million at 3,659 theaters in the U.S. and Canada from Friday through Sunday, claiming the No. 2 spot at the box office and notching the biggest opening of Tarantino’s career, not adjusted for inflation. His previous high was $38.1 million, for 2009’s Inglourious Basterds.

It’s a solid start for Hollywood, the rare adult-oriented, R-rated, non-franchise summer release. Sony Pictures is distributing the film, Tarantino’s first made without the involvement of now-disgraced mogul Harvey Weinstein. Heading into the weekend, the film was projected to earn between $30 million and $40 million; it cost about $90 million to make. Reviews have been strong, though audiences gave it a middling B CinemaScore.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood marks Tarantino’s 10th movie as a director (or ninth if you count both volumes of Kill Bill together, as he does). It stars Leonardo DiCaprio as fading TV star Rick Dalton and Brad Pitt as his stunt double and pal Cliff Booth, who navigate a changing town and also cross paths with rising actress Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie).

Meanwhile, Disney’s photorealistic Lion King remake will take in an estimated $75.5 million million in its second weekend, dominating the competition once again. That figure represents a 61 percent decline from its massive debut, and brings the film’s domestic total to about $350.8 million after 10 days in theaters. Internationally, it will add about $142.8 million this weekend, for a worldwide haul of $962.7 million.

Rounding out the top five are Sony and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Far From Home, with about $12.2 million; Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story 4, with about $9.9 million; and Paramount’s Crawl, with about $4.4 million.

Overall box office is down 6.6 percent year-to-date, according to Comscore. Check out the July 26-28 numbers below.

1. The Lion King — $75.5 million million
2. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood — $40.4 million
3. Spider-Man: Far From Home — $12.2 million
4. Toy Story 4 — $9.0 million
5. Crawl — $4 million
6. Yesterday — $3 million
7. Aladdin — $2.8 million
8. Stuber — $1.7 million
9. Annabelle Comes Home — $1.6 million
10. The Farewell — $1.6 million


It must be done.

MTV to remove Michael Jackson’s name from award: Report

MTV is reportedly set to rename the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award following the string of allegations made against the late pop star in the controversial Leaving Neverland documentary.

The HBO feature focused on disturbing sexual abuse claims by two men, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who alleged Jackson groomed them when they were children.

The King of Pop’s estate denied the allegations and subsequently filed a US$100 million lawsuit against the U.S. network.

According to the New York Post’s Page Six gossip column, MTV is considering cutting ties with the Smooth Criminal hitmaker’s name for its annual Video Music Awards, which are set to take place in August.

The outlet claimed there are “heated discussions” between network bosses over how to handle the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, with concerns over who would present it, and who would accept it with Jackson’s name still on the prize.

The late pop star received the Vanguard Award in 1988, and MTV renamed it in his honour in 1991.

Some of the music stars to be honoured with the prestigious gong include Rihanna, Beyonce, Kanye West, Britney Spears, U2 and Jennifer Lopez, who took home the trophy last year.


Come on, Eddie!! Do it, Eddie!!!!

Eddie Murphy, Netflix close to $70M deal for standup comeback: report

Eddie Murphy is gearing up to get raw again.

The reclusive comedy legend, 58, hasn’t been on the standup stage in years, but he’s reportedly in talks with Netflix for a series of comedy specials, sources close to Murphy tell TMZ.

The streaming giant’s big lure: a whopping $70 million paycheck.

TMZ admits they’ve been “unable to firmly confirm the exact figure” at this point, but that dollar amount is certainly in line with what headliners of the “Beverly Hills Cop” legend’s caliber can demand from the streaming giant.

Dave Chappelle raked in $20 million for each of his three award-winning specials, Chris Rock banked $40 million for his two-show package and Amy Schumer reportedly asked for — and received — more than $11 million for her last Netflix showcase.

Let us not forget that the former “Saturday Night Live” star — and Oscar nominee for “Dreamgirls” — actually helped pioneer this game. His popular — albeit ultra-raunchy and possibly homophobic — live specials “Eddie Murphy: Delirious” and “Eddie Murphy: Raw” paved the way for this format back when Chappelle and Rock were doing bit parts in B movies.

The prolific baby-maker has been teasing a return to the live stage for some time, and even stoked the flames of fandom during his recent surprise appearance on Jerry Seinfeld’s “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.”

“You know that you not doing stand-up drives people crazy — you know that, right?” Seinfeld, 65, asked “The Nutty Professor” star.

Murphy admitted that the “last time he saw” Don Rickles shortly before his death in 2017, the legendary insult comic pushed him to step up to the mic again.

“I’m gonna do it again. It’s just, you know, everything has to be right,” Murphy told Seinfeld. “The only way I can get, like, an act is I gotta go to the clubs and work out.”


Been waiting for this announcement for months!! AWESOME!!!

Marvel Phase 4 Plan Revealed, But Comic-Con’s Big Winner is Disney Plus

In a triumphant return to the San Diego Comic-Con main stage, leadership at Marvel Studios managed some splashy surprises and showed off risky creative bets for the next two years of content coming from the superhero operation.

