Hart/Cranston Film Has Plenty Of `Upside' At Box Office

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - The Kevin Hart/Bryan Cranston dramatic comedy “The Upside” knocked “Aquaman” off its perch atop the North American box office this weekend, debuting in first place with an estimated $19.5 million Friday through Sunday at theaters in the United States and Canada.

“Aquaman,” which had been the top-grossing movie for three straight weeks, was second with $17.2 million, according to industry figures released today.

“A Dog's Way Home” debuted in third place with an estimated $11.3 million.

“Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse” was fourth with $9 million, and the thriller “Escape Room” was fifth with $8.9 million.

Rounding out the top 10 releases, as estimated by the studios and reported by Comscore, were “Mary Poppins Returns” ($7.2 million), “Bumblebee” ($6.7 million), “On The Basis Of Sex” ($6.2 million), “The Mule” ($5.5 million) and “Vice” ($3.2 million).

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