But the biggest takeaway from the Saturday presentation inside Hall H was how important Marvel will make Disney Plus, the new digital streaming product and Netflix rival that the Walt Disney Company is launching in November.

While Variety previously reported that Marvel’s TV series would share the same worlds of the cinematic universe, it was made abundantly clear by Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige that a Disney Plus subscription will be essential for keeping current on the narratives fans will see in theaters.

When the sequel “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” hits in May 2021, Benedict Cumberbatch will be joined by his fellow Avenger Elizabeth Olsen, aka Scarlet Witch. But to understand the events that led her to the big screen, you’ll need to watch the Disney Plus original “Wandavision,” coming in the spring of 2020.

Likewise, a civilian unfamiliar with the MCU who wants to check out Tom Hiddleston in the Disney Plus original “Loki” will need to rewatch “Avengers: Endgame,” for a blink-and-miss moment that explains Loki’s return after his demise in “Infinity War.”

The mere visual of Disney Plus programs occupying equal space on a graphic timeline of upcoming Marvel movies — projected wide in Hall H — lent the service a kind of cachet that earlier looks at the platform failed to inspire.

Marvel has long rejoiced in making audiences students in their craft, hiding easter eggs in films and even training a generation of moviegoers to stay glued to their reclining seats through end credits for bonus scenes that tease the next adventure. Their Disney Plus efforts take that myth-building to the next level, and it’s a lucrative one as the service will cost $7 a month to start.

While this hulked-up new content pipeline is a brilliant corporate strategy, it should not suggest that Marvel’s shows will merely be bridge content for tentpole films. Feige said “Wandavision” was the most out-there piece of content the studio has ever made. It was also the title that revealed the least in Hall H, only showing an animated logo in a vintage-looking font that came accompanied by the sounds of radio frequencies.

“The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” will see Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan face off against “Captain America: Civil War” villain Daniel Bruhl, and Jeremy Renner’s “Hawkeye” looks to be making his standalone series a family affair (his bow-wielding children were referenced often in the final two films of the Infinity Saga).

All of those titles are anchored by legacy characters introduced in the 11 years that Marvel has risen to cultural dominance. The theatrical slate, on the other hand, is highly experimental. While sequels to “Black Panther,” “Captain Marvel” and “Guardians of the Galaxy” were all confirmed to be in development, the next eight films dated through 2022 have some compelling wildcards.

The most curious could arguably be “Eternals,” based on a trippy Jack Kirby comic series about 35,000-year-old alien beings. It’s entirely new intellectual property that takes Marvel back to the drawing board. They’re relying on one of their signature moves to establish that film, in hiring hot young talent and A-list names no film fan could refuse.

Kumail Nanjiani and Brian Tyree Henry got pop-star-level reception in the room when the cast was revealed, as did a fierce and maternal Salma Hayek. But it was when Feige introduced Angelina Jolie as the final member of the “Eternals” ensemble that the hall ignited. Fans stood on their feet, and Jolie seemed winded telling the crowd how excited she was to be there. Currently in production, the title is scheduled for a November 2020 release.

Equally interesting was director Scott Derrickson’s plan for Doctor Strange. Speaking with Feige on stage, he said he would only return to the franchise if they could explore the darker edges of the sorcerer’s comic narratives — to the point of labelling it the MCU’s first horror film. That’s for May 2021.

The most on-brand Marvel offering was also its most culturally significant, with “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.” Long brewing as the first ever superhero film to feature an Asian lead, this portion packed additional punch by introducing its just-cast star Simu Liu, and additional casting in Awkwafina and Tony Leung. The character Shang-Chi is known as the master of kung-fu, and will hit in February 2021.

Marvel did trot out some familiar faces: Scarlett Johansson is mid-shoot on “Black Widow,” a gritty prequel that some social media users likened to the Bourne series for its brutal, naturalistic violence. Chris Hemsworth will also return for a fourth go at “Thor,” in a sequel titled “Love and Thunder.” That reteams him with director Taika Waititi and costar Tessa Thompson. His founding love interest Natalie Portman returns, but this time as a female version of Thor.

In his parting words, Feige revealed that Oscar winner Mahershala Ali was joining the family to reboot “Blade,” about a human with vampire strength. He also alluded to getting to work on developing the Marvel properties he inherited when Disney acquired 20th Century Fox earlier this year, including the Fantastic Four and mutants of X-Men.


I’m sure I’ll see it someday. Just not today. Or tomorrow…

The Lion King rules the box office with $185 million opening weekend

The Lion King has conquered the box office in emphatic fashion.

Disney’s photorealistic remake of its beloved 1994 animated movie is on track to earn an estimated $185 million at 4,725 theaters in the U.S. and Canada from Friday through Sunday, dominating the competition and scoring the biggest domestic launch ever for a PG-rated film. It also marks the highest July opening ever.

Heading into the weekend, The Lion King was projected to open in the $150 million to $175 million range. Overseas, it will add about $269.4 million through Sunday. The film opened in China last week and has earned $98 million there, bringing its worldwide total to about $531 million.

Directed by Jon Favreau, The Lion King features a star-studded voice cast that includes Donald Glover, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Billy Eichner, Seth Rogen, and Alfre Woodard. Reviews have been mixed, but audiences gave the film an A CinemaScore.

The Lion King’s strong start comes on a banner weekend for Disney, as its Avengers: Endgame will also pass Avatar as the No. 1 film of all time at the global box office.

Overall box office is down 7.3 percent year-to-date, according to Comscore. Check out the July 19-21 numbers below.

1. The Lion King — $185 million
2. Spider-Man: Far From Home — $21 million
3. Toy Story 4 — $14.6 million
4. Crawl — $6 million
5. Yesterday — $5.1 million
6. Stuber — $4 million
7. Aladdin — $3.8 million
8. Annabelle Comes Home — $2.7 million
9. Midsommar — $1.6 million
10. The Secret Life of Pets 2 — $1.5 million


I liked FAR FROM HOME. It wasn’t great, but it was very good.

‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ swings to massive $185 million Fourth of July weekend

The box office’s spidey senses are tingling.

Sony’s Spider-Man: Far From Home catches a sizable box office crown in its web over its six-day Fourth of July release. Since its debut Tuesday night, the film has raked in an estimated $185 million across 4,634 theaters. Its total for the weekend is $93.6 million, a near record for the Fourth of July weekend coming in just behind 2011’s Transformers: Dark of the Moon weekend total of $97.9 million. However, it does mark the biggest six-day July Fourth opening of all time, beating another web-slinging title Spider-Man 2 for the title.

Second and third place go to two holdovers with Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story 4, which holds steady in second place with an estimated $34.3 million across 4,540 theaters. Toy Story 4 now boasts a global total of $650 million to date. Musical Beatles fantasy Yesterday takes third place with an estimated $10.8 million across 2,614 theaters. It’s a solid hold for Yesterday in its second week, declining by only a minimal 37 percent from its opening weekend.

Spider-Man: Far From Home is a triumph at both the global and domestic box office, marking the best six-day opening for a Sony film in history. The film is a follow up to 2017’s Spider-Man: Homecoming and features Tom Holland returning as the earnest Peter Parker, aka your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, as well as Zendaya reprising her role as love interest MJ. The film picks up after the events of this spring’s Avengers: Endgame as Peter Parker attempts to adjust to life post-snap without Iron Man and several other trusted Avengers. It is the final entry in Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film also features Jon Favreau, Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Keaton, Marisa Tomei, Jake Gyllenhaal, Martin Starr, Michael Mando, and Cobie Smulders. Jon Watts returns to direct this follow-up to his 2017 spidey film.

The partnership between Sony and Disney-owned Marvel marked a major boost for a listless summer box office, coming in ahead of expectations. It also easily swings past 2017’s Spider-Man: Homecoming three-day opening of $117 million. Combining its international debut of $395 million with its domestic earnings, the latest Spider-Man film boasts a global total of $580 million. With the added bonus of a six-day opening scheme, the film marks the highest debut for any Spider-Man film ever made. Its likely to keep netting high totals over the coming weeks given extremely positive reviews and a sterling A CinemaScore.

This long holiday weekend’s other new release also exceeded expectations. A24’s Midsommar, another title from lauded Hereditary director Ari Aster, takes sixth place with an estimated $6.7 million across 2,707 theaters for the weekend and a total of $10.9 million in ticket sales since its Wednesday debut. Counting the full five days, A24 say this marks the best debut for an indie film in 2019.

The horror flick follows a group of vacationers whose Swedish holiday takes a sinister turn when villagers invite them to join in traditional solstice festivities that grow increasingly disturbing and bizarre. Will Poulter, Jack Reynor, Florence Pugh, Ellora Torchia, William Jackson Harper, Vilhelm Blomgranand Archie Madekwe star from a script by Aster. Despite positive reviews, the film is not resonating with audiences, earning a dismal C+ CinemaScore.

Rounding out the top five are two holdovers — horror sequel Annabelle Comes Home and Disney’s live action update of Aladdin. In its second week in theaters, Annabelle Comes Home takes fourth place with an estimated $9.8 million in ticket sale. After seven weeks in the box office, Disney’s Aladdin continues to be a monster success for the studio, taking fifth place with an estimated $7.6 million across 2,758 theaters. Its worldwide total is gradually approaching the billion dollar mark, now boasting a global haul of $921.7 million.

Overall box office is down 8.4 percent to date, according to Comscore, an improvement by an entire percentage point from last weekend thanks to the high Spider-Man returns. Check out the July 5-7 numbers below.

1. Spider-Man: Far From Home — $93.6 million
2. Toy Story 4 — $34.3 million
3. Yesterday — $10.8 million
4. Annabelle Comes Home— $9.8 million
5. Aladdin — $7.6 million
6. Midsommar — $6.7 million
7. The Secret Life of Pets 2— $4.8 million
8. Men In Black International— $3.6 million
9. Avengers: Endgame — $3.1 million
10. Rocketman— $2.8 million